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Want a Healthy brew? Have some Tea!

...s ease. But Dr. John Weisburger, Ph.D., who sips a dozen odd cups of tea every day is, more than convinced of the drinks healthy attributes. As evidence he points out to studies, which suggest that tea helps prevent cancer and heart disease. Also researchers have found that tea helps women in the menopausa...

Surgery-Rigged pulley helps patients

... face broken. Indeed, Poll's experience with a few dozen patients suggests this so-called ``rigid external distraction'' can be easier than standard surgery, is done at younger ages, and lets the doctor gently push and pull until the child's face looks just right. The procedure is still experimental, caut...

FDA may speed review of new drugs

...ay some of the proposal is worrisome. In wake of a dozen drugs pulled off the market because of dangers in recent years, critics say the FDA already is approving drugs too fast and doesn’t adequately monitor problems that can arise when new ones hit the market. Drug companies have paid millions in user...

DNA of deceased ones stored in Funeral Homes

...laboratory to do some diagnostic testing. About a dozen families have stored DNA at the laboratory through D'Esopo since the home began offering the service three months ago, Klett said. Naegele started collecting DNA from funeral homes over a decade ago, and several hundred now use the service, he said. ...

Voice has to be looked after with care

...ds, and for this you should really be aiming for a dozen eight ounce glasses of water a day. Caffeine in coffee tends to dehydrate the vocal cords so, if you have a concern about your voice, don't drink more than a couple of cups a day. Smoking is a major irritant to the voice (you can often hear this when...

Will Your Baby Grow Up To Be A Future Einstein ?

...999 Harvard medical school analysis of more than a dozen studies doesn't support this claim, but music and dancing can be excellent ways to interact. 3) Other research shows infants can learn basic sign language even before they speak. These infants appear to grow up a little smarter, but some experts sa...

SARS vaccine shows promise in Animal Testing

...ern China in late 2002 and spread to more than two dozen countries on four continents before it was contained last summer. // More than 8,000 people worldwide were sickened, and at least 774 died.Civet cats and other mongoose-like animals that are sold in live food markets in southern China are suspected o...

To Reduce Risk Of Cancer Eat Grapes

... diseases. The researchers have identified about a dozen new and till date unidentified flavnoids in grapes that are said to be actively involved in fighting human DNA topoisomerase II, an enzyme necessary for the spread of cancer in the body. The synergy action of the flavnoids may help reduce the enzyme ...

Cutting down on alcohol may reduce cigarette craving

...also the light smokers who don’t smoke more than a dozen cigarettes a week may also be benefited from their abstinence from alcohol. The study found out those alcoholic beverages increases the desire to smoke considerably in people. The study says that even while drinking alone, smokers find it pleasurable...

DNA Directory Under Construction For Indian Criminals !

...s being questioned. Further more, with more than a dozen state forensic laboratories handling DNA fingerprinting cases and private laboratories too entering the field, the bill also provides for quality control and quality assurance. Development of such a database is expected to be highly useful and effec...

Scientists Have Traced How The SARS Virus evolved

...netically fingerprinted virus samples from several dozen infected people and animals from China and Hong Kong.// The work provides more evidence that SARS jumps from animals to humans, possibly frequently. And it suggests, that prompt control of new cases is crucial, before viral strains have much time to...

Scientists Have Traced How The SARS Virus evolved

...netically fingerprinted virus samples from several dozen infected people and animals from China and Hong Kong.// The work provides more evidence that SARS jumps from animals to humans, possibly frequently. And it suggests, that prompt control of new cases is crucial, before viral strains have much time to ...

Encephalitis Death Toll In U.P. Crosses 200 Mark.

...aths were reported from Gorakhpur and about half a dozen in the districts of eastern Uttar Pradesh. Things...not sure if fogging machines were available in the dozen odd affected districts. Social activists in Gorakhpur - the epicentre of the disease - had demande...

Terminally Ill deserves a better quality of Life

.... Among probably less than 100 groups including a dozen government-run institutions across the country providing shelter and palliative care, CanSupport was set up eight years ago by Gupta to spread awareness that most cases of cancer are treatable if detected in their early stages. It also supports fami...

Microbicides could serve to materialise women empowerment in the years to come

...s world over are working on 60 products and half a dozen candidate microbicides are in the last stages of clinical trial, some in India. In India, microbicide trials will be carried out by the ICMR in collaboration with an US research agency CONRAD, with which the central government has signed a MoU in 20...

Cannabis exerts protective effect against cancer

...tains 4,000 known chemicals among which at least a dozen are implicated as carcinogens....

Anonymous Sperm Donor Traced On Internet

...s, are likely to face the implications of having a dozen offspring suddenly wanting to meet them. And the implications could have tremendous forensic ramifications too. Police could perform similar searches to identify a criminal's surname, giving vital leads in a case....

Palmist Claims to Diagnose Ailments Looking At Your Palm

...elped him identify the ailments of at least half a dozen people who did not reveal their health problems to him. "A patient had come with a problem of erectile dysfunction. After a round of treatment, this patient had a chance meeting with Mohanan, who read his palm and suggested that he was a diabetic pa...

FDA Warns Against Birth-Control Patch

...y reports, the news agency also found that about a dozen women, most in their late teens and early 20s, died in 2004 from blood clots believed to be related to the birth-control patch, and dozens more survived strokes and other clot-related problems. More than 4 million women have used the patch since it ...

North-Eastern Leaders Of India Meet To Discuss HIV Problems

...ers, a large number of legislators and more than a dozen parliamentarians, besides a number of people living with HIV/AIDS and community healthcare groups. India's northeast - Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh and Tripura - has been declared as one of the country's high-risk ...

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