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Ayurvedic Therapies Cashing In On Medical Tourism

...se, mouth and throat called "sirovasthi", in which lukewarm herbal oils are poured into a cap fitted on the head. Most of the major Ayurveda resorts have also formulate special ayurveda kitchens to enhance the effect of the oil treatment. Clients while going through the Ayruvedic experience are put on a stri...

Assam Recruits Doctors to Serve in Rural Areas

...anta Biswa Sarma told reporters here. Due to the lukewarm response from doctors for government jobs, health authorities will welcome retired medical practitioners for the interview. 'A retired doctor, if willing to serve in a rural area, will be paid a consolidated salary of Rs.15,000 a month, besides the...

Handling skin irritation induced by Radiation Therapy

... ? Avoid tight fitting blouses and bras. ? Use lukewarm water and mild soap that is recommended by the radiation oncology team on the treated area. ? Avoid using ice packs, commercial deodorants and skin care products on the treated skin. The patient has to remember that the skin reactions are the temp...

Good Morning! "Have Safe Sex Please"

...vendors and at pan (tobacco) shops but we met with lukewarm response," said Ashok Kumar, the director of Andhra Pradesh State for AIDS Control Society. The papers were sent around to more than 50 villages and two towns in the area. Andhra is the worst affected state in the country. There were nearly oine mi...

Antipsychotic Drug Controls Some Symptoms in Autism Disorder

...ion surprised her. “The researchers seemed to be lukewarm towards their positive findings,” said Levy, who was not involved with the study. “From my personal experience, this medication can be quite helpful for behavioral difficulties.” The Cochrane reviewers and Levy stress that parents and caregivers sh...

Manmohan Singh to Meet UN Chief, Discuss Climate Change

...g greenhouse emissions by 2050. She has met with a lukewarm response, especially from the U.S., where greenhouse emissions have risen 1.6 per cent a year since 2000, and by two per cent annually as far as the other G-8 countries are concerned. Dr. Singh is likely to speak about India's own earnestness to ra...

BMA Calls for Flexible Working as Number of Women Doctors Swell

...uation their desire to practise medicine is either lukewarm or weak. Fewer than a fifth (16%) are confident that they will automatically get a job on completion of their training. Dr Hilborne says: These are times of terrible anxiety for junior doctors. Those that do succeed in getting posts will have to wo...

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