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AIDS Disaster in India is Imminent

...eat Britain who spoke at a press conference on the future of AIDS.Although India has a relatively strong economy, technological prowess, and 10% of the world's richest individuals, he warned that a lack of national political will to combat the disease means that in the not too distant future, India's epidem...

El Ni?o cycles linked to cholera outbreaks

... be used to predict cholera outbreaks far into the future until climatologists learn more about the frequency of ENSOs over the long term....

Mystery behind Preeclampsia uncovered

...nitric oxide into the bloodstream. Dr. Kagan said future studies would focus on the possibilities of vitamin C reducing the risk of preeclampsia....

A sunscreen from the sea

...isplace the range of UV-B blockers now in use. The future market in global terms for the new compound and its formulations is estimated at several hundred million dollars each year", said AIMS executive Dr Peter Isdale. The sunscreen, code-named 855, is structurally unlike compounds in current use. It has ...

Genetic influence in menopause

...r to identify the genes that control menopause. In future it might be possible that a DNA test may be able to tell a woman exactly when she will have her menopause and this may enable her to make more informed choices about when to start a family and how to plan her career. The average age of menopause is 5...

Surviving surgery

...isk option. But sometimes it is essential for your future health.// Researchers believe that operative deaths for those aged 80 or more are twice those for patients aged between 65 and 69. Mortality, however, depends very much on the type of surgery. Carotid endarterectomy, for instance, has the lowest mor...

Link between Constipation and Parkinson's Disease

...l connection. This will surely set a direction for future research. The researchers accounted for the effects that differences such as age, diet and lifestyle could have on bowel functioning and Parkinson's disease. Dr. Robert felt that this had no effect in the results and that the strong tie between bowe...

Cannabis for pain

...relief for chronic pain, and should be studied for future clinical use, a medical researcher has told a conference in Glasgow.Dr William Notcutt of the James Paget Hospital in Great Yarmouth, England, said the cannabis extract used in his study - applied as a spray under the tongue - was remarkably effectiv...

Hemochromatosis Patients' Blood is Safe

...n did other donors. This finding should help guide future decisions on blood donations by these patients. If people with hemochromatosis qualify as donors then that could potentially have a significant impact on the national blood supply," said NHLBI Director Dr. Claude Lenfant. Current FDA regulations for...

Renal problem alleviated

...are hopeful that antioxidants might be used in the future to treat, or even to prevent, cognitive dysfunction. An estimated 100,000 people in the UK suffer from some form of kidney disease, excluding cystitis and kidney stones, with renal failure leading to about 7,000 deaths in the UK each year....

Toxic effects common with AIDS treatments

...erefore, the data may be useful as a reference for future analyses of adverse effects of different treatment regimens. // Dr Jacques Fellay from the University Hospital of Lausanne, and colleagues from the Swiss HIV Cohort Study, identified 1,160 HIV-positive patients receiving antiretroviral treatment fo...

Aggressive blood pressure treatment needed

...American Heart Association to classify the risk of future heart attack, stroke and heart failure in nearly 5,000 adults over 60 in the Systolic Hypertension in the Elderly Programme. They already found that treating systolic (top figure) hypertension reduces adverse events like heart attacks. This new study...

Is there a link between bones and memory?

...pairment is one of the strongest predictors of the future development of dementia and Alzheimer's disease," lead study author Dr. Yuqing Zhang of Boston University told. Low estrogen exposure may increase the risk of verbal memory problems, he added, "and bone mass is a good marker of cumulative estrogen ex...

Genetics helps in attacking cancer

...teracts with specific genes, which may help refine future treatments. Ceflatonin, a natural product, is being tested as an anti-cancer treatment. Meanwhile, the US company ChemGenex is looking at the effect of the drug on the genes that are activated in cancer. They find that specific genes and cellular pat...

How do patients benefit of clinical trials

...rials of new cancer treatments do not realise that future patients are more likely to benefit than themselve... form. Some doctors were also unaware that it is future patients who benefit more from a clinical trial. This misunderstanding could be communicated to pati...

FDA attacks American Red Cross for blood violations

...to levy fines of $10,000 a day as well as for each future safety violation inspectors discover....

Computers may become surgeons

...l procedures could be made safer and faster in the future by using computers. Scientists from the University of California, Los Angeles are examining the way people use vision// to interact with their environment and are attempting to design computer systems based on their findings. Currently, surgeons ro...

To get the better of

...in the cervical mucus is an important predictor of future fertility, then the findings outlined may have cardinal implications for infertile couples....

An aide to cold

...aid the results of his research could metamorphose future treatments of the common cold. He said: "We have been searching for a cure for the common cold for years. Now we have gone one step further and even found a prevention....

A crude custom

... process is to ensure the woman is faithful to her future husband. Some communities consider girls ineligible for marriage if they have not been circumcised. Health workers say that the operation is often carried out in unhygenic conditions. Luckily due to health campaigns and education, female circumcisio...

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