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Genetic Dentistry: Your Dentist may be able to grow you a new set of Teeth.

...lls - and they think humans are next. They hope to push the research in the direction where they could take initial tissue from a [human] patient, put it in a culture dish and grow a tooth for them.To accomplish this seemingly futuristic feat, researchers need to determine which human genes will induce fo...

Half of world's children are passive smokers - damning disclosure from WHO

... attack legitimate studies, set up front groups to push smokers rights, sued health authorities in court, and done everything in their power to delay and defeat meaningful action on second-hand smoke". Another startling and worrying statistic is that figures predict that nearly 20% of the women in the wo...

'Disprin Plus' is now 'Disprin Paracetamol'

...The company has also decided not to give any brand push to Disprin Cold and Flu for similar reasons, Mr. Baura said. Paracetamol-based Disprin 'Plus' was launched by Reckitt Benckiser (India) in August this year to replace Disprin (350 mg aspirin) in the pain relief segment. Mr. Barua said Disprin CV (1...

Re-blockage of heart arteries prevented by vitamins

...oon into the blood vessel and then inflating it to push the walls of the vessel apart. The problem is that in 20 per cent of cases the vessel re-blocks - a process called restenosis which leaves the patient where they were before the operation.// But now researchers in California have shown that a vitam...

New HIV cases resist drugs

...led wild-type bacteria will eventually move in and push out the drug-resistant versions. Not so with HIV, which lurks in the body for decades, perhaps forever. HIV has no cure and is always fatal, but mixes of drugs, known as highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) can keep patients alive and livin...

Surgery-Rigged pulley helps patients

...s done at younger ages, and lets the doctor gently push and pull until the child's face looks just right. The procedure is still experimental, cautions Dr. Harold Slavkin of the University of Southern California, the National Institutes of Health's former chief of dental and craniofacial research. But it...

Exercise is necessary in daily life

...ile each day. Walk, don't take the elevator, and push a lawn mower, rather than riding it. There are many more opportunities to get more active by 'turning back the clock'. Just one or two hundred calories extra exercise a day can make a real difference to your health by reducing the risk of obesity, di...

A new way to exercise

...blems. You can use the ball to do abdominal curls, push ups and lots of other exercises. But if you haven't used one before, it's wise to get advice from a fitness instructor to make sure you use the right technique....

Endometriosis connected to fertility

... on the tiny hairs inside the fallopian tubes that push the egg toward the sperm. They found endometriosis greatly changes the activity of the tiny hairs. The movement through the fallopian tubes was slowed by about 15 percent in the women who had endometriosis. It slowed even more with the passing of ti...

Flying with caution, with SARS

...th SARS. Elevator buttons, water coolers doors and push plates are being disinfected hourly and the handles for the moving sidewalks are cleaned after the aircrafts arrival from a SARS affected country. Finally experts say, the risk of contracting SARS on a plane trip is probably small, if the trip isn't...

Vitamin D Wipes out Cancer Cells

...s are very encouraging. She adds, "We are eager to push ahead to clinical trials with breast cancer treatments in humans." EB 1089 is now in clinical trials in Europe for the treatment of cancer, but it is not being studied with radiation therapy....

Spinal Cord Patients Walk Again

... people a little closer to a normal life. With the push of a button, something amazing happens to Les Kirk.Instead of us doing it by our brain, it’s being done by a computer.Kirk has an implanted receiver with an external antenna. //Wires connect the electrodes located on his muscles. When activated, elec...

Senate assures ban on smoking

...d the idea's inclusion in a broader measure helped push it through last night. "Modernizing the marketplace by allowing Sunday sales will bring consumers more convenience and the state more tax revenue," said David Wojnar of the Washington-based Distilled Spirits Council, which lobbied heavily for the me...

Details Of Heart Failure Discovered

...lihood of mortality," he said. "So there's a major push to find new approaches to treat heart failure." He said heart failure does not necessarily mean the heart completely fails, but rather is a condition in which the heart fails to provide itself with enough blood under certain conditions. The researc...

Fragile X-Associated Tremor /Ataxia Syndrome Need Guidelines For Diagnostic Tests

...n toxic effects from a procedure like chemotherapy push mild symptoms to the forefront. Source: Newswise Medindia on FXTAS : Further information Fragile X-associated tremor /ataxia syndrome or FXTAS: This is a neurological disorder that affects men in the age of 50 yrs or more and causes tremor,...

Secret Of Heart Failure Revealed

...lihood of mortality," he said. "So there's a major push to find new approaches to treat heart failure." He said heart failure does not necessarily mean the heart completely fails, but rather is a condition in which the heart fails to provide itself with enough blood under certain conditions. Source: IAN...

LASIK Treatments Still To Reach Common Man

... may have to do a lot of surgery to pay for it and push the limits on candidacy," he concluded....

Coaching In Labor Could Increase Bladder Problems

...nary bladder if a woman is coached during labor to push during contractions. // Furthermore, the presence ...ashion. Members of one group (163) were coached to push for 10 seconds during a uterine contraction while members of the other group (157) were instructed t...

Chemical Signaling Helps Regulate Sensory Map Formation In The Brain

...ounterbalancing signaling systems were required to push and pull the growing and branching axons as they searched for their ultimate topographic positions within the brain. Scientists found the first of those signaling systems in 1990s, a family of ephrin proteins that are present in graded fashion in t...

Specialist rural GPs to get incentive in Australia

...ing. // The Government has doubled incentives to push general practitioners who carry out procedures conducted by specialists in the city, in a move that will cost taxpayers an extra $5.2million each year. Almost 800 GPs participate in the incentive program. Australian health minister Tony Abbott sai...

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