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One in Three Heart Attack Patients Have No Chest Pains

... As many as one-third of patients never have chest pains prior to or during a heart attack, a study publish...4 to 1998. It found that patients who had no chest pains were more likely to have delays in treatment and were less likely to receive lifesaving therapies su...

Moderate Use of Analgesics - Not Associated With Kidney Dysfunction

...en, or other pain relievers for everyday aches and pains is not associated with kidney dysfunction among healthy men. As analgesic use is so common, even small increases in the relative risk of renal dysfunction could have a significant impact on rates of renal disease. Some earlier studies have suggeste...

'Prozac miracle' could end in disaster

...violent and disturbing symptoms, including jolting pains in the head, vertigo, loss of coordination, abdominal discomfort, flu symptoms, agitation and confusion. The lawsuit alleges that the manufacturer, GlaxoSmithKline, has deliberately failed to warn doctors and patients that Paxil/Seroxat can cause s...

The cocaine danger

...loppy and pumps blood less efficiently. The chest pains which many cocaine users complain of is due to the...idespread that cocaine users presenting with chest pains are beginning to drain hospital resources. One drug abuse expert at St Mary's Hospital in London sai...

Protein signals need for heart surgery

... hospitals suffering from unstable angina or chest pains caused by an inadequate supply of oxygen to the heart. The study found that mortality rates were also reduced among patients with only slightly elevated levels of troponin who were treated quickly with anti-clotting drugs. <br...

Cure for Hepatitis B

... not have the usual side-effects such as aches and pains and hair loss.The new drug is expected to be put on the Indian market by early next year, after which it will move to pharmaceutical counters around the world....

Herbal treatment not to be sneezed at

Pollen pains spring can be a nightmare for hay fever sufferers. According to a new study in Arizona hay fever sufferers should be pointing to their garden for help and not trying to avoid it.// The study has found that a herbal treatment called butterbur is as ef...

Pain Killers Keep the Virus Away

You take aspirin for pains and to prevent heart attacks, but the little white pill may also help keep your immune system strong. A new study says aspirin and related painkillers may block the replication of a common// virus linked to potentially deadly infections in people wit...

Hormone Imbalance may lead to prolonged fatigue

...ands. Chronic fatigue is characterized by aches, pains and overwhelming tiredness. It's cause is not well understood, but some patients do improve on hydrocortisone, which is closely related to cortisol. Researchers in Germany and Switzerland have studied a group of patients with chronic fatigue and a ...

New Medication May Decrease The Frequency Of Angina Attacks

...frequency of angina attacks and help chronic chest pains sufferers exercise longer, according to new research. Researchers say when the drug ranolazine is taken with other antianginal medications, it improves the total exercise time of patients with symptoms of chronic angina. Ranolazine is currently un...

Is Surgery The Only Solution To Backache?

...the back surgery. The study suggests that the back pains may need to be looked into in totality with the preexisting conditions before deciding on surgery as a procedure. Links: http://www.aaos.org/wordhtml/home2.htm...

Ebola-like virus is on the way to cause epidemic in Angola

...ing and diarrhea. Later on it may have symptoms of pains in the thoracic region, severe internal bleeding and may even lead to death. Ebola and similar virus are very much like HIV and like it had also been known to be transmitted from monkeys. Although they are still date limited to Africa in their atta...

New Enzyme Identified For Arthritis

...uction leads to inflammations and the severe joint pains that are the symptoms of the disease called arthritis. Arthritis is a condition that not only affects the elderly, but is known to affect the children as well. Arthritis in children can affect them from the age as less as six months and have a major...

Chronic back pain may be relieved by special physiotherapy

...g relief to the people who are suffering from back pains without the help of medication and surgery, it will be a major breakthrough for patients as well as medical care providers....

Surgery of spine for back pain may not be cost effective

...ill not cause any more stress to cause severe back pains from spinal problems. The researchers had studied 349 patients with chronic back pain that was hampering their daily life. They were divided into groups of surgery and rehabilitation according to their choice. The patients were followed up were two ...

Enzyme for treatment of arthritis

...er new ways of relieving people suffering from the pains of arthritis. The researchers did the research from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Reference: Immunity, June 200...

Education And Income Level May Not Guarantee Health

...may have a build up of plaque, and may cause chest pains called angina. The condition of coronary heart disease may lead to heart attacks. For more information read: http://www.medindia.net/patients/ patientinfo/diabetes_about.htm </font...

Air Pollution Increases Risk For Heart Disease In Women

...may have a build up of plaque, and may cause chest pains called angina. The condition of coronary heart disease may lead to heart attacks....

Diabetes and heart attack diagnosis now made simple with twin magic

...ay if someone goes to an emergency room with chest pains the doctor assesses the patient's condition based on their symptoms. In order to accurately diagnose a patient the doctor has to take a blood sample, which is processed not before 6 hours for confirmation of heart attack. With a ╬╝Post test a doctor w...

Dengue fever in Delhi after the Monsoon

...ourth or fifth day. The patient develops abdominal pains with significant vomiting and the colour change in the vomit to red or black or brown indicates bleeding in the stomach. More red spots may develop on the skin and the stool will also be black in colour, which indicates internal bleeding. The perso...

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