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Experts Recommend Preventive Measures For Avian Flu To Begin From Farms

...ed. Wildlife and health experts also maintain that indiscriminate culling of wild migratory bird populations would be ineffective in preventing the spread of the disease. The outbreak of avian influenza in Mongolia has coincided with confirmations of cases in Russia and Kazakhstan. The initial reports of avian inf...

Super Bugs Contaminate UK Chickens

...that immediate attention is to given to reduce the indiscriminate use of antibiotics in animals and to // protect the spread of antibiotic resistant bacteria from farms into people. Super bugs are multiple drug resistant bacteria. British grown chickens analyzed were found to be contaminated with multi-drug resis...

Bird Flu Strains Detected In Wild Birds Of Mongolia

...hogens. Wildlife and health experts maintain that indiscriminate culling of wild migratory bird populations would be ineffective in preventing the spread of avian flu. Source: Newswise...

Chloroquine and Primaquine combination Malarial drug for resistant parasites.

... tract of the parasite in order to kill it. Due to indiscriminate abuse of Chloroquine the parasite has started to produce resistance to the drug, the parasit e can effectively neutralize the drug by developing a mechanism by which it drains the drug, so that the crystal form is not retained so the neutralized drug...

First Bird flu case reported in Turkey

... Though, wildlife and health experts maintain that indiscriminate culling of wild migratory bird populations would be ineffective in preventing the spread of avian flu, slaughtering of animals continue. The farm is located near a natural park known for its rich birdlife. Reports say that the infection should have...

Tigecycline – New Generation Tetracycline With Broad Spectrum Antibacterial Activit

...on of Tetracycline known as Glycycline. // Due to indiscriminate use of antibiotics there is an increased incidence of antibiotic resistance shown by many organisms. Staphylococcus aureus is a gram positive bacteria, which is a major cause of concern as it causes most of the nosocomial infections in hospital. Stap...

Bulgaria Agriculture Minister ban import of poultry from Macedonia and Croatia

... Though, wildlife and health experts maintain that indiscriminate culling of wild migratory bird populations would be ineffective in preventing the spread of avian flu, slaughtering of animals continue. The birds fly to warmer areas in North Africa including the Nile delta for winter. If laboratory tests prove tha...

Bird flu vaccine from wild bird flu strain

...orld Organization for Animal Health, maintain that indiscriminate culling of wild migratory bird populations would be ineffective in preventing the spread of avian flu. Wild birds, some of which are critically threatened or endangered are also being impacted directly by the H5N1 strain of influenza virus. Joseph ...

Aspirin reduces skin cancer Risk

...o increased supply of blood for the continuous and indiscriminate growth of cancer cells. COX enzyme is increased in cancer conditions and leads to increased angiogenesis. Aspirin had been found to inhibit the expression of the gene COX leading to down expression of COX enzymes leading to hindering the growth of ca...

India Marks World AIDS Day

... in the state are also reported to be indulging in indiscriminate sex further raising the chances of spreading the virus. India's health delivery system would be restructured in the next two years to provide a comprehensive package of HIV/AIDS preventive and treatment services with particular emphasis on youth, Pr...

Environmental Abuse Causes Health Hazards

...ed resistant to antibiotics and other drugs due to indiscriminate use of these drugs in poultry industry and these drug resistant strains are being transmitted to humans which have become very hard to control. Indiscriminate abuse of natural resources have lead to a shortage of clean and safe drinking water which...

The weight loss reality check – Do Fad diets and short-cut methods actually work

... off extra calories.Golden truths:1.Crash diets or indiscriminate starving does more harm than good. To lose weight and maintain, there has to be a good balance of diet and exercise. Diet should constitute foods that add nutritive value rather than calorific value. Infact, authentic slimming centers advocate a heal...

Bacteria born with drug resistance

... known that the bacteria develop resistance due to indiscriminate antibiotic exposure to the environment. In this study these samples were not exposed to antibiotics and the researchers feel that these soil bacteria are born with the resistance. The researchers feel that the bacteria by origin develop mechanisms...

Australia’s Antibiotic Favouritism Needs To Be Plugge

An infectious disease expert has warned against indiscriminate antibiotic use, saying that nearly half the antib... a case of bad habits dying hard. This practice of indiscriminate antibiotic use, has been in practice from 20-30 years , and this needs to be stopped. Instead, new m...

Golden Staph- the super bug spreads, posing a major health risk.

...The reason for this spurt can be attributed to the indiscriminate use of antibiotics as well as evolution of bacteria. It was also found during the survey that community-associated golden staph strains were gradually getting resistant to antimicrobial medicines. Community-associated golden staph commonly shows up ...

UN Conference Calls For Monitoring System To Check Bird Flu

...wild birds. 'Destruction of wild bird habitats or indiscriminate hunting of wildlife is scientifically and ethically unjustified as response,'they said in the final document. Source:(PTI News)...

Chemistry Over The Counter: Is It Just What The Doctor Ordered?

...sumers allows this practice to thrive, encouraging indiscriminate use of drugs and self-medication. Self-medicati...ted to drugs and stimulants. Tonic Mania The indiscriminate use of vitamin supplements is an alarming trend. To compensate for unhealthy eating habits, many are...

Study Findings Could Help In Developing A Better Drug Delivery System

...g surrounding cells. "As a general strategy, the indiscriminate delivery of drugs into every cell of the body for the treatment of a few specific pathologic cells, such as cancer cells, is a thing of the past," said Philip Low, the Ralph C. Corley Distinguished Professor of Chemistry. "Most new drugs under develo...

Couch potato parents make couch potato kids!

...ealth positively for life. Instead of encouraging indiscriminate television watching, even outdoor activities like gardening, walking the dog, will certainly help in ensuring more physical activity for our children...

UN Communiqué encourages programs to cut down HIV/AIDS infection rate

...ntrol the dangerous rise in HIV/AIDS, owing to the indiscriminate use of injection drugs, The United Nations/Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation// communiqué has put forward a recommendation to encourage programs that include methadone replacement, needle exchange and safer injections, with a view to bringing down th...

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