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More Accurate "PROSTATE CANCER" Test can save Unnecessary Biopsies

...in men with cancer than in those without. The test catches 95 percent of cancers while sparing men without the disease painful, expensive biopsies"....

Metapneumovirus - a common cause of adults' colds, kids' illness

...r in Rotterdam. They calculated that every child catches the virus by age 5.As with many respiratory viruses, such as the rhinoviruses and coronaviruses that cause many colds, the body does not remember the metapneumovirus clearly and so contracts it over and over, even though repeat bouts seem to be milde...

Do Not Neglect Your Abdominal Pain/ Swelling - Help Your Doctor In Early Cancer Detection

...etect all cases of ovarian cancer. The CA-125 test catches about half of early, Stage I ovarian cancers and is inadequate when used alone to diagnose early ovarian cancer. For patients with later, Stage II, III or IV disease, the test is 80 percent accurate in detecting cancer. Another 20 percent of ovaria...

A warning for children consuming hamburgers: Asthma

The drive against fast foods catches on with yet another research study which says that eating junk food may raise the risk of asthma and wheezing problems in children. // Researchers found that kids who ate hamburgers more than once a week were twice more likely to have asthma attack...

Sleeping pills reversly push to vegitative state

...uestions, patient B with the same changes and even catches a basketball whereas patient C after constant screaming was able to watch TV and give responses. Dr Clauss, a co-worker said drugs like Zolpidem activate receptors in nerve cells in the brain for GABA. This drug reshapes the damaged receptors and t...

Age difference: Gaping 'age' divide between the rich and the poor

...he affluent, as new research seems to show that it catches up with the poor sooner than the rich.// The social class affects the ageing process, researchers found. According to their study, the caps on chromosomes, termed as telomeres, are much shorter in the poor, therefore they show signs of ageing fas...

Demand for More Widespread Use of HPV Vaccine

...en annually worldwide. Widespread Pap testing that catches the disease in its earliest stages has helped to lower fatalities in the U.S. Monk said, "Vaccine prevention strategies work when they are applied in a gender-neutral fashion. For example, polio, measles, tetanus, pertussis, diphtheria, rubella, mu...

Max Healthcare Launches Outpatient Health Plans

... Singh. The expectations are that once the idea catches on annually at least 15,000-20,000 more people would avail of the outpatient facility, which is the first such package to be offered by a hospital chain in the capital. With family packages varying from cover for two, four or six members, the facil...

Feedback Loop Governing Ovarian Development Unraveled

...steps up production. "Within three days, the ovary catches up; it then has enough germ cells," says Dr. Gilboa. "I had not a shred of a clue how this is accomplished, so I set out to understand how the ovary does this." There were no experimental tools to let her study the entire process. She needed to be...

Lower the wages, the faster one ages, UK study shows

... thousand natural shocks, in general, implying age catches up with us all. But the UK researchers point to a striking discrimination in the scheme of things - a lifetime on a low wage physically ages a person eight years earlier than high earners. The health gap between the lowest and highest paid occupa...

Now You can Marry in a Mughal Ambience, If You Wish to

...t will help us with business. I hope that the idea catches on," said shopkeeper Rattan Lal. The gardens were built by Nawab Fidai Khan, a foster brother of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. Being an architect, Fidai Khan designed this garden himself. However, records state that he himself did not live at these b...

Water Hyacinth is Used for Health Improvements in Africa

... around Lake Victoria and resulted in reduced fish catches and biodiversity. It interfered with water transport and blocked hydroelectric power turbines, resulting in a severe drop in the supply of electricity. Human health was also threatened because the large weed mats created breeding habitat for the ve...

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