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Changes in cabin pressure pose risks for moms-to-be

One of the more intriguing observations about pregnancy is that births are sometimes reported to increase right about nine months after major weather events, such as hurricanes or snowstorms. While some have speculated that the sudden changes in barometric pressure that precede a storm could boost conception rates, no research has proved any such link. ....Air pressure changes during air travel,...

Poor Quality of Cabin Air in the Plane Can Cause DVT, After A Long Flight

Airlines are in a tight spot after it was suggested that , one of the major causes of DVT after long flights, could be poor cabin air quality//.DVT is not caused by mere sitting in cramped conditions on long flights according to researchers, who suggest that cabin air quality may also play a key role. A study in today's issue of the Lancet journal seems to throw up plausible risk factors risk fa...

Formation Of Blood Clots on Long Flights May Not Be Due To Cabin Environment

The oft exclaimed ailment called economy class syndrome, that is associated with the formation of blood clots during long flights, may not be due to cabin environment, //as it is thought to be, reveals a new study. ..The finding supports the assessment that clots could form in healthy people, while sitting in cramped places, that cause a reduction in blood flow, especially in the legs, which lead...

Business model for Liver Institute cleared by Delhi Cabinet

Delhi Cabinet today cleared the business model for the state-of-the-art Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS) being set up in the capital. // ....The model approved by the Cabinet at its meeting chaired by Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit would enable the institute to be self-sufficient in nine years' time, an official spokesman said... ..The capital cost and the finances for procuring med...

Cabinet Clears Purchase Preference Policy for Pharma PSUs

The Government today said the central departments, public sector undertakings and autonomous bodies will give first preference to central pharma PSUs like IDPL// and their subsidiaries for purchasing 102 medicines for a period of five years. ....As per a decision of the Cabinet, which met here today, the first preference will also be given to these pharma PSUs and their subsidiaries by state gov...

Take Precautions Before You Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet

Your spring cleaning is done. Or is it? Did you clean out your medicine cabinet? Before you flush old or unused medication, precautions need to be taken . ......There is increasing evidence of small amounts of contamination in water because not all the medications get removed by sewage treatment systems, revealed Dr. Steven Sheaffer, Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at University of the...

Cabinet Approves Bill to Regulate Clinics, Hospitals

The government will soon bring a bill to establish a national authority that will work towards improving standards of healthcare provided by hospitals, private clinics and nursing homes. ......A cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Thursday approved the Clinical Establishments (Registration and Regulation) Bill, 2007, said Information and Broadcasting Minister Priya Ranjan D...
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