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El Ni?o cycles linked to cholera outbreaks

...ospitals thousands of miles away in Bangladesh can expect a surge of cholera cases, according to the first mathematical model to link climatic cycles with subsequent cholera outbreaks. Details of the climate-disease model are reported in the latest issue of the journal Science by ecologists at Cornell Un...

Lure of the home turf brings back NRI doctors

...rivate capitalflowing into the business. ``Doctors expect a certain level of sophistication,which is now possible with the growing number of state-of-art hospitals in thecountry,'' says MD, Apollo Hospitals, Dr Yogi Mehrotra. Dr Rupinder Singh, who gave up 12 years in the US to work as head of emergencycare...

Spirituality helps lessen arthritic pain

...the researchers say. Dr. Francis says, "One might expect that people coping with chronic illness or chronic pain might find it difficult to maintain a positive outlook or feel connected to God or the beauty of life. The results of this study suggest otherwise." In the study, 35 people diagnosed with rheum...

Hundred million dollar gift for malaria institute

...ersee the project. University officials ultimately expect the program to have 12 lead scientists and between 120 and 200 researchers and graduate scientists...

Obesity a risk for pancreatic cancer

... be modified by exercise.Only one person in 20 can expect to live for more than five years after pancreatic cancer has been diagnosed and little has been known about how to prevent it (although smoking is a risk factor). So it's encouraging to learn that you can do something to lower your risk of this hig...

Voice may be improved by surgery

...from the larynx resonate in this cavity, you might expect UPPP to affect the voice. Researchers at a number of centres in the US looked at the voice characteristics of patients undergoing surgery. They found that vowels were unaltered, as were most consonants save for 'm' and 'n' which became less 'nasal'...

Decision making made easier

...at treatment to have are long gone. Patients today expect to participate in the decision-making process.// But sometimes this is difficult, when the clinical evidence gives conflicting messages and new research comes up all the time. Doctors in the US have been testing a new aid to patient decision-making...

Aspirin reduces deaths

People with heart disease can expect to live longer if they take aspirin, according to a new study. The benefits of aspirin for people with a high risk of stroke or heart attack are now well known. For aspirin thins the blood - preventing clotting - and also reduces inflammation. A new ...

Medicis Pharmaceutical company enters pediatric market

...ce into the pediatric market with a transaction we expect to be accretive," said Jonah Shacknai, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Medicis. Emmett Clemente, Ph.D., Chairman, President and Treasurer of Ascent said, "We at Ascent are extremely pleased to have entered into this arrangement as it provides...

Fright could be more harmful

...significant effect.They write: "It is customary to expect large scale panic if such weapons are every effectively deployed or thought to be deployed. "The general level of malaise, fear and anxiety may remain high for years, exacerbating pre-existing psychiatric disorders and further heightening the risk o...

Resurface your skin

... The treatment takes just 15 minutes and you might expect a visible improvement after three to five treatments spaced out over about four weeks. You do need to protect your new skin from the sun thereafter, with sunscreen. If you are careful about this, the results of resurfacing your skin will last for at ...

How do patients benefit of clinical trials

...e are clinical trials. Henceforth what do patients expect from a trial. Doctors in California gathered views from more than 200 patients involved in trials of new cancer treatments. They learned that only 60 per cent realised they might not get any direct benefit from the trial, even though the information ...

The brain wave

...ld follows, trying to imitate the action. We would expect the same kind of lateralised brain activity in learning to tie shoelaces as there was in our experimental task. The team is headed by neuroscientist Jean Decety of France’s Institut de la Sante et de la Recherche Medicale and a visiting scientist at...

Northfield Labs Receives FDA Comments

...t few months will be busy, there is good reason to expect that modifications resulting from this feedback will help us to progress to the next stage of the application process. The regulatory review will be a multi-stage process. There now will be a period of several weeks during which we will interact with...

How trees affect sun exposure

...age. Where canopy coverage is 90 per cent, you can expect sun protection ten times normal - the equivalent of wearing a sunblock of Sun Protection Factor 10. The greatest benefit of tree cover is in more northern latitudes, between 45 and 60 degrees. Urban and residential planners should take the tree cov...

Pancreatic Cancer may be linked to Diabetes

...sed on normal national data, Chari said, one would expect to find just two cases instead of 21. He said the diabetes-pancreatic cancer link was even more pronounced in patients in their 70s. Dr. Keeffe, chairman of Digestive Disease Week and chief of hepatology at Stanford University Medicine Center in Pal...

Mild Depression may guard aged women

... norm," he said. Blazer said it's unrealistic to expect individuals to always feel happy, "like you should be popping out of bed with a big smile on your face." Dolores Gallagher-Thompson, a research psychologist at Stanford University School of Medicine in Stanford, Calif., and a member of the American P...

Bone loss can be reduced by Potassium

...spinal bone density went up - whereas normally one expect it to decrease with this medical condition. This is the first time that potassium - rather than calcium - has been shown to have a beneficial effect on bone loss. This was just a small study - so the hope is that it can now be reproduced on a larger ...

The hazards of domestic travel

...sk posed by outdoor adventure. Many travel experts expect people to holiday at home this year, after the terror attacks of September 11. //An outdoor adventure holiday with lots of wildlife and sports appeals to many. Please be aware of the special hazards involved in this kind of trip, say experts at th...

Breastfeeding may decrease Breast Cancer Risk

...hors of the study acknowledge it is unrealistic to expect women of today to return to the childbearing and breastfeeding patterns that existed a century or so ago. Yet they do point out "...Even if women were to breastfeed each of their children for an additional six months, this could prevent about 5 perce...

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