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Interview With a Surgeon Hidden Hero of the NHS

...that India could emulate? The ability to deliver dependable adult and paediatric resuscitation standards uniformly and widely is essential to an emergency service. Acquiring training and maintaining certification should be made imperative for all doctors. This does not mean all doctors will do the same cou...

Tooth-Whitening Products Work for Brightening Smiles in Short Term

...Michigan and lead author of the review. "They were dependable in terms of effects and safety." But Hasson and colleagues don't consider the studies in favor of the products to be rock-solid, and they couldn't find evidence supporting anything other than short-term use. Tooth-whitening products started to be...

Amgen introduces Autoinjector For Treating Anemia

... minimize potential needlestick injuries, offering dependable benefits for nurses, oncologists and nephrologists who administer Aranesp in clinics and hospitals." The Aranesp prefilled SureClick autoinjector has three important and unique safety features, including a safety cover that limits needle exposure be...

Novel test for diagnosis of breast cancer

...e, the mammogram screening is the most popular and dependable test. But it is painful, fairly expensive and the results may take up to a week’s time. The Swiss research published in Breast Cancer Research confirms its worth. The most popular and reliable breast cancer test remains the mammogram screening. But...

Living In The Past Indicates Dissatisfaction With Present

...on their inner life. "They can rely on that. It is dependable and no one can take it away," explains Tenter. Society also often contributes to the problem. "Elderly people are often marginalized because they cannot participate in life as actively as young people," observes George Adler, director of the Cen...

Moderate Drinking Does Not Guard Against Heart Disease

...s that the results of the other studies may not be dependable as it represents biased research. The results of such biased studies show that abstainers have a higher death rate compared to those who indulge in moderate drinking. This beneficial effect might however be due to the poor health status of the abst...

Reminiscing Into The Past Makes You Dissatisfied With The Present

...on their inner life. "They can rely on that. It is dependable and no one can take it away," explains Tenter. Society also often contributes to the problem. "Elderly people are often marginalised because they cannot participate in life as actively as young people," observes Georg Adler, director of the Cent...

Dietary cure for fighting Helicobacter pylori

...i is powerful against the bacterium that is likely dependable for many cases of stomach cancer.// It's now well established that this microbe is responsible for ulcers and even stomach cancer. Clearing it with antibiotics is an important form of treatment in gastrointestinal problems. Now researchers at Hopk...

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