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Risk Of Developing Arthritis

...he organisation Fergus Logan says this should not deter people from pursuing sporting activities. “But sport and exercise must be tailored to people’s individual capacity and age. Don’t overdo it now because you might regret it later,” Logan says. The charity has launched a campaign to raise £ 250,000 t...

Indians Stay Away from Coke, Pepsi After Toxin Scare

...psi soft drinks Friday and some put out banners to deter buyers in a growing scare after an environment group said the beverages contained pesticides.//...

Continuation Of Medication After Heart Surgery Very Important

...cine.Not only did beta blockers and ACE inhibitors deter these abnormal heart incidents from taking place, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and potassium also appeared to be safe alternatives during the recovery period. Thus researchers say ,the discontinuation of beta blockers and ACE inhibitors wou...

The Use Of Colistin To Treat Cystic Fibrosis Questioned

...hey say the spasms are controllable and should not deter the use of inhaled colistin when medically indicated....

Giving up smoking is good for health, but causes weight gain too

...oking may entail weight gains, but this should not deter smokers from giving up smoking. Medications used to aid smoking cessation can also be effective in reducing weight gains. But nicotine replacement therapy may only delay the weight gain till the time it is discontinued....

Stop Watching TV: Toddler Development Affected

...arried parents have time and again thought ways to deter their toddlers// from watching TV. These days there is a flood of TV channels, but how many are right for viewing by children. Well, we can count that on our fingertips. Now, adding parents is a scientific that can help them justify barring children...

Nature’s Bounty ,Seaweed, Becomes A Blessing For Diabetes Patient

... procedure. This being a minor procedure will not deter people from undergoing it. Prof Tuch is of the opinion that to be completely weaned off insulin, the patients will need two to three transplants. This procedure will be pocket-friendly....

A 15p increase in an NHS Prescription Cost

...The Association believes that prescription charges deter many people from getting their prescriptions filled, while many ask their pharmacist for guidance on which medicines they need most when it contains several items."...

Binge Drinking, A Strict No-No

...ans of Lager will sport warnings that are meant to deter binge-drinking. These alerts will also be displayed at pubs and supermarkets with messages // such as “If you do drink, don’t do drunk.” Caroline Flint, the Public Health Minister, is pretty sure that these messages will be a common alert on all alc...

Gene Therapy For Bubble Baby Syndrome May Lead To Blood Cancer

...scientific community on one side, nothing seems to deter the hope of patients like Mark, a 6 year old CGD sufferer, who feel that gene therapy offers a ray of endless hope at the end of the tunnel. Clearly, more studies are indicated to accurately assess the risk and benefit ratio associated with gene th...

Childhood Obesity Vs Malnutrition- A Spotlight On WHO Obesity Measurement For Kids

...sk of developing diabetes at an early age seems to deter these children from indulging in high fat diet, sugary drinks, two major contributors to childhood obesity. A new study conducted among teenagers in Australia has now showed that those who drank a can of soft drink a day added 6.4 kilograms to their ...

Elders Too Are Keen To Chat On Internet On Par With Youngsters

...cording to a recent online survey, aging in no way deter the elders from chatting or surfing the Internet and said that they too are keen in using the net on par// with the youngsters. The survey conducted by the Internet and Mobile Association of India with Crosstab Marketing Services has revealed that s...

2010 AIDS Target May Misfire, Warns United Nations

...the epidemic is lacking in many areas, which might deter the achievement of the 2010 target. The UN study on the five-year plan calls for a global integrated effort that is powerful and well administered to meet the 2010 target. It is estimated that nearly 25 million people in the last 25 years have d...

Docs In Scotland Want Cigarette Buying Permissible Only To People Aged 18 And Over

...ally buy cigarettes. This is the latest attempt to deter young people// from getting hooked on cigarettes. This call was made at the opening of the annual conference of BMA Scotland. A report released on the occasion said that the current law of 16 year olds being allowed to buy cigarettes was made in 1...

NHS Charges Needs To Be Reviewed

...free clinically necessary services and also not to deter patients visiting their doctor mainly due to the high fee structure. It said that a small charge would be levied on non-emergency patients going to accident and emergency departments. This is done to encourage people to register with a GP. The Depart...

Appearance Of Facial Scars Improved By Botulinum Toxin

... of botulinum toxin in a wound differ in that they deter the muscle tension in the first place, says Clark Otley, M.D., study co-investigator and chair of the Division of Dermatologic Surgery at Mayo Clinic. Side effects were minimal with the botulinum toxin injections, according to Dr. Sherris, including...

Horse Sense: The Dublin Horse Show Shall Go On

...s Anaemia, a killer horse disease, is not about to deter the organizers of the Dublin Horse Show, who have made no bones that the show will go on// , despite the outbreak of the horse disease in the Republic. Nine horses have been fatally hit by EIA, also called swamp fever - and another four have teste...

Fast Food : Let the Consumer Feel the Pinch

...f Obesity, a levy of extra tax on fast foods will deter many from making it a quick food option. This might be the only way to tackle the burgeoning problem of obesity. With the advancements in technology and more money power, people are resorting to eating high calorie food, consuming sugary drinks and ...

Hospitals spring into action after doctors call off strike

...liament’s Standing Committee. This move did not deter the resident doctors at the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) who observed a black day to mark their protest against the unbecoming behavior of the police with their colleagues in Mumbai, Kolkata and Rajasthan. AIIMS Resident Doctors...

Scotland May Raise Legal Age For Buying Cigarettes

...ung Scots about the dangers of smoking. We want to deter people from taking up a habit which leads to thousands of deaths each year," he added. RAS...

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