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Resistant Head Lice: A Study

... of Wales. All lice collected as a result of the screen were tested for resistance to pyrethroids, including measuring increased amounts of enzymes, such as glutathione transferases, monooxygenases, or esterases. Around 80% of 316 lice tested were resistant to the treatment, equating to resistance to fo...

Brain’s response distinct upon exposure to erotic image

...subject — for example, when a picture appears on a screen — it changes ongoing brain activity in certain way...e changes," Anokhin says. Pictures appeared on a screen at 12 to 18 second intervals, and each picture remained on the screen for about 6 seconds. The subje...

Police Summoned Apollo Doctors in Rahul Mahajan’s Cas

...ad initially maintained that Rahul Mahajan's toxic screen test revealed no trace of any narcotics in his blood and urine samples. However, the Central Forensic Sciences Laboratory found traces of illegal drugs like heroin and cocaine in the blood samples of Mahajan and Moitra. (Source: IANS News)...

AIIMS Doctors Assists Police in Rahul Mahajan’s Drug Abuse Cas

...spital had initially maintained that Rahul's toxic screen test did not reveal any narcotics in his blood and urine samples. However, the Central Forensic Sciences Laboratory found traces of heroin and cocaine in the blood samples of Rahul and Moitra. (Source: IANS News)...

Added Stress To Pregnant Mothers From Pre-Scan Warnings

...n and her partner felt at seeing their baby on the screen made receiving bad news even more traumatic." But most of the women still felt that it was better to know as early as possible if an anomaly had been detected as it gave them more time to prepare, tempered their excitement and made their plans for ...

Kolkata Restaurants Serve Beckhams and Ronaldinhos on Plates

...s of David Beckham and Luis Figo and giant TV sets screen the matches while you are served dishes like 'Ronaldinho's Skill'. 'Ronaldinho's Skill' is actually a fish preparation with cashew nuts and cheese. And if you want your England style icon for a hearty meal, order 'Beckham freekick' - actually a pre...

Mild Intoxication Limit ‘Attention Span’ - Study Fins

...ely to miss seeing the gorilla, even though it had screen time of over a third of the video. Although the research did not directly test driving aptitude, the implications for driving could be serious. ‘We rely on our ability to perceive a multitude of information when we drive (speed limit, road signs, o...

Antihistamine Could also be used as a Potential Antimalarial Drug

...Clinical Compound Library will now be available to screen existing drugs for new uses for diseases affecting the developing world. “This line of research can be applied to many neglected diseases,” said Chong, the lead author of the study. (Source: Nwswise)...

Aortic Dissection - A Deadly Condition

...eveloping tests that would examine DNA or blood to screen high-risk people or the relatives of dissection patients, to make a rapid diagnosis in the emergency room, or to add to long-term monitoring of survivors. Better screening for aneurysms in the aorta, which are involved in a large percentage of dissec...

New Method To Screen Breast Cancer Cells

...fluid,' says Sukumar, who believes that their gene screen may miss cancers if they overlook any hidden breast ducts. Improvements in getting an accurate representation of fluid from all the breast ducts are underway by other investigators, and include using sound waves to locate all the ducts. Source: E...

Scotland's First 'Stand-Alone' Private Fertility Centre Established

...centre would be to offer a chance to the couple to screen the genetic defects if any in their children, whic...netic diagnosis programme, which would allow us to screen out inherited diseases, for example the breast cancer gene. We would like to have a good research pr...

New Technique Identifies Unknown Genetic Mutations That Can Cause Cancer

...idea. "Now we know to add JAK3 to the mutations we screen for in our leukemia patients and should look to see if JAK3 mutations are present in other cancers," he said. Source: EurekAler....

Cancer Research: Yet Another Milestone

...xpression of mammalian cell genes, together with a screen that detects altered gene function, Dr. Cohen and colleagues identified a previously uncharacterized gene, called txr1, whose increased expression in prostate cancer cells confers resistance to taxane drugs. Taxanes are a class of widely-used chemoth...

Children Need to Exercise More to Prevent Heart Trouble

...s out of the typical school day, and [TV/computer] screen time replaces playground or backyard time." Katz said that ensuring that kids remain active has become a matter of vital importance. He said, "For example, when schools don't have time for a dedicated hour of physical education, bouts of brief ac...

Hail the Tamiflu and Shun the Scam

...roved by the FDA. So, the need of the hour is to screen for evidence of infection in wild birds and to treat with Tamiflu as and when the need arises. ...

Automated Hepatitis B Test Approved By FDA

...d Drug Administration has approved a test that can screen as well as confirm the presence of hepatitis B. Medical professions can now use the test// to check the blood that is donated for the hepatitis B virus. In addition the test can also be used to check the organs and tissues from cadavers. Currently t...

New Technique Developed To Help Fight The Problem Of Alcohol Abuse

...lic and non-alcoholic one - appear on the computer screen each surrounded by a different colour. The participant must then identify the colour surrounding the non-alcoholic bottle as quickly as possible. "This training causes people to become faster at ignoring alcoholic stimuli," explains Professor Cox. ...

Drugs for Postoperative Nausea May Not Help Most Patients

...n antiemetic.” These risk factors can be used to screen patients who are at greatest risk, but are not certain, he said. “By proper screening of patients and proper use of drugs, benefits outweigh the risks.” Proper use of antiemetic drugs can increase their effectiveness and reduce the incidence of sid...

"Miracle" Cancer Drug Gleevec Can be Toxic to the Heart

...plains. Dr. Force doesn’t think it’s possible to screen for potential heart problems that could be related to Gleevec. He notes that physicians involved in pre-release clinical trials of tyrosine kinase inhibitors will be aware of the potential problems and evaluate heart function if symptoms or signs pos...

Help Near At Hand For Elderly With Disturbed Sleep

...ability of effective treatment, it is important to screen older individuals for the presence of sleep disorders. Patients must be educated on normal sleep-related changes but also made aware that sleep problems are not a part of normal aging. Sleep impairment may have a negative impact on health and health-...

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