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Hobbies prevent dementia

...sease, according to a new study.High education and career attainment has already been associated with reduced risk of Alzheimer's disease. Now it seems that leisure activities, too, protect against cognitive decline as we age.//Researchers at Cleavland University, have been studying 1,000 people aged 60 or ...

Link between athleticism and neurological disease

...'s disease, after the famous baseball player whose career was cut short by it. Oddly, researchers have now discovered a link between being athletic and developing ALS, as well as motor neurone disease, which is a related condition. The team, at the Neurological Institute, New York, studied 200 patients wi...

Nurses competing with junior doctors in some assessments

...d of work, because it's a vital part of a doctor's career development. But it's useful to know that a nurse can perform as well as a doctor in this role....

Spanking can Cause Adverse Effects Later In Life

...ficant behavior problems early in a child’s school career is a risk factor for school failure, the need for special educational services, mental health problems, and other adverse outcomes....

Delaying pregnancy may lessen life expectancy of the child

...omen deciding to put off pregnancy for the sake of career have been resulting in delayed pregnancy for women across the globe. Delaying in getting pregnant leads to adverse effects on the offspring, like abnormal number of chromosomes, and other conditions. This is for the first time delayed pregnancy is be...

Late pregnancy may be at risk from poor health and mental state

...ing more and more common as women are opting for a career growth path// when they are in their twenties and pushing motherhood to mid thirties, late thirties or even to forties. Late pregnancy brings with it it’s own source of woes and risks to the mother and child. A Danish study says added to the existe...

Plastic Dilators for normal sex after cancer treatment

...millan Nurse specialist who has worked most of her career for cancer patients, the new Femmax dilator may help about 234 000 women who are suffering from gynecological cancers. These devices can be used in different graduating sizes even for months after surgery to prevent scarring. These Femmax dilators ar...

Women can now gauge their own future fertility

...ed that the UK faces an "infertility time bomb" as career women leave it too late to conceive. The test is being developed for sale by Biofusion - a Sheffield firm specializing in commercializing medical developments, in collaboration with the Sheffield university - but it is not yet known how much the tes...

Doctors attacked for complacency against pandemic threat

... the killer strain will be the biggest test of his career and the worst epidemic to face the NHS. "We can’t be alarmist, but we have to take it seriously and we have to prepare," he said. In addition to awarding a contract for 14.5m doses of the anti-viral drug Tamiflu, so far the only one available, Donal...

Highly Educated More Prone To Parkinsons Disease

...rs,// meaning that an individual's educational and career paths impact Parkinson's disease risk later in life. The researchers said that probably early Parkinson's triggered a desire to spend a lot of time studying, rather than long periods of education increasing susceptibility to the condition. Their s...

Wockhardt Group Plans Hospital In Delhi By End-2007

...ors settled abroad to look back home for promising career moves, said Bali. "There is an increasing interest among internationally known clinicians to come back to work in India. More than a dozen have come back to work full time for us," said Bali, denying they are getting any extra allowances for relocat...

Amitabh Bachchan - India’s Superstar Undergoes Surgery

...s married to Bengali Jaya Bachchan who started her career in the Bengali film industry in the 1960s. The fans' association in Kolkata has grand plans to construct a temple for Amitabh Bachchan....

Visually impaired prefer specially enhanced TV

...er and optometrist by training; he has devoted his career to creating and evaluating new technologies to help low-vision patients regain their ability to do these tasks. He sees hundreds of patients suffering from vision impairments caused by diseases such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabet...

Lead levels in disturbed soil post-Katrina unsafe

...ences and provides educational, science policy and career programs in chemistry....

Apollo And Stanford Team To Train Emergency Medical Technicians

...ully completing this programme will have excellent career opportunities," he added. --Edited IANS...

The Unpredictable Face Of Science

...ientists are either promoting an industry or their career by finding and proposing new theories. ...

Embryo Freezing

...dependent and are achieving great heights in their career which has led to late marriages and late child births which has led to fear in women about their fertility and motherhood to overcome this obstacles this new techniques would help in storing the embryo of women and can be used at the time when requir...

'Silent Shortage' Of Psychiatrists growing in the U.S.

...uld not choose medicine if they could decide their career paths// all over again. The web-based survey was conducted in 2005 by physician recruiting firm LocumTenens.com. Compared to locum tenens industry studies asking the same question of physicians across a range of specialties, LocumTenens.com's 2005 ...

Debra Winger Wants Indians Abroad To Help Visually Impaired

... India she went to Kenya. Debra started her acting career at the age of 17 but it was the John Travolta- starrer 'Urban Cowboy' that made her a star. EditedIANS...

NHS financial crisis may lead to roll back of flexi-work scheme and private acquisition

... up of women doctors who wanted to have a flexible career after child birth and through this scheme more than 2500 doctors are working since 2001. ...

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