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Grains do good

...The first item listed should be whole-wheat flour, rolled oats, cracked wheat or steel cut wheat or oats. Other whole-grain foods include: whole-wheat pasta, oatmeal, whole-grain cereal, popcorn, wheat germ, brown rice, quinoa, bulgur wheat and wheat berries....

Pulses and grains protect the heart

...The first item listed should be whole-wheat flour, rolled oats, cracked wheat or steel cut wheat or oats. Other whole-grain foods include: whole-wheat pasta, oatmeal, whole-grain cereal, popcorn, wheat germ, brown rice, quinoa, bulgur wheat and wheat berries....

The 'forgotten epidemic' killing millions

...laria, the ancient mosquito-borne disease that was rolled back by medical advances in the mid-20th century, ...laria, the ancient mosquito-borne disease that was rolled back by medical advances in the mid-20th century, is making a deadly comeback. Strains of the disea...

Food labels to include information on trans fats in US

...already contain trans fat listings. companies have rolled out their new labels as their supplies of old ones ran out. But not every new label will be in place on Sunday, as stores use up products with old labels. The idea behind the labeling is to give consumers more information they can use to make health...

NHS financial crisis may lead to roll back of flexi-work scheme and private acquisition

...roduced four years back by the Government is being rolled back// due to financial crisis in the NHS fund. The Private hospitals have also showed interest to acquisition of NHS funded government hospitals which are working in a horrible situation due to financial crisis. Last year the government hospitals ...

Ataxia: a problematic disease's gene deciphered

...with scientific as well as historical implications rolled in one...

President Bush proposes HSAs scheme for the benefit of both the workers and the country

... has to be spent only on medical care. HSAs can be rolled over but if the new employer doesn't offer a required high-deductible health plan, then the worker has to discontinue his contribution to the savings account. But the worker can either spend or save money from the account. Bush and other advocates ...

Delay In Life-Saving Bowel Cancer Screening Programme In UK

...g has been agreed for the programme, which will be rolled out as planned from April 2006.' The focus of the programme is to supply home testing tests to individuals in the target group, every 2 years. Stool samples sent back by the patient to the screening centre would be analyzed for evidence of any tumo...

Mortality Rates Due To Heart Diseases Is High In Rural Areas Too

...ending on the success of the programme, it will be rolled out in other parts of the country with modifications according to specific requirements, said Joshi. According to a recent WHO report, cardiovascular diseases in India have claimed more than 250 lives per 100,000 deaths in the country. Bruce Nea...

Panacea Biotec In-Licenses FMD Vaccine

...or Rajesh Jain said. He said the vaccine would be rolled out in the market in the next 18-24 months after completing the technology transfer and would take part in the government's tender process for supply of the vaccine for eradication of FMD in India. 'Initially, we are targeting a production of about ...

User Charges At AIIMS Rolled Back

...ority of the members wanted the user charges to be rolled back. "The Union Health Ministry has decided to restore to the old rates," sources in the ministry said. The introduction of user charges at the Institute had triggered a sharp reaction from a cross section of people and more than 100 MPs from acro...

Power Cuts Cost Patient His Eyesight

... agony and harassment to the complainant. Lal was rolled into the operation theatre at the hospital on December 24, 2003 for a cataract surgery on his left eye. However, the surgery was interrupted by two power failures, which stalled the operation for almost 15-20 minutes as it turned out that the hospit...

Horticultural Therapy Offers Measurable Physical, Mental Benefits

...er from a pine cone smeared with peanut butter and rolled in bird seed,” Airhart said. “That’s an easy, inexpensive activity that can be applicable to patients of all ages who are being treated for a wide variety of conditions.” Although the positive interaction of people with plants has been noted as far...

Computerized Patient Used to Teach Science to Medical Students

...nstead, a semi-conscious,// vomiting “patient” was rolled into the lecture hall and the doctors-to-be were asked to help manage the case. “SimMan?,” a reproduction of an average-size adult, is more than a typical mannequin. The simulated patient makes realistic heart, lung, and bowel sounds and can be pro...

Tiny Sphere Of Nanoparticles Can Fight Cancer

... helps ovarian cancer cells survive and spread and rolled it into a liposome -- a lipid ball so small that its dimensions are measured in nanometers (billionths of a meter). Getting the siRNA inside tumour cells is important, Sood said, because the targeted protein, focal adhesion kinase (FAK), is inside ...

Instantaneous Diagnostic Test for Lead Poisoning

... challenge. The FDA has risen to the occasion, and rolled out a timely diagnostic examination, capable of recording blood lead levels in 3 minutes flat. ESA Biosciences of Chelmsford, Mass., the brain behind the snappy diagnostic test, have extended its reach and availability to 115,000 centers across ...

NDDB Launches Economical Hepatitis-B Vaccine

...‘Tortoise’ racing past the ‘Hare’; The Company has rolled out its batch of DNA Hepatitis –B Vaccine//, which is slated to be far more cost-effective, as compared to the other brands in the market. The vaccine, manufactured by Human Biologicals Institution (HBI) at its facility in Gachibowli, will be sold ...

Hepatitis C : By No Means Lily-livered! Beware

...urn fatal. The University of New South Wales have rolled out figures that show the alarming rise of Hepatitis C cases , almost 40,000 people in the state, of which even 1% did not think it appropriate to seek medical treatment. Health Minister Stephen Robertson announced a grant of $4 million over a per...

Smoke-Filled Cars: New Fodder for the Next Clean Air Fight

... different ventilation conditions: all car windows rolled down, then with just the driver’s side window cracked about two inches. “Common sense tells you if you smoke in a pretty confined space, such as a car, without ventilation, there’s going to be a lot of secondhand smoke which is potentially dangerou...

Increased Risk of Bowel cancer after Menopause

...nal screening program launched in August and being rolled out nationwide to people in their 50s and 60s. Criticizing some health ministers for their lack of enthusiasm towards the program, gastroenterologist Finlay Macrae said, "Some states are painfully slow to recognize the significance of this initiativ...

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