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Smoking during pregnancy increases risk of cleft palate

...by obvious gaps in either the lips and nose or the roof of the mouth, due to improper fusion. Besides affecting a child's appearance, cleft lip and palate impede the ability to breathe, eat, hear and speak. Correcting the defects involves many successive operations and years of therapy, but can still leav...

Cancer Patient Exercises for the Throat

...strength. Then, patients place their tongue to the roof of their mouth and hold it there for about five seconds, squeezing as hard as they can....

Brain Chemical Identified For Drug Dependent Behavior

... is a small area of the brain above and behind the roof of the mouth. It is involved with the involuntary nervous system and control of processes such as fluid maintenance, sugar balance, fat metabolism, regulation of body temperature, and control of hormonal secretion. The lateral hypothalamus is referre...

All Specialty Care Treatments Will Be Offered At Belle Vue.

...c surgery unit is also to be opened under the same roof with an investment of Rs 1 crore. He emphasized on the growing demand for plastic surgery as they receive 15-20 cases/ month. Now due to the greater awareness among the people regarding beauty more and more want to go in for plastic surgery apart f...

Medical College Construction At Raichur Makes Slow Progress

... three fourth of the building is still devoid of a roof and the men’s and women’s hostel has not progressed much beyond the basement level. The medical college is hoped to attract a lot of students and patients owing to its ideal location between the district hospital and the Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Super...

Demountable Operating Theatre To Be Set Up At Bega Hospital

...ement appropriate corrective measures. The leaking roof and frequent air conditioning failures have forced the health officials to close operating services on several occasions. Furthermore, several other areas of concern have been identified in an inspection conducted recently. In response to the above...

Wide Discrepancies in Services to Victims of Sexual Assault

...the forensic and medical care they need, under one roof in most cases or being able to easily refer on for such care if not In the non-SARC services, lack of co-operative working with local health services, lack of equipment, and lack of formal medical follow up arrangements is the norm The lack of health...

RMIT Business School Building Declared Safe

...ut the possibility that mobile phone towers on the roof had caused the tumors. The report prepared by Dr John Gall of Southern Medical Services, and Associate Professor Tony LaMontagne of the University of Melbourne found the number of malignant tumors among staffs to be consistent with the number expect...

‘Search and Destroy’ operation against dengue mosquitoes in Philippins

...ding places that include old tires, coconut husks, roof gutters, discarded bottles, flower vases and all stagnant, clean water,” he said. The department advised parents to take their kids to doctor without delay, if they get fever.Express lanes, for suspect cases of dengue, have been set up in hospital...

Maggots in a hospital ward!!

...to pest control experts, a dead bird on the ward’s roof was responsible for the infestation.NHS Grampian said that the ward was thoroughly cleaned and the patients could return after the clinicians gave the all-clear. An NHS Grampian spokesman said: "There was no health risk to patients. "Measures are ...

Cancer Patients End Up Homeless

...s 45,000 people each year are struggling to keep a roof over their heads and 15,000 have lost their homes.” "Too many people are facing overwhelming financial pressures at a time when they are fighting cancer - borrowing money, moving in with family, selling up or moving to help make ends meet. Some ev...

Reach Out at Christmas

...ng together different personalities under the same roof at Christmas time can be challenging and stressful.' Telephone counselling service, Lifeline, traditionally receives an increase in calls over the Christmas period from people experiencing loneliness, depression, and family problems. 'Last year t...

Kidney Stones Occurring More Often in Children

...ter is a one-stop shop that consolidates under one roof imaging technology, treatment, management and nutrition and lifestyle counseling. Sorce-Newswise SRM...

Pacifier Use Reduces Incidence of SIDS: Study

...nment of the teeth and changes in the shape of the roof of the mouth." Breaking the habit is not always easy, and there are several methods parents can use to stop it. Parents can dip the pacifier in white vinegar, making it distasteful; pierce the nipple of the pacifier with an ice pick or cut it short...

New Benefits for Folic Acid, Say Experts

...e occurs when the tissues that form the palate, or roof of the mouth, and the upper lip do not join correctly. Boys are more affected than girls and the disorder is also more common in Asians. Surgery is often carried out to repair the condition. The researchers examined the effects of folic acid o...

Folic Acid Reduces Risk Of Cleft Lip

...e occurs when the tissues that form the palate, or roof of the mouth, and the upper lip do not join correctly. Boys are more affected than girls and the disorder is also more common in Asians. Surgery is often carried out to repair the condition. The study suggested that 0.4 milligrams (400 micrograms)...

Army Dental Corps to Get Multi-speciality Unit

... Centre (R&R). The centre will provide under one roof facilities for training dental officers, specialis...vide comprehensive and total health care under one roof with a dedicated team of professionals,’ an Indian Army spokesman said. Speaking on the occasion, ...

Rainwater to Receive a Fillip in India

...nd National Highways Authority of India to provide roof top rainwater harvesting structures in the buildings under their control. Already to promote roof top rainwater harvesting in rural areas, the ministry is implementing a demonstrative scheme through...

New 'green' Pyre to Cool Planet While Burning India's Dead

...s first pyre, a raised human-sized brazier under a roof with slats that could be lowered to maintain heat. The elevation allowed air to circulate and feed the fire. Unlike electric crematoriums, however, Agarwal's pyre still allowed family members to congregate to perform last rites. "But no one used it...

Rescheduled: Aerial Mosquito Treatment for Philadelphia

...cycling containers left outdoors. -- Have clogged roof gutters cleaned every year, particularly if the leaves from surrounding trees have a tendency to plug the drains. Roof gutters can produce millions of mosquitoes each season. -- Turn over plastic wading pools when not in use. -- Turn over wheelbarr...

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