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Teens turning to Internet for medical queries

...l portals, which clarify the doubts and dispel the fears of the teens.More than 75% of teens surveyed, in a study in California and New York, used the Internet to find answers to questions nagging them. Some were personal queries and some were based on the academic projects that they were involved with.Top...

Smallpox Would Spread Rapidly

...he US, Russia and possibly other nations.// Recent fears of bioterrorism have ignited concerns that these stockpiles could be used to introduce the potentially deadly disease into the population, which is at present ill-prepared to deal with a potential outbreak. If introduced into America or Europe, small...

Sex safe for strokes

...should be livened by the research, which digresses fears that there is a link between sex and strokes. The team based its findings on a 23 year study of 7,000 men aged between 47 and 60, in England. During the study, which is backed by the Stroke Association, 65 participants had a stroke, including 26 who...

Obesity in children a risk factor for diabetes

...full-blown diabetes. The finding sustains doctors' fears that many of today's "baked potato generation"// could be falling prey to the disabling disease before they hit their 30s. It has been recognised for some time that being obese, or even overweight, can greatly increase the chances of diabetes, but a...

Tamoxifen does not adversely affect the brain

...ot damage the brains of elderly women, alleviating fears of a neurotoxic effect of such treatment, recent study has revealed. According to researchers, tamoxifen has a similar effect on the brain to oestrogen, which has been linked with potentially neuroprotective action //against cognitive decline. The r...

Abortion made easy pill causes alarm in state

...s conveyance or accessibility to medical facility, fears Dr Madhu Gupta. To avoid life-threatening emergency, which cannot be absolutely ruled out, the patients need to be both alert and aware, which is very rarely the case in UP. The drug requires a constant supervision and a medical follow-up, says Gupta...

Second SARS suspect fuels worry in India

...untry reported a new suspected case of the disease fears of the deadly SARS virus grew in India. This happened hours after doctors gave the cleared a woman suspected of being India's first SARS case. In Hyderabed a 48-year-old software worker was immediately admitted to a hospital after he arrived from Aus...

Answers For OCD soon

... obsessive compulsive disorder about contamination fears had a more intense reaction to disgusting images than those without OCD....

Canada stunned as mad cow discovery leads to beef ban

...f.Above all, Canadian officials are trying to calm fears of the disease spreading to humans, as happened in Britain and Europe. "The risk to human health is low," insisted Dr Claude Levigne, a senior agriculture ministry official. About 130 people died in Europe in the Nineties, mostly in Britain, from the...

Indian pharma industry upbeat on WTO drug deal

...re more positive, however, noting that their worst fears that Indian firms might be excluded from this trade, had been allayed. ''I see it as a fairly balanced deal which does provide flexibility to the developing countries -- even flexibility to countries that aren't necessarily the poorest -- to addres...

Return of SARS possible this fall

...rld Health Organization, the U.N.'s health agency, fears the disease could become seasonal. It urged medical authorities worldwide on Tuesday to launch an influenza vaccination campaign, saying it would help stop confusion in future outbreaks of SARS. While flu vaccines won't affect SARS, flu and pneumoni...

World's oldest turns 116 in Japan

... 65th birthday.The changing demographic has raised fears the nation's pension and health care systems will be badly strained in the years ahead by a population consisting of fewer and fewer Japanese of working and tax-paying age....

ICU Survival can be improved by Antibiotic use

...tions in their tracks. However, in recent years, fears that overuse of antibiotics could foster the development of antibiotic-resistance bacteria have raised concerns. The current study involved 934 ICU patients who were randomly assigned to one of the two treatment groups. All were on a respirator, whi...

Benefits and Risks of Asthma Treatment Questioned

...oblems. Now leading scientists hope to put those fears to rest. Three medical groups -- the American College of Chest Physicians, the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, and the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology -- have teamed up to publish a systematic review of the me...

Married men fare better after surgery in prostrate cancer treatment

...an their loner counterparts. Married men had fewer fears about their well being after surgery than men who did not have the support of a partner. The research which is slated to come out in the July issue of journal Cancer, says that prostrate surgery results were better for men with their support of thei...

Dental appointment fear: is it gender specific?

...ever nation wide study of Canadian nationals about fears and tension regarding dental appointments, researchers have found out that fear in men often remain unreported. The researchers feel that healthy young men have also fainted often in the office of the dentists, only they are less likely to ever admi...

Re –growing Brain cells destroyed by Parkinson’s disease

...available in the market at present due it toxicity fears has now been shown to stimulate growth of the nerv...GDNF have withdrawn the drug from the market after fears over its toxicity despite the fact that the toxicity trials involved testing far higher doses of GDN...

Kidney transplant donor and recipients need to talk it out

... donors and recipients about their experiences and fears regarding their physiological and psychological risks. The report said that all the donors had made voluntary decisions taken instantly to donate their kidneys and have no regrets for their actions. The recipients have reported that their lives have...

Women complain Viagra users want too much sex

...on and conflict in communication between partners, fears about men's infidelity and concerns about adverse health effects from using Viagra. A 48-year-old, who said Viagra made sex inevitable, said the attitude was: "I've taken the pill, OK, let's go". And a 60-year-old, explaining the difficult adjust...

Study points out that HIV vaccine may not be accepted easily

...l, behavioral and biological origins. Some of the fears associated with the vaccines, as were expressed by the participants of the study were of being branded as gays or promiscuous if they agree to get vaccinated, fear of contracting the disease from the vaccine itself, women are afraid that husbands may...

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