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Antioxidants found in chocolates

...cals damage cell components like DNA and proteins, setting the scene for heart disease, cancer and other health problems. Antioxidants also help prevent blood clots and inflammation.// The reason for recommending lots of fresh fruits and vegetables is because they contain antioxidants. Professor Catherine ...

Psychological consequence of terrorist attacks

...ponding to the need for counselling and support by setting up walk-in clinics and rapid response teams. Dr Michael Faenza, head of the National Mental Health Association in Washington DC, says that he expects the prevalence of mental health disorders among Americans to rise over coming months and hopes the h...

Setting up a new pharmaceutical industry in India

Erweka Germany is setting up a new pharmaceutical company in India in the name of Erweka India Pvt Ltd to be based at Ahmedabad. Erweka has started manufacturing 50 years ago in Germany and today is world leader in testing equipment. Erweka, Germany, one of the biggest manufa...

Toddlers stressed out

...ers than high achievers, say nursery experts. This setting of targets for three to five-year olds could lead to symptoms of anxiety, such as tantrums and bed-wetting, rather than achieve accelerated learning, says the report. "Young and vulnerable children are often intimidated by an early start to their s...

Smallpox Would Spread Rapidly

...ere were delays in detecting the first cases or in setting up effective public health interventions. In the US, Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson announced plans to buy as many as 300 million doses of smallpox vaccine. But several health experts have warned against a national vaccination p...

Andhra Pradesh to set up 'Pharma City'

...d to the project in the second phase. The aim in setting up a ‘Pharma City’ at the port town of Vishakhapatnam is to cater to the needs of global outsourcing in manufacturing of $90 billion generic drugs. Pharma City will take all environment protection measures following global standards. It will also pro...

Memory loss associated with microbes

...culties concentrating".Problems included motorists setting out in their cars and then being unable to remember where they were going, and people forgetting they had mailed packages. About 1,100 species of dinoflagellates are known to science, a few of which produce some of the most toxic substances known. ...

Morepan to file new drug applications with the USFDA

...ge form under the US regulatory system. Morepen is setting up formulation manufacturing facilities, in accordance with the USFDA guidelines. <br...

Ultrasound helps stroke treatment

... Drug Administration-approved diagnostic frequency setting of 2 megahertz, the device focuses on the clot while the tPA is infused over a period of about an hour and then continues to track the clot for an hour after infusion. Alexandrov said sound waves are very powerful and a low thumping "could mechanica...

Antioxidants found in chocolates

...cals damage cell components like DNA and proteins, setting the scene for heart disease, cancer and other health problems. Antioxidants also help prevent blood clots and inflammation. The reason for recommending lots of fresh fruits and vegetables is because they contain antioxidants. Professor Catherine Ri...

Home care aids in lung disease

...nts with COPD to specialist nurse care in the home setting cuts costs, re-admission to hospital and improves patients' awareness of their condition. A group of 215 patients, admitted to hospital with COPD, were assigned either to usual care or to specialist nurse home-based care. The latter group were disc...

New lung cancer vaccine on the anvil

...ents after their original tumor is removed. In the setting of advanced disease, we are going to examine vaccination in combination with other treatments. Immunologist Cassian Yee, MD, of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle , whose team used T-cell therapy to halt cancer growth in patients with...

Teens Misusing Nicotine-Replacement Products

.... The authors of the study warn the teens could be setting themselves up for health trouble if they smoke and use the patch or gum at the same time or if they use the products to maintain their nicotine levels. But an expert on the psychology //of smoking says the students may have lied on the survey. And ev...

Alternative Therapy in HIV Patients

... CAM. Researchers suggest a need for a health care setting that encourages open discussion between health care providers and patients. They say, "Improved physician understanding about patients' need for control over their own health care and the benefits and risks of CAM in HIV care may open channels of com...

Lowering Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence

... that this is the first trial of this kind in this setting but says the results in terms of effectiveness are years away. "It will take a while before there is enough follow-up to be able to have enough recurrences to make a statement." He is optimistic about the efficacy of exemestane and says, "Our goal is...

House heads for Medicare drug vote

...file members to hold the line against the package, setting the stage for a close vote in the late-night or early-morning hours. Democrats contend the competition and other cost-containment provisions that accompany the outpatient drug benefit will undermine the traditional Medicare over the long run, hurtin...

Drug to Lower Cholesterol Underused

...tarted during a hospital stay vs. in an outpatient setting and its long-term use. For the study, researchers used information from patients from 69 centers in the United States and Canada. The patients were all part of a previous study. Researchers found 175 patients were all discharged taking cholesterol-l...

The Benefits Of A Stretch

...at injury and the time off work in an occupational setting , besides the other benefits of stretching are that it improves posture and temporarily reduces pain caused by muscle soreness. Thus researchers conclude saying, “The bottom line is stretching does not reduce risk of injury, may make muscles weaker,...

Effective Screening Required to Rule out Prostate Cancer

...tudy hope this new model can be used in a clinical setting in the future....

Using Cholesterol Lowering Drugs Effectively

...tarted during a hospital stay vs. in an outpatient setting and its long-term use. Patients from 69 centers in the United States and Canada were involved in the study, 175 patients were all discharged taking cholesterol-lowering therapy and 1,951 were discharged without the therapy. Researchers then looked at...

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