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Nurse Has Miraculous Escape as Window is Blown Off an Air Ambulance

Chris Fogg, a critical care nurse and a resident of Idaho in US had a miraculous escape while traveling by an air ambulance . He was flying with a patient and the pilot last Wednesday from Twin Falls, Idaho, to Seattle when a window was blown off. At that time they were flying at a height of 20,00...

Eastern Equine Encephalitis Spreading Its Tentacles in Massachusetts

...e of all ages, including Sheila Clark, a Lakeville resident who went into a coma. Phillips attended a fund-raiser in May for Clark, and expressed her sympathies to the family. "I wanted to tell her husband that there is still hope," she said. Phillips previously worked for the Massachusetts Bay Transportati...

Gays and Lesbians can Obtain asylum in US on Grounds of Harassment and Abuse

...nd have a useful profession," said the man, a D.C. resident who spoke on condition he not be identified because he does not want to jeopardize his job as a U.S. government medical researcher. "A lot of people don't have winnable cases, but they are living desperate lives." Ironically, experts said, it might...

Viagra Improves Heart Function, Finds Study

...vailable. Dr. Jayan Nagendran, a cardiac surgery resident at the U of A and the first author of the paper, said that the finding was important as Viagra can be clinically and immediately relevant to help these patients. "There are a number of medical conditions in both children and adults for which there ...

Arthroscopic Treatment of Tennis Elbow is Successful

...stigator Champ L. Baker, III, M.D., an orthopaedic resident at the University of Pittsburgh. The initial success from our original short-term study was maintained long term. I am happy to say that arthroscopic release is a good treatment option for lingering tennis elbow. The patients were enrolled through ...

AIIMS Fined Rs 5 Lakhs for Negligence

...ffering from breast cancer. Ayesha Begum (50), a resident of Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh, was referred to AIIMS in 1998 by a local doctor there after he suspected that she may be was suffering from carcinoma of breast. She was subjected to radio-therapy and thereafter, was rendered physically handicapped due ...

Katrina Evacuees Made To Remain In Toxic Air

...f the hazards surfaced and a month after a trailer resident sued the agency, a FEMA logistics expert wrote that agency attorneys had "advised that we do not do testing, which would imply FEMA's ownership of this issue." Another FEMA attorney on June 15 wrote, "Do not initiate any testing until we give the OK....

Artificial Trans Fat Banned in Chain Restaurant in King County

...the labeling requirement. Chris Clifford, a Renton resident who said he's owned several restaurants in King County, said very few customers need labeling to know that a 16-ounce steak rolled in butter is fattening. He said that it would be better to put a warning on the door saying "Eating here is fattening a...

Help is Hard to Find for Child Sex Abuse Victims in India

...had happened to her, the now 21-year-old New Delhi resident never spoke about the sexual abuse she suffered as a child. In India, where a landmark study released in April showed half of the 15,000 children and young adults it surveyed had endured some form of sexual abuse, a heavy curtain of silence surrou...

Delhi Sees the Sun but Turns Cloudy Again

...d humid. I hope it rains," said Sarita Dasgupta, a resident of north Delhi. As the day advanced, Dasgupta's prayers, like many others, were answered with the city skies turning cloudy. And officials at the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) had good news to offer. "The skies will remain cloudy for the...

Software Improvements in Breast MRI Scans

...n of the journal Radiology. Williams was a medical resident in radiology at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) when the research was done. She is now a fellow in pediatric radiology at Childrens Hospital and Regional Medical Center in Seattle. In summary, our findings suggest that CAE has the potential...

South Asians Seek Bone Marrow for Young Indian American

...nd Medical Degrees from Boston University. He is a resident in orthopedics at Boston Medical Centre. He was married in 2005 to Rashmi, a medical student at Boston University....

Kidney Donor Alleges Fraud by Doctors

...e else," she told reporters. M. Venkateswarlu, a resident of Illendu in Khammam district, about 250 km from Hyderabad, had been suffering from kidney failure for few years. He was admitted to the Osmania General Hospital three months ago. Since both his kidneys had failed, Radhika offered to donate one of h...

Indian Doctor in Britain Made Record Eye Check-ups in a Day

...er and possibly Cambodia next year,' the Middlesex resident said....

70-year-old, Three Sons Seek Mercy Death

...bly a wise option," says 70-year-old Hakimuddin, a resident of Kamalpur village in Bhadrak district. His three sons, Raffiuddin, 35, Mayiuddin, 33, and Mustaffa, 30, are stated to be suffering from a rare genetic disease - that weakens the limbs - since they were 15 years old. They have no money to seek tre...

Majority of Herb Users Don't Follow Evidence-based Indications, Researchers Find

...ditya Bardia, M.D., lead author of the study and a resident in the Department of Internal Medicine at Mayo Clinic, because herbal supplements can have adverse side effects and interact negatively with therapeutic drugs. Physicians should ask patients about herb use during every clinical visit and hospital adm...

UCLA Researchers Discover Link Between Parkinsons and Narcolepsy

...Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA, assistant resident neurobiologist Thomas C. Thannickal and associate research physiologist Yuan-Yang Lai have determined that Parkinson's disease patients have a loss of up to 60 percent of brain cells containing the peptide hypocretin. In 2000, this same group of UC...

The Plight of Jharkhand's Mysterious deaf Village

...have the same ailment," said Aabid Ansari, another resident of the village. In the village's primary school, there are 110 students, of whom 40 face the same problem. "It is indeed a difficult task to ensure that each student hears me properly. I have to speak loudly in the classroom," said a teacher. ...

Combining NSAIDs With Chemotherapy May Improve Cancer Therapy

...s research team included Jonathan Bock, M.D., a UI resident in otolaryngology and lead author of the two studies published in recent issues of the journals Molecular Carcinogenesis and Cancer Research. Prabhat Goswami, Ph.D., UI assistant professor, and Frederick Domann, Ph.D., UI professor, both faculty in r...

Veterans Exposed to Agent Orange Increased Risk of Prostate Cancer Recurrence

... more likely," says Dr. Sagar R. Shah, MCG urology resident who is presenting the data May 20 during the American Urological Association Annual Meeting in Anaheim, Calif. The study looked at 1,653 veterans who had prostate cancer surgery at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers in five cities betwe...

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