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Menopause considerations

...ause who put off children until their thirties are risking their chances of childbearing, according to a new study. A team of Dutch researchers has found that a woman with one or more first-degree relatives with a history of early menopause is liable to experience earlier menopause herself. Led by Dr Jan-Pe...

Focused Treatment For Childhood Cancer

..., doctors may be able to fight the disease without risking the side effects of prolonged and powerful radiation and chemotherapy at an early age. The latest research is a collaborative effort looking at a type of childhood tumour known as medulloblastoma, the most common childhood tumour of the CNS. The can...

Microscopic lens monitors heart problems

... bypass surgery is that arteries tend to re-block, risking heart attack and requiring further treatment.// If changes in blood flow through the artery could be detected at an early stage, it's possible that such complications could be averted. Researchers at the University of Texas have developed a microsco...

Epilepsy Drugs Found To Lead To Bone Loss

Older women who take drugs for epilepsy may be risking bone loss say researchers. Investigators tested post-menopausal women and found // those on epilepsy drugs were significantly more likely to have lower scores on heel and hip tests to measure bone density than women not taking the drugs. More than 6...

Unscrupulous Chinese Medicine traders putting lives at risk

...across the world. However, thousands of people are risking their health using rogue Chinese herbal medicine stores, experts said yesterday.// It is estimated that 6,000 stores across the Britain offer treatment for conditions ranging from eczema to the menopause. But the industry, although growing in popul...

Credentials Of Specialists Need To Be Checked

...nd to neglect the need for the same in healthcare, risking our health in the process. Imploring people to check the qualifications of their health professionals, he adds, 'Registration is a legal requirement, so if their name's not down, don't go in.' The idea is make people understand the importance of bei...

Zinc reduces morbidity due to diarrhea in HIV+ children

... cuts the chance of diarrhea and pneumonia without risking deterioration of HIV infection. Zinc deficiency is previously known to be associated with impaired immune function and an increased risk of infection. Diarrhea is one of the leading causes of death among children with HIV/AIDS as the compromised imm...

Mainstream medicine collides with alternate treatment: increasing health risks

... // of alternate treatment from there doctors and risking their health. The alternate forms of treatment have become so popular that half the population practices it! A study of more than 3000 South Australians to provide a snapshot of alternative medicine use was conducted led by University of Adelaide ...

Drinking too much water might be a cause of worry!

...and then sodium levels in blood fall. This causes risking collapse or even death. Weight gain after exercise is a good indicator while weight loss indicates that there is need to drink more water. But it should not be over done and a regime should be followed. ...

Salutations For The Selfless Heroes On World Red Cross Day

...served for the personal sacrifices they make, even risking their lives at times, in order to help others tirelessly. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and the Movement’s 183 National Societies will celebrate annual World Red ...

Outsourcing Medical Records Risky: Unison

...t medical typing can be done at a distance without risking patients' health. It is ridiculous and is a step too far," Mr Prentis said. Medical records are dictated in England and then sent electronically to other countries where they are transcribed. Reacting to these allegations, the Department of Health ...

Tourists Face Health Risks by Missing Vaccinations

... of British tourists face several health risks are risking their health by not taking their vaccinations or anti malaria pills before they go abroad//. The study has revealed that around three million people have visited tropical countries on holiday over the last five years without taking the recommended ...

BPO Companies are Blamed for Spoiling the Health of Asian Youth

...eting, they are actually paying a 'heavy price' by risking their health. Echoeing her views, Dr Prithakachari, a neurology specialist, says such youths have a tendency to become unsociable. 'Youths working in BPOs lose their ablity to enjoy and become irritable and unsociable.' Dr N Ramakrishnan, director,...

Sleep Deprived BPO Employees Could Suffer From Premature Ageing

...ceive, they are actually paying a 'heavy price' by risking their health. In total agreement with what she had stated, Dr Prithakachari, a neurology specialist, said, "Youths working in BPOs lose their ability to enjoy and become irritable and unsociable." Dr N Ramakrishnan, director, Nithra Institute of Slee...

Cervical Cancer Deaths Increase In South Australian Women

...ening Unit manager Bernadette Kenny said women are risking their lives by not getting regular screenings. "More than 90 per cent of cervix cancers are preventable with regular screening which makes early intervention absolutely crucial," she said....

Pregnancy And Alcohol Do Not Gel

...of Health in Wales said that pregnant women may be risking their own health as well as their baby's by drinking alcohol during pregnancy. Baby charity Tommy's// said that in a survey over 7 percent pregnant women admitted that they drank more than permitted. The recommended limit is one to two units once o...

Mental Health Package Regrettably Undervalues the Role of the GP

...ng hurdles between patients and GP care they need, risking its viability. “The Government is undervaluing the role of GPs in mental health, and has failed to recognise the unique skills and experience that GPs have in this area,” Dr Haikerwal said. “We have spent considerable time convincing the Governme...

Are call centers turning a deaf ear to potential acoustic shocks?

...900,000 call centre employees, who are undoubtedly risking an important faculty of theirs, gravely. Employers are legally bound by the Control of Noise at Work Regulations Act 2005 that stipulates all call centre hubs to offer protection to their workers from unhealthy noise levels at the workplace. Clearl...

Poor Sanitation Causes 3.1 Million Child Deaths In Asia

... many communities, they walk long distances, often risking personal safety. There is an increased evidence of sexual and physical assaults when toilets are in a remote location." Source-IANS...

Echinacea: Cold-Season Cure or Risk?

... the University of Arkansas suggests people may be risking some unwelcome side effects with this common herbal remedy. Although various botanical extracts have been shown in the laboratory to have some antimicrobial effects, previous to this research there had been no published information about their effec...

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