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Cure for common cold

...billion colds caught in the US each year. The drug lodges into a pocket in the virus’ coat, interfering with the germ’s ability to infect cells and make copies of itself. Other cold remedies merely suppress symptoms, like drying runny noses or coughs. In clinical trials, Picovir shortened the length of the ...

Condom vending machine to be started in Jharkand

...hs are to be opened in cinema halls, petrol pumps, lodges and markets across the state. The State Aids Control Society (SACO) of Jharkand said, "The idea to open condom booths is for safe sex. Have sex but do it safely”. The SACO, official said that "By opening such booths we want to promote use of condoms,...

Hope Lodges provides free stay to cancer patients

...ar off distances to get cancer treatment and these lodges could provide staying facilities to these patients during their treatment which would avoid unnecessary travel from the patients home town to cancer hospitals. National Cancer Institute website offers information about various funding agencies whic...

Death by Smog in California

...es and other sources. This fine particulate matter lodges in the lungs causing diseases or aggravating existing ones. The study revealed that the highest rates of smog related Studies conducted by the U.S Environmental Protection Agency's revealed that about 66 per million Californians are at a risk of co...

Researchers Develop Potent Cancer Killer From Vitamin E Derivative

...und that the vitamin E derivative works because it lodges in a groove in the structure of the Bcl-xL protein, disabling it. However, the vitamin E molecule has a long, coiled, protruding tail that keeps the molecule from fitting tightly, and more effectively, into the groove. ‘Once we identified how the...

Dental Complaints Service Launched By GDC In UK

... process works out in the way that the patient who lodges the complaint will first be encouraged to use his own dental service. If that does not resolve the problem then dental Complaints Service advisors will discuss it with the concerned practitioner and the patient. Serious complaints will be dealt by th...

Researchers Use Bubbles in Cancer Treatment and Drug Delivery

... it deforms into a long sausage-shaped bubble that lodges in the vessel like a cork. Two or three doses of bubbles will occlude most of the (blood) flow." Without blood flow, the tumor dies. Because the bubble is so big, it’s critical to get the right vessel in order not to damage it. "How flexible the ...

Therapy Decided by Risk Factors

... of a blood clot in the atria leaves the heart and lodges in an artery in the brain, a stroke results. Moreover, when the very rapid electrical signals from the atria reach the lower chambers of the heart (the ventricles) they start to beat quickly and irregularly causing palpitations and decreased blood pu...

Sleep in Mary, Queen of Scots Bed for 7,500 Pounds a Night!

...the downstairs drawing-room. Castles and hunting lodges where guests can experience the country-house lifestyle, are an important part of a business tourism market, which is now worth 911 million pounds a year....

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