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Gujarat quake-Rescue teams give up hope of finding more survivors

The rescue teams involved in the tedious process of finding survivors of the Gujarat quake, from below the rubble, are fast giving up hope of finding any more survivors. They are now concentrating in clearing the rubble and saving the injured who have been luck...

Type of inhaler used in asthma treatment crucial

...using the breath-actuated device, with less use of rescue medication for asthma symptoms, fewer courses of steroids and less courses of antibiotics for respiratory infections prescribed to this group....

China tells officials not to hide SARS damage

...history of faking data.The government has moved to rescue sectors battered by SARS by offering subsidised interest payments on loans to airlines and travel agencies and a cut in taxes for other hard-hit sectors such as hotels and restaurants....

Father of CPR dies at 79

...itation that he combined with chest compression, a rescue technique that had already been researched and documented by others. The result was a first-aid method that many people learn using a lifelike mannequin known as a Resusci-Anne doll. Safar established the first intensive care unit in 1958 at the Bal...

Protein said to Improve Muscle Loss

...hat line the outside of muscle fibers. These cells rescue damaged muscles and divide to form new muscle tissue. They also generate new cells for future repairs. Previous studies have shown satellite cells respond when a certain protein called Notch is activated by another protein called Delta. Researchers ...

CPR! How Effectively is it being done ?

Researchers who observed rescue crews performing CPR on heart attack victims found they regularly gave people significantly // more breaths than called for by American Heart Association CPR standards.While the standards call for 12 to 15 breaths per minute, the EMS personnel were d...

Protein Found To Improve Muscle Loss

...people maintain // their youthfulness. These cells rescue damaged muscles and divide to form new muscle tissue. They also generate new cells for future repairs. Previous studies have shown satellite cells respond when a certain protein called Notch is activated by another protein called Delta. Researchers ...

Asthma may increase the risk for bacterial infection of the lungs

... as asthma that requires to be treated with use of rescue therapy or long term use of oral corticosteroids, being prescribes at least thrice for the use of -agonists in the year before the beginning of the study. The results of the study had concluded that asthma is an independent risk for invasive pneumo...

Research Shows Carbon Monoxide Prevents Inflammations

...pients. But the scientists discovered they could rescue the mice by having them inhale CO-enriched air (100 ppm) for two weeks after transplantation, or by giving them a drug that induces high levels of Hmox expression. Source: Newswise Medindia on Obliterative Bronchiolitis: further information O...

Natural formula for protection against vision loss

...mbrane damage. Science has once again come to our rescue as researchers have found that nutrients and antioxidants can help neutralize dangerous free radicals, and may even provide additional benefits for maintaining healthy vision. These specific nutrients have now been used as the basis of the new patent...

Peaceful Slumber said to Restore Memories

...er of physical recharge. Researchers say sleep can rescue memories in a biological process of storing and consolidating them deep in the brain's complex circuitry.Researchers who conducted the experiments said the results may influence how students learn, and someday could be incorporated into treatments fo...

Three Sisters Have One Baby and Make History

...r a baby from her husband. Her sisters came to her rescue and decided to help and the rest of the history was created by the modern methods of science. The son named Charlie weighing 3.8 Kgs was born to give joy to the three. This unique event was covered on BBC in a programme called 'One Life - Three Si...

Lung Cancer: Nutritional Intervention Comes To The Rescue

...chemotherapy or surgical excision, can come to the rescue of those diagnosed with terminal lung cancer....

Asthma Patients Under The Care Of An Allergist Report Less Severe Symptoms

...also less likely to have overused Beta-agonists, a rescue medication, in the past year. They also were mo...quality of life, fewer hospitalizations, need less rescue medication and generally report higher satisfaction with their quality of care....

Shortage Of Funds In Primary Care Trust In UK

...s organizations that appealed to the Government to rescue patients from financial failure faced by hospitals. Continuation of the existing trend has been forecasted to reach £620m across England by the end of March. The decision has raised mixed reactions among members of the scientific community. Some pe...

UN Calls For More Funds For Earthquake Affected

... to get more funding for the Operation Winter Race rescue efforts. The plastic sheets, quilts, and blankets which are required alone will cost US$ 4.5 million. Priority is being given to the affected people living at high altitudes. A joint strategy has been drawn up by the Pakistan Army and the humanitar...

Poor Andhra Women Enable Bypass Surgery Paying 50 Paise Each

...erms for income generating activities, came to her rescue following some persuasion by officials of the District Rural Development Agency (DRDA). Involved in an intense three-week campaign to raise the money was the district's 12,000 SHGs, or a total of 120,000 women. Most were farm labourers, barely earni...

Violent computer games spur aggression: study

...4: Player is a special forces agent who is sent to rescue the President’s kidnapped daughter. Images include a woman pinned to a wall by a pitchfork through her face 50 Cent: Bulletproof Loosely based on the gangster lifestyle of the rapper. Player engages in shootouts and loots the bodies of victims to b...

Sob Story: Women Woefully Depressed

...regular exercise. Anti-depressants can come to the rescue of cases with moderate or severe depression combined with counselling and psychotherapy. The antidepressants are not addictive in most of the cases. For more details log on to www.depressionalliance.org ...

Support and Care to Grieving Parents Can Offset Suicidal Tendencies

...udy.Progress made in palliative care, comes to the rescue of such parents who are undergoing grief, and adequate support is given to help them cope with the grief. Parents are also advised to return unused medications, after the death of the child so that safe disposal methods are possible.Presently there...

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