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NHS Online- Promise Of ‘Choices’ To Patiens

...ormation through one super site that will act as a gateway to navigate NHS services. “Patient choice is about people being in control. Patients needing a hospital appointment should have the right to pick and choose their time, date and place. “To make this happen, we need to invest in facilities to help...

Teen Marijuana Use Does Not Predict Drug, Alcohol Abuse

...ssue of the American Journal of Psychiatry. “The gateway progression may be the most common pattern, but it...isorder.” In addition to determining whether the gateway hypothesis was a better predictor of substance abuse than competing theories, the investigators soug...

Newly Identified Strains Of Chlamydia Trachomatis – A Gateway To New Disease

...he constant flux of the bacterium could serve as a gateway for new emerging diseases, but more research needs to be conducted to understand if and how this is happening.' 600 million people are infected across the globe with Chlamydia trachomatis and 8 million are already blind or severely visually impaire...

Hooked on the Hookah, a’int no good

...ollege towns. "This is frightening because it is a gateway toward a lifetime use of tobacco, including cigarettes," he said. Water pipes were originally developed to smoke hashish and other substances, but were long ago adapted into a method to smoke tobacco. Use of the device is common throughout the Mid...

Despite The Governments Vow Drug Death Rates On The Rise In UK

...nnabis by the government. She said, “Cannabis is a gateway drug most people agree that now. A person smokes it and they are then far more likely to go on to take a harder drug. The Government will no doubt come up with excuses as to why the number of deaths has increased, saying the drugs were stronger. But ...

Sour Taste Sensors Identified

...ur taste sensors have been found to be the primary gateway in all mammals for the detection of spoiled and unripe food sources. The receptor is found in a subpopulation of taste receptor cells of the tongue that do not function in sweet, bitter, or umami (the taste of monosodium glutamate) taste, the resear...

Adolescent Drug Users Turn Compulsive Addicts

...ing these drugs. Cannabis is considered to be the gateway drug which further leads a person to get exposed to other hard drugs. Adolescents become primed and then later crave the chemical stimulation of hard drugs. Previously it was thought that the craving for drugs was mainly due to peer or emotional pr...

Virus Causing Kaposi's Sarcoma Discovered

...r; Ph.D., describe how the molecule xCT is a major gateway that KSHV uses to enter human cells. The molecule may also play a role in the development of Kaposi's sarcoma and other syndromes associated with the virus. The natural function of xCT in the body is to transport molecules necessary for protecting ...

San Francisco Mayor Proposes An Alternate Plan For The Uninsured City Residents

...rimary care provider. The clinic would provide a gateway for them to enter in to the health care system. The San Francisco Health Plan, which is sponsored by the city, would run the program. The program would mainly deal with delivering services related to preventive care, such as blood pressure screeni...

Novel Protein, Staufen2 Important In Maintenance Of Nerve Synapses

...eurons is referred to as a synapse. It serves as a gateway of communication between the same. Storage and transmission of information occurs through these specialized contact sites. This synaptic connection is of great importance in the process of learning and remembering what has been learnt. These is a par...

Global Hospitals coming to city of Joy

...r healthcare hub of the country, besides being the gateway to the entire South East Asia and Europe,” said Dr Ravindranath. The hospital is basically aimed for overseas patients from these regions. “More and more patients from the west will come to India as the cost of healthcare is much higher there th...

Kidneys Can Be Transplanted From Animals Such As Pigs In Future

...omplications in the future, eventually opening the gateway to Xenotransplantation....

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