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Doubts Cast On Benefits Of Vitamin E

Studies on vitamin E seemed to suggest that supplementing the diet with vitamin E helps in preventing cancer and heart problems. //Recently, a study published In Journal Of American Medical association, says the reality of taking vitamin E supplements may be something very different. ..The researchers had studied patients with cardiovascular diseases through Heart Outcomes Prevention Evaluation...

U.N. Official Doubts India On AIDS Data

The number of new H.I.V. cases in India is probably much higher than official data shows, the director of the United Nations AIDS program says.// ..India, which has 5.1 million people with AIDS or H.I.V., the virus that causes AIDS on record, announced earlier in 2005 that new infections had sharply fallen to 28,000 in 2004, down from 520,000 in 2003. ..International aid groups have expressed sk...

Dummy Usage Raises Doubts.

A research conducted by an Australian reported that dummy usage should be evaded by the parents except when there is a cot death risk.// .. But Garth Kendall, Developmental epidemiologist of Perth's Telethon Institute for Child Health Research stated that dummy usage resulted in reduced breast feeding. ..It is also found that there is an association between dummy usage and reduced risk of Sudden...

Doubts Over China's HIV/AIDS Estimates

A report released by China's Ministry of Health, the World Health Organization and UNAIDS on the number of HIV/AIDS cases prevailing in the country, //is raising doubts over the numbers that are being currently quoted, the New York Times reports. ..A report released in 2003 had put the number of cases at 840,000, but new figures released on Wednesday reveal that the number has slipped to 650,00...

Employees Sacked To Tackle Huge Debts Faced By the Hospital

Recently NHS has been sacking their employees to tackle the hospital debts. Health secretary Patricia Hewitt has met workers and trade unions during// a visit to a hospital that is facing 1,000 job losses. She was primarily at the University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust where the job cuts have been announced. She spoke about ways to tackle the issue, future of the hospital and later...

Executed Prisoner Organs For Sale In China: BTS Concerned

Transplant experts in Britain have accused China of removing organs from executed prisoners and selling them without prior consent of the prisoners and their families//. ....There is increasing evidence, which highlights that organs from executed prisoners are being removed for human transplantation purposes in an illegal way, according to reports of the British Transplantation Society (BTS). Th...

Doubts About In UteroTransmission Of Senile Amyloidosis

Following demonstration of transmission of senile amyloidosis to offspring from affected mice, concerns about spread of the disease from mother to child// have been raised. Details about the scientific study 'Transmission of amyloidosis in offspring of mice with AApoAII amyloidosis,' by Korenaga et al., can be cited in the March issue of the American Journal of Pathology. ....Dementia can result...

Freshness Dating? Researchers Express Doubts

A new method to inform people of the expiry of perishable food items is to depict freshness dating. However experts feel this move is risky. // ....Freshness dating could backfire in big way, according to a forthcoming article in this month's Journal of Food Science. Joint research by Cornell University and the U.S. Army Research Labs in Natick, MA have shown that as a food approaches its fresh...

NHS Debts Forces Hewitt to Consider Resignation

Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt told Members of Parliament tuesday that she would resign if the national health //scheme (NHS) does not break even financially by March 2007. ..Her comment was made during cross-examination by members of the Commons health select committee who were apprehensive about the NHS's half-year accounts. These showed that more than thirty percent of NHS trusts are forec...
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