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MSI puts on hold plans for operations in Chennai

...act customers. Subiksha, the first and the largest player in the segment triggered the discount war. The other followed with discounts to counter threats from Subiksha....

Iodex goes to SmithKline Beecham consumer Healthcare

...stribution will be carried out by SKBCH, a leading player in the OTC segment. The Iodex brand was owned by SmithKline Beecham Plc, the British parent, and had been licensed to SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals India. Iodex has a turnover of around Rs 100 crore, and analysts say it could be valued at Rs 3...

Dr Reddy’s Laboratories launches Hyalosy

...thritis franchise in which it is already a leading player in the domestic market. ...

Nicholas buys ICI’s drug business for Rs 70 c

...acquisition, the company had become the number one player in the cardiovascular segment. ICI’s pharma sales amounted to Rs 69 crore in 2000-2001. This is the second acquisition by the company in the past two years. In 2000, it had acquired Rhone-Poulenc India. It is also the latest in a series of acquisiti...

Link between athleticism and neurological disease

...as Lou Gehrig's disease, after the famous baseball player whose career was cut short by it. Oddly, researchers have now discovered a link between being athletic and developing ALS, as well as motor neurone disease, which is a related condition. The team, at the Neurological Institute, New York, studied 20...

Ranbaxy trying to make inroads in herbal drugs market

...roducts would create stiff competition for the key player in the market - Dabur, which has 60 per cent market share. The company plans to market a few herbal drugs in the forthcoming months, whose details are available in their corporate// website. The company's products have already shown remarkable progre...

Identified Protein To Inhibit Cell Migration

...n of PAK1 and potentially may be another important player in the regulation of this kinase. The other activators of PAK1 include relatives of the notorious Ras family of tumor promoters, the GTPases Rac and Cdc42. CIB1 activation of PAK1, however, is different from these GTPases. In illustrating the role t...

How balanced are you? Need Help!!!

...ers have developed a small device resembling a MP3 player that has been designed to help people with balance // disorder, by giving the wearer's brain more balance input. It could perhaps some day be even used to improve the performance of athletes. Loss of balance or vestibular disorders, a common result ...

‘Inflammation Gene’ identified by scientit

...(SFBR) in San Antonio. “So the discovery of a new player in the inflammation pathway opens up many potential avenues for intervention on a broad range of health issues,” he further added. This research is likely to be of immense use to doctors, biomedical and pharmaceutical researchers, as it is now know...

Passive Cigarette Smoking Increases Isoprostane Formation

...dation injury may be an important additional major player in the pathogenesis of cardiovascular disease secondary to passive smoke exposure. What is passive smoking? A non smoker who breathes other people's smoke is called passive smoking. It is also called as involuntary or secondhand smoking....

CPHA Offers HIV Information Packages To Canadian Football League Teams

...e wake of the arrest of a Saskatchewan Roughriders player who police say is HIV positive. Saskatchewan middle linebacker Trevis Smith has been charged with aggravated sexual assault under a section of the Criminal Code that, in part, deals with an HIV-positive person having unprotected sex. Smith is curren...

Blair Offers James Support To Fight AIDS

...g Abbey School on the World Aids Day // . Football player David James has received assurances of support from Blair in spreading AIDS awareness in Malawi. The announcement towards funding research efforts for an anti-Aids vaccine will be made on 1 December 2005 by the Prime Minister. The wealthy nations i...

Family planning is insisted upon Muslims by Shia cleric

...xplained the acceptable fact that woman is the key player of a family and Islam insists on duties and the role women should perform as a mother. A person respecting his mother will get a place in heaven is his argument. Regarding recent issue of Hindu hardliner and Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) chief ...

Computer Game To Fight Obesity

... new game on a large scale. The game // involves a player moving his/her feet on a special mat to copy dance steps shown on screen. Children aged between 10 years and 14 years will be able to utilize this game as an exercise. West Virginia has turned to computer games to make school children more active ...

MP3s And iPods Can Damage Hearing

...If conversations and other noises are blocked, the player is too loud. Kileny posited that future generations of the machines might best be fitted with lights or some other notice of excessive decibel measures. Representatives at Apple and Sony, two of the biggest manufacturers of these appliances, did not ...

Apple Accused Of Causing Hearing Impairment

...r in a California court. The ubiquitous iPod music player of the organization has been called defective, and capable of damaging the hearing of users. The case has been filed by John Kiel Patterson of Louisiana. // Patterson's lawsuit contends that the iPods sold in the US are capable of pumping out soun...

Sensing The Health Hazard MP3 Makers Tone Down The Volume

... concerned about "uncool sound" coming from an MP3 player rather than hearing loss. "Whenever there's some...n them away. Perzborn said anyone without an MP3 player was not considered cool and, although doctors see it differently, volume is more important for young...

Professional Footballer's Case Worries AIDS Activists

Professional football player Trevis Smith's trial has attracted a lot of attention and HIV/AIDS activists are worried that it will mean negative publicity for those living with the disease.// Glenn Betteridge of the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network said that painting all AIDS s...

A Detail Analysis of Head and Neck Cancer

...s the growth of the tumor cells. LARG is a central player in these molecular interactions and can be used in the potential treatment that could prevent both pathways from being initiated. Inside the LARG segment there is a PDZ domain which when introduced into the tumor cell, it binds up all available CD44 ...

Teen Players Urged To Wear Helmets and Gloves to Avoid Sports Injuries

...es to the head are allowed—the fight ends when one player gives up or has his helmet knocked off. The teen athletes view the game as a ‘time-honoured test of manhood’ or of the toughness needed to play hockey or lacrosse. Dr. Gordon and coauthors describe three teen athletes with probable or definite conc...

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