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Sporty Spice Fears That She Might Never Get Pregnant

...e singer, who is a healthy size ten now, said that nowadays the pressure of being thin is even more, and that the stress affects teenagers. Its a hundred times worse than when I started out. We have to take responsibility and fight it through the media and the fashion industry because its children who are a...

A Drug That Helps Cut Alcohol Craving

...n in the last two decades. Alcohol dependence is nowadays recognized as a chronic, recurring disorder where relapses almost inevitably occur during and after the treatment, he said. He insisted that focusing on harm reduction in the short term is often much more feasible than complete abstinence....

New Strategy to Counter Problem Drinking

... goal equal to abstinence. Alcohol dependence is nowadays recognized as a chronic, recurring disorder where relapses almost inevitably occur during and after the treatment, Karhuvaara said. So focusing on harm reduction in the short term is often much more feasible than complete abstinence, he added. Karh...

Incidence Of Skin, Prostate And Breast Cancers Increasing By The Day

...eports that some types of cancer are less incident nowadays – including lung, stomach and colon cancers-while incidence of some others is increasing by the day. According to this new study published in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, incidence of skin cancer is climbing in both sexes - more men ...

Kidney Blood Flow May Explain Increased Long-Term Risks for Obese Kidney Donors

...ns for donation, people who are older or obese are nowadays more readily accepted as living kidney donors, which may expose them to a higher risk of kidney damage," according to Dr. Rook. "To ensure donor safety, it is important to identify the mechanisms through which obesity may be harmful to the remaining ...

Doctors, Nurses Face Sexual Harassment At Work Place

... women doctors and nurses have become quite common nowadays and many of them are not ready to come out openly against it.// A recent study conducted in Kolkata, West Bengal, with 135 in-depth interviews of women employees in two government and two private hospitals over a period of 11 months, has brought ou...

The Tech Savvy Patient Knocks on the Doors of Telemedicine and Virtual Clinics

...ica and irritable bowel syndrome seems more common nowadays because our modern and hectic Western lifestyles are playing some part in the illnesses we get." According to the Dr.Hamilton, though a website cannot take the place of a Doctor’s personal consultation, the website sure did give them a wealth of in...

Green Signal given to Full-Face Transplants

...r. Prof. Butler commented on the changing opinion nowadays after French surgeons reporting that bereaved families offered faces to transplant co-ordinators since Ms Dinoire's surgery. NL...

Its in your ‘hands’ to fight fatal nosocomial infectios

...d of using soap and water most health care workers nowadays resort to rubbing their hands with alcohol which has been proven to cutdown the chances of infection to almost half. Canada is the 30th nation to join hands with the WHO in taking a vow to make every effort to reduce health care acquired infection...

The Daily Struggle with Salt

...l, bread to cheese, fast-food restaurant meals and nowadays even fresh cuts of meat.// The American food supply abounds with salt and according to government data, Americans eat far too much of it. Now the American Medical Association, has been demanding that the government and the food industry reduces its...

Anabolic Steroids for Today’s Young Me

...rs and athletes to improve their performance, were nowadays becoming more popular among students, young professionals and building site workers between the ages 16 and 25. The survey revealed that they were using the drug as a short cut to a muscled and toned physique. DrugScope's chief executive Martin Bar...

Dummies, Bad For Breastfed Babies – Study Challenge

...e upset. Dummies were initially made of rubber but nowadays dummies were made of latex or silicone and come in different shapes and sizes. A partial outweighment by the finding that babies who used a dummy were less likely to suffer a cot death - sudden infant death syndrome (Sids), the authors from the Joa...

Teens And Children Are More Influenced By Hi-Tech Gadgets

... put them to skip their breakfast. Hi-tech gadgets nowadays rules over the youngsters and shape them to spend more time on it. The poll found that TV was found to be the most popular screen activity, and so teens spend more time i.e. two hours a day in watching TV. Screen time also includes homework on the...

Low Carbohydrate Diet Packs No Bone Loss

.... A more broadly used weight reducing technique nowadays is a low carbohydrate diet, but it has its own critics and side effects. One among that is the low carbohydrate diet, which replaces calories from carbohydrates with increased amounts of good quality high-protein foods like meat, poultry, fish and eg...

Finnish research: Cysteine Chewing Gum as a cure for cancers of the mouth

...n patented world wide. The owner of the patents is nowadays Finnish company Biohit Oyj. The first commercial product based on this patented method is l-cysteine containing chewing gum that was launched on the market in the 11th International Congress of Oral Cancer on May 14-17, in Italy. ‘We know that with t...

Researchers chides parents for overdosing their kids

...p overdosing the child with paracetamol. Parents, nowadays rely on medicines for treatment almost in 95% of the cases against only 67% in the early 1980’s. Life is much easier these days with medicines available over the counter. But it is necessary to bear in mind that drugs also carry with them potentially...

Comparing Breast surgery techniques

... nodes under the armpit// - is far less often done nowadays as a treatment for breast cancer. Surgeons are more likely to opt for a simple mastectomy or even a lumpectomy, which just removes the lump and conserves the breast. Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh now produce new evidence that shows ra...

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