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Acupuncture May Help Chemotherapy Side Effects

...rector of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at the center for integrative Medicine at the Thomas Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia says, ‘Acupuncture is no longer considered eccentric or out of the mainstream.’ Looks like the west is sitting up and taking notice of Oriental Medicine in a Big Way!!...

Clinton's new problem - Is the outgoing American president suffering from skin cancer?

...f and his country further damage. He has been the center of many burning controversies throughout his term and his mid east peace efforts have always come unstuck and has embarrassed his loud secretary of state Madeline Albright more than once. But the beleaguered president was also one of the most charism...

And now live birth on the internet.com?

...me time! Sounds cool? Singapore’s Thomson medical center website gives parents passwords that can be entered and - lo and behold!!! Live audio video feed of their wards pop out of the computer! Though this isn’t the first time in the world that this is happening, the hospital has set the trend in using l...

Drug saves heroin addicts

...es, according to doctors at the National Addiction center at London. Naloxone, is routinely given by doctors, during emergency resuscitation following narcotic overdose. After giving 124 drug users in Berlin, Germany, training in emergency resuscitation with the aid of the injectable drug naloxone, the re...

Hundred million dollar gift for malaria institute

...aria institute. This would be the world’s foremost center for malaria research in the world. Public health experts say the Johns Hopkins Malaria Institute will put the university at the forefront of efforts to find an effective vaccine and new treatments for the mosquito-borne disease, one of the leading k...

Alcohol shrinks brain

...to the shrinkage of the frontal lobe, which is the center for emotions, planning and other higher forms behaviour. This is particularly noted in the elderly.The investigators measured the frontal lobe volume in about 1400 individuals using MRI scan and found that the frontal lobe had shrunk in less than 8% ...

Roller coaster takes brain for a big ride!!

...od clots on the brain's surface. The Neurological center reported a case of 25 year old healthy male who developed blood clots on the brains surface, known as subdural haematomas, after riding several roller coasters. The symptoms of blood clot includes difficulty in walking, vomiting, changes in mental a...

Mushroom and muscle loss

... of them died, wrote Dr. Regis Bedry of the poison center of University Hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux, France.Bedry said he confirmed the mushroom's toxicity by feeding extracts to mice and measuring creatine kinase, an enzyme produced during muscle breakdown, in the blood.// The study "raises as many qu...

Get, set, go...

... with the stretchers. The National osteoporosis center emphasized that many children need to be more physically active and one of the ways of tackling the huge problem of osteoporosis is to encourage youngsters to increase peak bone mass by taking enough of the right type of exercise with a well-balanced...

New therapy for bone cancer

According to doctors at the research center the radioactive drug samarium destroys bone tumours. Osteosarcoma is an unusual tumour of the bone which is usually treated by surgery or chemotherapy. However, one case in ten proves resistant to these therapies.// A new radioactive drug, samarium...

Mutation connected to Osteoporosis

...r. Michael Levyn, director of the bone and mineral center at Hopkins University, the new finding will help b...dical School and the kidney and mineral metabolism center at Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago, agreed the new research might pave the way for development...

Ulcer Surgery connected to danger of Pancreatic Cancer

...cers who underwent surgery at the academic medical center of the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands had an almost twofold higher risk of developing pancreatic cancer up to 40 years after the procedure than those in the general Dutch population. Furthermore, that risk appears to increase with time ...

Breakthrough in eye treatment

...dure is done in the edge of the window, not in the center of the part that you look through for quality vision. So right away it’s a safety issue that you are not touching the part that you are most using,” Asbell said. br>...

Warning on radiowave exposure

Experts at the electromagnetic radiation research center feel, that we need to learn more about the health risks of low level radiowaves. Radiowaves and microwaves play an increasing role in everyday life - what with cellphones,// wireless computers and personal digital assistants, pagers, and text messen...

Gene treatment for macular degeneration

...y as effective when the virus is injected into the center cavity. With this treatment, researchers hope to be able to correct the deficient genes that lead to excess blood vessel growth - the main factor in wet macular degeneration. While the treatment is still experimental and is not being done in humans...

Psychiatric disorders among juveniles

...ey were admitted to a temporary juvenile detention center in Cook County, Ill. Researchers interviewed the juvenile teens in order to track the prevalence of psychiatric disorders among the teens. Researchers found almost half of the teens abused drugs or suffered from drug addiction, and over 45 percent ha...

Artificial discs available as replacements for damaged discs

...bones of the spine. The nucleus, sandwiched in the center of the disc, contains fluid that serves as a cushion. Layered collagen fibers of the adjacent annulus provide strength. When the components work together, they give the back both stability and flexibility. But when a disc is damaged, the cushion can ...

Mental growth in babies at risk

...rease in noise pollution in societies, the hearing center of a baby's sensitive developing brain could be damaged. In an experiment conducted on young rats, the hearing center, or auditory cortex, in a growing rat's brain undergoes swift and radical reorganisation// when subjected to continuous noise. Moreo...

SARS necessitates medical masks

...nces around the world for example the world trade center tragedy and during the anthrax danger this mask was used. SARS or severe acute respiratory syndrome, the new viral disease N95 is the safest mask to use to protect against infection.. Hoarding of masks due to fear of shortage during this SARS c...

Parkinson’s Drug Linked to Gamblin

...at the data of 1,884 patients who were seen at the center during one year. They found nine patients had gambling problems. All nine were taking levodopa and a dopamine agonist. In the brain levodopa is transformed into dopamine. The other study drug activates the dopamine receptor in the brain. None of the...

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