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Free Medicines, Health Insurance for Poor Soon: Paswan

...studying including the health insurance cover. The final report is expected by month-end and we will go to ...nsumers and research and development activities. A final decision is yet to be taken. With the government announcing plans of raising the budgetary allocat...

India registers 3,000 dengue patients, toll crosses 40

... tests every six hours. We suspect dengue. But the final results will be known only Friday evening," said a doctor. Acting on a petition, Delhi High Court Thursday sought explanations from the central and Delhi governments as well as the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) on their failure to deal with t...

Research for Back Pain Relief Strikes Gold

...sorders triggering off anguishing back pain in her final year assignment. Her work based on tissue engineering was commended greatly by the panel of judges. The work of another Ph.D student on Back Pain was the source of insight for Ms.Racheal. Involving an engineering process known as electro spinning, ...

Nobel Prize – a ‘near miss’ for Indian Scientist coule

...ize for Medicine. Their work was comparable to the final winners-Andrew Z. Fire and Craig C. Mello. // The finding of the role of RNAi (Ribonucleic acid interference) in gene silencing got the two American scientists the prestigious prize. This breakthrough work was published in the journal Nature in 1998...

Bypass Surgery, a Better Option than Angioplasty for Severe Heart Patients

...e treated: 1986-1990, 1991-1995 and 1996-2000. The final period is most important, the researchers said, because 1996 was when physicians first began inserting stents during angioplasty procedures. Stents are thin metal mesh tubes that are inserted at the site of a blockage after angioplasty to keep the ...

Computer Tool Predicts Effectiveness Of Microbicides

...pment or testing and five of them have reached the final phase of clinical trials. The Duke group's new model provides a "rational guide" for design specifications that could further improve such microbicides' ability to cut the rate of HIV spread, the researchers said. The researchers now are conducting...

Steroids Ineffective In Tennis Elbow

...ised to gradually return to normal activities. The final group received eight treatments of physiotherapy of 30 minutes over six weeks and were taught home exercises and self-manipulation. The physiotherapy group also received a resistant exercise band and exercise instruction booklet. Each group's progres...

Blindness And Trachoma

...has been a lack of sufficient follow-up beyond the final treatment point to determine rates of recurrence of disease and infection and the risk factors that may contribute to each. Berna Atik, M.D., M.P.H., of Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute, Oakland, Calif., and colleagues evaluated the ef...

Cancer Survivor Runs Half-marathon

...ey started Sep 7 from Reykjavik in Iceland and his final run will be at Newcastle upon Tyne in England Oct 1. Young, a resident of London, was first diagnosed with cancer in May 2003 and was treated with radioactive iodine and then had to undergo a surgery to remove the tumor from his thyroid. But exac...

Polio Outbreak in India due to Vaccine Failure, Says Expert

...rogramme now we will shorten the transition to the final phase of eradication when OPV will no longer be in use," he said. Another advantage of IPV is that it protects against vaccine-induced paralytic polio (VAAP). Currently some 200 children get VAPP annually. If India does not succeed in eradication...

Compost Tea And Safety

...hogenic bacteria a growth boost, so testing of the final tea before spraying may be necessary to ensure the absence of human pathogens," said Ingram. The complete report can be found at: www.ams.usda.gov/nosb/meetings/ RAS...

Cancer Survivor to Run Half-marathon

...r 130 hours by plane as part of his endeavour. His final run will be at Newcastle upon Tyne in Britain Oct 1. He will run another half-marathon in Mumbai Tuesday. ICI Dulux, where Young works as a management consultant, is supporting the cost of his runs. Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Lord Sebastian Coe, Pau...

Britain Hospital Staff Threatens Strike

...ndia. The Cornwall hospital trust has said that no final decision had been taken but the staff have been concerned for several weeks over the outsourcing to India. According to trade union Unison, during an outsourcing trial to India there were a number of serious errors, including inaccurate dosage of d...

A million Pound Public consultation - declared a sham!!

...in it complained that they had no influence on the final policies.14% of those who participated felt that their opinions were taken into account. Over 28% felt that they had "not much" influence on the matter of the White Paper. The taxpayer funded the cost of the project. The ministers were condemned fo...

New guidelines for global heart patient management

...mportance to heart failure patient management. The final recommendations of the task forces were reviewed by a blinded, independent, international editorial review board and then presented to the ISHLT board of directors for approval. Revisiting Listing Criteria for Heart Transplantation The first task f...

Cluster Headaches Can Be Treated By Nasal Spray

... tested 92 patients with cluster headaches. In the final analysis 69 patients were included. These patients were assigned to randomly receive either a placebo, 5 milligrams of the nasal spray, or 10 milligrams of the nasal spray. 61% patients who received 10-milligram dosage said they felt better after 30...

Nepal Uncorks 'Herbal Wine'

...e with several ideas fermenting in his mind. The final catalyst was pheni, the local hooch of Goa in India, a hit with locals and tourists alike. An inspired Thapa decided that he too would make a wine with local ingredients and came up with the idea of using herbs. He uses 15-16 kinds of herbs along...

"Macbeth effect"- study correlates cleanliness and conscience!!

...hird of those who read the ethical version. The final study was conducted on 45 students who were asked to describe an ethical or unethical deed from their past. The wipes were given to some of them. Subsequently, the students were asked to volunteer for another study. Almost 75% of those who had not go...

Italian Doctors To Operate On World's Fattest Man

...ill again go to Mexico before giving the surgery a final thumbs-up.Garza has received a lot of dietary treatment, but despite that his condition remains the same. That is why his Italian doctor said that "in cases such as this one, there is no alternative but to operate." The main procedure will be to crea...

Memory Clinics are Diverting NHS Resources from High Quality Care

...arginal benefit, write the authors. Whatever the final outcome of NICE’s deliberations, the human and financial resources that have become tied up in clinics organised around prescription of cholinesterase inhibitors must be diverted to old age psychiatry teams and their social care counterparts, they sa...

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