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Doctors at risk- the ugly side of the noble profession

...erences, such ugly incidents can be prevented from happening in future.In India, in the city of Lucknow, doctors went on a days strike on the issue of being harassed by disgruntled relatives of patients....

ATG useful in transplant patients as substitute for steroids

...teps in. The rabbit ATG works to prevent this from happening without the problems caused by steroids. Unlike traditional long-term steroid treatment, normally used to reduce swelling and inflammation following organ transplant, Eason said patients receive rabbit ATG for just two days, the first dose during th...

Silicon eye implants

...re anyhting more to say. This is real and this is happening , the chip, called Artificial Silicon Retina (ASR), is being planned to be implanted in three people suffreing from retinal damage.This project is planned by doctors at Illinois.Ophthalmologist Alan Chow, the co-inventor of the device, who had alrea...

Blood test may aid foretell Alzheimer's

...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 things aren't going well."...

Artificial silicon retina

...re anyhting more to say. This is real and this is happening , the chip, called Artificial Silicon Retina (ASR), is being planned to be implanted in three people suffreing from retinal damage.This project is planned by doctors at Illinois.//Ophthalmologist Alan Chow, the co-inventor of the device, who had alr...

Screening bypasses radical breast surgery

...0 per cent. There has been a lot of such changes happening all round the plave. At the same time, the rate of breast conserving surgery went up by 50 per cent. In this operation, the lump from the breast is removed. Hence this is indicative that screening has the benefit of detecting breast cancer at a much ...

New Drug for Diabetes

... of glucose in the blood, but Doctors say, "What's happening is you're making excess glucagon following a meal." The hormone amylin works to control the output of that glucagons. Thus taking insulin without replacing the hormone amylin is like driving a car with only the accelerator and no brakes. They say, "W...

Deep Brain Stimulation May Help Depression

... similar activities. Initially, the reactions were happening only after the immediate stimulation. Later the patients were able to sustain their emotional state out of depression for long. Depression is the state of extreme melancholy, where patients who exhibit this condition may develop severe apathy towar...

Light can help fight gum bacteria

...eria. Scientists opine that the killing effect is happening because of light excitation of the endogenous porphyrins of the bacteria. Their study also holds to light the fact some of the potential helpful bacteria of the mouth also lives for longer because of the light exposure. Periodontis the gum disease t...

Bright arctic lights to cause headaches

...d not to any biological rhythms. Such results were happening to people who reported having migraines that begins with an aura or a sensation that signals the beginning of the migraine. The study also showed that people with such conditions were more affected during summer lights than that of polar winter seas...

Need for considering cardiovascular risks before giving HAART for HIV/aids patients

...diovascular and cerebrovascular accidents that are happening with the treatment. Researchers feel that people infected with HIV have more risk of cardiovascular mortality on taking the HAART treatment than those who haven’t. HAART is associated with risk factors like increased plasma concentrations of triglyc...

Women cured of anorexia nervosa have redistributed body fat after weight gain

...ying degrees, with endocrine and metabolic changes happening as a side effect that can cause disturbance in all the body functions. The researchers of the study had looked into the body fat redistribution in women who had been cured of anorexia nervosa and had got back their healthy body weight. They had used...

Researchers discover receptor cells that can cause epilepsy

...zures are often related to abnormal neural changes happening in the cerebral cortex that sends wrong neural information to thalamus leading to the symptoms of the seizures. The new study reveals the target that can be treated to control the expression of the epileptic seizures, especially in children. Referen...

Overactive brain regions can lead to anorexia nervosa

...ying degrees, with endocrine and metabolic changes happening as a side effect that can cause disturbance in all the body functions. Research done by scientists of University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine have found that over activity of the dopamine receptors in the brain's basal ganglia is responsible for...

Infants at lower risk from digestive disease if introduced to cereal early

...-sensitive enteropathy, might have less chances of happening to children who are genetically more susceptible to this disease who are exposed to gluten containing food like cereals at the age of 4 months onwards than the children who are introduced to cereals at any other than during 4-6 months. Gluten-sensit...

Scientist discover secrets of ageing

...g into focus the concept of programmed cell deaths happening during ageing. Researchers are hopeful that such knowledge can lead to ways to restore loss of hearing by protecting the DNA of the mitochondria from the genetical mutations. Such insight could also lead to strategies to restore some functions such...

Stem Cell Therapy For Treating Heart Attacks

... patients will participate in this study, which is happening at several sites across the country. Results are not expected until mid-2006. Ultimately, the goal is to develop a widely applicable treatment to repair and reverse the damage done to heart muscle that has been infarcted, or destroyed, after losin...

And now it is vaccines for heart disease

... blocking this enzyme. With such innovations happening in the field of immunology, people who are at risk for heart disease can breathe easy....

Newborns Know how to make eye contact

...to be a signal of alarm that tells us something is happening where the other person is looking. Farroni and her colleagues studied 17 healthy newborn infants who were between 2 and 5 days old. For the study, each infant was seated on a researcher's lap in front of a video screen. Two photographs of a woman w...

Biotech drug causing anemia-EPREX

... into a vein. However the reason as to why this is happening is not very clear. The German medical professor Eberhard Ritz, who co-chaired the session, said that the answer to this mystery lies in the way Eprex is formulated and not in the drug itself. French physician Jerome Rossert, one of the first to repo...

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