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Child Car Seat Danger

...ssible in cars, leaving parents confused about the safest restraints and seating positions , a major review of restraint legislation, accident statistics and parent surveys has found. Current Australian guidelines recommend that children graduate to an adult seatbelt without the use of a booster seat wh...

Breathalyzer Tests for Cops Involved in Shootings

...es are expected to make "undercover operations the safest possible for the police and public alike," Kelly said. He said at least one other police department, in Milwaukee, issues the breath tests to officers involved in certain shootings. An attorney for Bell's fiancee and his two wounded friends praised t...

Poor Health Practices Plague Rajasthan Tribal Women

...sthan's tribal areas still consider home to be the safest place for deliveries, are afraid of using contrace...dwives. "There is a common myth that home is the safest place to conduct deliveries. Skilled health professionals handled only 6 percent of deliveries last ...

IVF Tourism Marred by Ethical Differences in EU

... widely, despite the scientific consensus that the safest policy is to limit implants. Professor Pennings told the conference that there is 'a general move to former East European centers because of the lower financial costs and towards Spain for oocyte donation', where they have more donors because women...

Spinal Manipulation Beneficial for Neck Pain

...t. Chiropractic is widely recognized as one of the safest non-invasive therapies available for the treatment of back pain, neck pain, headaches and other neuromusculoskeletal complaints. In addition, a significant amount of evidence shows that the use of chiropractic care for certain conditions can be more ...

14-year-old Killed in School Shooting in Canada

...se can be disastrous. "Staying at home isn't the safest thing to do because parents not at home have to work. You might find students wandering around the streets or getting into trouble with friends, and being in situations where they might be traumatized more. School is the best place for them to be in,...

Optometrists Support AMO's Voluntary Contact Lens Solution Recall

...hamoeba keratitis. "Contact lenses are among the safest forms of vision correction; however, lenses and lens care products are medical devices that are regulated by the FDA," said Dr. Jack Schaeffer, chair of the AOA's Contact Lens and Cornea Section. "Patients can and should take an active role in protec...

Flush Water Pipes to Reduce Lead Contamination Risk, Schools Told

...rstanding: tap water in this province is among the safest in the world and today's actions will make it even safer," Smith told a Queen's Park news conference....

New Evidence Links Smallpox Vaccination Side Effects to Genetic Factors

... with different risks of fever. Vaccines are the safest and most effective way to prevent a number of very important childhood and adult diseases. Our work is designed to identify ways we might make vaccines even more acceptable in the future by discovering ways to further reduce the chance of minor adver...

New York Governor to Introduce Bill to Strengthen Abortion Rights

...mester of pregnancy that doctors say are often the safest and best to protect women's health. There are several other states in US that are moving to tighten restrictions on abortion. In contrast, Spitzer’s bill, the Reproductive Health and Privacy Protection Act, would update current law which, for ex...

Virtual Colonoscopy is Most-effective for Screening Colon Cancer

...nutive lesions" to be "the most cost-effective and safest screening option available." "Providing additional effective yet distinct screening options like CTC could encourage more adults to undergo screening," conclude the authors, and consequently "increase overall compliance with screening" for CRC. Sour...

Caution Against Re-use of Dental Tools

...hould give confidence that dentistry is one of the safest areas of healthcare." SRM/B...

A New Guide to Choosing the Right Vitamin Supplement

...e minerals, such as iron, fluoride, and zinc, it’s safest not to exceed the DV at all. Ignore marketing gimmicks. It doesn’t matter whether vitamin C is derived from organic rose hips or synthesized in large batches in a laboratory; your body will use the resulting product similarly. Also, if you’re not ...

Survival Rate Better In Men Treated For Prostate Cancer Than Who Opt For ‘Wait And Watch’ Approah

...een that observation or 'watchful waiting' was the safest option for elderly patients with early prostate ca...ears, it was thought that watchful waiting was the safest approach in older men given the uncertainty of the benefits of treatment and the slow growth of some...

Robotic Model To Teach Surgical Skills

...pkins are making mathematical models to depict the safest and most effective ways to perform a surgery.// Surgical tasks such as suturing, dissecting and joining tissue are well illustrated in this model. The team's long-term goal is to develop an objective way of evaluating a surgeon's work and to help d...

Johns Hopkins Computer Scientists Unravel 'Language Of Surgery'

...//of building mathematical models to represent the safest and most effective ways to perform surgeries. B...ists say that the mathematical models would be the safest and most effective way to perform surgery, including tasks such as suturing, dissecting and joining ...

Misled Public Stay Away from Polio Immunisation Drive

...alth ministry certifying oral polio vaccine as the safest and necessary means to check incidence of the crippling disease. Aligarh Muslim University vice chancellor Naseem Ahmed, who had been roped in by the Rotary Club to persuade religious leaders and the community to get all Muslim children vaccinated ...

Chemotherapy increases the demand for blood components

...ts through aphaeresis is preferable to provide the safest possible product for the patient.” “The shelf-life of pooled platelets is also only five days and the shelf-life of aphaeresis platelets can be extended from five to seven days. “At present, only approximately 40% of platelets supplied to Irish h...

NewYork-Presbyterian Receives Highest Accreditation for Bariatric Surgery

...nizes our Hospital's ability to offer patients the safest and most effective surgical options for treating obesity," says Dr. Herbert Pardes, president and CEO of NewYork-Presbyterian. "Certification from the American College of Surgeons is a testament to the quality of care available at NewYork-Presbyteria...

Precautionary Recall of Beef over E.coli Contamination Concerns

...n. We strive to place the very highest quality and safest products in the market place and we're confident this product will be found safe. " The ground beef currently in question were produced on August 31 and September 1 before being sent to distributors in Illinois, Nebraska, Iowa, New York, Massachuse...

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