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Lure of the home turf brings back NRI doctors

...i-speciality hospital at Mohali i June, have NRI's heading all theirspeciality divisions. ``We have nine doctors on board so far, of which 5 are from the US,'' saysdirector, corporate marketing, Fortis Healthcare, Janak Bajwa. At Max, five out of the 35 doctors on board are from the US. Max recentlyopened up...

Combating insomnia with warm feet

... Barbara Berger, Clinical Assistant Professor, are heading the research, which is using warm booties as a way to help people with insomnia fall asleep and stay asleep. The idea, says Shaver, is that better sleep occurs when the body temperature naturally lowers in the evening. By wearing warm booties before ...

Stress triggers acne

One of the main concerns of teenagers heading back to school is the attack of acne on their skin. Dermatologists at UT Southwestern Medical Center say that stress is one of the main causes for an attack of acne. Mounting stress produces increased secretion of the hormone androgen //which result...

Women not Getting Screened Adequately

...ngs from a new study researchers say women who are heading to the doctor for a Pap smear and mammogram, might be missing out // on getting screened for the number three cancer killer in women. Researchers say that women might now also need to add colorectal screenings to the list. To compare cancer-screenin...

Autism epidemic is a myth- says a new study

...to a fear in the world community that // we may be heading towards an autistic epidemic. However a recent report, which was published in the journal Current Directions in Psychological Science, points out that this is not true. The report points out to certain facts that belie the fear of having an autistic ...

Elderly People Needs To Tackle The Heat Effectively

... little easier during the summers. In addition to heading for the air conditioning, staying out of the sun, and wearing loose, light clothes, the report also suggests the following guidelines. 1. Review your medicationsPainkillers, for example, can reduce awareness of the heat. Talk to your doctor abou...

Transplant helps diabetes

...s insulin injections daily. Researchers are slowly heading towards closer to a cure for this disease. Some medical research centers in the U.S. and Europe conducted experiments on people with severe Type I diabetes by transplanting insulin-producing islet cells combined with less toxic antirejection drugs. T...

One-year sentence for HIV-positive woman

...s at a Canadian Forces base shook the military, is heading home to Newfoundland to serve her sentence. Justice Michele Fuerst also sentenced her to a three-year probation. Justice Fuerst said Murphy displayed 'extraordinarily poor judgment' in engaging in sexual intercourse and oral sex with two men at ...

Malaria Warnings On The Rise in UK

... agency, "We are strongly urging British travelers heading to malarious destinations, such as The Gambia, to seek pre-travel medical advice and to take the anti-malarial medication that they should be prescribed prior to, during and after their trip." HPA is particularly concerned about people going to Gamb...

Campaign Against Witchcraft In Orissa

...o familes and have their own lands. Naik, who is heading the campaign, says he is optimistic that his entertaining way of communication will bear results and create awareness among the primarily tribal region. "The main benefit of this campaign is that people will now try to understand the cause and effe...

Cord Blood therapy for bone regeneration

...essor Paul Genever, Department of Biology would be heading the project which will be using Mesenchymal Stem cells isolated from Cord blood stem cells for treatment of bone disorders. The project is aimed at using the two million units of Cord blood stored in Europe for use in medical treatment. Department ...

A Royal Flush And A White Elephant

...erwhelming Last Month King Gyanendra, who has been heading the government since his bloodless coup last year went on a three week long unofficial tour of the countries eastern districts, which has costed the cash strapped government dearly. The kings make shift bathroom alone costed over Nepalese Rs. 200.000...

Drug Firm Disowns Liability

...l that out. It is also doubtful whether the doctor heading the trial at Northwick Park Hospital in north London verbally highlighted the specific nature of the cytokine risk to the participants. The form says that that the drug could cause a hives-like allergic reaction. The volunteers were struck down with ...

India To Highlight The Potential Role Of Ayurveda In London

...nt, joint secretary in the department of Ayush, is heading the delegation. The Department of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Sidha and Homeopathy is also organising an exposition of Indian medicines during the World Health Assembly in Geneva May 24-26. Minister for Health and Family Welfare Anbu...

Top FDA Officials Were Not Part Of Plan B Decision

..."told me that he was concerned about where we were heading because he knew that I was heading towards this recommendation, and he told me that he was going to make the decision on what to do wit...

FDA chief takes decision without two senior officials’ opinion

... told me that he was concerned about where we were heading because he knew that I was heading towards this recommendation, and he told me that he was going to make the decision on what to do wit...

A Baffling New Drug Plan In Texas Town

...publican and Democratic law-makers alike, who are heading for the midterm elections in November. As the cost of their drugs reaches the initial coverage limit of $2,250, millions of beneficiaries, in the coming months, will have to pay the full cost of each medicine out-of-pocket till it reaches $3,600...

Bpos Get New Growth Pill; Pharma Mncs Come Calling

...re on the rise and almost all top global firms are heading towards India with plans to set up their R&D divisions. India ranks among the top nations for R&D spending by MNCs across all industries, and biopharma companies in the sub-continent nation have been increasingly active in securing their share of th...

Police Summoned Apollo Doctors in Rahul Mahajan’s Cas

...aid Suman Nalwa, assistant commissioner of police, heading the probe against the hospital. According to senior officials, Rahul Mahajan, son of late Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Pramod Mahajan, was treated by these doctors. They suspect the doctors had hidden some of the vital details of the case fr...

'Humiliated' Dean Contemplates Leaving AIIMS

...resignation," Deka told IANS. Deka, who has been heading the ENT department for the past 11 years, said he was so disturbed by the developments that he cancelled his trip to Russia this week. He had been invited as a guest speaker to the annual session of the International Academy of Otorhinolaryngology...

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