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Experts Need to Include Children in Research

... not to do the research and find out. You might be depriving a child of something that could do immense good, explained Professor Warner. The new 650,000 pound unit includes two outpatient consulting rooms and two ensuite inpatient rooms, with enough space for a child and their parent to sleep in and with a m...

Ayurvedic Doctor Sentenced to Five Years in Jail for Causing Death of Woman

...e caused the young lady to die an unnatural death, depriving the members of her family of her company....

Doctor Migration Has Limited Impact on Health Care in Poor Countries: OECD

... OECD had sparked fears of a "brain drain" that is depriving poor countries of critically needed health professionals. But the OECD, in its 2007 International Migration Outlook, said its research showed that the "global health workforce crisis goes far beyond the migration issue." It said the number of imm...

Tinnitus Patients can Lead a Normal Life

...ool, sound therapy, arose from the discovery that, depriving the auditory passage, designed for hearing, of sound, tends to increase the sensitivity of the ear. In such a way that, when a sound such as a tinnitus - is produced in the passage, it captures it straight away. To avoid this phenomenon, external...

Watch Out for Signs of Autism in Babies!

...y result in late rather than early recognition ... depriving the child and family of the benefits of early identification and intervention," the academy said. But some critics worry that the trend will trigger needless diagnoses in children with normal variations in behavior. Dr. Michael Fitzpatrick, a Lon...

Medical Admissions Test Integrity Under Threat

...ently delivered in rural and remote areas, thereby depriving many potential medical students of the chance to undertake the same courses that their wealthier urban counterparts may be attending, Mr Mitchell said. The Australian Council of Educational Research (ACER), the body that administers the UMAT, has ...

New Study: Pine Bark Significantly Reduces Endometriosis

...than two weeks, the production of oestrogen stops, depriving the endometrial implants of oestrogen, causing them to become inactive and degenerate. Most women will stop bleeding within 2 months of starting treatment and return of ovulation and menstruation varies. Endometriosis affects women in their reprodu...

New Imaging Technique Tracks Traffic Patterns of White Blood Cells

...blood vessels by sticking to white blood cells and depriving the body of needed oxygen. Using this new imaging method, red blood cells in a mouse model of Sickle Cell disease were shown to interact specifically with neutrophils, a subset of inflammatory white blood cells. “The ease and rapidity of this meth...

Treatment Resistant Tumors Can Be Targeted Better Using Botox

...t destroying the vessels that feed tumors, thereby depriving them of oxygen and nutrients. In contrast, pro-vascular approaches increase tumor perfusion and oxygenation temporarily,' concluded Dr. Gallez....

Judge Reserves Judgment In Cancer Drug Case

...r treatment may result in fatal consequences, thus depriving her of her right to life. The advocate for the PCT, Philip Havers contends that the drug is yet to be licensed for early stage breast cancer, nor has its safety and efficacy been certified by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE). ...

Florida State University declares a breathtaking study which might solve the Hepatitis C Virus maze and find a cure!

...marily to treat cancer, can inhibit replication by depriving viral agents of their molecular building blocks. However, those therapies may impact healthy cells, as well, causing undesired side effects. That's not all. Our new cell line also allows us to rapidly identify and isolate drug-resistant HCV mutants i...

NHS faces mental health crisis; 'risky' patients sent home

...ate a lack of understanding of the significance of depriving people of their liberty." With the increased use of the Act, there are now 14,000 detained patients, a rise of 2,500 since 1997, the highest number since the Act was introduced in 1983. The report highlights the inquiry in 2004 into the death of...

Avoid Coffee Before Undergoing PET/ CT scans

...and hence the tracer increases in the heart region depriving other areas around heart from uptaking the FDG, hence a cancer close to the heart could be missed. A similar problem takes place when caffeine in the coffee is in circulation just before PET/CT scan. Caffeine is known to increase heart rate. Hence ...

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