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Oracle Corp. to help build world's first "Digital Hospital"

...an be duplicated have been identified. Its now the era of cyber hospitals!!!...

Thirty minutes of work up per day reduces the risk of Diabetes

...% weight loss throughout the 3-year study. In this era of life style modification , these kind of studies do help the population at risk to come out of it....

Silicon eye implants

In this era of transplants and implants ,a new annotation that is in research process happens to be the silicon implants.If these silicons are to used for the sake of blindness .....is there anyhting more to say. This is real and this is happening , the chip, c...

The effect of heart rate in middle aged men

Now, it is the era where one fights battle towards eternity and hence the researches over the same.Number of mortality and morbidity indicators preclude the existance of newer solutions to fight for the same. As a result of such on going research , Dr. Simona Giampaol...

Artificial silicon retina

In this era of transplants and implants ,a new annotation that is in research process happens to be the silicon implants.If these silicons are to used for the sake of blindness .....is there anyhting more to say. This is real and this is happening , the chip, c...

Abortion made easy pill causes alarm in state

...old over the counter in the state, may usher in an era of do-it-yourself-abortions,// experts fear. Already, the sale is brisk as the tablets sell like laxatives, they claim, and even as the pharmaceutical concerns treat the city gynaecologists to five-star meals ostensibly to introduce them to “the revo...

Scientists open the book of life

...ever it is now considered the foundation for a new era of medical advances. With the entire sequence in hand experts predicted it would lead to new drugs, better forecasts of people's health and new ways of treating or preventing many of the most devastating human illnesses. The six countries who were in...

Low Birth Weight infants could have Problems in the Future

... of school age children who were born in the early era of neonatal intensive care. These studies suggest these children are likely to have a lower IQ and lower academic achievement scores than children born at a normal weight. Researchers from Canada, led a large study to determine if there is an assoc...

Identifying Virus Found To Be Essential for HIV Patients

...re CMV negative. Thus researchers say even in the era of HAART, the presence of cytomegalovirus in the blood is independently associated with an increased risk of progression to cytomegalovirus disease. Researchers also say that emphasizes must be given for the testing of HIV patients for CMV since drug...

Antibiotic from crab blood indentified

In this era of newer infection, we get to see day after day, discovery of antibiotics that could sustain the growing resistance of the bacteria is a rage. Thanks to the researchers of singapore, they have identified the protein in the blue blood of crab th...

Gene enchances radiation therapy - A novel approach to fight cancer

In the era of fighting battle against cancer, researchers of Virginia have come out with a novel approach to execute the destiny. Radiation therapy is used to treat many types of cancer. An experimental form of gene therapy makes cancer cells more susceptible t...

First Human Clone born

...ublicly. It would also mark the beginning of a new era in human reproduction - the first asexual birth, the first time a child was produced that was not the product of a genetic mix of mother and father, but the identical reproduction of one of its parents. In this case, Ms. Boisselier had told AFP on N...

Good News For Cataract Patients

...arwal's technique is a trendsetter and marks a new era in cataract surgery," said prominent doctor Bakshi. There are 10 to 12 million cases of blindness in India every year. Of these, a whopping eight million are due to cataract, said Agarwal adding that his innovation is not patented. He hoped that doc...

Diabetics increases likelihood of falling and associated accidental injury in elders

...tes a significant risk factor for falling. In an era of limited resources, knowing that diabetics are more likely to fall may facilitate identifying older individuals who are likely to benefit from interventions aimed at reducing falls and their consequences....

The Science of Solar Eclipse

...ould have remained so if not for the dawn of a new era called astrophysics. It is usually perceived by many as a symbol of obliteration, fear, and the overthrow of the natural order of things. The word “ Eclipse” hails from a Greek origin, literally meaning “abandonment”. There have been certain myths’...

Partnership Between Diabetes India And Elsevier Announced

...o attract attention for the journal in the current era of proliferating specialist journals in diabetes. He remarked that the launch of the journal as being timely and hoped that it would have a significant impact in the world of cardiovascular prevention.'Despite the growing importance of diabetes and t...

Human neurons grown in the brains of mice

...uch monstrous connotations are tamed in the modern era of pig valves for heart patients and protein drugs manufactured in hamster cells. Still, some critics of human embryonic stem cell research argue that more attention should be paid to the ethics and potential dangers of cutting-edge biomedical res...

New Generation Clinical Trials Could Save Time And Money, Improve Patient Care

In this era of personalized medicine, one should reevaluate new medicines and treatments for cancer, says Prof. Donald Berry//, Ph.D., Dr. Berry, professor and chair of the Department of Biostatistics and Applied Mathematics at The University of Texas M. D. A...

Viro-therapy against cancer

... But this would be the stepping-stone into the new era of cancer therapy....

Plastic Surgeons Looking Forward To First Full Face Transplant

...he idea of tissue transplantation has opened a new era in this field of medicine." ...

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