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Regular Exercise Can Help From Recurrence of Colon Cancer

...Hospital which tracks the health of 121,700 female registered nurses by questionnaires mailed every two years. The nurses included in the current study had undergone surgery intended to cure stage I to III cancer at least six months earlier. The results of this study mirrored those of the CALGB-based study. A...

World Cup: No Positive Doping Tests, Fewer Injuries

...ere 134 injuries noted in the 60 World Cup matches registered to date, giving an average of 2.2 injuries per mat...As a result, there have been just 11 head injuries registered in Germany compared to 25 four years ago. Germany take on Portugal in Stuttgart later Saturday to ...

Import of Paan from India and Indonesia is on rise in Pakistan

...ue from gutka sales is "too great". "In fact it is registered as an important import item from countries like India and Indonesia," The News reported from Karachi. Imported gutka is mixed with locally produced ingredients in industrial areas and in downtown Karachi that house warehouses of importers and whol...

Haryana Claims Improvement in Sex Ratio

...nister Kartar Devi said Tuesday that statistics of registered births in the state in 2005 had shown that sex ratio in the 0-6 years age group had improved from 819 females per 1,000 males as per 2001 census to 823 females per 1,000 males. She said that 14 districts had shown an improvement in overall sex rati...

Delhi Accounts for 23,000 Female Fetus Abortions Last Year

...ree months data, we found that only 700 out of the registered 1,800 ultrasound clinics in Delhi are submitting monthly reports mandated under the PNDT (Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques) Act," Bedi told IANS. He was talking in a conference on prenatal sex selection organised by the Delhi government, Delhi Commi...

Cuba Registers New Antibody

...r Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (CIGB) has registered the first recombinant monoclonal antibody to be used in the production of an anti-hepatitis B vaccine. // CIGB Deputy Director General Carlos Borroto described it as a true world scientific breakthrough, and it was obtained after having completed a...

The Most Natural Thing in the World

... the disciplines, including midwifery researchers, registered nurses and health specialists, obstetrics professors, medical anthropologists, sociologists, and medical litigation lawyers. Conference co-convenor, Dr Alphia Possamai-Inesedy from the UWS Social Justice Social Change Research Centre, says Australi...

Media Charged With Sensationalism

...d women below the age of 35years//. There were 431 registered suicides in 2005,with approximately 6% of those recorded as copycat suicides. The HSE today appealed to the media not to sensationalize suicides, adding that a significant number of these deaths were preventable. “We are sensing that th...

HIV Test is Becoming Mandatory as a Part of Pre-marriage Exercise

...of marriages. // Pathology labs in the city have registered an increase in the number of HIV tests, particular...ed an increase in the number of HIV tests. We have registered more than 25 percent growth in the number of HIV tests," said Rakesh Sharan of J. Sharan Pathologica...

AIIMS Doctors Assists Police in Rahul Mahajan’s Drug Abuse Cas

...pected drug overdose after the binge. The police registered a case against Apollo on June 9 on charges of providing false information. The hospital had initially maintained that Rahul's toxic screen test did not reveal any narcotics in his blood and urine samples. However, the Central Forensic Sciences Labo...

Police Summoned Apollo Doctors in Rahul Mahajan’s Cas

...ioning has not been finalised yet." Delhi Police registered a case against Apollo on June 9 on charges of prov...he police about drug abuse by Rahul Mahajan. "We registered a case against the hospital under Section 182 of the Indian Penal Code," said a senior police offici...

NHS Funding For Continuing Care: Eligibility Criteria Simplified

...NHS."This would buy just seven-and-a-half hours of registered nursing per week and in no way reflects the real costs of nursing people with long-term, complex health needs."...

Govt to Pass Amendment to Curb Sex Selective Abortions: Ramadoss

.... The minister revealed that 387 cases have been registered so far for conducting sex determination tests and selective abortions, while in one case in Jammu and Kashmir the concerned doctor has been convicted. Seeking the help of the civil society and NGOs in stepping up vigil, Ramadoss said plans are unde...

Trans Fats Adding Inches to the Waistline

...trans fat diet. According to Dr Frankie Phillips registered dietician with the British Dietetic Association, ‘It is an interesting finding. Trans fats up cholesterol levels, but also, increased abdominal fat leads to insulin resistance and that combined with poor blood cholesterol levels can increase the risk...

AIDS Claims Five Lives in Madhya Pradesh

... unmarried. "People between 21 and 30 years have registered a sharp rise in AIDS cases. Many men in their early 20s are becoming most susceptible," said the MPSACS official. "Of the total 1,701 AIDS patients in Madhya Pradesh, 38 percent belong to the 21-30 age group. This is just one percent less than thos...

Funds Galore For Prescription–only Medicines in 'Down Under

...equivalent of Pharmac. Of these medicines, 72 are registered in New Zealand, of which only 20 are funded by Pharmac. The report showed that New Zealand is slower to fund new drugs when compared to Australia. Dr Pippa MacKay, chairwoman of Researched Medicines Industry Association (RMI) said that Cl...

Africans Should Take Their Traditional Medicine Very Seriously

...- to seven-year courses in which there are 490 000 registered traditional-medicine practitioners. India has seven registered traditional-medicine practitioners for every 10 000 people and has supported the sector since indepe...

SC Clears Deck For Implementation Of Nutrition Scheme

... scheme was held up for two months as three of the registered Non Profit Organisations, which had applied for tr... the Committee of experts found that they were not registered for a period of three years as per the requirement. Delhi Government by an affidavit had alleged t...

Western Region Tops in Indian Biotech Growth

... an increase of 36 percent. About 320 firms were registered in India during the fiscal year under review. Of them 175 companies were set up in Karnataka, including 158 in Bangalore. The biotech sector will build new business models based on niche markets and steer away from blockbuster models. Our role will...

Apollo Hospitals among world's top 10 in heart surgeries

Chennai. Chennai-based Apollo Hospitals has registered the second highest success rate in heart surgeries, ensuring that 99.6 per cent of such procedures done //by it are success stories, the group's chairman Prathap C Reddy said here today. Delivering an address at a Nurses Day celebration, he said wh...

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