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Jharkhand Village Shocked to Know About Its Huge HIV Positive Population

...xperts say Vishnugarh's case is just the tip of an iceberg and that the HIV problem has assumed alarming proportions, despite awareness programmes. Village elders were holding public meetings to create awareness about the deadly virus as worried locals were seen scampering to get themselves tested. Havi...

NCPAP Decreases Cerebrovascular Risk in OSA Patients

...ically identified stroke represents the tip of the iceberg in terms of cerebral vascular disease by a least an order of magnitude," he continued. "Small, but strategically placed lesions in the brain can produce clinically obvious stroke. For example, a lesion of only a few millimeters in diameter that is lo...

Breast Cancer linked to Gene Risk

... only dealing with the two that are the tip of the iceberg but underneath there is a whole raft of other genetic faults that may only slightly increase your risk." Genetic faults in 531 close relatives mainly sisters and daughters, of 277 women with breast, ovarian or both cancers were tested by Evans and...

Heavy weight truths about NSW residents

...tile of the obese as the it could be the tip of an iceberg heralding a spectrum of health disorders like heart disease, stroke and diabetes which are interlinked with obesity. The Health minister has urged the Health department to take immediate action to tackle the same. MST...

Life expectancy has increased… so has the disability rates!

... the whole health system. "This is a significant iceberg waiting for us to hit,'' Australian Medical Association president Dr Mukesh Haikerwal said. "We know there is a problem around looking after people with disabilities. "The social support they are going to require will be quite significant.'' Dr Hai...

Sexual Assaults Rampant In NHS Mental Units

... as required by the rules. "Is this the tip of the iceberg or is this the whole iceberg?" he asked....

Grapes, Melons Implicated in Outbreaks

...ing lettuce to increase its shelf life. By dipping iceberg lettuce into warm water baths, the vegetable resists brown discoloration.However, Larry Beuchat, research professor of food safety at the University of Georgia, Athens, found the treatment also apparently facilitates growth of Listeria monocytogenes,...

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