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New Dietary Approach To Manage Kidney Stones

...han the traditional low-calcium diet. A diet that restricts animal protein and salt is thought to reduce the urinary excretion of oxalate, a compound that combines with calcium and other compounds to form the deposits commonly known as kidney stones, the researchers explain. Low-calcium diets, on the other ha...

Bacterial discovery may help CF patients

... its component molecules, destroys the biofilm and restricts the establishment of infectious colonies. It appears DNaseI treatment may also be beneficial as an early prophylactic measure to prevent the establishment of bacterial infection in the lungs of people with cystic fibrosis. However, while DNaseI diss...

Bypassing open heart bypass surgery...

.... In other words, it is like a big scar. But as it restricts blood flow, it needs to be removed. Several methods were tried in the past to stop this but with little success. However, with the use of a drug, Rapamycine, essentially used to treat rejection following an organ transplant, researchers did not find ...

A ray of hope in treating blindness and other eye disorders

...maging the retina. The blood brain barrier, which restricts the certain drugs or other substances from reaching the brain and eye, poses serious technical difficulties. If this difficulty were overcome, the treating eye disorder would be made all the more simple....

Five New Anti-Inflammatory Compounds Produced By Indian Scientists

...estinal problems is yet another disadvantage, that restricts use of painkillers....

Iran Bans Smoking In Public Places

...s providing for a minimum fine of $12.5. It also restricts selling of cigarettes to anyone under the age of 18. Under the bill, an offender will have to pay a cash fine of $64, and his or her tobacco goods will also be confiscated. If a person repeats the offence, the new law provides for a fine of $1,278....

Mental Stress Linked To Higher Risk Of Heart Disease

...dothelial function. Endothelial dysfunction, which restricts the way the arteries dilate and allow blood flows, has been observed in patients with coronary artery disease. Fifty-two healthy African American adolescents, 15-18 years of age, participated in the study. They were given two hours of rest, one hou...

Opposition against Amendments in the Intellectual Property Law

...aper. The NGOs are also against an amendment as it restricts the patient to buy drugs at a higher price only from the local market even if the same drug is available for as low as half the price in a neighboring country. These changes in the Intellectual Property law will lead to a drastic increase in the pri...

Doctors Warn on Pregnancy Counselling

...have been associated with termination services and restricts the provision of such counselling to GPs who have undergone mental health training. "In combination, these three factors will significantly limit Australian women's access to pregnancy advice, care and counselling - the exact opposite of what the G...

People Under 60 At Risk Of Premature Peripheral Vascular Disease

...cular disease is a narrowing of blood vessels that restricts blood flow. It mostly occurs in the legs, but is sometimes seen in the arms. The disease can have serious consequences including limb loss and death. About 1.44 million people in the United States are affected by the disease. Coronary artery dis...

First Implantable artificial heart gets FDA’s approva

...table Replacement Heart, was approved. However, it restricts the use of more than 4,000 units of any device per year. The usage of this artificial heart is restricted to people with acute heart failure who cannot accept a heart transplant and are not likely to live for more than a month. “We're talking about...

New, Minimally-Invasive Surgery for the Morbidly Obese

... of initial weight loss. Transoral gastroplasty restricts or limits the expansion of the stomach when eating so patients feel full when they eat a small portion of food. Unlike other procedures to restrict the stomach, this is done with an endoscope through the mouth without any skin incisions. Transoral ga...

Lack of Evidence on Treatment for Narrowed Kidney Arteries

... or nervous systems, and Raynaud’s syndrome, which restricts blood flow to the fingers and toes. Source-Newswse SRM...

Nurses Ease the Wounded Heart

... in health care work environments. Unaddressed, it restricts nurses' ability to provide optimum patient care and to find job satisfaction...' Rushton cites a study that found half the nurses surveyed reported experiencing moral distress as a result of acting against their consciences in over- or under-treating...

Fall Back on Folic Acid to Improve Cognitive Abilities

...d homocysteine, in the blood of older adults which restricts cognitive ability, increasing the risk of dementia. To fully comprehend the benefits of folic acid, Dutch Scientists, conducted a study of 818 men and women who portrayed elevated levels of homocysteine. One group was administered 800 mg of folate ...

Madhya Pradesh Gets Tough on Sex Determination Tests

...al diagnostic techniques for sex determination and restricts sharing information on the foetus' sex. "It further prohibits sex selection, sale of ultrasound machines to unregistered units and any kind of advertising for sex determination techniques," said Sunil Jain, counsel for NGOs Praytan and Dharti Gram Ut...

US Lawmakers Considering Legislation to Restrict Payments by Drug Companies to Doctors

..., when The Minnesota Legislature passed a law that restricts drug companies from giving doctors gifts valued at more than $100 in any given year. The legislation also required companies to report and make public any consulting fees paid to doctors. Lee Greenfield, a former state representative in Minnesota a...

Milk Firms in Philippines Violate Breastfeeding Code: WHO

... the Supreme Court over the legality of a law that restricts the marketing of infant formula in a business worth hundreds of millions of dollars. "All the companies in one way or another violate the national code and the international code as well," Alessandro Iellamo from the WHO Philippines office, told a...

India Requires Over $200 Bn to Provide Quality Healthcare

...f infrastructure status and appropriate incentives restricts private sector entry into rural and semi-urban areas." The study also shows that even though 72.2 percent of India's population lives in the rural areas, 80 percent of doctors, 75 percent dispensaries and 60 percent of hospitals are in the urban ar...

Alcohol may Help You to Be Cool

...esulting in some level of aggression. "Drinking restricts our ability to pay attention, so we misbehave once our attention is narrowed to the most salient, attention-grabbing thing," Giancola said. Giancola concluded that alcohol has the potential to both increase and decrease aggression, depending on whe...

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