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Researchers Find New Target for Anti-cancer Drugs

...nd nourishment of tumours. IL-6 was like the gas pedal driving the growth of tumours. No gas, no growth, which is exactly what we saw when we inhibited IL-6 in tumours, Counter said. Counter is encouraged that even though these findings are in cell culture and animal models, therapies based on targetin...

Jaipur Foot All Set to Launch Its Centre in Columbia

...ularity. Those who wear it can run, climb trees, pedal bicycles and drive a car - all without the aid of a stick or any support. While a prosthetic limb can cost several thousand dollars in the US, the Jaipur Foot costs only $20-28 in India. Sublimely low-tech, it is made of rubber (mostly), wood and...

Jaipur Foot Takes Off for Lebanon

...tness - those who wear it can run, climb trees and pedal bicycles - and its low price. While prosthesis for a similar level of amputation can cost several thousand dollars in the US, the Jaipur Foot costs only $20-28 in India. Source-IANS...

Indonesians to Be Fitted Jaipur-made Artificial Limbs

...ility - those who wear it can run, climb trees and pedal bicycles - and its low price. While prosthesis for a similar level of amputation can cost several thousand dollars in the US, the Jaipur Foot costs the equivalent of only $20-28 in India. Sublimely low-tech, it is made of rubber, wood and aluminium...

Erectile Dysfunction from Bike Riding

...your legs are fully extended at the bottom of your pedal stroke, and don’t tilt the seat up. ? Change your position and take breaks during long rides. ? If you feel tingling or numbness in the penis, stop riding for a week or two. What to Do about Erectile Dysfunction is a 32-page report edited by Mich...

Victims of Landmine Blasts Walks with the Help of Jaipur Foot

...ing, those who wear it are able to climb trees and pedal bicycles. It is fairly cheap - $30 in India - and is made of rubber (mostly), wood and aluminium. (Source: IANS)...

Children of Unemployed Parents at 13 per cent increased risk of death

...destrian deaths the rate was 20 times greater, for pedal cyclist deaths 27 times higher, and for deaths due to fires 37 times higher. For deaths of undetermined intent the rate was 32 times greater. The seven leading causes of child injury deaths – being a pedestrian injured in a transport accident, bein...

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