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Patients suffering ED happy with Vardenafil drugs

...demia. The results showed that vardenafil was more efficient and patients showed preference for the use of this drug. A total of 1,057 men participated in the study, which involved treatment using each drug for four weeks, with a one-week washout period in between. Patients were asked: 'Overall, which medica...

Four short walks better in keeping BP under control ...

...y, frequent short sessions of exercise may be more efficient in keeping blood pressure under control than a single long session one//. This study was conducted by researchers at the Indiana University and was published in the September issue of the Journal of Hypertension. When blood pressure ranges from 120...

New And Improved Blood Test For TB Developed

...sts claimed to have developed a blood test for the efficient and swift detection of tuberculosis.The scientists from the St George's Hospital and the Medical Research Council National Institute for Medical Research// team have stated that the test is 94% accurate. They further explained that the test watches o...

Rae unveils Health-care Strategy

...n that front, but a national program would be more efficient and cost-effective.” “There are real advantages to creating a national plan,” Rae said. “There are significant savings in terms of how you manage the formulary, how you calculate the deductibles and linking the work that goes on across the country ...

New Vaccine to Bring Dramatic Decrease in Cervical Cancer Deaths

... get cervical cancer each year -- despite a highly efficient screening program." Competing drug manufacturer Merck & Co Inc has also produced a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer. Their vaccine, Gardasil has been recommended by the European Medicines Agency to prevent cancer caused by four strains of HPV. Th...

Fresh Water Algae Filtered Out With Water Filtration Technique

... are extremely happy with this technique, far more efficient than any other method, with a 95% success rate of removal of the toxins. Some water filtration plants around the country already use the technique, which couples activated carbon with membrane filters, said Hal Walker, associate professor of civil...

Researcher Hits Bulls-Eye for Antibiotic Target

...est because it is highly processive, meaning it is efficient in the chemical reaction it initiates. It is able to latch onto its substrate, the substance it uses to fuel its chemical reaction, and to stay tenaciously in place until it has consumed all of the substrate, Sanders said. Using X-ray crystallograp...

Enzyme supply may improve Alzheimer’s condition.

... essence, "we were able to restart -- or make more efficient -- the garbage disposal function of the cell," said Dr. Shelanski. The amyloid beta plaque protein, which is abundant in people with Alzheimer’s, when comes in contact with healthy brain cells results in a decrease of the enzyme responsible for pro...

Health ministers meet in Dhaka on regional cooperation

...l without delay. 'We must find ways to make more efficient use of whatever resources we have for our health sector. Development partners and technical support agencies have a vital role to play in this regard,' Zia said. The ministers will discuss several issues of common interest, including revised strate...

Regional cooperation on health care services

...n without delay. "We must find ways to make more efficient use of whatever resources we have for our health sector. Development partners and technical support agencies have a vital role to play in this regard," Zia told the health ministers. Revised strategy for malaria control in the region, global fund ...

Majority Of People In US Seek Essential Changes In Health Care System

...nies to reward doctors and hospitals for providing efficient high-quality care.· Half (52%) ranked ensuring that all Americans have adequate, reliable health insurance as the top or second most important health care priority for the President and Congressional action. Source: Eureklert....

Obesity on the high

... health differences. "Japanese cities are based on efficient public transportation and walking. The average American commutes to work, drives to the supermarket and does as little walking as possible."...

Weight loss given a thrust with e-counselling

...th messages based on specific criteria is a highly efficient treatment approach that can be more widely disseminated among the population in need," says co-author Rena Wing, PhD, Director of the Weight Management and Diabetes Research Center at The Miriam Hospital and Brown Medical School. One hundred ninety...

Aging Critical For Alzheimer's Disease

...gments that must be cleared. "This process is very efficient when we are young but as we get older it gets progressively less efficient," says Cohen. As the affected individual reaches the seventh decade of life the clearance machineries fail to degrade the continually forming toxic aggregates and the disease ...

New Treatment Mooted For Blood Pressure

...hing a peer-reviewed clinical overview to test how efficient device-guided breathing is. RESPeRATE, a over-the-counter// therapeutic device that is approved by FDA could be a viable option to treat hypertension, the study says. The article, published in the General Medicine Journal (http://www.medscape.com/v...

Fat Metabolism Of Heart Muscles Affected By High Blood Pressure

...dependent on fat for energy. Even though fat is an efficient fuel, burning it for energy creates an unusually high demand for oxygen, making the diabetic heart more sensitive to the drops in oxygen levels that occur with coronary artery blockage. Gropler is director of the Cardiovascular Imaging Laboratory at...

Improvement in death rates of Aborigines

...disease management that renders closer monitoring, efficient follow-up and meticulous health care could actually reverse the death rates. Analyzing the statistics from 1977 to 2001, the team found a distinct change after 1989. The deaths due to chronic bronchitis and emphysema, which was rising at 3.5 per c...

The Dengue Virus Unplugged

...o that it can make more virus. Flaviviruses are so efficient at this task that they can churn out tens of thousands of copies of their genome--which is composed of ribonucleic acid, or RNA--within hours of infecting a cell. For dengue and other flaviviruses, the first step is to produce viral proteins, incl...

Gene Therapy Technique for Inherited Heart Problems in The Pipeline

...c diseases affecting the heart,’ Byrne said. ‘It's efficient and long lasting. One of the other distinguishing features of our research is it's probably the first to demonstrate a physiologic correction of a genetic cardiac abnormality.’ Additional tests in rhesus monkeys conducted in conjunction with scientis...

Diagnosing Schizophrenia

...ch as the prefrontal cortex. Neural networks are efficient at finding connections within large amounts of information, so the technique should allow researchers to look for other areas of the brain that may also be involved in schizophrenia. The researchers, who presented the technique at a computational i...

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