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Brain Pathway for Depression Revealed

...table hurdles to depressed people, causing them to lapse into helplessness. Reasoning that the brain is essentially a complex electrical circuit, Deisseroth's team set out to test the theory of whether brain circuitry malfunction could be at the root of depression. To explore the idea in a precise, quant...

Health Insurance- Play It Safe And Reap The Benefits

...hat around 30 percent of health insurance policies lapse because people forget to renew their policies. You cant blame the policy holders only. The insurance companies are partly responsible for that. Were supposed to send reminders a month in advance but sometimes because of negligence or system flaws it ...

Government Expels Superintendent for Not Informing Newborn Deaths

... of medical authorities. This is seen as a serious lapse on his part so we decided to relieve him from the post," state Health Minister P.K. Sreemathi told reporters here. The hospital is attached to Kerala's premier Medical College in the state capital. "We have seen the statistics from Feb 2006 and t...

Government Expels Superintendent for Not Informing Newborn Deaths

... of medical authorities. This is seen as a serious lapse on his part so we decided to relieve him from the post," state Health Minister P.K. Sreemathi told reporters here. The hospital is attached to Kerala's premier Medical College in the state capital. "We have seen the statistics from Feb 2006 and t...

Rare Case of Hepatitis B Virus Transmission Between Dental Patients Recorded

... could only speculate that there might have been a lapse in clean-up procedures after the source patient, leaving an area contaminated with her blood. HBV infection has long been a concern in dental infection control. The blood-borne pathogen is hardy, persisting in dried blood on surfaces for a week or...

TEMPE Spray Delays Ejaculation

...hat they, or their partner, could measure the time lapse between penetration and ejaculation. 20 TEMPE users and 23 placebo users completed the study and 83 per cent of all users found the spray easy to use. The majority of the TEMPE users and their partners tolerated the spray well. Three men reported...

Fresh Polio Case Reported in Jammu

...disease." Health authorities said there was some lapse in the immunisation drive in 2005, which resulted in the resurgence of the disease last year. However, they argue that the renewed zest shown in the immunisation drive would yield results soon. "We hope see a reduction in the number of fresh cases ...

Missed Vaccination Caused Largest Measles Outbreak in U.S in 2005

...fficials in her home state, Indiana. The one grave lapse from her part was that she failed to get herself vaccinated against measles before she left the country. Although the outbreak caused no deaths, three individuals needed hospitalisation, informed officials from the federal Centre for Disease Control ...

Cialis- Bringing Respite To ED Effectively

...ressive medical condition that can worsen with the lapse of time? More than 50% of men over the age of 40 years suffer from some degree of ED. In such a case, Cialis proves especially helpful for its extended period of effectiveness. Let’s list down some of the benefits that Cialis seems to have over the o...

Patient Safety Not Addressed by NHS

...ave shown that a tenth of patients suffer a safety lapse in hospital while around nine per cent suffer an infection there. In spite of these figures half of NHS trusts appears not to have taken any action to ensure the problem does not happen again, according to new data from the Commission. The Comm...

Inaccurate reporting of child physical abuse by healthcare staff

...ial worker who dealt with it, but there was a time lapse of 12-18 months." The majority of participants wanted multidisciplinary workshops, in-service education and accessible training tools. They also highlighted perceived deficiencies in the education they had already received. "There is no more time ...

AIDS Pandemic Slows Population Growth In South Africa

...o 10.9% in 2006. Lehohla said "the median time lapse from becoming HIV-positive until death due to Aids in this release is estimated to be 10 years for both males and females." There was slight difference in the figures of estimated people living with HIV between UN Aids agency and South Africa’s Hea...

Administering Polio No Mean Task In U P

...otent or fall sick. However, he said there was no lapse on part of government publicity towards polio drive. 'If there was any such lapse, the state could not have been put on the path of polio eradication,' he added. Singh said the drive against polio was in the last stage and there was no fresh case of...

Stroke Awareness Campaign Launched In Indian State

...f limbs, visual disturbances, confusion and memory lapse even if it is for a short spell. In case the right side of the body is paralyzed, people should learn to use the left side equally well, experts said. Edited IANS...

Indian Doctor Suspended For Negligence In UK

...ogised "sincerely and genuinely" for the "terrible lapse of judgment" on his part. Phillips' father Myles, of Faversham, Kent, criticised the GMC for its handling of the case. He said he would have preferred to have seen the doctor struck off the medical register. (IANS)...

Primates reveal a new dimension to human genome

... in a certain course of time. There is a huge time lapse between the mice and humans since they shared common ancestors, which makes it difficult to compare them. But primates were comparatively recent in sharing common ancestors, and hence it is more easier to make a comparative study. Consequently, non-...

Brain defect may play role in stammering

...ort chronic stuttering seems to be the result of a lapse in the brain's cortex// in the left hemisphere, the area responsible for speech. To demonstrate this, the researchers compared 10 individuals with persistent stutters to 10 people with normal speech. Using magnetic resonance imaging or MRI, they rev...

Dementia and memory linked to IQ of the teens

...imize your risks of developing dementia and memory lapse in // old age. In a study done by the scientists of the University Memory and Aging Center and other institutes, researchers have been able to discover that teenage intelligent quotient (IQ) may be related to how much dementia and memory loss can a...

New imaging technique for tracking Alzheimer's

...s. This is the first time a three-dimensional time lapse video of the progress// of Alzheimer's disease in living patients has been produced. Research teams from Los Angeles and the University of Queensland, Australia studied a group of 12 Alzheimer's patients and 14 healthy controls. They used changes in...

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