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Autopsy reports could be valuable and informative

...he study indicated that the correct cause of death escapes clinical detection in about 8 to 23 per cent of cases. Out of this, in about 4 to 8 per cent of cases, the patient might have been harmed by the misdiagnosis. The researchers pointed out that there are many reasons why discrepancies can occur betwee...

Pause as you please

...leeding or endometriosis (where the uterine lining escapes to other organs). As excessive bleeding is one of the major reasons women undergo hysterectomy, the treatment may also reduce the need for this surgical procedure. Most existing ways of blocking periods depend on synthetic versions of the naturally...

WHO Steps Up To Create A Public Awareness About The Consequences Of Exposure To Radon

...ly variable uranium content of the soil. Radon gas escapes easily from the ground into the air and emits heavily ionizing radiation called alpha particles. These particles are electrically charged and attach to aerosols, dust and other particles in the air we breathe. Thereby getting deposited on the cells l...

Time to Launch Suicide Awareness in Schools

...ide "a community and societal issue because no one escapes it." His talk begins at 8:45 a.m. in the Grand Hyatt Hotel. The meeting starts today and runs through Monday and will attract crisis center workers, a survivors group, researchers, prevention experts and therapists. The meeting is held concurrently...

Hail the Tamiflu and Shun the Scam

New Zealand’s broiler poultry flock escapes the deadly avian influenza virus while plans are in place to vaccinate the native birds if there is an outbreak// of the dangerous form of bird flu. Dr. Thonton said that other bird species were being checked for evidence of infection with the avian ...

Bisphenol A (BPA) linked with breast cancer

...al sealants. According to previous researches, BPA escapes from products and may be absorbed at low concentrations into the body. Researchers from Indiana University and the University of California conducted a study on BPA and its possible link with cancer development. Their study was recently published ...

Salmonella Bacteria Are Deceptive

...ant to detect such bacteria. Just how Salmonella escapes detection by macrophages, turning predator cells to prey complicit in promoting infection, has seemed impossibly complicated, a needle-in-a-haystack proposition involving thousands of proteins, the building blocks that carry out cells' vital function...

An Infectious Agent of Deception, Exposed Through Proteomics

...d destroy invading microbes. Just how Salmonella escapes detection by macrophages, turning predator cells to prey complicit in promoting infection, has seemed impossibly complicated, a needle-in-a-haystack proposition involving thousands of proteins, the building blocks that carry out cells’ vital function...

Gums Disease May Lead to Pancreatic Cancer

...one of the most deadly cancers, largely because it escapes detection until it has spread to other parts. Only about five percent of pancreatic cancer patients survive the first five years after being diagnosed. Lately, it has been reported that gum disease may increase the risk of developing this deadly c...

Mercury can Kill

...d including Europe. India doesn't mine it. Mercury escapes into the air and water, and from water into fish. We don't have any regulation even on trade in mercury. It is freely available in chemical markets, even in Delhi," said Ravi Agarwal, head of the Delhi-based environmental group Toxics Link. "When a...

98% of Food Imported by the U.S is Not Inspected for Food Safety

...e other. What happens to the rest of the food that escapes inspection? Recently, the United States has been reeling under the effect of contaminated food, which also instigated a pet food recall. This could also be due to lenient food laws in the countries from where the food is imported. When such foods ...

New Insights into Antimalarial Drug Resistance

...ce genes is painting a picture of how the parasite escapes destruction by most of the agents now used against it, he said. When a malaria parasite is transmitted through a mosquito bite, the mosquito injects the parasite into skin or blood, which then travels to the liver within minutes, grows and divides ...

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