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Blocked viens block eye sight

...ave devised a new instrument that uses a plasma to shoot tiny bullets of blockage-dissolving drugs into a ...er have developed a needle-shaped probe that could shoot drugs right at the site of blockage and reopen the vein. The hollow needle is 1.5 millimetres in di...

Spurt in hospital admissions following football shoot-outs

...llowing the match. The match ended with a penalty shoot out - a tense situation where in each team takes a shot at the goal and the one who misses first loses the game. England lost the game - and the researchers recorded a 27 per cent rise in heart attack admissions on that day and the following three da...

Good carb, bad carb? Experts debate.

...ked potato.Metabolic havoc Blood sugar levels may shoot twice as high after a high-GI meal as after a low one, and that unleashes metabolic havoc: The body responds with a surge of insulin, which prompts it to quickly store the sugar in muscle and fat cells. The high sugar also inhibits another hormone, g...

Mumbai Alert: Possibility Of An Epidemic Outbreak

...ed areas. Chlorination levels are also expected to shoot up shortly in response to the situation. Anyway the situation in Mumbai calls for immediate attention and enquiry. Source: Google health new...

Older generation might pose a threat to increase the NHS budget

...ive procedures, various tests and other drugs will shoot up. There will also be an increase in the need for nurses, doctors especially cardiologist and other theatre assistants. A end could be put to all this or atleast minimize this by adopting a healthy diet, by remaining active and by regularly exerci...

Free HIV Tests Brings Crowd to the Testing Centers

...re 4 per day but after the free testing program it shoot to 15 per day. But the number decreased to 7 people per day after the small fee of 1,000 Tanzania shillings or 95 U.S. cents was introduced. It also showed that when 4 people per day were tested the cost was about $170 to avert an HIV infection on...

A Royal Flush And A White Elephant

Due to a recent shoot out, the government of Nepal paid compensation of Nepali Rs. 150,000 ($2,100) to the family of slain cabbie//. The taxi driver was shot dead in Kathmandu valley Monday during a shutdown called by the Maoist guerrillas ahead of the Feb 8 local polls. ...

SEEK To Avert Chronic Kidney Disease

...has also sounded a warning that these figures will shoot up to 57 million by 2025. Dr Ajay K Singh, Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and the clinical chief of renal division at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston while on a visit to Kochi, said “And those who will be affected by...

Priyadarshan’s New Ad To Boost Chicken Sale

...uniel Shetty and Fardeen Khan has come together to shoot an advertisement// that will promote the consumpti...feature film "Bhaagam-Bhag". "And then we leave to shoot in London for the film." Priyan isn't the least worried about "Malaamal Weekly". "So far none of m...

Bird Flu Deters Hunters in Russia

...step. In the bird hunt the local hunters usually shoot hundreds of geese and thousands of ducks. There are three areas in Russia which experienced outbreaks of bird flu in the month of July. And as a result, more than 1.3 million birds have been culled by the health authorities. But the good news i...

Nepal: Doctors Treating Protestors Being Deported

...rom Saturday and authorised the security forces to shoot at sight, human rights organisations have been expressing dismay at the excessive use of force to stop protests. In Thamel, the tourist hub in the capital, police swooped down on a small group of people Tuesday when they stood at a prominent square...

Stress At Workplace Does Not Raise Blood Pressure

Hassles at work do not shoot up blood pressure, say scientists, dismissing notions that job stress lead to high blood pressure//. Samuel J. Mann, professor of clinical medicine at Weill Medical College of Cornell University, reviewed dozens of studies on the subject and found t...

Modern Killer Disease Alert Indians

...ation warned that in the next 20 years, the number shoot up from 230 million to 350 million. UN, apart from its pro-active measures, has passed a resolution on decreasing diabetes spread and burden around the world, attracts world attention to take immediate action to manage without complications. For...

Basketball Top For Injurious Sports

... the thigh.’ He said that the proper position to shoot a basketball is: · Feet shoulder-width apart · Knees slightly bent · Buttocks positioned as if one was about to sit down in a chair · Chest up · Eyes up · Athletes should not lean over or look at the floor. The proper position to pass a...

Football Fans Warned

..."When people's emotions run high stress levels can shoot up affecting both their heart rate and blood pressure.We are hoping that history does not repeat itself”. "If England gets knocked out from the penalty spot again as they did against Germany and Argentina there is a risk for some that their health ...

Gestational Diabetes On The Rise In NSW Women

...tion arises when the mother's blood glucose levels shoot up beyond control. Strict diet may control the disease. The Australasian Diabetes in Pregnancy Society recommends that if diagnosed with gestational diabetes, a woman must have a test every two years. RAS...

Lice now dried to death by novel dryer

...th minimal side effects. Larada Sciences, an off shoot of University of Utah is in the process of developing a commercial model which will go through a series of exacting trials before it can be finally approved by the FDA as a safe medical gadget. The basic device is expected to be priced between $1,000...

Surgery vs. Non-surgical treatment for back disorders

...pine, suffer from excruciating back pain.Pain may shoot down to the legs as well.Surgical correction was the treatment of choice to relieve a patient . However the research , that were published in the Journal of the American Medical Association recently point out that although surgery offers remarkable ...

Scientists Devise a Novel Way to Organize Stem Cells

... scientists used a robotic inkjet-style machine to shoot small quantities of different proteins in a typical pattern. Stem cells are positioned on the top of this pattern and allowed to grow, in a manner mimicking the pattern of the base. Subsequently, the team would be working on creating cartilage and ...

Computer Programmers, need not fear Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

...gling on the palm side of the fingers and pain may shoot up the arm when stretching the wrists. Also pain might prevent us from having a good sleep and we would have trouble making a fist. Certainly we would lose co-ordination of our fingers. But in the case of repetitive strain injury, numbness and ti...

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