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Olive-pomace Oil Compound Inhibits HIV Spread

...ion activity, allowing researchers from Granada to register two patents on behalf of the UGR to produce drugs for treatment of diseases caused by protozoa Cryptosporidium - a parasite causing small intestine infection and diarrhoea - and by HIV. The University of Granada has already registered almost ten othe...

Nepal Develops More Effective Drug for Typhoid

...for verification from international researchers to register the drug". Typhoid fever, also called enteric fever, is an illness caused by bacterium Salmonella typhi. It is transmitted by ingestion of food or water contaminated with faeces from infected person. According to the report, 600,000 people die of ...

Hundreds of Cyclists to Ride for Alzheimer's Cause

...ally. Ride organizers say there is still time to register for Memory Ride, as a rider, volunteer or crew member....

More Cancer Testing Urged in Australian TV Studios

...th," he said. Waters says are also calling for a register of past and present employees for health monitoring purposes. "There is universal concern amongst ABC Brisbane employees about this cancer cluster," he said. "Yes, we have seen 15 cases of breast cancer since 1994 but all staff are concerned abou...

India to Monitor Pregnancies to Check Girl Foeticide: Report

...a already encourages pregnant women to voluntarily register with community health workers so they can get health and nutrition advice and benefits, one official told AFP. "These things are not mandatory in a democracy," said a government child development official. "We have to educate people rather than for...

Kashmir Battles Alarming Increase in Suicides

...nsuming poison. We immediately take cognisance and register a FIR because attempting suicide is a crime," the officer said....

Treat Every Patient as a Potential Organ Donor, British Health Official Says

... for organs, the number of people on the NHS donor register would need to treble, Sir Liam said. "I believe we can only do this through changing the legislation to an opt-out system with proper regulation and safeguards," he said. Under current laws, donors must explicitly "opt-in". Donaldson wants it rev...

New Book Gives Gruesome Account of India Girl Killings

...apple for ideas, and this month announced plans to register all pregnancies. According to India's minister for women and child development Renuka Chowdhury, the data would permit authorities to focus efforts on areas with a large gap between the number of pregnancies recorded and births. The government ha...

Prison Healthcare Continues to Fail Despite Emergency Measures, Warns BMA

...in NHS facilities. A prison doctor was unable to register a prisoner with serious mental health problems with a specialist mental health team because of confusion and delays in supplying his release details. In some areas, the waiting time for new prisoners to be assessed by a prison doctor has more than ...

Clinical Trials Registry Launched in India

...on is voluntary, in some fields it is mandatory to register and we hope that the registry will serve as a primary register for the World Health Organization International Clinical Trials Registry Platform and register all t...

Indian, Iraqi Medics may Face Terror Stigma Overseas

...almost 128,000) of the 277,000 doctors on the UK's register have been trained abroad. Foreign doctors who h...s of linguistic and clinical tests before they can register with the General Medical Council. NHS trusts are also required to carry out identification, passp...

You Need Blood? Just Click the Mouse!

...ny healthy person interested in donating blood can register on the site and provide details like name, age, blood group, residential address and contact number, preferably a mobile phone number. A needy patient or a relative can access the site and put in a request. An SMS is then sent to the donor located ...

Punjab Wants Ban on Advertisements by Doctors

...asked councils of different schools of medicine to register their respective practitioners again so that it was clearly known how many genuine doctors were practising. This step will also help to know about the unemployed doctors, he said....

Southern England Far Healthier Than the North

...ington and Chelsea in the southern part of England register the lowest number of early deaths from cancer in the entire region, the lowest levels of obesity and the longest life expectancy. By contrast Manchester - 200 miles to the north - has the lowest life expectancy for men. Near neighbour Liverpool wa...

Cabinet Approves Bill to Regulate Clinics, Hospitals

...ies and related establishments will be required to register with it and function according to the regulations prescribed by it. Dasmunsi, however, added that "health being a state subject, the bill could only act as a guiding principle and states may follow suit. Four states, namely Arunachal Pradesh, Nagal...

Church Weddings for Gays Soon a Reality in Sweden

...a church ceremony, homosexuals are only allowed to register their partnerships in a civil ceremony. 'I think it would be great if the Swedish law passed. In changing the law everybody could be equal in the eyes of the law,' Soeren Andersson of the Swedish Federation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgende...

Single Americans Vote Less, but Lean Towards Democrats: Study

... political system" and "lack information on how to register and how to vote."...

Hundreds of Children Exposed to Pesticide in US

... pesticides waft onto school grounds. The EPA must register pesticides before they are sold, but federal law does not restrict where they can be sprayed. Once the EPA approves a product, federal law requires manufacturers to report any "unreasonable adverse effects on the environment of the pesticide" that...

World may Get Much Wetter With Global Warming Than Believed

...sk exact year-to-year changes in moisture, fail to register El Nio events, and fail to capture precipitation trends on decade scales. Most computer models say that as the globe heats up, "the wetter areas on the planet are going to get wetter and the drier areas are going to get drier, which is a gloomy pre...

CMPMedica Adds Oncology Search Engine to SearchMedica.com

...ca, but healthcare professionals are encouraged to register to receive updates about new content and tips on how to use various advanced tools within SearchMedica....

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