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Counseling to Mothers Against too Much Shaking of Children

...f age. So, they've already experienced some of the irritating crying that goes on. Service members who are returning home after deployments must also attend this class as a part of their debriefing, the hospital stresses. To avoid the stresses from excessive baby crying, one could play music, take the baby...

Hookah Could Be as Harmful as Cigarettes

...etened, flavored tobacco makes smoking hookah less irritating than smoking cigarettes. The novelty, mystique and social camaraderie surrounding this ancient practice, which originated in Persia and India, is another reason for its spread, said Thomas Eissenberg, a professor at the Institute for Drug and Alco...

Tears Reveal Some of Their Deepest Secrets to Researchers

...se disorders.” Dry eye is really a collection of irritating symptoms that includes microscopic damage to the front of the eye. The eyes may ache, burn, feel extremely dry or excessively tear. The researchers report their findings in the current issue of the journal Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Sci...

Antacids also control oral bacteria

...e stage for gum disease. When it's not secreting irritating chemicals itself, F. nucleatum acts as a binding site for other dangerous oral bacteria that cannot directly attach to tooth surfaces on their own. These bacteria, dubbed "secondary colonizers," rely on the help of F. nucleatum, which serves almost l...

Vaccine for ear and sinus infections to be developed…

...he researchers, the vaccine will aim at preventing irritating problems unlike the other vaccines on the markets that are life saving. "We are now in an era where we look to vaccines that make life better," said Dr. Michael Pichichero, a professor of microbiology, immunology, pediatrics, and medicine at the Un...

Respiratory Problems In 9/11 Rescuers

...g function, but added that the massive exposure to irritating alkaline dust could possibly increase some workers' future risk of developing emphysema and lung cancer. "My personal opinion is that when the towers collapsed a lot of building materials were pulverized so there was a lot of cement in the dust, whi...

'Awake cardiac surgery' performed at Madurai hospital

...n advantages of the procedure is the absence of an irritating tube in the throat (used for anaesthesia) for the patient. According to Kumar, another advantage is that the blood pressure variation during the surgery is reduced to minimum and patient is spared the discomfort of a tube in the nose and throat. The...

New Reflux Disease Technology More Comfortable, Not More Effective

...the day that you are using it, and it's definitely irritating to your sinuses and your nose," Mark said. The newest pH monitoring technology works through a wireless probe that is clipped to the muscular valve at the lower part of the esophagus. Mark's team gathered research on wireless pH monitoring to eva...

The Multi-Faceted Chemical Benzene

...plastics, and pharmaceuticals. Benzene is mildly irritating to the skin, eyes, respiratory tract and can cause central nervous system depression and arrhythmias to persons acutely exposed. Benzene damages the bone marrow and can cause a decrease in red blood cells, leading to anemia. It can also cause excessi...

Azathioprine Can Soon Revolutionize Eczema Treatment

... treatment with azathioprine was found to cure the irritating skin condition. Although the drug can have serious side effects such as increased susceptibility to infections, it can be minimized by modulating the drug dosage depending on the ability of the patient to metabolize the drug. 'I'd tried everything ...

Oil Depot Fire Pollutes Air

...ther treatment. The smoke from site is capable of irritating the eyes, making people cough, and feel nauseous. The elderly people and suffers from asthma are likely to be affected by the smoke. The Hemel Hempstead General Hospital has made provisions for people who may suffer from complications because of the ...

Amnioinfusion does not reduce risk of meconium aspiration syndrome

...Although it is sterile, inhaled meconium is highly irritating to the lung when the infant takes its first breaths. It can cause a partial or complete blockage of the baby's airways when exhaling, making it difficult to breathe. Meconium alters the amniotic fluid, reducing antibacterial activity and subsequen...

The Benefits Of Calcium Supplements

...acts, one possibility is that calcium prevents the irritating and cancer-promoting effects of bile acids and other fats in the bowel....

Understanding Restless Legs Syndrome

Restless legs syndrome is an irritating feeling of uneasiness, tiredness and itching deep in the muscles of the legs. The symptoms can be painful // and often worsen at night. A new study aims to better understand the common condition called restless legs syndrome. Studies on restless leg...

Laser technique assists beard problem

...s that develop after shaving. Many men suffer from irritating 'razor bumps' after they shave.// The medical name is pseudofolliculitis barbae (PFB) and it occurs when the relatively sharp end of a shaved hair grows back into the skin, forming bumps on the face and neck. Some men find PFB painful and it may even...

A sunscreen from the sea

...leted tests indicate that the new sunscreen is not irritating to use as it has low allergenic activity. Sunscreen 855 is a fully protected invention, following a lengthy patenting process. After 10 years of development, the final international patent was issued only last January....

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