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Marriage does not have much impact on life satisfaction

...their spouse, but as time goes on they do not stay miserable for the rest of their lives. They return to their former level of life satisfaction....

Chronic cough can lead to depression

.... People who suffer from chronic coughs often feel miserable and socially isolated, leading to depressive feelings. Chronic coughing may be due to post-nasal drip, asthma and gastro esophageal reflux. These symptoms may happen individually or in combination. At times the cough may be the only complaint the pa...

Tumour marker for detecting early Recurrence of Thyroid cancer may be soon available

...worked fairly well, except that some people became miserable after they stopped taking their synthetic thyroid hormone and became hypothyroid,” Kloos says. “Some patients claimed that they'd rather die of their disease than go through that regularly.” Hypothyroid state leads to fatigue, weight gain, constip...

Rise in Stress among Americans

...ong the Americans. Many of the people were feeling miserable and depressed // . They were hopeful that the New Year would bring happiness and joy. The survey was conducted among 1000 people belonging to various fields above 18 years of age. The levels of depression and stress were highest from 1990s. The mai...

Hwang Woo-Suk Apologizes For Fabricating Research

...first public appearance in three weeks. "I feel so miserable that it's difficult even to say sorry." Two days earlier, a Seoul National University panel investigating Hwang concluded he had never cloned human embryos and had purposively fabricated results for two landmark papers published in the Science jour...

High Court: Disabled Baby Should Live

... inhuman to allow a boy to continue to lead a very miserable quality of life, and hence had requested the High Court to grant a declaration to permit them to withdraw the life support. This is perhaps the first case, where the doctors treating a patient, who is physically disabled, rather than mentally, have s...

Neglect of the Elderly by the Community

...gland, like healthcare, is miserably patchy, often miserable and often unavailable. Home help goes only to the neediest; many who need just a little help in the home get no assistance from social services and many of those who qualify for services cannot afford the charges. Elderly people with savings or hom...

Work Permit Required For Indian Doctors in Britain

...usands of them unemployed and reduced to living in miserable conditions and availing themselves of free food served in temples and gurdwaras in London and other parts of Britain. The new rules will adversely affect those who had managed to find work in the NHS. He said for even minor jobs, applications from ...

Mouse Model Beneficial to Study of Head and Neck Cancer

...tion, the quality of life for survivors is usually miserable because the location of the cancer often destroys structures critical to speaking, breathing and swallowing. In their research, Wang and her colleagues engineered a strain of mice to specifically lack expression of the transforming growth factor be...

Proteins – A New Way to Treat Children's Muscle Diseas

...he children also often become uncharacteristically miserable and fractious and they may complain of tummy pain. Heat shock proteins (HSP) are a group of proteins whose expression is increased when the cells are exposed to elevated temperatures. Production of high levels of heat shock proteins can also be tri...

Help Near At Hand For Elderly With Disturbed Sleep

...ant to address sleep problems, which can make life miserable and frequently can be solved, Dr. Gammack says. She suggests patients with sleep problems keep a diary for a week or two that includes tracking usual wake-up and bedtimes, timing and size of meals, amount of exercise, medications and descriptions o...

Pakistani Child is India's Youngest Liver Transplant Recipient

...t it was unsuccessful. "The next few months were miserable for the infant - his physical growth was retarded. When he came to our hospital, his weight was just six kg. We worked on his health and after six weeks his weight was increased to over nine kg - which is what it was at the time of operation," Mohan ...

Experts Call for Rotavirus Vaccine for All

...having such an effective tool to prevent a common, miserable disease affecting infants and children,” Professors Graeme Barnes and Ruth Bishop say in an editorial. “Rotavirus vaccine is not only justified on the basis of disease burden, but will be welcomed by all who care for sick children. “There is no r...

Commonplace Sugar Compound Silences Seizures

... piece of bread. But ketogenic regimens can be a miserable experience. "The kids can't eat any sugar at all. Imagine no bread or Christmas cake," says Roopra. But 2DG would work as an effective substitute because it enters cells and clogs up certain cellular enzymes. As a result, the body can't use its own g...

Revolutionary Pill Promises Relief for Hay Fever Sufferers

...or prescription. Trials conducted in hundreds of miserable hay fever suffers have given dramatic results, bettering even usual treatments of anti-histamines and steroid nasal sprays. As says Professor Stephen Durham, of Imperial College London, who is investigating the long-term benefits of the drug, “One...

Coping With Homesickness

...ildren who leave home to be part of some camp feel miserable and homesick. This happens more often when children leave home for the first time. One out of fourteen may experience severe symptoms like lack of appetite, and difficulty in falling asleep. Intensely homesick children just cannot shake away thoughts...

Indian Doctors in Britain Lose Legal Battle

...usands of them unemployed and reduced to living in miserable conditions and availing themselves of free food served in temples and gurdwaras in London and other parts of Britain. After the outcome of the judicial review was announced, Ramesh Mehta, President of BAPIO, thanked the many hundreds of doctors who...

Work Less to Sustain Planet Earth, Say Activists

...hard to decrease sustainability and it's making us miserable -- just look at how antidepressants are on the rise," he says. Americans work more hours than anyone else in the industrialized world. According to the United Nations' International Labor Organization, they work 250 hours, or five weeks, more than ...

More Than Humour or Great Look It is the Kissing Skills That Work Wonders!

...hree Brits have dumped a lover because they were a miserable kisser. Eight out of the ten people who answered the questionnaire given by the website said that being a bad kisser was likely to mean the end of a relationship. This was followed by using the tongue too much, having too much saliva, and bad bre...

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