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Smallpox Would Spread Rapidly

... experts argue that once an outbreak has occurred, restricting mass transportation and informing the public about the nature of the outbreak and how to minimize the risk of illness may more effectively prevent the spread of disease than isolating everyone who has been exposed. The smallpox vaccine can also be us...

New Dietary Approach To Manage Kidney Stones

... intake of calcium. But new research suggests that restricting animal protein and salt may be a better way to prevent stones from recurring. In the study, 20% of men on a low-animal protein, low-salt diet that contained normal amounts of calcium had recurrent stones after 5 years, compared with 38% of men on a l...

Diet combined to Alzheimer's disease

...s say this study shows there could be a benefit of restricting calories and low-fat diets in individuals who are carriers of the APOE epsilon 4 gene....

New and unique treatment for Psoriasis patients

... risk of cancer might increase. The FDA, while not restricting the number of times patients can repeat Amevive therapy when their psoriasis recurs, has warned that the effects of the drug on developing fetus is not yet known....

WHO Travel Advice to prevent spread of "Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)

...d to limit further international spread of SARS by restricting travel to areas where the transmission patterns of SARS are not fully understood. The SARS situation, which is rapidly evolving, is under constant assessment by WHO in collaboration with three global networks of experts. The new advice is issued as p...

Better Diet Even Late in Life May Prolong It

...e." Partridge says the researchers don't know why restricting the diet had such a dramatic effect on mortality. In the past, she says, researchers have hypothesized that dietary restriction increases the life span because it slows down the damaging effects of processes, like oxidation, that occur as food is dig...

Is Drinking Extra Fluids Safe When You’re Sick

...evelop hyponatremia can be effectively treated by restricting their fluid intake. However researchers say more studies need to be conducted to determine if drinking extra fluids is safe for patients. Researchers also caution that until enough evidence is got , one should be careful about universally recommend...

Preventing cavities in children

...ly, limiting juice to four to six ounces daily and restricting other sugary drinks to occasional use. They believe by establishing guidelines, it could decrease the number of cavities and also help lower the prevalence of obesity. They urge pediatricians, pediatric nurse practitioners and dieticians to discuss t...

Lorenzos oil for prevention of pediatric neurological disorder

...eseed oil, for over a period of seven years, after restricting their dietary fat intake. Adrenoleukodystrophy is an inherited neurological disorder that is relatively rare. In this disease, the brain loses its fatty covering called myelin sheath and the adrenal gland degenerates. This can lead to increasing neu...

E-Mail Affects Brain More Than Marijuana

...he opportunity for face-to-face conversations, and restricting the use of technology during meetings and important tasks. The computer company also advocates helping colleagues prioritize their e-mail messages by stating intent in the subject line, as well as avoiding unnecessary electronic messages such as "Tha...

Nutrient Profiling System Launched By Food Officials in UK

...ntry’s advertising regulator, currently looking at restricting the advertising of certain foods to children. However the system is due for a second reading in the European Parliament at the end of the year or early 2006, if passed, regulators could look towards the UK's nutrient profiling system in the near futu...

Recurrence of aggressive uterine cancer reduced by new form of therapy

...s like ovarian cancer and spreads just as rapidly, restricting the choice of treatment to only chemotherapy. A state-of-the-art treatment program now developed at Yale School of Medicine has been found to increase survival from the aggressive uterine papillary serous carcinoma (UPSC) sparing the need for addit...

Hazards of Electromagnetic Fields for children

...e limits. Children’s RF exposure can be reduced by restricting the length of calls or by using hands-free devices to keep mobile phones away from the head and body. Because of widespread use of mobile phones and relatively high exposures to the brain among children and adolescents, investigation of the potenti...

United Kingdom Is Lagging In Novelty In The Field Of Pharmaceuticals

...an delay access to the market.” The last policy of restricting on patients access to information on new medicines are to be considered. Verheugen is confident that the program will deliver some concrete results within three years. Source: Nature Biotechnoogy...

Vitamin Abuse Syndrome In the UK

...plements should be set up including which involves restricting their accessibly to appropriate health professionals . 1.A High does of Iron supplements can interact with antibiotics and make them less effective in fighting infections. 2.High doses of vitamin B6, which is used to combat premenstrual tension, c...

Massive Production Of Bird Flu Vaccine To Be Initiated In China

...bird flu outbreak has to a larger extent helped in restricting spread of the disease. An initial result of human trials of a native bird flu vaccine is expected to be released within three months. On the whole, the picture in China represents a ray of hope for effective management of bird flu....

Russia warns against travel to Turkey, Iran closes border

...of the H5N1 strain confirmed in Turkey, Iran began restricting movements across its border with Turkey. But other experts have cautioned that there was no indication that holidaymakers would be at risk from human-to-human transmission of the disease....

Briton tourists warned of Bird flu threat in Turkey

...aid of bird flu threat. The tour promoters are not restricting tourist booking as they feel there is no immediate threat of bird flu. The UK officials are not restricting Britons traveling to Turkey but they want the tourists to stay away from animal market....

Ward Off Aging With A Low-Calorie Nutritional Diet

...an National Institute of Health in Rome shows that restricting calorie intake coupled with optimal nutrition may delay primary aging in humans, science portal world-science.net reported. The study, to appear in the Jan 17 issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, claims to be the first to ass...

Cardiac Aging Can Be Contained

...es to show that primary aging can // be delayed by restricting calories in human beings, according to researcher Dr Luigi Fontana. This fact has already been proved in the case of small mammals. As many as 25 healthy adults were assessed at the Washington University. Particular attention was paid to diastolic...

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