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Fish food has lot of advantages, but only if cooked in the right way

... sense of fullness in the stomach. If you want to reap all the benefits of fish and shellfish, which are naturally low in fat and calories and high on flavor, it is better that you keep away from restaurant preparations. It is generally safe to zero in on steamed, broiled, baked and grilled dishes. It i...

Effect Of Cooling And Exercise To Be Analyzed In Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

...ve moods. This should however be done correctly to reap the maximum beneficial effect. The study would be conducted in two phases on a group of 60 persons with the disease. During the first phase, which will comprise four weeks, each participant will exercise under a different cooling condition each we...

Smokers puff away despite cancer Diagnosis

...tinent after diagnosis and treatment are likely to reap substantial physical and psychological benefits, including improved QOL and prolonged survival.' Article: 'Successes and Failures of the Teachable Moment: Smoking Cessation in Cancer Patients,' Ellen R. Gritz, Michelle Cororve Fingeret, Damon J. Vid...

Surgeons Not Happy With Treatment Offered To Their Patients

...st and the Borders scoring lowest. Some patients reap the maximum benefit (cancer patients) while others are being deprived of access to quality health care. The above fact only reflects an important shortfall in care that needs to be addressed. Post-operative infection was believed to be responsible...

Tamoxifen Ineffective In Presence Of Genetic Variation in Breast Cancer

...ul of a clinical test to determine which women can reap the maximum benefit from tamoxifen. "Our group has shown that CYP2D6 is responsible for activating tamoxifen to a metabolite called endoxifen that is nearly 100 times more potent as an anti-estrogen than tamoxifen itself,” said lead researcher Dr Rae...

Free AIDS Treatment For 100,000 Patients: Indian Govt

...nted organizations. Approximately 10, 000 patients reap the benefit of such groups. The provision of second line treatment to these centres would mean the institution of effective AIDS treatment. This however would not be possible without the participation of social support and potential donor groups. ...

Health Care System in US Needs a Change

...chnologies thereby they become ubiquitous and then reap the benefits. The healthcare workers have to unite to develop a national health information technology infrastructure. All parties have to come together to surmount many obstacles such as deciding on standards to guaranteeing privacy and accessib...

Technology Can Help Fight Health Care Costs

... few years. He said that, the hospitals are yet to reap any real financial benefits from it, and it would probably take a few years before they see any return on that investment. 250 leaders from business, the health insurance industry and others in health care in a 2006 Commonwealth Fund survey ranked t...

Low-Intensity Exercise The Key To Losing More Pounds

...urnal of Sports Medicine. The take home message to reap the greatest health and fitness benefits, according to the authors is to indulge in a mix of vigorous and moderate cardiovascular disease, complemented by strength training. The authors recommend use of a heart rate monitor or other simple pulse ch...

Colon Cancer Death Rate Doubles As Patients Stop Chemotherapy

...patients to complete their chemotherapy regime, to reap the maximum benefit of the cancer treatment. ‘The intuitive thinking is that if you complete most of a treatment regimen, you should get most of the treatment benefit. But these findings are significant because they indicate that completing treatme...

PharmaVentures Exploits Fastest Growing Media Channel to Launch First Pharmaceutical Business Television Show

...sly unattainable, and enable companies involved to reap the benefits that such high-profile exposure will bring.’ PharmaVentures is offering corporate sponsorship and advertising opportunities to those wishing to promote their company through this unique format. Source: PTINES...

India & Singapore Join hands to Fight Terror & Drug Trafficking

...ve been held in a very cordial atmosphere and will reap benefits for the two countries. They focused on peace and security issues as also India's role in ASEAN," a powerful grouping of South-East Asian countries. The Singaporean leaders have stated that strict vigilance had helped avert terrorist strikes...

Western Region Tops in Indian Biotech Growth

...proactive and encourage global firms to invest and reap benefits. The biotech sector is growing by 40-50 percent annually and to sustain this growth, we need to focus on creation of infrastructure for the sunrise industry," Kumaraswamy said. (Source: IANS)...

Indo-American Doctor Fired By Cleveland Clinic

...uard device was successful, Yadav clearly stood to reap financial gain through the one percent royalty payment. For his part, Yadav has said he did not realise he was still receiving payments from the sale of his device to Cordis/J&J and in a statement said that he "was not involved in the sale of the c...

Red Cross and Red Crescent Go the Extra Mile to Fight HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa

...tions and vulnerable regions are still not able to reap the benefits of the technological advancements due to handicapped reach of these initiatives. Therefore the crux of this partnership is to walk the last mile in ensuring that informational and technological advancements, novel HIV treatments reach th...

Are One-Third of Costly Implanted Heart Devices Unnecessary?

... of Excellence demonstrated how MTWA testing could reap hundreds of millions of dollars in savings for the Medicare system, and the taxpayers who support it. That analysis was based on assumptions about MTWA testing’s ability to predict risk – assumptions that can now be adjusted based on the new study re...

Much Room for Cancer Cure in a Mushroom, Scientists Promise

...his area which is why patients have been unable to reap the benefits of extracts from the mushroom in treating cancer. It is estimated that about 4,262 patients suffer stomach and bowel cancer in Scotland. The cancer of the Bowel is known to be the second biggest killer and nearly 1500 people succumbed ...

Researcher Studies Benefits of Reminiscing About Laughter

... results in a sense of well-being. “But you also reap this cognitive benefit which colors your judgment of the relationship and validates the self at the same time. I doubt that couples realize why it’s so reinforcing,” she said. “It says this is something special between us and creates a bond and cohes...

Teens Need to Eat More Fruits, Veggies to Prevent Obesity

...to adolescents and families that small changes can reap lifelong benefits, Foltz said. Doctors should be talking to their patients about nutrition, physical activity and screen time, and the public health community should be promoting and increasing the availability of fruits and vegetables while decreasi...

Organic Farms Provide a Clue for India's Struggling Farms

...ves near the capital are providing clues on how to reap healthy profits from the land. Many farmers in India, where more than 70 percent of the people depend on the land, eke out a living -- or else fall steadily into debt -- trying to grow water, fertiliser and pesticide-heavy crops on an acre or two o...

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