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Rosehips may Be an Effective Alternative for Rheumatoid Arthritis

...re help reduce spending by health-care services on expensive new rheumatoid arthritis drugs. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a painful and debilitating autoimmune disease, which affects millions of people worldwide. It occurs when the immune system attacks the joints, causing swelling and damage to cartilage ...

Elderberry A Natural Boost to Skin

Forget expensive moisturisers and cosmetic surgery, a compound found in the humble elderberry could give a natural boost to skin. In the first study of its kind, a team of researchers led by Prof Aedin Cassidy at the University of East Anglia and Dr Paul Kroon at ...

A Mechanical Prosthetic Close to the Real Thing

...y costs thousands of dollars per digit, might seem expensive to prospective buyers. But it's not a get-rich-quick scheme for its inventor: Didrick, 37, sold his house, his Porsche and many of his personal possessions to help fund development, and he draws only a modest salary from sales of his invention. 'We...

An Offbeat Suit With Electronic Monitor

... tooth or zigbee network, eliminating the need for expensive heart monitoring equipment to be placed in each garment. Smart garments in the future may be used for a range of other monitoring services such as at home outpatient care and for people with dementia, enabling them to have a full life for as long a...

Deep Insights into Type2 Diabetes by Wesley Researchers

...ement of her diabetes. It is quite difficult and expensive to get an appointment to see my GP so to be able to access a pharmacist for advice and information would be absolutely brilliant, she said. I have had Type 2 Diabetes for five years now and as I get older I know the risks of harmful outcomes from t...

Concerns Raised Over Risks for Patients and Staff in Australian Hospital

... options for redevelopment but recommends the most expensive full redevelopment of the two buildings at a cost of $41.7 million. But Health Minister John Hill responded with a statement, "The WCH is managing the identified risks associated with an ageing infrastructure and all other risks identified in the ...

Mukherjee Inaugurates Tele-education and Tele-medicine Centres in Addis Ababa

...r be required to travel to far off places to avail expensive and expert medical advice....

An Electronic Shirt That Monitors Your Hearts Health

... tooth or zigbee network, eliminating the need for expensive heart monitoring equipment to be placed in each garment. He said smart garments in the future may be used for a range of other monitoring services such as at home outpatient care and for people with dementia, enabling them to have a full life for a...

Pharmacogenomic Market Gaining Greater Acceptance Across Europe

...more, pharmacogenomic testing decreases the use of expensive therapies and invasive procedures, in addition to reducing bed occupancy and burden on the healthcare system. In Europe, age-related diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer's disease, stroke and heart failure represent the highest cost burden to the healt...

Radical Change in the Lifestyle Might Bring a Greener Future for Brits

...that people enjoy. Air travel would become far too expensive unless the industry "pulls something out of the hat" and finds a green fuel. And the diet of the country would have to change to include much more organically-grown, locally-produced vegetables, and less meat. The result of the new "carbon econ...

Brits Need to Change Lifestyle to Have a Greener Future: Report

...that people enjoy. Air travel would become far too expensive unless the industry "pulls something out of the hat" and finds a green fuel. And the diet of the country would have to change to include much more organically-grown, locally-produced vegetables, and less meat. The result of the new "carbon econ...

Scientists Find New Way to Kill Antibiotic-resistant Bacteria

... deadly infections that are difficult to treat and expensive to cure, according to the background information in an article published online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. When a person takes an antibiotic, any bug having a protective mutation against the drug survives. These drug-r...

MEN as Partners to MEND Maternal Health A World Population Day Initiative

...thought it best to end his problem by drowning the expensive child. The situation would have been diametrically opposite if the poverty stricken man had just planned his family well. The Men Problem . Statistics show that every sixty seconds an expectant mother breathes her last during child-birth. What...

Simple Blood Test May Predict Alzheimers Disease

...le over the age of 65. The only clinical tests are expensive brain scans carried out in hospitals or painful lumbar punctures to test spinal fluid, which can have side effects.The early stages are difficult to diagnose. The degenerative disease affects brain cells, which leads to memory loss and mood changes. ...

Polyclinics Could Threaten NHS Services, Warns BMA

...ntrated at local hospitals to make the best use of expensive resources and allow for round-the-clock care. If this latest review is to succeed it must build on the best aspects of a service and not introduce damaging fragmentation or waste money on superficial initiatives that are designed to appeal primari...

Drug Patent Compulsory Licensing

...ve invoked these rules simply to lower the cost of expensive AIDS and heart medications-a strategy that Cahoy argues should be more controlled. In his paper, Cahoy identifies three myths that have typically obscured workable remuneration rules: Myth No. 1: Equitable compulsory licenses must offer savings fro...

Organic Farming can Feed the World, U-M Study Shows

..., many farmers still do not have the access to the expensive fertilizers and pesticides that farmers use in developed countries to produce those high yields, she said. After comparing yields of organic and non-organic farms, the researchers looked at nitrogen availability. To do so, they multiplied the curre...

US Rejects More Food from India Than from Any Other Country

...contains glycerine, a safe product, but it is more expensive than diethylene glycol, the poison used as a substitute....

Organic Farming Can Feed the World

..., many farmers still do not have the access to the expensive fertilizers and pesticides that farmers use in developed countries to produce those high yields, she said. After comparing yields of organic and convention farms, the researchers looked at nitrogen availability. To do so, they multiplied the curre...

Right Foods Could Improve Drug Effectiveness, Lower Drug Costs

...while increasing benefits from these effective but expensive drugs. The study found that taking the drug with a meal increased the bioavailability of the drug by 167 percent. Taking the drug with a high-fat meal boosted levels by 325 percent. "Simply by changing the timing, taking this medication with a m...

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