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Blocked viens block eye sight

...make even finer cuts without causing stress to the nearby tissue....

The feel of pain

..., this was preceded by stimulation in separate but nearby areas when the "pain warning" light was switched on. Stimulation of the brain's "pain anticipation" regions is known to trigger feelings of fear or anxiety as well as other mood changes, said the team's head researcher Dr Alexander Ploghaus. And unf...

Sequencing of the Plague

...e lungs of such patients, and they cough them out, nearby people may catch "pneumonic" plague. This is always fatal without treatment. Pneumonic plague is the form feared as a latent biological weapon, as it can be released as an aerosol and can spread directly among humans, without the interposition of fl...

Memory loss associated with microbes

...rmen who noted that fish in the Pocomoke River and nearby estuaries were swimming erratically and had strange lesion marks on their skin. Investigators discovered dinoflagellates living in the water, and tests showed that the creatures caused a frightening array of symptoms. victims suffered "acute confus...

Breast feeding can alter hormones

Being nearby breastfeeding mothers can modify the length of other women's menstrual cycles, say researchers.Chemicals called pheromones given off by the mother - or their infants - made the cycles significantly longer or shorter, claims Dr.Mclintock lead research...

Plague creates panic in India

...people from the same village were being treated at nearby hospitals. Thakur said about 8000 people in the affected area had been given preventive antibiotics. Most villages and transport vehicles had been fumigated and local authorities had been asked to stay on alert....

Stopping Prostate Cancer from Spreading

...r cells to leave their original location and enter nearby blood vessels.// After entering the blood vessels, cells can easily spread to the rest of the body.Results of the study show RKIP plays a vital role in vascular invasion, the term for what happens before a tumor spreads. Tumors that produce a norma...

Free Tissue Transfer Effective in Treating Massive Skin Cancers

... had a recurrence in the same area and three had a nearby recurrence. The cancer was found to have spread to other areas of the body in three patients. Thus researchers conclude that free tissue transfer yields acceptable survival with functional and cosmetic outcomes. ...

Tissue Transfer For Treatment Of Massive Skin Cancers

... had a recurrence in the same area and three had a nearby recurrence. The cancer was found to have spread to other areas of the body in three patients.Thus researchers conclude that free tissue transfer yields acceptable survival with functional and cosmetic outcomes....

Simple Urine Test Can Help To Monitor Disfiguring Birthmarks

... do nothing, or go on to destroy the nose or other nearby tissues. What we've shown that the presence of MMPs in urine correlates with how aggressive the lesions are." News Extract from - http://www.childrenshospital.org/research/. Contact: Elizabeth Andrewselizabeth.andrews@childrens.harvard.edu617-355-6...

Bird flu infection spreads from Asia to Europe

...t have spread from undeclared poultry outbreaks in nearby China. But Juan Lubroth, head of infectious diseases for the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), says there is still cause for concern over migratory birds. The best thing to do, he says, would be to set up surveillance areas to randomly test wi...

Larynx transplant restores patient's voice after 20 years

... larynx's blood supply, they also transplanted the nearby thyroid and parathyroid glands, too. The patient now has two thyroid glands, both of which appear to work, as well as eight parathyroid glands. For three months following the surgery Heidler could not swallow. But he began to regain sensation a...

Gene Activity connected to Schizophrenia

...ers, although the investigators could not rule out nearby DGCR6 as playing a role. Karayiorgou felt that variation in the genes was over-represented in the patients with schizophrenia compared to the healthy people. More work is needed until we have a genetic profile of variation that could account for the...

Adding Credit To The Health Care Industry In India

...ted to be used by medical colleges being set up in nearby Kanyakumari and Tuticorin districts, about 900 km south of Chennai. The ansyscope, installed in the lab can read a cardiogram graph and provide a patient's health status. Another instrument that displays parameters of the autonomic nervous system ma...

233 Dead in Mumbai and Thane due to Water Borne Diseases

...g, testing and if necessary, admitting patients to nearby hospitals for further treatment with water borne diseases. . Commenting on whether the number of cases of malaria were on the rise, BMC Chief Health Executive J V Telang said, "cases of malaria are always on the higher side during the four months of...

Bird Flu Strains Detected In Wild Birds Of Mongolia

...e whooper swans living at the same site and also a nearby lake were negative for the virus. Samples collected from other live birds at the two sites were found to be negative for the virus. Whereas prior outbreaks in wild birds have happened either in close proximity to infected domestic poultry and waterf...

Encephalitis Claims 131 lives in Uttar Pradesh

...ushinagar districts, it has now spread to not only nearby Bahraich, Barabanki and Lakhimpur-Kheri districts but also to Varanasi, Sitapur and Rae Bareli located far away. The special encephalitis unit created at the Gorakhpur Medical College is finding it hard to cope with the needs of the rising number o...

Birds Flu Scare Reaches Germany

... and take them in metal boxes to the laboratory in nearby Koblenz run by the German state of Rhineland Palatinate. Some of the geese gave a last sharp twitch and died as the firemen watched. However, the swans on the same pond appeared to be healthy. Also, there was no external sign on the birds that they h...

Sharp Increase In Morning-After Pill Sales Among British Women

...ng-after pill with more women //buying it from the nearby chemist. The figure has infact doubled over the year. Alarmingly, 46 per cent of women who used it said that condom failure was the reason behind the consumption. The results of the study from the Office for National Statistics reveal that 50 per c...

Sick Swedish seagull was drunk, not affected by bird flu

...o sleep and theorized that it had eaten yeast at a nearby garbage dump and had hence gotten intoxicated. The bird flu scare is well and truly here to stay. Experts fear that any resulting pandemic could kill millions, as there is no cure for the deadly disease if the H5N1 virus mutates and starts spreadin...

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