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Should Menstrual Suppression Be a Lifestyle Choice?

...m? who should be using such medications? are women provided with accurate information to make informed choices?...

Placental Problems in Women Linked With Caesarean Section

... caesarean delivery in the first pregnancy. Data provided by the US National Centre for Health Statistics, Centres for Disease Control and Prevention was examined by a team of Canadian researchers. A total of 5, 146 742 pregnancies were analysed over 1995 2000. This is the largest population-based study of...

WHO Launches Effort to Stop Spread of HIV, Other Infections from Hospitals

...is, WHO said. Experts from more than 100 countries provided WHO with feedback on the draft recommendations. The recommendations call for improving hand hygiene of medical workers in part by increasing the availability of alcohol-based hand rubs; prohibiting the reuse of needles to prevent transmission of H...

Three Steps To Better Health Care

...eed a new format, outlining how services are to be provided for people, rather than how hospitals are to be funded. It needs to be recognised that funds for chronic disease management are probably five times too low. The authors suggest current instruments of health care payment need to be revised to re...

Diet for Autism

...r two months after which half the subjects will be provided gluten free snacks daily for another two months, while the other half will be provided snacks containing gluten. The snacks will remain indistinguishable to the researchers and the parent...

Malaria Control Measures

...oject. Support under the World Bank assistance is provided to other high malaria endemic States of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Orissa and Jharkhand. This information was given by the Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Dr. Anbumani Ramadoss in a written ...

Eyeing a Good Memory - Not an Exercise in Futility!

...ading 20 lists of 15 words. The subjects were then provided a list and asked to choose what they had just heard. The study revealed that students who had moved their eyes from side to side performed better -10 per cent more than the rest. In contrast the up and down eye movement did not prove beneficial to me...

Metropolis Health Services Takes on Lab Management of A J Hospital

...tware will enable faster results which can also be provided through fax or e-mail at no extra cost. Metropolis also takes care of lab management for M S Ramaiah Memorial Hospital in Bangalore....

Patient-Doctor Ratio

...pends on various factors like type of patient care provided and nature of specialization etc. and varies from 5:1 to 19:1. The policy of recruitment of nurses depends upon the number of sanctioned position in a hospital and nursing qualification prescribed for the recruitment of nurses. This information w...

Study Report On Ill Effects Of Soft Drinks

...s report submitted to the Honble Supreme Court has provided details of possible harmful effects of: (i) Soft drinks/beverages and obesity (ii) Soft drinks/beverages and dental health (iii) Other health related effects due to consumption of soft drinks/beverages (iv) Contents of soft drinks/beverag...

Allocation Of Hospitals In Rural Areas

...ntinuous local needs, the Health Centres have been provided with Untied grant. For taking health care to the d... areas, Mobile Medical Units (MMUs) have also been provided under NRHM. This information was given by the Minister of State for Health & Family Welfare, Smt....

Practicing Spirituality may Help Smokers to Quit

...ce who reported that in addition to the treatments provided by the team, they used personal spiritual beliefs and practices in their quit attempts. This led the team to question why spiritual resources were not part of mainstream tobacco dependence treatment programs. "We theorized the absence of spiritual ...

Uveal Melanoma Patients at Higher Risk for Colon Cancer

...his study involved 130 uveal melanoma patients who provided their extended family medical histories. Results showed that a small, but significant, number of uveal melanoma patients and their families are at higher risk for development of other cancers, most significantly colon cancer. "Therefore, ophthalmol...

Farm Milk Reduces Childhood Asthma and Allergies but Raw Consumption is Unsafe

...-produced dairy products and eating farm eggs also provided protection against hayfever. However, these foods only provided increased protection when the children also drank unpasteurised farm milk not in isolation. "All ...

States' Spending may Help Keep Childless Seniors Independent

...ciences. "Traditionally, long term care has been provided in nursing homes, but there is a movement to help older people live at home and in the community," said Naoko Muramatsu, associate professor of community health sciences at the UIC School of Public Health and lead author of the study. "States vary ...

Nurturing Our Nurses for Healthcare Par Excellence

...eas. Nearly 80% of the healthcare services are provided by these neatly uniformed professionals. They form the core of healthcare services and are the channel of communication between the hospital, doctors and patients. They ensure the physicians' directives are followed without dilution or alteration, so...

Sex Advice to Teens by Parents Focuses More on the Negative Aspects

...ents, peers, and the media, and if the information provided by each group differed in the types of sexual valu...d some education, but that the type of information provided contrasted sharply to that given by peers and the media. Parents were the strongest backers of a...

New Food Allergy Clinic Opens at University of Michigan Health System

...s an expansion of food allergy services previously provided by U-M experts. The Allergy Specialty Clinic and Food Allergy Clinic will be a regional allergy center where patients can be treated for a variety of conditions, including food allergies, a specialty of many of the physicians at the clinic. The num...

Female Reproductive Function Influenced by Childhood Environment

...Health information and body measurements were also provided by the subjects. Co-author Dr Gillian Bentley, UCL Department of Anthropology, who directed the project added: "The theory that early environmental factors may affect reproductive function has been suggested previously by anthropologists, but this...

Feelings Of Injustice At Work Can Lead To A Heart Attack

... need for fair treatment in the workplace. It also provided a view into which people were most likely to find life unjust, although the results were adjusted to account for factors like hostile behavior or lower socioeconomic status. Says Ellen Mason, a cardiac nurse at the British Heart Foundation: ``Bosse...

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