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Kissing can cause Kaposi’s Sarcoma in AID

...ck S. Moore of Columbia University in New York, he felt that exposure to saliva may explain the high rate of infection in parts of Africa, where more than 70 percent of people may carry herpes virus 8. Since there is not enough data yet to support the new findings no new recommendation have been made tha...

Brain death – How to cope with it

...perience of relatives being present during testing felt that the relatives had benefited from this," Dr Stephen Bonner said in a report in the British Medical Journal. The intensive care specialist at South Cleveland Hospital in Middlesbrough, northern England, and his colleagues said relatives should b...

Controversial Levis jean ad to be withdrawn

...used again. This followed complaints from many who felt that they did not enjoy the advertisement poking fun at organ donation. The ad shows an unconscious man falling from a carousel horse. A team of medics approaches him and finds he has a jeans donor card. They take his pants, put them in a cooler lik...

E Merck introduces Livogen Z with zinc sulphate

...d to have added zinc sulphate to Livogen Z as they felt it was unethical to sell otherwise....

New Modality in Migraine Management

...ia were reported, although most patients said they felt very calm after treatment. "The beauty of it is there's no altered consciousness. Patients can go right back to work," Krusz added.He also said that he had taught the doctors in his hospital how to use it and he is confident in implementing the same...

Meditation relieves stress

...ents.// They were better able to cope with stress, felt relaxed and increased mental clarity. The programme included mindfulness meditation, emotional expression and social support. The benefits were maintained for up to a year, although the results are limited by the fact that only 30 per cent of patie...

Link between Constipation and Parkinson's Disease

...el functioning and Parkinson's disease. Dr. Robert felt that this had no effect in the results and that the strong tie between bowel movement frequency and the risk of Parkinson's disease remained....

Voice may be improved by surgery

...which became less 'nasal'. The subjects themselves felt their voice was unchanged. But you don't hear your own voice as others do. Friends and relatives thought that surgery had significantly improved the subjects' voices. A similar effect was seen in patients having surgery to treat sinus and tonsil pro...

Wishes of unspoken patients

...experienced less improvement in their symptoms and felt less satisfied with their physician than those who were able to express their wishes. The doctors also sensed the patients' unease - when dealing with these people, they reported finding the visit 'demanding' even though it wasn't clear what the de...

The feel of pain

...or the brain activity of a group of people as they felt a series of painful sensations on their hands, each signaled in advance by a coloured light. This allowed them to show something no research team had demonstrated before - there are two distinct phases in the perception of pain.While certain brain a...

Keep guilt off

...for guilt.According to Dr Lowe, those students who felt the most guilt and least pleasure had the lowest levels of IgA. Dr Lowe said the results suggested that: "people who report high pleasure and low guilt have enhanced immune system function. Such observations provide empirical support for the increasi...

Spreading its wings

...cal. // Ramesh Chandra Gupta, president, APCDA, felt that the proposed mechanism would prepare the druggists to face any surprise inspections from the regulatory authorities. The sale of drugs whose expiry dates are over can be minimised as the computer will be programmed not to accept such drugs, he s...

MSI puts on hold plans for operations in Chennai

...s by way of discounts is quite fierce. The company felt that this would endanger its interests if it began operations. The latest decision of the company means that Chennai will still continue to have the existing five corporate retailers, viz, Apollo Pharmacy, Subiksha Trading Company, TruValue, Health...

Baby Talk Better Than Adult Speech

...hose "o", "oo", and "ee" because these sounds were felt to be very unique. Then 10 mothers were recorded saying the words "sock", "shoe", and "sheep" in two different ways. The first go around the moms were talking to an adult. The second time they spoke the words to their babies. After analyzing hundre...

Risk for Pregnant Women

...er to reduce the use of chlorination. Kalinowski felt that in the meantime, the groups suggested that pregnant women reduce exposure to CBPs by using carbon filters. "Pregnant women also might want to switch to non-chlorinated bottled water," Houlihan added. And, also added that they should take shorte...

More People Seeking Treatment for Depression

...ny more individuals to seek treatment who may have felt stigmatized before. Another major force in producing the treatment trends was the debut in the late '80s of the antidepressant drugs called selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors, or SSRIs, such as Prozac, Zoloft and Paxil. About 30 percent of p...

A new study surpasses Gene Therapy Hurdle

... not reject the human cells. After 9 weeks, Chengh felt that the researchers looked at all the cells descending from the stem cells and found only the APCs showed the green fluorescence. This is a green light for regulated gene therapy. The APCs were chosen as the target, Chengh said, because they play a ...

Vegetables decrease Tobacco Toxins

...Stephenson of the American Health Foundation,N.Y., felt that the vegetables, which include broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and dark greens such as turnip and collard greens, appear to change the way smokers metabolize tobacco smoke. According to him, other researchers have reported increased cru...

Sharing injection equipment spreads Hepatitis C

...e University of Illinois at Chicago and colleagues felt that, in most injection sessions, drugs are placed in a cooker and dissolved in water. The solution is then drawn into a syringe through a cotton filter to strain out 'impurities. Thorpe's team followed 600 injection drug users from 1995 to 1998. All...

How to determine allergies?

Doctors at the Mayo Clinic felt that, one should not assume sneezing and watery eyes are always due to allergy. If you start to sneeze during the spring months, you may well assume it's a pollen allergy starting up.If all the allergy tests shows negative, the only solution or diagn...

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