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EU Considers Allowing Cloned Meat, Milk on Market

...es held urgent talks on the matter, a decision was reached that milk and meat from cloned animals and their offspring should be considered in the same way as any other novel food, such as genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). This decision put the ball in EFSA's court. In the US, debate surrounding the ...

No Dying in Peace for Woman Prescribed Medical Pot

...eals panel said that the United States has not yet reached the point where "the right to use medical marijuana is 'fundamental' and 'implicit in the concept of ordered liberty.” As a sobbing Raich was comforted, leaders in the medical marijuana movement said they would continue fighting. “This is literal...

Exam Time Boosts Sales of Memory Enhancers

...ment: "The new market for memory enhancers has now reached smaller places like Dewas, Ratlam, Ujjain, Jabalpur, Satna and Harda." "The medicines should not be given without first consulting a doctor or else they could prove harmful. These medicines are actually more helpful in cases of loss of memory. The...

Medical Personnel Can Save More Lives by Screening for Oral Signs of Disease

...me a dentist in the mid-1980s when the AIDS crisis reached epidemic proportions and saw many patients with HIV/AIDS, makes this point when she speaks at hospitals, prisons, clinics, health care conferences, training programs and rehab, medical and mental health centers in the tri-state area, which she does a...

Neurostimulation Therapy to ease cluster headaches

...tes to control the pulses. The conclusions were reached separate research groups That included neurologists from the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, in London, with University of California colleagues, as well as researchers from the Headache Research Unit of Belgium's Liege University....

Vaccines Effective in Preterm Babies too

...preterm infants and full-term infants in the study reached a level of immunity considered protective against the diseases. This positive outcome, however, was not guaranteed because preemies' immune systems do not always react the same way as full-term infants. For instance, a change in the types of vacci...

Childhood Obesity Linked to Early Puberty.

...hildren from when they were infants to// when they reached 12 years. This study is the first of its kind and established a clear link between early obesity and early puberty. According to the researchers, obesity trend in Britain is similar to that in US and it is time now for the government to act upon th...

Early Life Growth Spurts Protect Against “Bad” Cholesterl

... ages of 2, 4, 7, 15, 36 and 53. When participants reached the age of 53, blood samples were taken to measure cholesterol levels. When all the figures were analysed, the results showed that the faster height was gained before the age of 2, and after the age of 15, the lower was the cholesterol level at the...

Stem Cell Transplants Explored as a Possible Treatment for Hearing Loss

...r cells in the inner ear. Later in 2003, his group reached another significant milestone: the team demonstrated that it is possible to coax embryonic stem cells in a test tube to differentiate into hair cells - and then also to have the stem cells differentiate after transplantation in the ears of chicken em...

Leading Polio Activist Doctor in Pakistan Killed

...ere against the polio campaign. "As soon as we reached there, an armed prayer leader warned us against visiting the area. Some locals said: 'On one hand, our enemy (a reference to the US) is bombing us for no reason while on the other hand you are coming here disguised as polio campaigners to spread vulg...

Meningococcal Disease in Sudan

... determining whether districts in these areas have reached the epidemic threshold. Cerebrospinal fluid specimens collected from the 8 affected states have tested positive for Neisseria meningitidis serogroup A by latex test. Medicines for case management as well as emergency supplies for outbreak investi...

U.S., U.K. Stem Cell Banks to Team Up

... of each other’s cell lines. His group has already reached distribution agreements with some overseas companies. 'Shipping stem cell lines overseas is no easy task, hoping they arrive, they are healthy and can be used,' he said. Source-Bio-Bio TechnologyBR>SRM...

Attractive Male Not Only Attracts but Stimulates

...the group that were shown males with long 'swords' reached sexual maturity earlier than those that were not by up to four months. Young males that were shown mature males with impressive 'swords' matured later than those that saw lower quality competitors. Both sexes are unconsciously using visual cues to in...

Colorado Smoking Cessation Program Targets Hispanics

... follow-up counseling. To date, the program has reached about one-fifth of 1% of the state's 650,000 Hispanic households and has spent $200,000. Other smoking cessation programs in Colorado spend less per person than the door-to-door effort, according to the Rocky Mountain News. A 15-member review committ...

One- Fifths of Lung Cancer Patients are Non-smoking Women: Study

... than men. The researchers said conclusions were reached after an extensive study of a million lung cancer subjects in Sweden and the U.S aged between 40 and 79. Smoking is by far the leading cause of lung cancer though radon, asbestos, chromium and arsenic are also associated with lung cancer. The Ame...

BMC Rushes With Samples as Mystery Fever Rings Alarm Bell in Bombay

...rain inflammation) or meningitis, hours after they reached local nursing home with fever and progressive paralysis. Later, two more from different parts of Mumbai have been admitted in civic hospital with "flu with paralysis" symptoms. City doctors also have reportedly admitted that they find it difficul...

Beauticians and Barbers can Do More Than Their Services

... their cancer screenings. Simons’ project has reached more than 10,000 men in its first year and now includes more than 800 barbers around the country. Other such groups use beauticians to raise awareness of breast cancer and mammograms. ANN...

AIIMS Official Files Complaint Against Venugopal

...them hit me from the back... "On Monday, when I reached my office I was again restrained by the security guard in the presence of several other people. I also noticed that the lock of my room has been broken and replaced with a new one," the police complaint mentions. AIIMS has been mired in controversy...

Early Detection of Artery Weakening Can Be a Life-Saver

...of Michigan monitored his aortic aneurysm until it reached a dangerous size and required surgery. Aneurysms smaller than 2 inches usually are not too risky. But when they become larger, their potential for rupture is great enough to require surgery. Today, almost a year after his successful surgery at U-M, S...

Hypertension Treatment: US Beats Europe

...go. "Overall, less than two-thirds of the patients reached the goals set by expert guidelines." These deficiencies are important, he added, and suggests "we need to find ways to overcome clinical inertia, the tendency of physicians and patients to rationalize the causes of elevated blood pressure and to de...

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