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MSI puts on hold plans for operations in Chennai

...According to informed sources, MSI, which recently drew up plans to expand its franchisee operations from the present 19 outlets to 50 by the end of the current financial year, has decided to put on hold the commencing of operations in Chennai. // It is not very clear why MSI has put on hold its plans ...

Garlic Supplements Impede HIV Therapy

... volunteers received saquinavir. The research team drew samples from the volunteers' blood to measure their baseline levels of saquinavir in the bloodstream. Next, the volunteers took garlic caplets twice daily for three weeks. When the researchers again analyzed blood samples, the average overall levels ...

High Altitude ‘Speeds up ageing process

...igh altitudes are likely to age faster. Scientists drew their conclusions after finding lower concentrations of hormones, which are important for maintaining health and youthfulness, in women living in the mountainous areas. For comparison researchers looked at a control group of 160 women of similar age ...

Errors in medication

...rr is Human: Building a Safer Heath System," which drew attention to the growing problem of medication errors in the nation's hospitals and other health care facilities. Many cited systems problems as the main cause of these errors. These researchers, from Auburn University and elsewhere, looked at delive...

Mentally Imbalanced AIDS patient Chained

...ged a roadblock in Bagda with Debnath. The protest drew the attention of the district health authorities and he was finally admitted to Barasat Hospital in North 24 Parganas district on the outskirts of Kolkata. But there he was kept in chains, leading to the protest by APDR. Hospital authorities, howev...

Obesity More Likely to Cause Disability than Death in Elderly

...nctions necessary for day-to-day life, researchers drew several conclusions. About 13 percent of the population over age 70 was obese in 1993, and women were more likely than men to be obese, said the researchers. They had found that obese adults no more likely to die, but clearly more likely to become ...

Depression Can Worsen Heart Disease

...to measure symptoms of depression. The researchers drew blood samples from each patient. From these samples they evaluated levels of three cytokines: TNF-alpha, interleukin-6 (IL-6) and interleukin-1beta (IL-1beta). Previous research by other scientists has shown that the three cytokines, which all cause ...

Nigerian girl recovering well after removal of brain tumor

...tongue. The tumor was also benign. Farida’s case drew the attention of Tami Shobe, the founder of an organization that matches sick children with American doctors and flies them to the United States. Children's Medical Missions West often takes months, but Shobe, of Waynesfield in northwest Ohio, imme...

$30 M Aid in the pipeline by WB for bird flu in Turkey

...enrichments of its veterinary services.” Voegele drew attention to Turkey’s capacity to cope with the bird flu, but said this necessitates a great amount of expenses. The expenses since cannot be entirely born by turkey, it would be given a grant by the WB. This would help it to combat the virus better....

Adventure Enthusiasts, Risk Takers and Those Living on the Edge, Good News Coming Your Way

...y. // The research team, as part of their study, drew comparisons between 106 Parkinson’s patients and 106 healthy people, belonging to the same age and sex. The groups’ responded to questions that sought to throw light on their personality traits and behavior also including preferences on beverage and ...

Love is blind and Seeing is not Believing – Parents Don’t Believe Their Children Are Overweight!!

...them. The researchers, led by Alison Jeffery, thus drew a conclusion that parents were not adept in noticing weight problems in themselves and their children. "The reasons for poor awareness might include denial, reluctance to admit a weight problem, or desensitization to excess weight because being overw...

Number of Allergic Anaphylaxis Episodes Are Far More Than Those Recorded

...ion. Carlos Camargo, M.D., Dr. Ph., and colleagues drew on the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey to study the number of patients on emergency department visits from 1993 to 2003. It was concluded that anaphylaxis was identified by diagnostic codes for angioneurotic edema, unspecified adve...

Hurricane Hangover: Katrina Still Haunts

...ldren. When asked to draw something they lost they drew teddy bears, pets and, above all, houses: Perfect squares with triangular roofs and chimneys puffing smoke and flowers by the front door. When asked to group up and show their drawings several students could not talk. They held up their pictures in s...

Yoga Guru appointed Bihar's brand ambassador

...of Ramdev's seven-day yoga training camp here that drew large crowds. During his weeklong stay in this capital, the Bihar government had accorded him the unprecedented status of a state guest. Nitish Kumar praised Ramdev for "awakening the people of Bihar" and his endeavor to make them "fearless individ...

Detox theory under the medical scanner!!!

...government. This follows a report by the BBC which drew its attention to some of their medical claims. The Medical Health Care Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is taking action based on investigations by Real Story's Doctors on a Detox programme. Some detox products claim to enhance the immune system, ...

Gene Variants Linked to Early Heart Attack Discovered

...21 cases and 1,200 controls. Two of the samples drew on the very large and complete collection of clinical records, blood samples, DNA analysis and other records of more than 27,000 heart disease patients stored and studied as part of the Genomics Resource in Arteriosclerosis at UCSF's Cardiovascular R...

Growth Of Maple Trees Affected By Acid Rain

... more adult trees die, the researchers found. They drew these conclusions after adding nutrients to soil in a test plot and reproducing the favorable soil conditions that existed prior to 20th century industrial pollution. The result: Sugar maples on the plot rebounded dramatically. The study provides ‘...

Aortic Dissection - A Deadly Condition

...diagnosis and surgery," says Eagle. The new study drew its patients from a group of 885 Type A aortic dissection patients who came or were transferred to IRAD centers. Nearly 30 percent of the Type A patients died before leaving the hospital, and long-term follow-up data were available on many of the 617...

Depressed Teens Prone to Risky Sexual Behavior

...rameters, Dr. Jocelyn A. Lehrer and her colleagues drew inferences after assessing the degrees of depressive symptoms, gathered from their study on 4,152 boys and girls. The study participants were interviewed in their homes in the year 1995 and subsequently a year later as a follow up. The study reveal...

Scientists hint at a link between weight loss and dementia in women

...nt histories with prevailing brain conditions, and drew a comparison with those who did not suffer any brain disorder. The patients were tracked for two to three decades. The study found that women, who suffered dementia, had begun to lose weight nearly ten years prior to its onset. Though the exact c...

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