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Large Fluid Intake Won’t Help to Keep Cool for Marathon Runner

...uously throughout a race. Over half the runners reached body temperatures exceeding 40 degrees and all lost an average of 1.5 litres of sweat per hour. Runners replaced between 6% and 73% of their sweat losses during the race. There was no relationship between the amount of fluid each runner consumed, his...

Surge in Senior HIV Survivors Prompts New Treatment Studies

...golden years.// AIDs cases among the over-50 crowd reached 90,000 in 2003, and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, will account for half of all HIV/AIDS cases in the United States by 2015. Consequently, health care providers and social service workers are pioneering new ground to ...

Computerized Attendance to Check Late Coming Teachers

...ols of Dausa. 'Some of the machines have already reached Bikaner. Initially, it would be used on an experimental basis,' said Vasudev Devnani, Rajasthan's education minister. A one-day training programme on operating the machines was organised recently in the Jaipur office of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. The...

Obesity - A Major Crisis

...ome a major cause for worry. In fact it has almost reached epidemic proportions. Estimates show there are around 1.1 billion overweight people in the world, of whom 312 million are obese, and that in Europe 10-20 percent of men are obese and almost half the population is overweight. The body mass index rat...

Support for Trauma and Grief

...hooting had aftermaths throughout the world. Every reached out with deep sympathy and anguish for the family of the people who died at the university. It is very difficult for the surviving students and teachers to come to term with the whole incident. It will sure take its time for the loss and grief to he...

ART for AIDS Reaching Many, Yet Scope to Ensure All Patients Receive Treatment –U.N Repor

...orldwide is positive//. ART for AIDS has certainly reached many, though there is a certain population of sufferers who are left out. As per the recent figures, it is estimated that about two million people in the world undergo treatment for AIDS. Only 11% of pregnant women sufferers received the treatment....

Screening for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms Saves Men's Lives

...n, making it more difficult to tell when they have reached a dangerous size, she said. Older women may also miss out on important screenings for social reasons, she suggested. "At this point of their life women are very likely to either take care of an older and sicker spouse or live alone … they are not s...

Improper Abortions- Kenyan Teenagers At Risk

...t made in all three studies was that most patients reached the hospital late. As a solution, the researchers say that the situation can only be addressed by providing stronger community-based healthcare and referral systems, and better transport infrastructure for rural areas. As abortion is illegal in ...

Drugs for Parkinson’s May Be Useful for Stroke-related Disabilit

...f the video screen. When they saw a stimulus, they reached toward the video screen and touched it on the side where the stimulus appeared. Slowness to respond to stimuli appearing on the left side of the video screen, she theorized, would mean the patient had spatial neglect and was having trouble noticin...

Sons Gone Up In Smoke

...half if both spouses smoked. These results were reached by the analysis of 9000 pregnancies at the hospital between 1998 to 2003. The conclusions extended to passive smokers too- such mothers-to- be lessened their chances of getting boys. So who is the culprit and how does he work? Nicotine among othe...

External Affairs Minister Taken to Army Hospital in Delhi

... a road accident near Kolkata late Saturday night, reached Delhi by a special flight// and was taken to the A...15 stitches on the head in a West Bengal hospital, reached the army hospital in south Delhi at around 12.40 p.m. and was wheeled in immediately. The army will ...

Pigeon Feathers to Judge Pollution Levels

...they inhabit. Research scholar Bhumesh Bhadoriya reached the conclusion after three years of study under the guidance of Professor P.P. Bakre. "It is the first time in the country that bird feathers have been used to assess the pollution level," said Bakre. The pigeon feathers are first collected and t...

Children Receiving MMR Vaccine Still Below Target

...rk with NHS to make sure that the target of 95% is reached soon. JYT...

Scientists Explore Ways to Lure Viruses to Their Death

... with normal mice. In the engineered mice, viruses reached only 1 percent to 10 percent of the levels they reached in many organs in normal mice. The normal mice all died within a week of infection. The engineered m...

Double-penalty System for Bankrupt Health Trusts Lifted

...pending since 2001. At least a dozen hospitals had reached the point where financial recovery was impossible. NN...

Poor Behavior Is Linked to Time in Day Care

...tending a large day care center. Once the subjects reached school, the study used teacher ratings of each child to assess behaviors like interrupting class, teasing and bullying. There was an aspect that the study did not take into account, says Marci Young, deputy director of the Center for the Child Car...

Artery Stiffness Reversed By Smoking Termination

...rnal of the American Heart Association, ex-smokers reached former smoker’s level// of arterial stiffness ten ...o 10 years, but arterial stiffness parameters only reached normal levels after more than a decade of smoking cessation. "Our study reinforces the message tha...

Teens to Be Lined Up for Vaccination Shots

...ys that a consensus on the matter would have to be reached after nation -wide debates and discussions involving the teenagers themselves, among other relevant authorities. Currently, teenagers are offered only a booster jab to the diphtheria, tetanus and polio vaccine that they receive in childhood. Yet,...

British Doctors Eye for Private Hospitals in India

...ising Medical Careers and MTAS. Doctor-bashing has reached a new level and we are bullying our junior doctors.' Meanwhile, as thousands of British doctors find themselves looking overseas for jobs, many doctors of Indian origin have been shortlisted in the current round of employment to the NHS. Lakshman...

Vanderbilt Performs State's First Stem Cell Heart Regeneration Therapy

...ac disease. “It is truly gratifying that we have reached this point.” John Plummer, 63, underwent the stem cell regeneration therapy on March 11, about one week after experiencing a heart attack. “There are no guarantees,” said Plummer. “It was the prospect of improvement — any improvement — that made...

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