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Increasing risk of heart failure for ageing population

...n and nutrients and thus may not function to their fullest capacities. Most function of the body can be affected by the condition of heart failure. Reference: The American Journal of Medicine, July, 2005...

Details Of Heart Failure Discovered

...n and nutrients and thus may not function to their fullest capacities. Most function of the body can be affected by the condition of heart failure....

Some See A Hopeless End, While Others See An Endless Hope

...! It probably teaches one about living life to the fullest in this world of materialism. Some survivors even go to the extent of extending the enthusiasm for living to those afflicted with the so-called deadly disease. “It’s your body. It’s your mind. It’s your cancer. It’s your battle. Only you have the a...

Asian Doctors Caught Issuing False Sick Notes

...three years. The petition reads: "We pledge our fullest support for Anand. He has run free clinics for a number of years and we, more than anyone, can testify to his ability and character. He is a man of uncommon moral rectitude, a doctor of unique skill and discretion. In our experience, he is equally co...

Drinking water in America not all that safe: says report

...the EPA protects our drinking water sources to the fullest extent of the law." The statement released by the agency said, 'This 'no protection' policy effectively directed federal regulators to withhold protection from millions of acres of wetlands, thousands of streams and other waters on grounds that are ...

Light Therapy Fights Depression With Sun Substitute

... better sleep and the ability to enjoy life to the fullest again. Thomas Schluepfer, deputy director of the Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychology at the University Hospital in Bonn, recommends that people who suffer winter depression buy their own lamp. "The whiter the light, the more effective it is," sa...

Multiple Sclerosis Patients to Benefit With AVONEX(R) Nurse Services Program

... will be dedicated to helping MS patients live the fullest and most active lives possible." The AVONEX Nurse Services program will have registered nurses covering the majority of the country who will provide a wide range of services that will help patients in a home setting. Services include: ?At-home inj...

AIDS Victims, Supporters Gather in Bond of Hope

... has never been more zealous in living life to the fullest as they are now. Sahil, another HIV affected was...I am HIV positive and have been living life to the fullest for the last four years. Initially, the people around me tried their best to convince me this is it,...

New Lifeline Express Train Inaugurated

...pact India Foundation with logistic support to the fullest extent possible. He also appreciated Rajiv Gandhi Foundation for helping this venture and strengthening the resolve of Impact India Foundation and furthering the reach and penetration of the train. Also present on the occasion were the Minister of ...

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