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Herbs for Rememberance

...own to help Parkinson's disease. This herb is an economical option for the treatment and prevention of memory loss and dementia and is very safe, without any side effects. Intensive studies are being carried out in medical institutes in the USA and India to evaluate this....

Identifying brain lesions with impaired consciousness

...paired consciousness should give both clinical and economical benefits."...

Low Socioeconomic Status May Lead To Mental Illness

...on and occupational status leads to the social and economical standing of a person. The more people belong to the lower strata in the more are the reported cases of mental illnesses. The study also shows that economic stress is one of the major factors to contribute to poor mental health and cause several kinds...

Weighty problem: Protein is the solution?

...usive statement lot of aspects both scientific and economical need to be looked on. Policy makers will have a tough time and will not sleep over the matter. The matter will rest only when a declarative statement regarding the safety of the high protein diet is established. If done then it will be a revolution o...

Potato powder to stop bleeding

...ess than other coagulants, the agent appears to be economical as well."...

Chlorine might be a cause for Asthma

... ability to kill Bacteriaefficiently and at a more economical reate. But thischemical might be the likely reason for the suddenincrease in childhood asthma among asthma victims. The culprit is a chemical known as trichloroamine//(chemical name : nitrogen trichloride). This inhalableirritant has the ability to...

The Potential Of Cadaver Transplantation Programme In India

... too. We in India may not be able to compare our economical progress with some of the western countries but countries in second league like Poland and Hungary are today able to do an organ donation rate of 6 per million. Even the conservative society of a country like Hong Kong does - 3 per million. India tod...

China To Distribute Free Condoms To Combat AIDS/HIV

...accine comes out, condom is the most effective and economical way to prevent the disease from spreading through sex," said Tao Ran, a member of China Youth HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Fund. "If people could get a condom as conveniently as buying a cabbage, the AIDS prevention programme could finally change th...

Use of a fast-acting insulin analog to control diabetic ketoacidosis in Children

...y treatment of DKA in children, and provide a more economical solution. The aim of the study was to compare the efficacy of a subcutaneous fast-acting analog (lispro) with continuous intravenous regular insulin (CIRI) in the treatment of pediatric DKA. The fluid replacement protocol aimed at correcting intrav...

British Women Flies to India for Treatment of Breast Cancer

...an be combined with a holiday. It hence makes more economical sense for patients. Many patients are also combining the treatment with a holiday on a health resort that offers the popular oil massage from Kerala....

Early Intervention Required For The Hearing Impaired

...ed. But the implants do not come cheap - the most economical models cost between Rs.600,000 and 700,000. Over 1,00,000 implants have been done worldwide since the early 1980s, including nearly 1,000 at over 20 centres in India. Indo-Asian News Service...

Hospitals Receive $60 Million To Improve Infrastructure.

... the Ontarians. ,br> Plans to also reduce the economical strain but develop efficient ways to improve health facilities are some of the long term investments....

AIDS Patients Deceived By Private Health Care System In China

...g-based advocacy group. The privatization of the economical system is in a way held responsible for the present situation. The total health care funding share of the Central government even dropped form 36 to 17% between 1980 and 2004. Hospitals were even allowed to demand profits based on the sale of new dru...

Help at home for the elderly would be beneficial

...r population ages, there will be more need to find economical ways to care for this group, and adequate home-based care could be both less expensive and more effective for some than full-time nursing-home care." This report can be found in the Feb. 6 issue of the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. ...

Location largely affects weight

...he more obesity you have." Another aspect is the economical one. "In large cities in Canada, in the low-income neighbourhoods, there'll be no fresh fruit outlets, or a minimum, and many fast-food outlets," Millar observed. Schools and workplaces may also help or hinder the ability of Canadians to maintain a h...

Researchers Opts For Better Screening Methods For Detecting Ovarian Cancer

...and working toward providing a safe, non-invasive, economical detection method for ovarian cancer. --EurekAlert...

Technical Reversal Of Virginity Now For Rs.20, 000!

..., we have five-star hospitals in the city that are economical compared to any of India's metro city hospitals,' Parikh said.While Parikh and Saraiya look at the business aspect, there are many who alarmed at what it portends. Sociologist Gaurang Jani, for instance, holds medical professionals responsible for 'n...

India is the "IT" destination for obesity cure: med tourism

...e for such operations abroad and because it is far economical here, we are flooded with queries from abroad for operation dates in India. In this new development of laparoscopic bariatric surgery, there are many procedures that we use. In one type of procedure, the capacity of the stomach to take food is drasti...

Body generates Antibiotic against Urinary Tract Infection

...on is not only painful for the patient but also an economical burden to the individual and society. Our findings point to a new way to prevent the development of urinary tract infection by boosting the antibacterial peptide LL-37. For patients suffering from recurrent urinary tract infection, attack would quite...

Environmental Factors Leads to Obesity in Rural Communities

...al communities,” Boehmer says. “They may be a more economical alternative than sidewalks in making it safer for rural residents to be physically active, particularly in areas with winding or narrow roads.” Her research validates the importance of community leaders, researchers and practitioners from the field...

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