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Stay away from strenouous work

...omen whose job is physically demanding - or who do shift work - could face more childbirth problems, say sc... Jobs which involved long periods of standing up, shift work and fatiguing work were also significantly linked with premature birth. Physically demanding wo...

Night borns' risk

...m, which may be partly explained by hospital staff shift changes. The research found the hours between 5pm...risk period started from the end of the normal day shift and extended to the midnight shift. The second one, around 9am, was immediately after day shift staf...

Warm yourself to sleep

...n every case, they fell asleep immediately after a shift in blood flow to hands and feet. The phenomenon is closely related to the release of hormones such as melatonin, which regulate sleepiness and wakefulness. The researchers say that a hot water bottle at the feet may not directly act on the central n...

Caution On Use of Cholesterol Drugs

...range. The new guidelines also force a significant shift in the proportion of men and women who'll probably receive cholesterol-lowering medication. Under the earlier recommendations, the two sexes were roughly equal in eligibility. Now, men make up 55 percent of the pool and women 45 percent....

Defibrillators saving lives but price is an issue

...findings will likely lead to a dramatic and costly shift in the way they treat millions of heart attack patients by adding a $20,000 defibrillator to the medicines now in use. The study is the first to test the preventive use of these devices in people without apparent rhythm problems, but whose hearts a...

Improved height from administration of growth hormones

...reacting to administer growth hormones. Hence, new shift in paradigm of dosage adjusted to levels of insulin-like growth factor-I can cater to the difference in sensitivity and treat the children to gain an increased, and socially acceptable height. The milestone study was presented in the meeting of The ...

Laparoscopic surgery can be safely employed for radical resection of cancer

...patients belonging to the laproscopic group needed shift to the open surgery group. Further, there was less blood loss in the laproscopic procedure as compared to the open surgery. Further points in favor of laparoscopic surgery were that the patients in this group had earlier recovery of bowel functi...

Link between Faith, Health and Healing

...faith on both physical and emotional health". "The shift that is underway is historic," said Anderson from his Cancer Recovery Foundation of America offices in Harrisburg. In order to drill this new concept and concretise it Anderson has revised hi classic “The Cancer Conqueror” to address this phenomenal...

Malignant Mesothelioma – A New Genetic Revelatio

...auses mesothelioma - and public efforts should now shift to understanding the risk and how we can protect people from this preventable malignancy." Mesothelioma kills about the same number of Americans each year as passive smoking. About 2,500 people a year die from mesothelioma in the United States, acc...

Malignant Mesothelioma – A New Genetic Revelation

...auses mesothelioma - and public efforts should now shift to understanding the risk and how we can protect people from this preventable malignancy." Mesothelioma kills about the same number of Americans each year as passive smoking. About 2,500 people a year die from mesothelioma in the United States, acc...

With New Drug To Fight Against Sleeping, Your Increment Is Not Far Away

... of the past. The drug could indeed be a boon to shift workers, health // professionals, military personnel and others who need to be alert through the day and night. The drug effects were studied in a group of monkeys to find out the level of improvement to perform tasks, even if they were deprived of s...

Will bicycling affect your sexual health?

...tion (disease). // However, it is now necessary to shift the focus on intervention according to Dr. Schrader, an expert in the field. Dr. Schrader's research in 2002 reported on the hazards of bicycle riding in police officers. This past innovative research concluded that nighttime erections were of poor...

Malnutrition And Obesity Goes Hand In Hand

...icant public health issues globally. A demographic shift has resulted in increased life expectancy in many countries, and in some countries, this means an older population. Closely tied with this change in age structure is an epidemiological shift, which has decreased communicable diseases and increased c...

Nanotechnologists Specify Limitation For Devising Small Machines

...anometres away (25 billionths of a metre) causes a shift in the atom wave crests," Perreault said. "It shows that the van der Waals interaction may be a small scale force, but it's a big deal for atoms." Cronin said: "We might say that when an atom is between 10 and 20 nanometres from a surface, it gets ...

Problems in rural health delivery and remedies

...hoped that these steps will bring about a paradigm shift in the health delivery system in the country....

Cervical Cancer Vaccine To Be Developed In India

...year. The minister also reflected upon the need to shift focus towards non-communicable diseases including cancer, diabetes and mental health. The Government is expected to come out with a more effective educational campaign against diseases such as cancer, diabetes, TB and leprosy in the near future. Ef...

Programs for development of health in poor countries not effective

...ng spent on achieving the goals. But policy should shift to escalating the most cost-effective activities, say the authors. "These results represent the best evidence currently available. We hope that this series contributes to not only improving population health with the available resources, but to raisi...

Attention Breakdown Is The Harbinger Of Alzheimer's Disease

...s of Alzheimer's disease find it more difficult to shift attention back// and forth between different sources of information. The study, published in the recent issue of the journal Neuropsychology, suggests that routine tasks that require the shifting of attention, such as driving a car while talking to...

Dentists Not Lured By Golden Hello Scheme In The UK

...eant to offer cash incentives to health workers to shift to areas where their services are acutely needed. This does not appear to be working especially where dentistry is concerned...

Feast Of The East a gastronomic tour-de-force

...ere. It will run in New Delhi till Nov 27 and then shift to Kolkata (Dec 2-11) and Mumbai (Dec 16-25). "Over the centuries, explorers, travellers and traders returning home from distant exotic lands usually brought home a treasury of ingredients and recipes to enrich their tables. Thus, cuisines enlarged ...

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