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Lung Cancer Surgeries Doesn’t Help Breaking Nicotine Dependence in Smoker

...because no other study about smoking cessation has reached that conclusion." How long patients quit before surgery may have been influenced by their "self efficacy" for quitting, he says. "The thing that really drove whether or not people relapsed is whether they saw smoking as pleasurable and rewarding to...

New Jersey Decides to Support $500 M Stem Cell Research

The state of New Jersey has reached an agreement to support a $ 500 million research to further stem cell studies. This latest legislation comes// three years after the groundbreaking decision to legalise stem cell research, being only the second state in US to do so. The first bill fo...

Delhi Hospital Reattaches Amputated Penis

....m. in a city around 200 km from Delhi, the victim reached us in our hospital. The operation was done under high magnification using an operation microscope," R.K. Khazachi, head of the plastic surgery department of SGRH, told reporters Saturday. "It's a very rare operation and this is the first case of re...

Trouble For Lone Ranger Junkies

...middle school and high school as well as when they reached the age of 23. 'Solitary use is a warning sign that youth will be less productive and have more problems as young adults' says Joan Tucker, lead author of the study. Behavioral problems include continuing of substance abuse into young adulthood a...

British Heart Experts Use Cricket To Target South Asians

...ng clot-busting drugs. With 76 percent of patients reached by an ambulance within eight minutes of a call, we can justifiably be proud of the way the NHS provides urgent care. "The crucial factor for patient survival, however, is for a person experiencing chest pain not to delay calling for help. Given the...

Teen Marijuana Use Does Not Predict Drug, Alcohol Abuse

... used either legal or illegal drugs. When the boys reached age 22, they were categorized into three groups: those who used only alcohol or tobacco, those who started with alcohol and tobacco and then used marijuana (gateway sequence) and those who used marijuana prior to alcohol or tobacco (reverse sequence)...

Obesity may Reduce Risk of Breast Cancer in Pre-menopausal Women

... increase your risk of breast cancer once you have reached the menopause."...

Myanmar National Undergoes Successful Liver Transplantation in Delhi

...anga Ram: "Yacoob had lost a lot of weight when he reached our hospital. But he has regained his health with due care." "Initially we thought that surgery was not required but decided to operate on him after a flurry of tests. There was a lot of swelling in his belly initially, but he has recovered well in...

Obese Women Have Reduced Risk of Developing Breast Cancer Before Menopause

...they developed breast or any other cancer, died or reached menopause, whichever happened first. Between 1989 and 2003, 1,398 cases of invasive breast cancer occurred among the women. Those with a current BMI of 30 or higher had a 19 percent lower risk of breast cancer compared with those who had a BMI betw...

Pregnant Smokers May 'Programme' Their Kids To Become Smokers

...he smoking patterns of liveborn children when they reached the age of 21 in relation to the behaviour of their mothers during the pregnancy. Around a third of the women said that they had smoked during their pregnancy. The proportion of the children who took up regular smoking was greater among those who...

How to Overcome Egg Allergy in Children

...archers increased the subjects' dosages until they reached the equivalent of one-tenth of an egg, Burks said. The children then continued to take this "maintenance dose" daily for the duration of the study. Over time, the children showed both an increase in tolerance to eggs and a decrease in the severity...

Can Early Nutritional Modification Prevent Type 1 Diabetes?

...al recruitment target of 2032 eligible infants was reached at the be-ginning of September 2006, but the Study Group has decided to continue recruitment till the end of December 2006 (when the EU contribution will finish) to make the study even more powerful statistically. A majority of the study participa...

More then Four Million New HIV Infections in 2006: UNAIDS

...s, and injecting drug users" -- are not adequately reached through prevention and treatment strategies because not enough is known about their particular situations and realities. The report also stresses that levels of knowledge of safe sex and HIV remain low in many countries, as does perception of perso...

Eighty Children Die Of Aids Due To Tainted Blood, Dirty Needles In Southern Kazakhstan

...l of HIV-infected children in South Kazakhstan has reached 80 with the recent death //of a 5-year old boy in Sairam district – said the officials and non-governmental groups. It is believed that the five-year-old boy had a severe inborn cardiac defect, which caused the death. Chief physician of the regiona...

FDA gives the green signal for silicone breast implants

... of Device Evaluation stated that the decision was reached after careful consideration of the potential risks against the benefits. Satisfaction over the implants far outweighed the occasional reports of complications like pain and hardening of the breasts, implant rupture and even the need for further corre...

Chronic Pain- A Daily Struggle for Most Americans

...0 to five years in 2004.''Life expectancy at birth reached a record 77.9 years in 2004, up from 77.5 in 2003 and from 75.4 in 1990.' Unfortunately about a quarter of American adults also say that they have suffered a day-long bout of pain in the past month, according to the National Center for Health Stati...

Keys to Good Health in Old Age Begins in Midlife

..., survived to age 85, with 655 participants having reached that age without suffering serious health problems such as heart disease, cancer, or diabetes. Study author Dr Bradley Willcox of Pacific Health Research Institute in Honolulu, said, 'Your chances were more than 60 per cent of being healthy at that...

PM undergoes health check-up

...ime Minister's Office (PMO). "The prime minister reached AIIMS at about 7.30 a.m. and left it at about 11 a.m. He underwent an echo test for the heart. An ultrasound test was also done along with some other tests," a senior AIIMS official told IANS. While at the hospital, Manmohan Singh also visited H.Y....

Deaths due to heavy drinking has doubled in 15 years

...ission to hospital for alcoholic liver disease has reached record level of 35,400 in 2004-2005. The number of deaths due to the same condition has risen by 37% in the past decade. The alcoholic poisoning admissions has risen from 13,600 to 21,700 during the same period. Chris Cook, an addiction expert base...

Arthritis drugs safer than previously declared

...ering certain data which were not analysed earlier reached the conclusion that the drugs may not triple the chances of cancer but only double the chances as these two drugs act on the auto immune system blocking the action of TNF-alpha one of the target compounds which mistakenly signals to the immune syste...

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