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Make Healthcare Accessible, Affordable, Urges Kalam

...elopment of skill in the country," he said. "The inherent benefit of digital imaging as a diagnostic tool and tele-radiology should be taken as an opportunity for reaching out to the un-reached in a cost effective manner. This would need the Indian medical equipment industry to gear up for designing and man...

Private 3D Ultrasounds Enabling Moving Pictures of Fetus may Be a Risky Proposition

...ts, a science writer, who feels strongly about the inherent risks in exposing the child to unnecessary ultrasounds, quoted the FDA which said, 'Although there is no evidence that these physical effects [of ultrasound] can harm the fetus, clinicians and the industry agree that casual exposure to ultrasound esp...

President’s Address on the ‘Tele-Radiology’ Set Up of Krst

...itions. Radiology Equipment Technology The inherent benefit of digital imaging as a diagnostic tool and the tele-radiology should be taken as an opportunity for reaching the unreached in a cost effective manner. This would need Indian medical equipment industry to gear up for designing and manufacturi...

On the 'Fast Buck' Trail: Kidneys on Sale

...to understand the underlying currents that are now inherent to the trade. Myth –Buster It has been argued that paying the donor benefits both the recipient and the donor. The recipients are ensured of a steady supply of kidneys, while it is widely believed that the donors’ economic status receives a ‘...

Rhythms of Life

...all living beings. How many of us are aware that inherent to each of our cells there is a remarkable clock that is incessantly ticking away? It has now been undoubtedly established that our body functions in accordance to a rhythm that traces its origin to this 'cellular timepiece'. Several basic functi...

Lung Cancer Risk High Among Women

... the early stages. The risk. One of the problems inherent in any screening test is that the test may suggest there is cancer when there really is none. A lung biopsy, the next step in confirming a diagnosis, is an invasive procedure and carries its own dangers. Your personal lung cancer risk. If you’re a ...

Seeing is Believing – Cigarette Packs in India to Carry Graphic Description of Risk

...rette packets will include graphic descriptions of inherent health risks caused by smoking. For instance, pictures of a corpse and mouth cancers will be displayed on the packs. Poignant pictures of a toddler with tubes in his nostrils will be part of some packs, designed to fill the smoker with dread regardin...

UF Launches Project to Bridge the Regeneration Gap

...neration researchers seek to strengthen the body's inherent healing powers. "We are bringing together the best of the developmental biology world with the best of the stem cell world and starting the conversation, with the focus on how to get regeneration to work in a mammal," said Edward Scott, Ph.D., a pr...

Counseling to Mothers Against too Much Shaking of Children

...y mothers are sufficiently educated on the dangers inherent in shaking infants too much they could handle crying babies better. According to the Department of Defense records, there are about 10 to 20 deaths that occur in infants across the military that are caused by Shaken Baby Syndrome. Such acts, even ...

Botox at Your Own Risk?

... public in 2005 had mentioned about the grave risk inherent in such botox procedures. The report had explained the risk inherent in the aesthetic fillers implanted under the skin to improve the sagging features. The fillers owe t...

A New Pill to Burn Away Unwanted Fat

...earch into muscle growth and wasting warned of the inherent potential for abuse in such drugs. He said that the role of exercise had been underplayed. "Contraction of the muscle itself is important. Exercise itself is the most highly potent stimulus of muscle growth. We must also look closer at nutritio...

Migraine and Pregnancy – Is the Combo Pregnant to Trigger Strokes

...ause and effect relationship. There could be other inherent problems like a cardiovascular disease which could have triggered the migraine and the stroke. Reiterating that these are only preliminary findings, she said, "Women with migraines that occur during pregnancy should be aware of their cardiovascula...

Migraine and Pregnancy Is the Combo Pregnant to Trigger Strokes?

...ause and effect relationship. There could be other inherent problems like a cardiovascular disease which could have triggered the migraine and the stroke. Reiterating that these are only preliminary findings, she said, "Women with migraines that occur during pregnancy should be aware of their cardiovascula...

Scientists Identify Broad Neural Response Behind Speech Reception

...Neuron, David Poeppel and Huan Luo report that the inherent rhythm of neural activity called "theta band" specifically reacts to spoken sentences by changing its phase. The researchers also note that the natural oscillation of this frequency provides further evidence that the brain samples speech segments a...

Feeding Programme Gives Hope to Tribal Mothers

...de of an otherwise grim picture. It focuses on the inherent strengths of the community and draws from the untapped resources available within it. Under the programme, the guardians of the children bring food including vegetables, rice and dal (pulses) to the Anganwadi centre. There is community participatio...

Natural Selection in Butterflies

...inary ways in which insects adapt to the pressures inherent when nearly all its members are of one gender. Notably, Charlat and Hurst reported in an earlier study that, thanks to Wolbachia, when males of H. bolina, commonly known as the Blue Moon or Great Eggfly butterfly, become a rare commodity, the numbe...

Pharmacogenomic Market Gaining Greater Acceptance Across Europe

...dous market value. Notwithstanding its benefits, inherent problems regarding time and cost associated with the development of diagnostic tests remain major restraints for market growth. Lack of education and awareness among the medical community is an additional impediment, as physicians unfamiliar with thi...

Elevated Carbondioxide may Have Negative Impact on Ecosystem

...etween some plants and insects. Many plants have inherent enzyme-based defenses that are released during insect attack. This study found that when soybeans (Glycine max) were exposed to elevated amounts of CO2 the plants became more susceptible to attack by Japanese beetles (Popillia japonica). Furthermor...

Inaccuracies in Cardiac PET-CT Scanning

...the inaccurate results. We found errors that are inherent in the technology as now used. Failure of physicians to recognize and correct those errors can have a profound impact on patients lives, said Gould, the Martin Bucksbaum Distinguished University Chair. These falsely positive results could lead to unn...

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