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Harmison Ruled Out Off Test Series Due to Hernia

...et Harmison play on. He had hoped to play a full part in the series against India and then participate in Durham's first domestic final in the Friends Provident Trophy at Lord's August 18 before having surgery. But he suffered a recurrence of the problem during Durham's county championship match again...

Men Could Overcome Erectile Dysfunction Through Group Psychotherapy

...e dysfunction can overcome their problem by taking part in group psychotherapy, according to a Cochrane Sy...other psychosocial stresses can play a significant part in erectile dysfunction. In the course of study, the researchers drew data from nine randomised tr...

CT Scan Radiations may Lead to Cancer

...e reduction strategy that reduces radiation during part of the cardiac cycle) decreased these risk estimates to 1 in 219 and 1 in 5,017, respectively. Estimated cancer risks using ECTCM for a 60-year-old woman and a 60-year-old man were 1 in 715 and 1 in 1,911, respectively.A combined scan of the heart ...

Playing Music Helps Women Relax During Colposcopy

...nd it is important that we encourage women to take part in screening tests. Using the best ways of helping women relax during the process makes it less unpleasant and could consequently help increase the numbers of women who take up the offer of screening, says lead researcher Dr Khadra Galaal who works a...

Spraying Saline Water into Nose may Reduce Nasal Passage Infections

...lieve symptoms, and it is now often recommended as part of a programme of treatment in conventional medicine. A team of Cochrane Researchers considered the data presented in eight separate randomised trials and 16 other studies, involving a total of 1659 patients, that examined the potential benefits of ...

FDA Approves First Artificial Cervical Disc

...vice. FDA will continue to monitor the device as part of the agency's overall effort to ensure that products remain safe and effective once they reach the marketplace....

Gardasil Could Be Effective, but Aggressive Marketing Raises Ethical Concerns

...t of the campaign is the Make the Connection bead, part of a create-it-yourself bracelet kit that will hel...rvical cancer and meet the young actresses who are part of the campaign:, so gushed a website. It is estimated that 563 million people were reached by the...

Fortis Plans Multi-speciality Hospital in Jaipur

...to set up a super speciality hospital in Jaipur as part of its initiative to expand its operations in Raja...up two or three, 100-bed hospitals in the state as part of its expansion drive. "We are also keen on entering into a public-private partnership model on h...

20 Mg Rimonabant Per Day may Help to Quit Smoking

...this chemical disrupts the endocannabinoid system, part of the hormonal control mechanism in the brain tha...hese CB1 receptor antagonists could therefore form part of a therapeutic programme aimed at helping individuals quit smoking, although this drug has not yet...

Food Cravings are Linked to Weight Managenemt

...calories, Roberts deduces. The study, which was part of the one-year CALERIE trial, involved 32 overweight but otherwise healthy women, 20 to 42 years of age, who were randomly assigned to two diets that differed in glycemic load, a measurement of how quickly the carbohydrates in a persons diet are con...

US Health Insurance Firms Suspend Sales, Promise to End Fraudulent Practices

...k, director of the Center for Beneficiary Choices, part of Medicare. Insurance companies agreed to adopt new marketing guidelines, including making information about the health plans readily available to medical providers and contacting beneficiaries to ensure they understand the program's rules. They ...

Take a Break Inbetween Exercise

...elp [in keeping up with fitness]. This finding is part of a study entitled Enhancement of fat metabolism by repeated bouts of moderate endurance exercise, found in the June 2007 edition of the Journal of Applied Physiology, which is published by the American Physiological Society. Summary of Methodolog...

Group Therapy and Willpower can Help Smokers to Quit

... the craving and headaches, which usually occur as part of the nerve- wracking withdrawal symptoms although the smoker does realize that he no longer needs cigarettes and becomes more amenable to therapy. Such substitute products are however ineffective in the long-term since they cannot diminish physic...

India Grapples With First Bill to Stop Workplace Sex Harassment

...n, as few as 1.5 million can be considered to be a part of the formal sector that would be protected by such legislation. Still, for those women a law would be welcome news, as discrimination and harassment in offices are seen as rife. In a 2005 case, Indian air force pilot Anjali Gupta was court-mart...

New Book Gives Gruesome Account of India Girl Killings

...lthy suburb of the Indian capital. The suburb is part of a state with one of the country's worst gender ratios -- just 820 females for every 1,000 males -- showing the preference for sons is deeply rooted even among families with high income and education levels. The government continues to grapple fo...

Alcohol may Help You to Be Cool

...riving, and those who stayed sober. In the first part of the study, 48 healthy male social drinkers betw...ds of shocks they chose to hand out. In the next part of the study, the researchers required 120 men, some drinkers, some no, to simultaneously perform a ...

People Living Near Nuke Facilities at Higher Risk of Leukemia

...facilities show an elevated risk of leukemia . As part of their study, researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina carried out a sophisticated meta-analysis of 17 research papers covering 136 nuclear sites in the US, Canada, the UK, France, Germany, Japan and Spain. Findings revealed that d...

Genetic Variation may Increase Premenstrual Depression Risk

...rger studies, we would argue that this may explain part of the variance among women in the susceptibility to developing this mood disorder. Studies have shown that PMDD is characterized by abnormal sensitivity to reproductive steroids like estrogen. As a receptor for the hormone that can trigger the onset...

AIIMS Fined Rs 5 Lakhs for Negligence

...man as cancer patient and removing her breast as a part of treatment, nine years ago. The Commission Bench headed by Justice J D Kapoor held the hospital guilty of causing "depression, inferiority complex and permanent disfigurement" to 50-year-old Ayesha Begum who underwent surgery after the doctors wr...

Obesity, a Risk Factor for Developing Multiple Myeloma

... School, and Harvard School of Public Health. As part of the study, researchers analysed data of over 100,000 participants in the on-going Nurses Health Study and Health Professionals Follow-up Study. The Brigham and Womens Hospital-based Nurses Health Study followed the health of female registered n...

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