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Consensus on "Combination Therapy" for Breast Cancer

...nd a better chance of surviving their disease than ever before. At the same time, making treatment decisions has become a more complex process for them and their physicians due to a growing list of effective options."...

What happens when Medications go wrong?

Have you ever wondered how the dosages of drugs are determined? How drugs are being tested? On whom are these tested and who tests them? What happens if the dosages are unwittingly missed? Or worse still if harmful drugs are tested on unwitting patients what happe...

Want a Healthy brew? Have some Tea!

...and suddenly people are more health conscious than ever before. But unless and until it is proved to be really magical the scientific community at least will continue to prefer fruit, vegetables and a diet low on fats and rich in anti oxidants to stay fit. But if Dr.Weisburger and his tribe are correct it...

Abstain from sex- the latest mantra of American teens

...back in terms of number of cases reported and with ever increasing abortions sparking a major international debate, abstinence has caught the fancy of teens the world over. But some are cynical about the whole exercise and they say this is an attempt at playing to the gallery. True to this cynical remar...

Cut down TV and video games and you have less aggressive children.

Have you ever wondered why your kids are so aggressive and almost impossible to handle at times? Then read on. World over there is increasing concern over the way the children of today are growing up. Even the West is getting desperate and looking for help. Thing...

Doctors operate upon patients in candlelight- latest from the quake scene

...f they do it is unlikely that anyone of them would ever forget the quake of black Friday....

Kick Smoking with Nicotine Drink

...cotine fixation. The new kid on the block in this ever increasing list is a nicotine solution that can be mixed with drinks, which scientists claim could be useful in over coming the addiction. Researchers at Duke University have tested and patented this nicotine drink and are now looking for a pharmace...

Dark skin protects

...t reports, some parts of the body which are hardly ever exposed to sunlight, such as genitalia, throats and nasal passages, are packed with melanin cells.In mammals, melanin is contained inside vesicles called melanosomes. Larger, more numerous melanosomes make for darker skin. Mackintosh suggests melanos...

Novartis files application with FDA for Zometa

...tients. This is the largest set of clinical trials ever conducted to evaluate the efficacy and tolerability of bisphosphonates in treating bone complications....

'Prozac miracle' could end in disaster

..., which has been filed in California, is the first ever to claim damages for addiction against one of the drug companies that have made billions from SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) - the class of drug of which Prozac is the best known - and which were hailed as "wonderdrugs" when they fir...

Prescription Drug - Helps People Stop Smoking

...r tablet priced Smoquit, the first pharmacotherapy ever available for the treatment of smoking problem, is a prescription drug and is required to be taken under medical supervision and guidance. // Smoking causes or predisposes a person to a number of diseases such as heart disease, asthma, ulcers, and ...

Humour inherited

...le 10 meant "one of the funniest cartoons you have ever seen". Identical twins, who have exactly the same genes were no more likely to agree on this than fraternal twins who share only half of their genes on average, like ordinary siblings - suggesting a shared environment was responsible for making brot...

Fingerprinting prostate cancer

...University of Michigan have now produced the first ever molecular fingerprint of prostate cancer. They examined more than 700 prostate tissue samples from more than 50 men - covering normal tissue, tissue with benign change, and also tissues from both localised and aggressive prostate cancer. They found t...

Complementary and Alternative medicine

...nd only three out of 10 of those born pre-1945 had ever used CAM. But when people had tried a therapy, they tended to stay with it. Almost 50 per cent were still using the therapy 11 to 20 years on. There were, however, some dramatic shifts in the popularity of various therapies. In the 1960s, diet-base...

Heat therapy relieves back pain

Have you ever applied a hot water bottle to an aching back? Heat treatment has always proved effective in lower back ache. This treatment delivered with needlepoint accuracy leads to dramatic improvement of a certain common type of lower back pain. Heat is a long-...

Smoker's are prone to Alzheimer's

...according to new research. The study - the largest ever of its kind and the first major research to look at people before they develop Alzheimer's - followed 5,369 men and women aged 57 and over. None of the people had Alzheimer's, the most common form of dementia, before the study by the Erasmus Medica...

Exercises reduce risks of cancers

...the issue, and say that it points more firmly than ever to this conclusion. The research, carried out by the Cancer Research Campaing and Swedish Cancer Foundation, combined and analysed the results of more than 60 separate studies into bowel cancer. It found that people who exercised regulatly were 50% ...

More about HIV

...ue to increased life span, it's more critical than ever for patients to use all the means they can to help alleviate the stress associated with HIV and its treatment. One team of researchers believes they may have discovered one of the ways in which stress causes the progression of HIV and AIDS. They fou...

A new contraceptive

...rd Medical School."This is the only protein// I've ever seen that localises to only one tissue," said Dr Clapham. "We looked carefully through at least fifty human tissues, and the only place it turned up was in the testes." "Futhermore, the only place it turned up within the testes was in sperm. And wit...

Re-blockage of heart arteries prevented by vitamins

Vitamins are a bonus to everyone of us. The first ever study of the effect of B vitamins on heart disease...pplement can prevent restenosis. This is the first ever trial of vitamins in heart disease. They gave 95 patients who had had an angioplasty a supplement co...

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