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HIV infected patients can travel safely abroad

...eir passenger is HIV positive. These incidents not only scar these victims emotionally but also make them ...e they travel and most importantly they can travel only if their physicians tell them that their immune status is good. Otherwise they would be exposing the...

Gujarat quake-Rescue teams give up hope of finding more survivors

...s and medicines to the victims of the quake. It is only in such situations that we rally behind each and help unknown faces come out of their misery. Let the good work continue....

Nasal Spray Could Take Drugs Direct to Brain.

...stops at the blood-brain barrier,” Frey said. “The only way to get it to the brain would be by drilling a hole in the skull and putting the drug in that way. Not a very practical approach.” The nasal spray allows the drug to travel to the brain along “neural pathways directly to the brain,” he said. For ...

Now AIDS treatment comes dirt-cheap

...d, where treatment for many AIDS patients is still only a dream. But for the hapless HIV positive victims this news will surely bring some cheer that there is still some chance left. There still is some light at the end of the tunnel....

Stem cell research- now Nobel Laureates join the debate

...and said. "Just as war is too important to be left only to generals, the killing of human beings in medical research is an issue too important to be left only to scientists, even Nobel laureates." As of now the arguments continue but the matter is sure to re...

Children suffer the most when parents divorce

...ldren, instead of doing the children good, it will only do more damage to the kids, the authors of the study say.Dr. Allan Booth and Dr. Paul R. Arnato of Pennsylvania State University in University Park conducted the exhaustive study over a seventeen-year period and studied over 2000 married individuals ...

Are cancer patients being taken for a ride?

... of time, the harmful side effects become apparent only later and at times many lives are at stake. This issue of drug trials has already opened up a Pandora’s box and it is sure to be a raging debate for a long time to come...

Lure of the home turf brings back NRI doctors

...rain in the healthcaresector, which is expected to only grow over time. The emergence of moderncorporate and investorowned hospitals in the country is steadily luring moreand more NRI doctors back to home turf. And unlike other sectors, where compensations at par with international levelshave been the mai...

Not all tooth pain may have dental origins!!

...he masses. So much so that patients visit dentists only with terminal problems or when the pain becomes unbearable.A small problem is easier to cure but because of the lackadaisical attitude of the patients, the problem is allowed to mushroom into a major problem the treatment for which is complicated.Dr....

India takes on foot-and-mouth disease by vaccinating animals

...inary Research Institute (underICAR), which is the only government-aided institution that has been has bee...inated at least twice a year as it givesprotection only for 6 months. In the case of calves it may have to be vaccinated three times. In a developedcountry...

Skinny people need to exercise too

...ease. But almost everyone feels that exercising is only for obese and fat people. But recent study shows that skinny people are also prone to developing heart diseases because fitness and fatness are both important factors in the genesis of various heart ailments. Dr. Peter T. Katzmarzyk of York Universi...

Diabetic testing gets easier

...abetic. This disease cannot be wished away. It can only be controlled...

“Don’t fear long haul flights!” Vascular surgeon tells travelrs

... called thrombo embolism. But this need not occur only in passengers who travel long distance flights according to Dr. Scurr. “This is really about a change in our habits. There has been a general realization recently that people get on planes, drink far too much and just sleep - all bent up. That's all...

Patients often assume wrongly that they are allergic to penicillin

...sessed by skin allergy testing. Salkind said that only around 2% to 5% of the general population has a true allergy to penicillin. These allergic reactions, which can be measured by the presence of antibodies in the body, may cause such symptoms as breaking out in severe rashes and breathlessness. Howev...

ATG useful in transplant patients as substitute for steroids

..., compared to 14 percent in the steroid group, and only 50 percent of those receiving rabbit ATG developed recurrent hepatitis C or diabetes, compared to 70 percent of those on steroid treatment. For those who are contemplating transplants but are worried about rejections and other steroid induced react...

Scientists plan human cloning clinic in the United States

...e. The 277 attempts yielded a mere 29 embryos, and only one of them survived to term. Multiple flawed embr...ori emphasized that they would offer the technique only to infertile couples. They claim to have 10 infertile couples already on board. Source : BMJ, Vol17...

Antidepressants come in handy for patients on treatment for hepatitis, cancers and multiple sclerosis

...epressant Paxil for two weeks before chemotherapy, only 11% developed depression. Dr. Andrew H. Miller, M...d news is that Paxil and other antidepressants not only help alleviate the depression that could cause people to stop treatment, but also help in other ways...

Paracetamol May Cause Live Damage Warns Consumer Education and Research Centre

...f paracetamol cannot be brushed aside. The idea is only to alert the consumers against the potential side effects...

Vedic vibration technology- the new cure for arthritis

...ow effective and how successful this treatment is, only time can tell....

Diabetes and Depression often go hand-in-hand

...ations. Therefore, treatment of a mood problem not only improves the mood, but also improves blood sugar control. So cheer up. Fight depression and diabete....

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