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Inhaled Steroids Safe & Effective for Children with Asthma

... children with mild to moderate asthma participate fully in childhood activities." Another study published in October 12, 2000 issue of NEJM, which followed children with asthma into adulthood, found that the children with asthma who received long-term treatment with inhaled steroids attained normal adul...

Biotechnology industry expected to grow into a three billion dollar industry by 2002

... a few top biotech (Pharma-biotech) companies with fully integrated manufacturing entities being supported by large number of service providers....

A sunscreen from the sea

... has low allergenic activity. Sunscreen 855 is a fully protected invention, following a lengthy patenting process. After 10 years of development, the final international patent was issued only last January....

Hormone contraceptives lead to bone problems

...n taken by young women whose skeletons are not yet fully formed. Those problems include a high risk of the bone-thinning disorder osteoporosis, as well as increased risk of broken bones, including hips, knees and ankles....

Ajanta Launches World's First Once-A-Day Nimesulide Oral Formulation

... medicines, developed this oral formulation in its fully integrated research and development centre at Kandivali in Mumbai. // Since the brand received marketing approval from the Drug Controller General of India last month, it has been manufactured at Ajanta's Aurangabad factory. Nimlodi is marketed un...

Mouthwash as a weapon

...e a practical way of using the agent has yet to be fully developed, the increasing resistance of the parasi...Any potential new avenue of attack is likely to be fully investigated, particularly as triclosan could prove cheaper to manufacture than many existing antima...

Pioneering artificial heart patient dies

Robert Tools, the recipient of the world’s first fully self-contained artificial heart, died at a hospital in Louisville, Ken., after suffering a series of setbacks. TOOLS, 59, died of complications after severe abdominal bleeding. He began bleeding and his organs began failing later, said Drs. Laman Gra...

Do gardening and be fit

...xercise is any activity that requires the bones to fully support the body's weight, such as jogging, dancing and weight training. Gardening and weight training were the only exercises found to significantly improve bone density in the age group studied. Jogging has also been found to be effective in other ...

Northfield Labs Receives FDA Comments

... we will interact with CBER to clarify and come to fully understand the issues in question." said Richard. The company said the letter included both questions and comments about Northfield's blood substitute, PolyHeme, from CBER. Management said it will quickly begin the process of addressing these issues...

Blood test may aid foretell Alzheimer's

...e has progressed to the point they are not able to fully comprehend. That does not mean, however, a blood test would not be useful in understanding what is taking place in the brain, he added. "If we assume what's happening in the blood is happening in the brain," he said, "that's a big red flag that thin...

Measles Suppresses AIDS Virus

...search will be needed with a larger study group to fully understand how measles suppresses HIV and activates the immune system. The only other infection that has been found to suppress HIV is scrub typhus, caused by the Orientia tsutsugamushi bacterium....

Anorexia in boys is common too

...indicate that female adult anorexics are unable to fully regain bone mass after recovering a normal weight. Castro said that since anorexia is relatively rare in boys, it can be difficult for them to accept they have the disorder. For example, during inpatient or day hospital treatment programs, male pati...

Gene researchers make Malaria-resistant mosquito

...from the mosquito's gut into the blood in order to fully develop. In their research, published in the May 23rd issue of the journal Nature, Jacobs-Lorena and his team identified a snippet of protein called SM1 that attaches itself to the gut wall of the mosquito, essentially blocking the parasite. The gen...

Novel computer model for breast cancer

...iding cells, and the shape of the cell nuclei. The fully tested new system, the most advanced of its kind - could help doctors identify those women who need the most aggressive treatment of their breast tumor....

Quality of lives of older people

...t majority were still dressing themselves and were fully continent. The more independent the person, the better their skills in memory, reasoning and understanding. These mental skills are, of course, key to remaining independent. Further analysis, say the researchers, will provide important pointers to ho...

Brachytherapy for breast cancer

.... However, longer term follow up will be needed to fully assess the effectiveness of the brachytherapy approach to breast cancer. <b...

Laser may stop macular degeneration

...ead to additional problems. The study is currently fully enrolled and at this time most participants have been in the study for about three years....

Mediterranean diet aids Asian masses

...ove to the West. The high prevalence of CAD is not fully explained by conventional risk factors,// like diabetes and high blood pressure. Researchers in India and Israel have been experimenting with the effect of a Mediterranean type diet on cardiac risk in a population of 1,500 patients. All had a histo...

Bones repair themselves with bone marrow cells

...more questions to be answered before the method is fully accepted for use. For instance, questions like whether the increase in cell growth and bone mineral formation could be further improved by adapting the flow perfusion system or whether altering the rate at which the fluid is pumped through the mesh c...

Protein in diabetic neuropathy treatment

...treating diabetic rats with sonic hedgehog protein fully restored their motor and sensory nerves. A researcher from the University of Michigan, in an accompanying commentary said that this study indicated that restoration of hedgehog activity could be beneficial to those diabetics with neuropathy. She con...

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(Date:7/9/2014)... drug users in Russia might contribute to HIV ... conducted by researchers from Boston University Schools of ... Petersburg Pavlov State University, sought to discover the ... of a cohort of HIV-positive people with lifetime ... arrested by police were more likely to share ...
(Date:7/9/2014)... 2014) Researchers from Montefiore Medical Center ... of Yeshiva University will present new findings at the ... July 17 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Data from the ... transition from cognitive normality to mild cognitive impairment and ... Aging Study , established in 1980 to examine healthy ...
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(Date:7/8/2014)... of Defense,s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) ... $2.5 million to develop an implantable neural device ... within the brain to help restore memory, DARPA ... on the understanding that memory is a process ... brain encode information, store it and retrieve it. ...
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(Date:7/9/2014)... candidate developed by researchers at the NIH,s ... and its collaborators to treat sickle cell ... BioScience business. The drug candidate, Aes-103, is ... underlying molecular mechanism of sickle cell disease. ... activities required for regulatory approval and commercialization. ...
(Date:7/9/2014)... southern Europe are less fit in terms of ... European peers. Moreover, southern adolescents are more obese ... fat than those from the centre-north of Europe. ... from an ambitious study conducted by scientists from ... in collaboration with 25 other European research groups. ...
(Date:7/9/2014)... yield big savings, if they are used in ... the Brigham and Women,s Hospital and coauthors analyzed ... savingshigh-cost patients; readmissions; triage; decompensation (when a patient,s ... a disease affects multiple organ systems. They suspect ... current costs associated with all six scenarios will ...
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