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Diabetic Girl Reported Missing

...dition in a proper manner. However, her failure to return home last night, and her medication running out today, suggests she may seek help from elsewhere or she could be ill.’ He also added ‘The public should be aware that diabetics without insulin can show signs similar to that of someone under the infl...

Cancer Research UK Offers New Hope To Cancer Patients

...K does expects to receive a share of any financial return made by the companies. Richard Tiner, medical director of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) said that he personally could saw no reason for the scheme to fail, but accepted that there could be legal hurdles surrounding ...

RMIT Staff Diagnosed with Brain Tumors

...stone unturned in seeking the cause. No one should return to working on those floors until the university is absolutely certain that it is safe.’ An information phone line has been set up for concerned students and families and will be staffed from 8.30am to 6pm. The number is 1800 155 945. ...

Need for More Talking Therapies for Treating Depression

...itive behavioural therapy (CBT) in helping people return to work. If it succeeded other centers could also be opened around England. According to the charity Mind says evidence from its helpline callers show 83% take medication while only 6% receive therapy for depression. The centers would be open to ...

Indefinite Strike By Doctors Affects Medical Services In Delhi

...IIMS. "A nurse told me that resident doctors may return to work after Monday and things are expected to be normal after that. I regret my decision to come to AIIMS," he added. Niranjan Singh from Aligarh in Uttar Pradesh, was waiting at AIIMS to get doctors attend to his elder brother, who had met with ...

Morning-After Pill At The Local Pharmacy Could Prevent Unwanted Pregnancies

...s providing the item free are required to submit a return to the Primary Care Trust, which includes the age of the client and the number of hours between unprotected sex or contraception failure and dispensing. The researchers collated data from 116 pharmacy request forms and compared them with 87 request...

Patients Indignant at Exorbitant Phone Bills from Hospital

...ospital. Later the providers are allowed to earn a return for their investment by levying charges for the use of the phones. Investigations by the Office of Communications (Ofcom) have revealed that these exorbitant charges for incoming calls had resulted from ‘a complex web of Government policy and agree...

9/11 Firefighters' Can Regain Lung Capacity: Study

...he lung capacities of such 9/11 firefighters could return to normal. Dr. David J. Prezant, co-director of the Fire Department's World Trade Center Medical Monitoring Program, and an author of the study, said that the lungs would cure and clean themselves up naturally and restore the proper capacity to bre...

Patients Bear The Brunt Of Doctor’s Strik

...om chicken pox. "For the last two days, I had to return from both Safdarjung and AIIMS. Today I am not in a mood to return. His condition is becoming worse and I will not go without showing my son to doctors," she said outside the Sardarjung Hospital's emergency ward, tears rolling down her cheeks. The ...

Arjun Singh Softens Stand on Quota But says Reservation Irrevocable

...heir services maybe terminated if they do not soon return to work. The Health Minister said: "We are very clear that we are trying to work on this. I don't know what more assurances the ministers could give, more than this. The doctors should take note of this; they should not cause such a huge problem fo...

Survival After Cardiac Arrest Is Aided By Cooling

...as measured by neurological scores, median days to return to normal, and neuron density in the hippocampus. The 35oC group had somewhat lower results while the normal group had the worst outcomes. Overall, the benefit of cooling only 2 oC was similar to 4 oC cooling. These results suggest that even modest c...

Prompt Diagnosis Could Be Life-Saving In Mini-Strokes

.... Both study groups had a 12% chance of having a return visit for a related problem. Although more ADP patients were found to have stroke during their initial visit (7 vs. 4), a comparable number developed a subsequent stroke (3 vs. 2) or other major clinical event (4 each). In summary, using an accelerat...

Breast-Feeding In Public – Will The Society Accept It

...challenges to breastfeeding. Many women view their return to work as a cause for ending their breastfeeding regime early. Even women who use a breast pump require 30 minutes of privacy each workday to expel breast milk. In the May issue of The Journal of Pediatrics, a commentary by Dr. Tonse Raju from the N...

Striking Students Asked to Vacate Hostels

...resident doctors to vacate hostels if they fail to return to work," Health Ministry officials said here today. The step was taken after government issued advertisements for recruiting resident doctors, interviews for which were likely to begin tomorrow, they said. "The new doctors will need hostels," th...

Recently discovered deep-sea reefs catch the attention of the drug discovery team

...uipment turnaround, Harbor Branch researchers will return to the Miami area on a separate expedition from May 31 to June 9 to conduct the first in depth survey of deep reef areas in the region to better assess the ecological importance of the reefs and to identify factors responsible for their incredible di...

Birmingham Hip Resurfacing System, Another Option To Hip Replacement Surgery

...ng hip resurfacing most patients should be able to return to their normal physical activities after the first year. ‘Hip resurfacing allows the patient to return to a higher level of activity than with traditional total hip replacements,’ adds Dr. Schubert. Th...

Quality Of NHS Hospitals Getting Dirtier Despite Promises

... contact number in case they were worried on their return home. In accident and emergency departments a quarter, compared with a third in 2002, waited more than four hours before being given a bed. But almost, 92% rated the overall care as "excellent", "very good" or "good" and 80% to have been treated wi...

Breastfeeding Mothers Arrested For Public Indecency

...challenges to breastfeeding. Many women view their return to work as a cause for ending their breastfeeding regime early. Even women who use a breast pump require 30 minutes of privacy each workday to expel breast milk. In the May issue of The Journal of Pediatrics, a commentary by Dr. Tonse Raju from the N...

Record Number Of Women Use Abortion Pills

...egnancy hormones. Two days later, the woman should return for a second drug, which triggers the miscarriage. Patients are sent away after the second dose so the miscarriage takes place at home. People who support this treatment feel that as the woman has the miscarriage at home it could give her a greater...

Ramadoss Examines Patients At AIIMS, Warns Striking Doctors

...ion against the striking medicos if they failed to return to work. The minister, wearing the doctors' white...pointed permanently'. Appealing to the doctors to return to work, the minister said 'poor patients are coming here from different parts of the country; I app...

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