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Influence of Celebrities on Breast Cancer Awareness

...but the campaigns following the disease should not mislead the public by activating the panic button regarding the disease prevention. The first celebrity to speak out was Betty Ford, wife of president Gerald Ford, who did a great deal to raise awareness of breast cancer in 1974, and detection rates rose imm...

Does Magnet Therapy Posses Healing Powers?

...rch done by these people tells that lay people are mislead thinking that magnets do relive pain. The researches say that every year about $300 million is spent by the public in US and $1 billion across the world on magnetic bracelets, insoles, wrist and knee bands, back and neck braces, and even pillows an...

Take it if you can - Tough Times in Life Churn out Greenhorns

...ue- in short they are more suggestible, and easily mislead which may in turn impact upon their future life choices; they might succumb to peer pressure more readily." 'Adverse life experiences' examined included major personal illnesses/injuries, miscarriage (from the male and female perspective), difficul...

WHO Calls For More Regulation On Tobacco Products

...d and marketed with names and packaging that might mislead consumers into believing that they are less dangerous than conventional cigarettes, WHO said. Smokeless tobacco products, such as snus and snuff, previously popular in a limited number of countries, were being marketed heavily elsewhere to specific ...

Over 400 CRPF Men Addicted to Drugs and Alcohol: Survey

...s designed in a manner that even if a man tries to mislead the analysts, he would not be able to do so. He further added that the problem of alcoholism and drug abuse could be due to work pressures and the tensions of staying away from families. Officials said that a separate programme to identify HIV/AI...

Labeling of Dairy Products with Trans fat labels, Misleading to Consumers

...urally contain trans fats and labeling these could mislead consumers giving milk and cheese a bad name, according to an expert on the health effects of fats.// Dutch Professor Ronald Mensink and his colleague proved in 1990 that artificial trans fats raise bad cholesterol levels. However he said, the worl...

Apollo doctors Summoned in Rahul Mahajan case

...agement and its doctors of deliberately trying to mislead the probe into alleged drug abuse by Rahul Mahajan. The chargesheet filed before the Additional Chief Meteropolitan Magistrate alleged that the private hospital and its six doctors, at the instance of a close acquaintance of the family of late BJP l...

Baba Ramdev's Claims to Cure HIV by Yoga

...e next couple of years. The reported statement may mislead the masses and undo the immense efforts that countless social activists, volunteers and organizations have rendered over the years to check the spread of the epidemic by promoting safe behavioural practices. National AIDS Control Organization, thr...

McCain Chips in With a ‘healthy’ Variety of Chis

...vertime. A blanket go-ahead for chips may actually mislead the public, they aver. Miranda Watson, consumer group spokeswoman said, "Many people think of chips as being unhealthy, but as McCain has shown, that is not always the case. The traffic lights show this very clearly and having them will help consum...

Ayurveda Firm's Name Change Irks Experts

...d (KAPL) to Kerala// Ayurveda Ltd, saying it could mislead patients and tourists. The Kochi-based KAPL has been a leading name in Kerala's ayurveda sector and its fame rose when it merged with the Mauritius-based Katra Health Care Ltd, which is involved in agri-business and healthcare apart from other sec...

Bladder Infection Drug, Ditropan Could Trigger Hallucinations in Both Adults and Children

...ndicated that inadequate warning on the drug could mislead the public. The FDA intends to modify the precautions on the label of the drug, to caution consumers against possible side-effects. Johnson and Johnson, manufacturers of this drug, said that the warnings on the drug mention potential side-effects s...

Faulty Hormone Tests Compromised Healthcare Of Breast Cancer Patients

...es. Tilley said Eastern Health never intended to mislead anyone while dealing with a continuing investigation into problems with how hormone receptor test results have been disclosed. Peter Dawe, executive director of the Newfoundland and Labrador branch of the Canadian Cancer Society, appreciated the ap...

Was Paris Conning Doctors With Fake Illness?

... and that he even hinted that Hilton was trying to mislead medics. Steve Whitmore, LA Sheriffs department spokesperson confirmed that Waldie, informed the judge about the hotel heiress house arrest. Whitmore added that Judge Sauer was prejudicial, and that he decided the sentence even without seeing Hilt...

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