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Research Fraud By Doctor – Probe Demanded

...cal Research (ICMR) or a government-appointed body investigates the entire scientific activity of (Dr. Ram B.) Singh, which might either clear him or support a case of scientific fraud," said C.R. Soman. He was referring to the latest issues of the two British medical journals in which they have expressed concer...

A New Focus For The Mechanism Of Nerve Growth

...motile cells," said Forscher. "Instead, this paper investigates turnover or recycling of the actin networks. As the complement to actin network assembly, recycling is necessary to prevent actin buildup that could actually impede neuronal advance." Forscher likened actin networks in the growth cone to a molecular ...

Study Offers Hope In Prevention Of Facial Paralysis

...e facial nerve is not injured//. This study, which investigates facial nerve dehiscence when cholesteatoma is also present, attempts to describe where and how often the facial nerve is most commonly missing its bony, covering. This can provide surgeons with adequate knowledge, helping them prevent a potential com...

Why Fans Drink While Watching Football

...s with 31 London youths in the age group of 18-21, investigates what they consider to be masculine behaviour and how this affects their health. 'What is really interesting is the idea of using one type of typically masculine behaviour to compensate for another. For example, men who are not confident in their spo...

Its all in the mind and the eyes: senses deceive sometimes!

... mind we have at that pint of time. An article investigates the precise effect of fatigue and physical state on the perception of environment we have, this is published in Perspectives on Psychological Science. We measure a distance farther and slopes inclined more when we are tired and stressed out. This is...

Pest Control research Leads to Pain Control Discovery

...arthritis and other inflammatory diseases. His lab investigates the mechanisms leading to immunological alterations and autoimmunity. As of 2004, physicians prescribed anti-inflammatory medication for more than 73 million patients. But many of the people suffer from pharmacological properties or side effects of...

Alternative therapy – an alternative to HRT

...a blood clot on the lungs, increases. This study investigates complementary therapies and their effectiveness in clinical studies. Of the more than 200 existing remedies, valuable scientific research has been conducted on only a few. Alternative therapies are used along with or instead of HRT by around 40% of...

Videoconferencing, an impetus to Pediatric Oncology

...January 2007 issue of the Pediatric Blood & Cancer investigates the use of videoconferencing in communicating// vital developments in healthcare between industrialized and developing countries, as a way to realize enhancements in patient healthcare. Pediatric oncology has witnessed path breaking strides in su...

Hoosiers Live at the Mercy of Nursing Homes

... Adult Protective Services, the state agency that investigates adult abuse or neglect, does not mandate that a guardian be appointed in a nursing home because it is 'a protective place,' said Milo Gray, client and legal services representative for Indiana and Protection Advocacy Services, the state agency that p...

A New Study To Examine ADHD's Role In Smoking

...y launched by Columbia University Medical Center// investigates whether these symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD) are causing people to smoke. If that is the case, will treatment for ADHD combined with the standard treatment to help people quit smoking – the patch with counseling – inc...

Insect Protein Effective for Treating Heart Enlargement, Arrythmias

...ho specializes in cardiac rhythm abnormalities and investigates the cellular and molecular mechanisms leading to arrhythmia. The researchers used a mouse model with pressure-induced cardiac hypertrophy to study soluble epoxide hydrolase inhibitors isolated in the laboratory of Bruce Hammock, a distinguished pro...

Molecular Anatomy of Influenza Virus Detailed

...linical and translational medical research, and it investigates the causes, treatments, and cures for both common and rare diseases. Source-Eurekalet SRM...

VBI Provides Potential Targets to Diabetes Therapeutics

... the body's overproduction of glucose. The study investigates ways to control the activity of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase – a key enzyme involved in the metabolic pathway used by the human body to produce glucose. Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase helps to control blood sugar levels during fasting. An ove...

What Causes Hayfever?

...t economically developed countries. A recent study investigates what causes this allergic reaction//. Dr Jo Bright and Dr John Hancock of the University of the West of England have found evidence that nitric oxide (NO) and nitrite is released by pollen grains, and they suggest that this could be what triggers t...

Pulsed Radiofrequency, a Better Option for Treating Chronic Back Pain

...n earlier work, a new study led by Dr. David Abejn investigates the use of an alternative treatment known as pulsed radiofrequency (PRF) in treating chronic back pain. It finds that the treatment yields significant improvements for herniated disc patients and notable improvements for those with spinal stenosis. S...

Surgery- Very Effective for Common Back Pain

...linical and translational medical research, and it investigates the causes, treatments, and cures for both common and rare diseases....

Rorting Health Practioners Busted

... of the Professional Service Review, (PSR) which investigates and punishes health practitioners who claim Medicare Benefits or prescribe Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) drugs inappropriately, carried out the search. The search is peer-reviewed and designed to protect patients as well as government coff...

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