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Gene researchers make Malaria-resistant mosquito

...h is a "first step in the right direction" towards combating malaria in humans, study author Dr. Marcelo Jacobs...re expensive drugs. As an alternative approach to combating malaria spread, Jacobs-Lorena and his colleagues attempted to genetically modify mosquitoes by intro...

Antibiotics help combat dangerous tropical disease

...past there was no effective and reliable method of combating them." The effectiveness of the antibiotic might be even greater than what was measured: "we cannot exclude the possibility that several patients became re-infected in the months following treatment with doxycyclin. It is therefore quite possible tha...

Listeria Food Poisoning Can Be Dangerous In Pregnant Women And Elderly

...nitized premises should be the first basic step in combating the spread of L. monocytogenes in food products. Regular laboratory testing of food samples and the factory environment should also form a key element of the strategy adopted by the food industry. Meanwhile consumers are encouraged to play their part...

The anxiety gene

...i-depressant medications have proved successful in combating the problem....

Water Borne Diseases causing More Havoc in Mumbai

...earch Laboratories were to join the authorities in combating the outbreak of diseases in flood-affected areas. Water borne diseases is the general term used to denote diseases associated with poor water supply or quality. In developing world countries four-fifths of all illness is caused by water-borne diseas...

MRI, To Detect Remodeling Of Heart and Help Preserve Function

...ge of their development using MRI as a key tool in combating cardiovascular disease....

Red haired withstand to pain more than blond headed

...athways that can be used to develop better ways of combating pain. “People would be interested in the possibility of developing new anesthetics or co-anesthetics, Jackson said. He said,” “Treatment for chronic pain is difficult, for example pain from cancer. It’s difficult to regulate and people are looking fo...

New Strategies For Effective Treatment Of Malaria

...ived from Chinese herb and Combination therapy for combating development of drug resistance in the parasite. //...ed in the treatment of AIDS and TB is required for combating malaria. By combining drugs smartly, it becomes very difficult for the parasite to develop resistanc...

Health and Human Services stockpiles 20 million bird flu Vaccines

...aken now will not have any effect on prevention or combating bird flu. He said the governments decision to have 20 million vaccines is very much low and will not have any significant difference as about 100 million treatment courses of vaccine is required to immunize 40 million people so ideally a stockpile of...

Old is gold– proved yet another tim

...ine, an antimalarial drug was highly successful in combating the disease when launched in the 1950s.// It soon became useless because of resistance being developed by the malarial parasite. Scientists have found a way to breathe new life into the drug. It has been found that combining the drug with another pr...

Chloroquine and Primaquine combination Malarial drug for resistant parasites.

...of Australia have found a new combination drug for combating Plasmodium falciparum, the parasite responsible for causing malaria. They used a combination of Chloroquine and Primaquine for treatment // helps in killing P. falciparum which is resistant to Chloroquine drug. Chloroquine is a largely used drug in ...

Mushroom found to contain powerful antibiotic

...to be as effective as penicillin and vancomycin in combating experimental peritonitis and pneumonia in mice. The peptide is one of a class of molecules called defensins, which have previously been found in plants and animals. Plectasin was tested against a range of bacteria, including streptococcus, enteroco...

Drug companies in India keen on developing bird flu drug

...rug maker Roche’s patented drug Tamiflu, useful in combating the global threat against the most dreaded avian flu virus. Section 92 empowers the government to issue CL without receipt of an application from the industry. Furthermore, the issue of such license is independent of third party consent. The follow...

A New Initiative To Fight Childhood Obesity

...ople to take an active part in building a movement combating obesity and promoting healthy lifestyles. Medindia on Obesity: Obesity may be defined as a condition in which there is an excessive amount of body fat. This is one of the most common diseases found all over the world....

Bird flu vaccine from wild bird flu strain

... flu incidence in wild and migratory birds. This combating team is supported from Food and Agriculture Organization, WCS, Mongolian National Academy of Sciences, Mongolian Institute of Veterinary Medicine, State Central Veterinary Laboratory, Ministry of Food and Agriculture Veterinary Department, and Mongol...

Genetic Profile To Predict Ovarian Cancer Prognosis

...irst grade chemotherapy usually shows an effect in combating the cancer. But, "due to the lingering presence of chemotherapy-resistant cancer cells, most patients will unfortunately experience a relapse. The goal of our current research is to help determine which patients will relapse and which will not, and t...

HIV kids helped by zinc -study

...lication, zinc is more useful to the children’s in combating HIV infection as it boosts the human immune system and also provides mineral supplements to the infected children’s thereby reducing the diarrhea related deaths in infected children’s...

Olive Oil Found To Preserve Cardiovascular Health by Improving Function

...t (dilatation of blood vessels) and in effectively combating oxidative stress due to imbalance in the production and scavenging of free radicals. As expected, no improvement could be seen after the low-phenol oil meal. The study is the first of its kind to have established a definitive, direct link between o...

Novel Treatment Found To Prolong Survival Of Liver Cancer Patients

...esearchers who have now suggested a novel plan for combating these tumors using radiotherapy. The radiotherapy is targeted precisely at the tumor and is delivered in combination with chemotherapy approximated to a dose of 400 folds the conventional dose. The radiation oncologists designed a treatment that dire...

WHO Calls For Greater Emphasis On Combating AIDS

...to review the progress made by them with regard to combating AIDS.// This is required to wage a more effective campaign against HIV/AIDS. Shigeru Omi, Director of the WHO's Western Pacific Region office in Manila, said the theme for this year's World AIDS Day Thursday, "Stop AIDS, Keep the promise" was a call...

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