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A ‘Good Samaritan’ to the Aid of Lepes

...ised by the Hong Kong Medical Mobilization Corp, a registered non-profit charitable body. Fu observed that people diagnosed with the disease were shunned by society and even their relatives abandoned them. "Leprosy runs deep. It's not so difficult to cure the ulcers, but the wounds to the heart take a long ...

Party Over –now Its How to Get Ove’ the Hangove!

...gover symptoms. Experts like Khursheed Navder, a registered dietitian in New York, advice that after a drinking binge it’s essential to force yourself to drink plenty of water. Even if a person throws up, it is beneficial as that will help to flush out some of the alcohol. The earlier dehydration is addressed...

Dangerous Natural Phenomena Hits Russia in 2006

This year Russia registered the highest number of unfavourable and dangerous n... heat waves, strong winds and driving rains - were registered throughout Russia. "The year also ends unusually with abnormally warm weather in late November an...

Inherited Ischaemic Stroke More Common in Women Than Men

...tacks and strokes in a population of 91 106 people registered with 63 family physicians in Oxfordshire, UK. In addition to known differences between men and women with stroke and transient ischaemic attack, Touzé and Rothwell showed that women are more likely than men to have a history of stroke in mothers t...

Botox Has Cramp Healing Properties

...at the first session and Botox at the second, also registered an improvement in symptoms. After a year, half of the trial participants were still receiving Botox injections, and were finding them helpful. Side effects included mild and temporary muscle weakness and pain at the injection site. Symptom relief...

How a Woman Holds Fort in Her Little Kingdom – The Kitche

... pulse on their family’s preferences. Dr Lake, a registered dietician, said, “One reason for our findings could be that many of our study participants grew up in households that were traditionally structured, with their mothers in charge of most domestic duties. With this as their key reference point, our stu...

Delhi Medical Board to Probe Mistaken Surgery on Child

...ns out to be a case of negligence, a case would be registered against the concerned authority. A hospital official said that the case was under investigation. "We have received a complaint and have ordered an enquiry. We are not in a hurry and the report will be exhaustive. All aspects of the case will be t...

A Nurse’s Job Is Nerve Breakin

...nuary 2006 on nearly 19,000 nurses, which included registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and registered psychiatric nurses. The overall observation was that nurses face a variety of physical and emotion...

Even Slight Weight Gain Can Set Stage for Obesity and Health Risks

...ays, according to a UT Southwestern Medical Center registered dietitian. But even a slight weight gain, if left intact, can accumulate yearly and endanger health. “The problem is in gaining a pound or two and not working it off, even with good intentions and New Year’s resolutions. The gain stays on and adds...

Obese Women Have Reduced Risk of Developing Breast Cancer Before Menopause

...e Nurses’ Health Study II, a large group of female registered nurses who have been followed since 1989. At the beginning of the study, the women provided information about their adult height and their weight at age 18, as well as their current weight, any fertility problems, their family history of breast cance...

Registration Compulsory For Nursing Homes, Clinics – Says A New Proposed Law By Health Ministr

...ing homes, Diagnostic centres will soon need to be registered and also adhere to the minimum standards specified...d be made compulsory even if the establishment had registered under any other state law according to the proposed Act and that there would be a registering author...

Measures to Prevent HIV in Railway Employees

...es. Management of HIV Positive Persons · All registered HIV persons are being followed up in Mumbai Division of Central and Western Railway. · Medical Officers have been identified to interact and follow up the HIV positive persons. Treatment of AIDS Cases · All eligible AIDS persons in Mumbai Div...

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

...rsons on Monday that a child infected with HIV was registered in Turkestan, but "he has nothing to do with the regional children's hospital where the infection outbreak started." Another HIV-infected child has died, Babina said. HIV-contaminated blood transfusion, as medical personnel were allegedly reusing ...

Show me your pet, and I’ll tell you, who you are

...ord compared to owners of milder breeds, which are registered and licensed. During a study of 355 dog owners in Ohio, it was found that owners of breeds, which were notorious for ferocity, had a record of convictions due to violations of law. Further, nearly 30% of such owners had also failed to comply with t...

First Dengue Death in Ranchi

Considered safe from dengue so far, Ranchi registered its first death from the mosquito-borne disease.// Rabindra Singh, a public relations officer of the Central Mines Planning and Development Ltd (CMPDIL), a Coal India Ltd (CIL) undertaking, died of dengue Sunday night. He was admitted to the Guru N...

China Embarks On 'One Dog' Policy

...s or service dogs. Beijing has more than 550,000 registered dogs, up 20 percent from the previous year. The ministry of health website shows that 2,660 people in China died of rabies in 2004, compared with 159 reported fatalities in 1996. Source-IANS...

New Record Set By Orissa On Blood Donation

...ong youngsters and a new record of 2,017 units was registered on 26th October and was broken by 31st October donations crossing 3,074 units. Orissa Red Cross Society secretary Rabiratna Das said that last year the count was 2,09,925 units of blood from the Orissa state, of which 1,14,748 units had come from v...

Novel Plans Of FDA To Monitor Safety Of Medical Devices

...where complaints and problems faced by clients are registered and submission of complaints of defects on paper will be completely reverted to digital processing and expand present real time based data base which collects information from several hundreds of hospitals that would hopefully track safety problems ...

Private Hospitals Not Popular

...e the recent private players in healthcare. Of the registered users who were queried, only 34% expressed optimism regarding the increase in the number of private hospitals, but 57% did not support their presence. 9% were not sure of what to say....

Madhya Pradesh battles polio with yet another drive

... were detected in 2003 and 21 in 2002. No case was registered in 2004 and 2005. The state administration has set up 62,991 polio booths besides 2,248 transit booths and 1,778 mobile teams. In order to make the latest campaign successful, 9,886 supervisors and 161,817 workers have been appointed. Source-IANS ...

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