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WBC linked with periodontitis

... of the white blood cells to reach infection sites permits overgrowth of all bacteria, including harmful types," said Dr. Niederman. "Bone loss may be initiated when the amount of harmful bacteria rises above a certain level." The current research supports on earlier work by the Forsyth team and other scie...

Latest Tumor Classification More Informative

...ement of tumor type and tumor place of origin…This permits tumors with similar molecular profiles to be classified according to biological attributes rather than anatomical location , say researchers....

New Stem Cells lines will be required

...sease, Alzheimer's and diabetes. But that decision permits federal funding only on the some 50 existing stem cell lines that have already been derived. While stem cell providers the world over are looking to the National Institutes of Health to fund stem cell research on those existing lines, experts like V...

Urine testing for telomerase enzyme for bladder cancer diagnosis

...on-invasive, inexpensive, and easy to perform; and permits a quantitative evaluation of telomerase activity in cellular extracts from urine, but the test is not recommended for use in routine screening programs because of the low incidence of bladder cancer, and should be aimed at high-risk subgroups such as...

NHS Staff To Face Ban On Smoking

...nough. The only NHS property in the UK which still permits smoking at its premises is the Queen Elizabeth Hospital....

Parents Outraged Over Doctor’s Bunglin

...Court has the power to overturn the decision which permits the doctor to continue practicing. ...

New screening test for MRSA could reduce infections and costs

... missed. "A molecular MRSA detection assay (test) permits rapid identification of MRSA carriage in critically ill patients. It could help to improve MRSA control strategies, especially if it is linked to systematic on-admission screening and pre-emptive isolation of newly admitted patients," the researchers...

Indian Doctor Establishes His Name In Germany

...t has happened in a ‘non-immigration country’ that permits expatriate doctors, but licenses very few to practice privately. He started his career in the country as an assistant doctor at the Essen University Medical College in 1978. He obtained a German MD in radiology only 1986, and he also went in for a Ge...

Indian-Born Doctor Diddy Shines In Germany

... it has happened in a non-immigration country that permits expatriate doctors but licenses very few to practise privately. I'm the only Indian doctor with a one-man show in Essen. I am not too sure about the rest of Germany or Europe, but there can't be many more, said Diddy, who was born in Batala in Punj...

Work Permit Required For Indian Doctors in Britain

...Monday, April 3, employers now need to obtain work permits before employing these doctors after making a case to prove that no British or EU doctor can perform the same job. This rule effectively rules out any chance of employment for non-EU doctors. The British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (B...

Dermoscopy An Able Tool For The Fight Against Skin Cancer

...small magnifier with an illumination system, which permits the physician to visualize the morphological details of a skin lesion. The physicians were given three criteria given in the course that would help to detect possible malignant tumours were. They were asymmetry of colour or structure, presence of a n...

NHS Medics at the Receiving End

...pulates that non-EU doctors// need to possess work permits to train with the NHS. This will obviously leave many thousands in quandary and render them jobless. The government on its part says this move is motivated with an interest to safeguard the posts for UK graduates, due to supply of doctors exceedin...

Sensory Input Necessary During "Critical Periods" Of Brain Development

...erience interacts with the built-in machinery that permits the brain to change its circuits is only beginning to be understood. A new study focusing on the molecular roots of plasticity has found that visual stimulus turns up the expression of some genes and turns down the expression of others, somewhat lik...

New Role of COX Enzymes Discovered

...similar, but a subtle variation in their structure permits the construction of drugs that are selective in th...uctus arterious. This necessary developmental step permits newborns to function independently from their mother. "These observations prompt us to explore new...

Site of Sleep Regulation Identified in Fruit Flies

...resses the performance of learned tasks, and sleep permits memory consolidation. Distinct anatomical regions of adult mushroom bodies have been shown to be important for at least some forms of memory in fruit flies. In a paper also published last week in Current Biology, Sehgal and colleagues showed that s...

NHS Protects Job Opportunities for Homegrown Nursing Graduates

... that international nurses would need to have work permits in order to take up jobs in the NHS//. The step was mainly taken to give jobs to the homegrown nursing graduates. Statistics show that about 11,500 foreign nurses come to Britain from outside the European Union every year. India supplied the most...

Scottish Children Attracted To Serious Gambling

...children had a problem, researchers said. Scotland permits low-payout underage gambling using slot machines. Researchers say that these machines are similar to the high-payout machines. That is why teenagers start to gamble seriously with money.Gambling counselors said that the survey showed that it was nec...

Unmasking Nutrition's Role in Genes and Birth Defects

...ilability of the zebrafish model of Menkes disease permits the development of novel therapeutic approaches in affected patients. The researchers next plan to adapt these same methods to find other genes that affect the body's use of important nutrients during early development. This could provide insight i...

First Implantable artificial heart gets FDA’s approva

...ed can charge the system. The size of the device permits it to be implanted only in people who are at least 6 feet tall and weigh at least 170 pounds, Zuckerman said. Hence, it may not be of use to most women. Patients, who get the device implanted in them, will be under scrutiny with the ultimate aim of...

Weird Protein Puzzles Researchers

...a developing cancer alert the immune system, which permits the production of antigens from one single protein. Indeed, this discovery holds promise for the development of peptide vaccines. SA...

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