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The Cancer Rumour mill working over time

...ve has been established so far. It is hoped that inspite of all people being interested in their life, common sense prevails and people learn to distinguish between fact and fiction. The bottom line as they say is alls well that ends well...

Diabetic testing gets easier

...etes is to stay focused on leading a healthy life, inspite of being a diabetic. This disease cannot be wished away. It can only be controlled...

Cancer patients pursue smoking inspite of risks

...ccording to researchers,at the Hopkins University, inspite of complications, some patients continued taking these risks. In a group of 70 patients with head and neck cancer, one third smoked still and nearly half consumed alcohol. The smokers tended to be more depressed and have an overall poorer quality o...

Medication recuperates fat distribution in diabetes

...evealed an interesting redistribution of body fat, inspite of the overall weight increase. There was less of the abdominal fat that is known to be a health hazard. Instead, subcutaneous fat increased. At the same time, insulin sensitivity and control of blood sugar was increased - both of which really benefi...

Antibiotic from crab blood indentified

...ational University of Singapore had mentioned that inspite of the fact that the cells from the blood of horseshoe crabs have been used for more than 25 years to test for the presence of bacteria in pharmaceutical products and medical devices, the discovery of binding and killing properties are new. Thi...

Attitude Towards AIDS Patients – Time For A Change

...e rests largely on ignorance regarding the disease inspite of the massive awareness campaigns that has been conducted so far. Infact, a hardened cultural attitude to the disease has been cultivated, which, up to now, scientific and empirical information have found it difficult to penetrate. There is a gener...

Turkey Is Listed In The Christmas Meal Despite Bird Flu Scare

...the Christmas dinner. Turkey still remains popular inspite of the bird flu scare. The demands for Christmas turkeys have risen by 25% in Britain. Supermarket owners say that the sales of the bird //are as good as the previous year. When bird flu was spreading and was in its peak in the month of October a...

Negative Effects of Asthma Can Be Countered With Personality changes

...hma symptoms interfere with school. These children inspite of facing the stress related to urban scenario and facing asthma symptoms were associated with fewer school absences, more participation in activities, and less missed sleep. The study was published in the Journal of School Health. This study was mai...

2010 AIDS Target May Misfire, Warns United Nations

...r 40 million people are presently infected. Sadly, inspite of all the concerted efforts to curb the spread of AIDS, the epidemic has always taken the upper hand, leaving many patients in jeopardy with lack of sufficient medical infrastructure to cater to the AIDS cases....

Middle Age Obesity Elevates Risk Of Old Age Heart Disease, Diabetes

...nd middle age confers significant health benefits, inspite of traditional risk factors, and that there was a consistent propensity in obese middle-aged men and women toward hospitalization for and death from coronary heart disease, and cardiovascular disease diabetes in older age. Prof.Yan said,"These ou...

Humans are not 'peas in a pod' says a study

Individuals greatly differ from one another inspite of there superficial similarity in structure and function. Its the genetic blue-print that differentiates one from// another. A recent study done by international researchers have tapped into information that helps to understand how massive these dif...

Mosquito-borne Dengue Disease on the Rise in Five Malaysian States

...ave warned that the rise in dengue could continue, inspite of efforts by the government to control it, due to the rainy monsoon season. They have issued warnings to residents to clean their property to be rid of the larvae of the aedes mosquito, which carries the dengue virus. Symptoms of dengue are hi...

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