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Acupuncture for conception

... Francisco Chronicle, older women are particularly favour acupuncture because they may have been through the other options. They usually face multiple problems when it comes to conception. A woman is born with a certain number of eggs, hundreds are lost with each menstrual cycle and those that are left afte...

Indian Nationals with Foreign Medical Degrees can now practice in India

... 110029. (through Bank draft of Rs. 500/- drawn in favour of National Board of Examinations payable at New D...nd draft of Rs. 3,500/- (form + exam fee) drawn in favour of National Board of Examinations, New Delhi. The envelopes may be superscribed - "Application for S...

In Chronic Diseases - Poor compliance of Patients with drug treatment

...inforce the efforts of all health professionals in favour of adherence," said Dr Rafael Bengoa, Director, Management of Noncommunicable Diseases, WHO. What is required is a behavioural support system for the patients.This will ensure betterresource utilisation in the already stretched health systems and w...

New Race –Specific drug

...l questions. There is a powerful lobby which is in favour of racial profiling when it comes to drug development, backed by evidence that suggests a degree of truth in the ethnicity theory. The reasons for the difference inresponse to a drug are unclear although it is thought that genes play a major role. ...

Popularity Of Homeopathy On The Increase

... patients". Sceptics argue that there is much in favour of the placebo argument because homeopathy is very effective in so-called psychosomatic illnesses such as migraine, skin ailments and unspecified stomach pains. But homeopath Steuernagel rejects such statements, saying that homeopathy can do much m...

Vitamin filled nutrition candy for School children

... costs. The government has been providing a lemon favour candy with seven milligram of iron to nearly 5 million children in Bihar, West Bengal, Gujarat and Andhra Pradeshunder the Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS). Eight more states are likely to introduce the candy which contains Vitamin A and ...

Global Hospitals coming to city of Joy

...Commerce and Industry (BCCI) clinched the deal in favour of Kolkata. Efforts are on to rope in the best of doctors from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and PG Institute, Chandigarh for the project. “Kolkata has a huge potential to become a major healthcare hub of the country, besides bein...

Organ Scandals Compensation And The Aftermath

...r demise. Though initially the High Court was in favour of the parents in some cases whole hearts or brains, were kept after post-mortem examinations without permission, came in March 2004. Since the case was brought, Parliament has passed the Human Tissue Act, which is designed to prevent a repetition o...

French and wine: inseparable and just perfect?

...acturers and the government. Another point in the favour of the wine manufacturer came the views of Marie-Christine Tarby, "It's ridiculous. This would reduce alcohol to the same as cigarettes, whereas the two are completely different. "If you drink alcohol in moderation, you face no risks to your health. ...

Children Are Indifferent To Obesity

...ople. The local population also appears to be in favour of charging obese people for the surgeries which are considered to be due to self-inflicted afflictions. This is in spite of the fact that 50% of the population of the UK are overweight, and 20% are obese. The obese people in the country do not get t...

Smoking Ban Believed To Enjoy Widespread Public Acceptance In Scotland

...mbers availed the service. The number of people in favour of the ban has infact nearly doubled over the past few months. Inspired by this observation, the health officials are formulating novel guidelines for effective protection against passive smoking. The imposition of the public ban on smoking on Marc...

Overweight, smokers and drunks beware: treatment could be denied

...earing out sooner.So the statement is partially in favour of people’s health as well as an attempt to dissuade them from getting into the habit of smoking or drinking and being overweight. ...

This MMS Educates, And Not Titillates

...habra wants his work to be different. He is not in favour of making informative films with simple messages. "People are not interested in watching dos and don'ts with a minister's photograph in the background. If messages are entertaining, you are successful," he said. --IANS...

Nutritional Labels are the order of the day!

...Agency's (FSA) proposed 'traffic light' labels in favour of their own innovative system. The FSA had backed the green, amber and red labels which would have used colour to depict how healthy foods are at a glance. Taking this matter seriously the FSA held a consulation meeting and it is due to give its...

'Inflatable-pants' heart failure therapy suffers due to lack of evidence.

... review along with government opinion seems not to favour this particular technique....

Indulge in sea food: no need to worry as benefits heavier than risks!

...over the last two years has overwhelmingly been in favour of the benefits of seafood consumption." Phillip Spiller, director of the Office of Seafood for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said, "We must formulate a clear message for the consumer." The study that was conducted was a unique 10-year st...

Vitamin E: good, bad or ugly???

...ts has been extensively studied. Most of it in the favour while some say that it may actually increase the potential for developing heart disease, cancer and other health problems. According to Jiyan Ma, an assistant professor of molecular and cellular biochemistry, and his colleague David Cornwell, an eme...

Online recruitment criticised by doctors

...Medical Careers system” which scraps interviews in favour of points scoring from application forms answers. The reason for this attack as claimed by specialists is that the process is untested and is leaving students bitter, angry and demoralised. Department of Health defends the system saying that it "...

Solution For Controlling The Raising Health Costs

...SAs does little to help the uninsured and it would favour the healthiest and wealthiest Americans. Some health care providers are also doubtful of Mr. Hubbard's push to publicize their prices and some economists feel that his approach to health care is overly simplified....

Google Supports Indian's Novel Literacy Drive

...neo-literates in a cost-effective manner has found favour with the Google Foundation. // "This is not just any corporation supporting the Same Language Subtitling (SLS) project. It's Google!" exclaimed Ahmedabad-based academic Brij Kothari. The US-educated Kothari, who teaches at the Indian Institute of...

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