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Grandmother’s diet in pregnancy can affect grandchildren’s blood sugr

...ad shown that diet taken during pregnancy not only decides the health// of the fetus, it may affect the health of children of children as well. In a study to understand fetal development and mother’s diet, scientists of Mexico had found out about long-term influence on the genetic code of the fetus that may...

Birth month can affect your fertility

...eir study shows that prenatal environment not only decides the health of the child but also exerts considerable influence on the reproductive abilities of the child as well. Reference: European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE), news release, May 2005...

Genes responsible for social behavior of us

...ave been able to establish the neural pathway that decides the social behavior in people. Researchers results came as they were trying to define the neural circuit for people suffering from the genetic abnormality called the Williams Syndrome. Scientists have for sometime have suspected that abnormal proces...

Cipla In India Can Manufacture Drug For Bird Flu

... Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance (IPA) said: "If it decides to import the drug from Roche, it has to place the order as there is a limited supply. If it decides to allow generic makers here to make it, it has to issue a Compulsory license (CL).'' It must be not...

Choosing the Horoscope of Your Baby

...y members do is to consult a famous astrologer. He decides on the most propitious date and time for the delivery of the baby. The family members then discuss the dates with the doctors and prefer a caesarean. The gynaecologists see to it that the health of the baby and the mother are not compromised and th...

Hh Signaling May Play Role In Fat Formation

...ave on fat storage. The Hh pathway in mammals also decides as to whether adult stem cells are meant for the bone or fat. The Hh pathway drugs may also be useful for treating conditions like diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis, and lipodystrophy, according to the research. Common traits which are connected wit...

Ethics -Beacon for Medical Research

... dilemmas, especially if the company they work for decides not to publish negative research findings”. The Faculty's paper is a ready reckoner for regular advice, to doctors working in pharmaceutical research, and is tailored around the organization’s currently drafted ethical principles, with a pre-conditi...

Gamble for money, but casino workers gamble with their health!

...ctor gets its house in order before the government decides where Britain's first super-sized casino is to be based." As a respite measure GMB wants casino operators to introduce a zero-tolerance policy for all customers who are abusive or threatening to staff. It also wants 12-hour shifts scrapped, and reg...

Merciless Lathi Charge of our Meritorious Medicos

...eak in today’s context. Economical status is what decides the class in today’s society and it is not CASTE - in this or any other country in the world today. We hope the politicians are listening....

Cigarettes Need To Warn About Eye Damage

... to quit smoking. Though the European Commission decides the warnings on the packets of cigarettes, people should be made known the effect of cigarettes on eye, said a spokesman for the Department of Health. ...

The Lachlan Shire Council To Fund GP For Condobolin Health Service

The Lachlan Shire Council decides to pay for the services of another doctor at the Condobolin Aboriginal Health Service. // The council have decided to give the Condobolin Aboriginal Health Service $150,000 so as to pay a doctor to work as a general practitioner and be a second vis...

Complication Associated With Heart Defibrillators

... the New York Times also states that if the agency decides not publish the data about the doctors then it is equivalent to preventing patient access to information that shows how complication rates differ among doctors and hospitals....

Maimed Conscience and Maimed Beggars (Medical Ethics in India) – Part

... the State Medical Council - the apex bodies that decides the fate of doctors who are indulging in such forms of corrupt practices and bringing down the bastions of medical ethics in India; seldom react fast enough and the number of cases of doctors whose license is quashed are but few. It is one thing fo...

Doc at a Distance

...y. On the battlefield, medical response time often decides who lives and who dies. A recent study of combat casualties found that in nearly two-thirds of fatal battlefield injuries, death comes within 30 minutes. There's precious little time to perform even simple life-saving procedures, such as controlling ...

An Irresponsible Cancer Diagnosis Resulted In Death

...is 60s and he could lose his practice if the panel decides against him. Mr Philip was Clinical director of the Pennine Breast Screening Service, between 1988 and 2003, which is a part of Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHSTrust.He had also worked for the private Breast Screening Advisory Centre in clinics in S...

British Couple Goes in for a ‘made to Order’ Bay

...the pictures of their donors as a child and adults decides accordingly. The complete history of the donors is well scrutinized like their medical history, education, family background etc. When all these conditions are met with, embryos are frozen. The couple can arrive at the clinic at their convenient time...

Reactions to 'false-positive' Prostate Cancer Screenings Assessed

...a PSA test with their doctors. However, once a man decides to go ahead and get a PSA test, if its results are abnormal, he typically should have ongoing follow-up and surveillance for prostate cancer," Katz said. Katz said that a strength of the UI study was that it did not rely on volunteers. "Volunteers ...

FDA Approves First Generic Versions of Ambien for Insomnia

...he FDA’s Office of Generic Drugs (OGD) reviews and decides on approval of generic drug applications. Source: Generef.com SM...

Bid to Save Medical Colleges from De-recognition

...liation of new colleges and doctors' registration, decides on continuing with the recognition after inspecting the medical colleges and associated hospitals throughout the country in every five years. The council had carried out an inspection of the medical colleges in the state last year and found them un...

US Halts Import of Chinese Toothpaste

...e toothpaste till the Food and Drug Administration decides whether the product contains diethylene glycol, a toxic chemical commonly used in antifreeze and brake fluid. The imports will be released only if they test negative for the chemical. The FDA began the tests following reports that tainted Chinese...

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