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Over the Counter Drugs can Be Highly Addictive, Warn Doctors

...mol and codeine) and suggest more than 4000 people registered there currently have this problem. There are no official statistics documenting the extent of dependence on legal non-prescription drugs, say the authors. They call for large scale research to assess and monitor the extent of the problem. Source-...

High Court Warns Medical Staff Against Misuse of Ambulance

...aid all vehicles fitted with medical equipment and registered with the transport authorities as an ambulance would be used only to carry patients for medical treatment. The court further asked petitioner and counsel Varun Goswami to keep a watch on the implementation of its directives. "If the order is not ...

Satraplatin Benefits Hormone Refractory Prostate Cancer Patients

... being investigated. Taxotere? (docetaxel) is a registered trademark of Aventis Pharma S.A. For Further information contact: GPC Biotech at www.gpc-biotech.com. /...

Multiple Sclerosis Patients to Benefit With AVONEX(R) Nurse Services Program

...le." The AVONEX Nurse Services program will have registered nurses covering the majority of the country who will provide a wide range of services that will help patients in a home setting. Services include: ?At-home injection training and follow-up visit(s) ?Assistance in managing injection anxiety) ?Managem...

Chronically Ill Prisoners Face Great Healthcare Problems

...t, which estimated that only half of prisoners are registered with family doctors but make more than average use of health services while they are in prison. The research team points out that health problems such as smoking, past use of illegal drugs and hazardous drinking are high among UK prisoners and they...

Eyes Wide Shut-To The Dangers Of Kajal

...y NYC officials. In fact, a case of lead poisoning registered in five pregnant women led to the recent warnings against the imported eye cosmetics. Warns Nancy Clark, assistant commissioner of environmental disease prevention at the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene: “Children won't feel or look sick at...

Abbott Offers Aluvia to Thailand in Return for Compulsory Licensing Halt

...t was cutting the price of Kaletra and Aluvia when registered to $1000 a year in 40 lower middle-income countries following discussions with World Health Organization director-general Margaret Chan. But the company said that its offer would only apply where its patents are respected, a clear warning to the Thai...

Computerized Attendance to Check Late Coming Teachers

.... Just by clicking a button, the teachers would be registered automatically and fingerprints fed into the machine. After entering school, teachers would have to press the button on the machine, which will mark their attendance along with the time. Source-IANS/V...

Statisticians Alarmed As Canada Zooms Towards Labour Shortage

...t. In the nursing profession, the average age of registered nurses has been going up rapidly because of few new entrants. In 1991, there were almost five nurses aged 20 to 34 for every nurse aged 55 and over. By 2001, that ratio was down to two young nurses for every one aged 55 or older. Immigrants, says S...

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Claims Another Set Of Victims

...nal rains. A case of carbon monoxide poisoning was registered then. Last December at Kerala’s capital three partying youngsters lost their lives due to what is believed, the same reason. Their dead bodies were found next to their car, in a shuttered garage that left no scope for ventilation. Experts say t...

Expert Warn- Odds Still Stacked Against Hormone Replacement Therapy

...reast cancer account for 39 percent of all cancers registered in women in the UK. The total incidence of these three cancers in the study population is 63 percent higher in current users of HRT than in newer users.” HRT leads to "a material increase" in these common cancers, the authors conclude. When women s...

UK’s Junior Doctors Losing Hop

...s could be wrecked by the changes. Complaints registered over the MTAS include lack of sufficient job choices, computers crashing, non-medically qualified people being involved in short-listed candidates and scant information on qualifications being made available to interviewers. According to the BMA,...

Britain’s Mental Health Scene Encouragin

...re concerns by the organization for those patients registered with them, who are not compliant with their mode of treatment. Another problem area identified is of those patients who take their own lives in such institutions. One line of treatment proposed is the Community Supervised Treatment. Moves are als...

Stricter Norms for Chemists in Punjab to Curb Addiction

...dicines to consumers. He said there were 28,738 registered pharmacists and many of them could be working at more than one establishment. "We will put an end to this practice," Sood said. The minister said that drug dependence and addiction was on the rise, especially in rural areas and small towns. ...

Abbott to Subsidize Price of HIV Drug

... for the new price. Today, Kaletra capsules are registered in 118 countries. GPL/B...

Tea Workers Health Precarious, a Study

...iasis and pulmonary tuberculosis. The study also registered prevalence of Non-Communicable diseases like hypertension (45.9 per cent), senile cataract (25.3 per cent), epilepsy and back pain. Existence of Vitamin A and B-complex deficiency disorder among children was comparable to lower socio-economic group...

Sultans of Suntans Warned

...th 169 listed, three times more than Sydney, which registered a 100 per cent rise to 63 clinics. Numbers in all other capitals rose by between 70 and 400 per cent of over the period except the Northern Territory, which has no listings. Alarmed skin cancer experts are now calling for tougher regulation of the t...

Irish Dentists Wipe The Smiles Off Their Patients

...2000. Currently, more than 90 percent of dentists registered under the IDA have withdrawn support to this scheme which means that medical card holders will now have to pay from their own pocket, all chargers incurred while visiting their local area dentist. According to Dr Maurice Quirke, Chairman of the Gen...

Gender Linked to Development of Skin Cancer

... differences between the two groups. The male mice registered a weaker inflammatory response than did the females, as measured by the thickness of their skin and myeloperoxidase levels. They also had more extensive DNA damage in their skin and lower antioxidant levels in their skin than the females. In a seco...

Gender Linked to Development of Skin Cancer

... differences between the two groups. The male mice registered a weaker inflammatory response than did the females, as measured by the thickness of their skin and myeloperoxidase levels. They also had more extensive DNA damage in their skin and lower antioxidant levels in their skin than the females. In a seco...

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