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Lure of the home turf brings back NRI doctors

...t a 40 per cent pay cut to do this. Dr Joshi, also driven by the need to give back to the country and to give histwo children a firsthand feel of their roots, says salaries here becomingcloser if not identical to salaries elsewhere in the world, have made theseNRI dreams real in today's context....

Prototype Detector detects Anthrax Quickly

...g organisms with cell membranes. Analyses of gases driven from the bacteria have been used to identify bacteria and other pathogens at the genus level, and often at the species level. Identification of the bacillus in minutes, is a crucial step in alerting a building’s occupants to flee the deadly bacteria,...

New fertility drug development techniques by Organon

...elopment using the latest techniques of "knowledge driven drug development" (KD3). These new techniques model the drug's underlying mechanisms, and use that information to support decisions about doses, dose regimens and design of future trials. Organon is also in the process of developing oral tablet form...

PET Scan find the Area of Brain Responsible for Anorexia Nervosa

...n of the brain. People with anorexia nervosa are driven to be excessively thin and are unaware of the seriousness of their condition.When you talk of Anorexia Nervosa, many will remember the death of the famous talented singer Karen Carpenter who died in the prime of her youth due to the condition. There ...

Understanding The Role Of Olfaction In Taste

...ain's possible dual response to odours. They were driven by the phenomenon that sensing an odour "orthonasally" through the nose triggers the perception that it is coming from the outside world, while sensing it through the mouth - or "retronasally" - causes the perception that it arises from the mouth. It...

Dr Reddy’s Strikes Deal With Rheoscience For Type 2 Diabetes Dru

...thereby transforming Dr Reddy's into an innovation driven business," said G.V. Prasad, CEO of Dr Reddy's Laboratories. "This deal together with the announcement of Perlecan (Wednesday) reflects our commitment to accelerate the discovery efforts as well as clinical development programmes toward realising ou...

Sex Played A Vital Role For Evolution Of Infectious Diseases

...now taken hold and appears to be spreading perhaps driven by unique conditions, they said. While the number of people infected so far does not approach that of many other infectious diseases, this fungus is invading the central nervous systems of people who have no other apparent risk factors except havin...

Teens not interested in early sleep

...o bed early resulting in a reduction of chemically driven pressure leading to sleep building up more slowly. Study was conducted in 13 boys and girls between 10 and 16; seven were preteens, the rest teens. All underwent 36 hours of sleep deprivation in a lab as brainwaves were monitored. The research has al...

Not Blinking Enough In Front Of The Computer Can Cause Dry Eye

...tened to music while a changing pattern, which was driven by the music, moved around the black dot. At the end of the study, the data obtained suggested that more the participants squinted their eyes, the less they blinked. A reduction in the frequency of blinking meant a considerable increase in an ache ...

Fewer Breast Cancer Patients to Get Chemo

...t causes, arise from different types of cells, are driven by different genes, and tend to be different in women before or after menopause. For instance, as many as three-fourths of women after menopausal have tumors fueled by estrogen, called ER-positive disease. In these cases, drugs that block this hormo...

The many facets of milk and its health potential

...ation meeting the industry demand for commercially driven relevant outcomes," ...

High Pollution Levels Lead To Heart Problems

...ines generate more pollutant particles than petrol driven engines. So this may not be applicable to petrol v...ty of which are 100 times more than that of petrol driven engines....

Drug Use On The Decline Among US Youth

...12 students between 2001 and 2005. This trend is driven largely by decreasing rates of marijuana use among these students, the study contends. For example, since 2001, the past month use of marijuana has fallen by 28% among Class 8 students and by 23% among Class 10 students. Since 1975 the MTF survey h...

Africa Needs More Drugs For HIV

...y few of the patients. The TB epidemic is being driven by HIV in South Africa’s Khayelitsha Township. The disease itself has undergone a change with the appearance of AIDS on the scene, with many varieties like TB of the kidneys, TB of the breast, TB meningitis, and abdominal TB. It no longer confines it...

Rehabilitate Sex Workers - Mata Amritanandamayi

...sex workers and help debt-trapped farmers, who are driven to commit suicide. I want to open schools for their children and try to take care of them. I cannot provide financial help to relieve them of their debts," says Amritanandamayi in a rare interview to Asian News International. "Amma" is looked upon ...

Chemical Signaling Helps Regulate Sensory Map Formation In The Brain

...oward certain concentrations of Wnt3 and the other driven away. "A repulsive Wnt-Ryk pathway competes with an attractive Wnt-Frizzled interaction," the authors write, "to titrate the response to Wnt3 protein at different concentrations." The net outcome of the competition, they conclude, "determines the top...

Europe Seeks Indian Expertise

...at the Indian biotech industry is growing rapidly, driven by "the strong networking partnership between large pharmaceutical firms and biotechnology firms". Indian consumption of biotech products was "expected to quadruple in the next decade", he said. A Belgian trade mission will visit India from M...

UK Plastic surgeons cash in as cosmetic operations soar

...nation, by cosmetic surgeons. The rising trend is driven by celebrities who spend recklessly to remodel the...ns extolling the benefits of cosmetic surgery have driven the trend. Though welcomed by some surgeons, the trend has alarmed others. Douglas McGeorge, the pr...

AIDS Funding Grants Dependant on Tracking Patients' Names Efficiently

... that mainly uses codes, said “some people will be driven away from the system if we cannot guarantee confidentiality. It may be the very people you want to most engage in testing and the health care. ...

Priyadarshan’s New Ad To Boost Chicken Sale

... common man. This futile fear of chicken has to be driven away. I hope the ad helps." While in Mumbai Priyan will also be shooting two songs with Govinda and Akshay Kumar for his next feature film "Bhaagam-Bhag". "And then we leave to shoot in London for the film." Priyan isn't the least worried about "...

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