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Gujarat quake-Rescue teams give up hope of finding more survivors

...s of the Gujarat quake, from below the rubble, are fast giving up hope of finding any more survivors. They are now concentrating in clearing the rubble and saving the injured who have been lucky to be saved so far. A miracle baby was saved after nearly 90 hours under the rubble. The baby was 8 months old ...

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

...20 to 125 million U.S. dollars.The project will be fast tracked and hopefully completed by 2003. From the moment a patient registers at the hospital, every blood test and MRI will be recorded in a central patient record, and pharmacy visits will be tracked. All charting will be done at the patient's bedsi...

HIV did not arise from polio vaccine

... HIV started when rumours started flying thick and fast that HIV originated from the Wistar vaccine used in a 1950s anti-polio campaign in Africa. These vaccines were allegedly cultured in chimpanzee kidney cells. These chimp cells, some say, may have been contaminated with the virus that became HIV-1, th...

New treatment for Osteoporosis

...veloped a calss of compounds that produce only the fast signals. Rats, given the new compound show up to 70% increase in bone strength. According to Kousteni it could even strengthen the bones in healthy people....

Old are not weak

... you age, your body cannot make new muscle protein fast enough and thereby lose muscle strength. Meanwhile a new study from the University of California shows that muscle protein is made as quickly as it is broken down in men over 70. In fact there is no difference in muscle protein turnover between older...

Hormone contraceptives lead to bone problems

...nopause -- preventing a woman from making new bone fast enough to keep up with the level of bone loss. The most significant dangers linked to DMPA, say other experts, occur when taken by young women whose skeletons are not yet fully formed. Those problems include a high risk of the bone-thinning disord...

Wound healing made faster

... found a way to make wounds heal at least twice as fast as they would normally.In preliminary findings, a team at the Australian University of Technology reports they have been able to raise the effect of a number of key hormones involved in the body's own tissue-repair system by assembling them into a wo...

Importance of Fatty food In Hypercholestrolemia

According to Australian scientists fast food meals may be quick and easy, but no matter how we justify them, we know they are loaded with fat. Now there is new reason to restrict the junk you eat. Your arteries stiffen within hours.// Researcher Paul Nestel, of melbourne's Baker Medical R...

The earlier the treatment, the more the benefit

...said hospitals should strive to start treatment as fast as possible....

FDA may speed review of new drugs

...critics say the FDA already is approving drugs too fast and doesn’t adequately monitor problems that can arise when new ones hit the market. Drug companies have paid millions in user fees that help fund FDA’s review of their products since 1993, under a law called the Prescription Drug User Fee Act, o...

New technique for heart enlargement

...es a non-invasive ultrasound procedure to show how fast the heart muscle is moving during contraction and relaxation. Researchers found patients with the most common HCM gene mutation had lower velocities during relaxation and higher contraction levels, particularly in the left ventricle, the heart's main...

Nasal sprays used for other ailments!

...ering a drug, because it gets into the bloodstream fast through mucous membranes in the nasal area. The drug will, in fact, act quicker than the corresponding pill. Nasal sprays are already being used in the treatment of osteoporosis, migraine and diabetes. Many more applications are being developed. Na...

Want to have a nice day? Eat breakfast!

...all in blood glucose levels following an overnight fast or the consumption of only a sweet food or coffee ...t breakfast, some manage to grab a sweet roll or a fast food sandwich and coffee. However, these do not make up an adequate breakfast as they only help supp...

Can one get addicted to fast food?

... January issue has reported that a regular diet of fast foods like hamburgers, fries and foods high in fat...t likely due to the hormonal changes caused by the fast foods, in the body, that could impair the ability to control eating. As people start gaining weight ...

Skip Breakfast, Get Fat

...t and tipping the scales? "You have not broken the fast soon enough to only need a moderate amount of calories," says Gail Frank, a professor of nutrition at California State University at Long Beach and a spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association. "You are starving. How does the normal person res...

Valium hits 40 years old, anxiety-free

...nxiety drugs, partly because they start working as fast as one hour, slowing brain activity. They also are used for treating panic and phobia disorders and insomnia, calming patients before surgery and relaxing muscles.Sternbach officially retired in 1973, but worked most days until recently. He mentored ...

Good carb, bad carb? Experts debate.

...d fuel. Blood sugar plunges. So much is stored so fast that within two or three hours, levels may be lower than they were before the meal. Suddenly, the body needs more fuel. But because glucagon is still in short supply, the body does not tap into its fat supply for energy. The inevitable result? Hunger...

Rat joins list of cloned animals

..., cattle or even mice. They evolved to reproduce fast and their eggs begin to activate almost as soon as they leave the ovary. This posed a problem for a technology that requires painstakingly removing an egg cell, taking out its nucleus, and replacing it with the nucleus from a skin or other kind of ce...

The Key To Prevention Of Heart Disease In Adults

Overweight and obese children are on the fast track to heart disease, say researchers based on recent findings. However with dietary changes // and more exercise, the risk can be significantly reduced. Researchers used two noninvasive tests to measure atherosclerosis -- the deadly build-up of p...

Viagra Also Found To Be Effective For Treatment of Lung Diseases

...blood vessels. Flolan, disappears from the body so fast that it must be pumped in 24 hours a day. The catheter used poses a risk of infection, and users must carry a small pump and mix a fresh batch of the drug every day. Another of the new drugs, Remodulin, is a form of prostacyclin infused under the s...

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