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Apollo Hospitals to consider listing on US Bourses in 2003

...to the tune of 33 crores as against 25 crores last financial year....

RANBAXY - enters anti-AIDS segment

... would convert the distribution arrangement into a financial bind. Ranbaxy has ruled out the possibility of forming a joint venture with Dade Behring for the diagnostic business, which is a part of Ranbaxy. The company's main motive is to develop this anti-viral drug rather than grab the market share....

MSI puts on hold plans for operations in Chennai

...present 19 outlets to 50 by the end of the current financial year, has decided to put on hold the commencing of operations in Chennai. // It is not very clear why MSI has put on hold its plans to commence operations in Chennai while it has decided to go ahead with the expansion of operations in the three st...

FDA changes rules on testing drugs for children

...lawmakers. FDA says Congress recently reauthorized financial incentives for manufacturers to do those studies. ...ors have no alternative. Drug makers have used the financial incentives to focus their studies on more expensive drugs, like Prozac, rather than cheaper ones tha...

The Happiness Formula....

...nce, E stands for Existence and relates to health, financial stability and friendships and H represents Higher Order needs, and covers self-esteem, expectations, ambitions and sense of humour. The equation is based on four main questions which are 1. Are you outgoing, energetic, flexible and open to change? 2...

AEterna's acquisition of Zentaris being followed up with its new product pipeline and clinical development strategy

...opment teams, an already marketed product, a solid financial position with a positive cash flow for 2002, eight additional global pharmaceutical partnerships and an impressive drug discovery platform. AEterna's and Zentaris' combined clinical development strategy is based on five factors; development costs, c...

Parkinson’s Drug Linked to Gamblin

...uthors say the gambling was severe enough to cause financial problems and two of the patients lost more than $60,000. Researchers say after a caretaker or family member noticed the gambling problem, the patients’ drug therapies were changed. For most of the patients the new treatment plan fixed the problem. R...

Alzheimer’s Continues to Ris

... ability and cognitive function. It places a great financial burden on the health care system and that’s why the authors of this study say it is important to have an accurate picture of what lies ahead. They write, "Estimates of its occurrence and projections of future occurrence are essential for public healt...

Diabetes cases could double in developing countries in next 30 years

...0 deaths worldwide is attributable to diabetes. In financial terms, direct health care costs range from 2.5% to 15% of annual health care budgets, and indirect costs such as loss of production may be five times this number. Diabetes is a chronic disease characterized by having too much glucose in the blood be...

Head injury X-rays may actually be causing harm

...ended but clinical practice “dictated by legal and financial considerations does not always adhere to these protocols”, the team writes. “The risk and benefit of computed tomography scans in minor head trauma need re-evaluating.” <BR...

Radiation Exposure Found To Affect Intellect Later In Life

... injuries, clinical practice dictated by legal and financial considerations does not always adhere to these protocols....

Screening Test For Early Diagnosis Of Colorectal Cancer

...rstanding of patients, provider forgetfulness, and financial compensation. Investigators surveyed 1,340 primary care providers for their perspective on screening practices. On average, the health providers reported that they recommended screening to only 79 percent of their eligible patients. Half of the phy...

Understanding The Harmful Effects Of Radiation Exposure

... injuries, clinical practice dictated by legal and financial considerations does not always adhere to these protocols....

Pollution Free Hydrogen based fuel for Energy

...th effects of gasoline," said Jacobson, who has no financial interest in any wind or hydrogen endeavor but whose commitment to clean air. Mark Z. Jacobson is an Associate Professor and he along with his graduate student Whitney Goldsborough Colella (both in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department...

Research shows that death may occur differently depending on the income level

...nk exits between the near death conditions and the financial health of the family. Geriatric population over t...heir ailments than the elderly population who have financial constraints. Reference: Journal of Palliative Care, July 2005...

Link between Faith, Health and Healing

...amp scholarships following treatment and emergency financial assistance to families in need. These programmes are administered either directly or through healthcare providers. Its adult programs, services and materials are available through more than 300 cancer treatment centres throughout the United States, ...

Doctors' decisions are affected by fear of lawsuits- says a study

...healthcare by crores each year, not to mention the financial crunch borne by the common man in coughing up the medical bills, as a huge number of population in the world remains without a medical insurance cover. Reference: Annals of Emergency Medicine, July 2005...

Knowledge Of Infertility Gets New Inputs

...a toll on the emotional well being, as well on the financial well being as well. This is because most of the infertility treatments are costly, with uncertainty involved with the results of the treatments. Their research findings will be to some extent will be able to sort out the problem at a very basic level...

Drug used to treat hypertension effective in countering Migraines

...eneca, which provided the necessary medication and financial support for the study....

Women Growing Up In Poverty At Increased Risk Of Heart Disease

... on the participants' physical, mental, social and financial well-being going back to childhood. They looked specifically at the risk of heart attack because the link between childhood poverty and cardiovascular disease in later life is particularly strong, and because heart attacks are so common. Heart at...

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