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Cipro Has Cheaper Cousins to Treat Anthrax

... the drug must be given before symptoms develop or shortly thereafter to be most effective. Before Cipro came along, penicillin was a common treatment for anthrax. Pharmaceutical companies say they're ready to ramp up production of anti-anthrax drugs if needed....

A boon to epileptics

...periencing a familiar smell, sound or mental image shortly before, or during the seizure.The other, more serious seizures are convulsions or "grand mals", which can strike without warning and cause unconsciousness and jerking movements. severity of seizures suffered. Magnetic stimulation has also been used ...

Almost a death experience

...r-60s and women and more people who had NDE's died shortly afterwards. Two years on those who had NDEs were more likely to have lost their fear of death - surely a benefit - and to believe in an afterlife. The same was true eight years on. But there is still no medical explanation for the NDE....

Sun Pharma to launch chiral version of omeprazole soon

...ls confirmed about the introduction of the product shortly in the Indian market. However, any further details as to the price or the brand name were not divulged. In this particular segment, there are three other players, namely Zydus Cadila, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories and Ranbaxy Laboratories. Astra Zeneca...

Arthritis Drug May Cause Liver Damage

... harm. Unlike other drugs that can clear the body shortly after patients swallow a dose, Arava can takes months to dissipate. According to him, there is not much doctors can do if a patient shows signs of trouble. Yet some insurance companies pay only for Arava, not more expensive newer therapies that do no...

Losing that baby fat among women

...is the first to examine how body weight during and shortly after pregnancy impacts weight and body mass index over the long haul. No study to date has looked at the effect of weight gain and weight loss postpartum on long-term weight changes a decade after pregnancy. The study included 400 women who were fi...

Bowel diseases linked to bug in milk

...is (MAP) as a treatment for Crohn's disease and is shortly to test it on mice. Research by his team and others suggests that MAP, which infects cattle, is infiltrating water supplies and defeating the milk pasteurisation process. Links between MAP, which has been found in 2% of pasteurised milk cartons, and ...

Wait Between Pregnancies

...d be give to those who are most likely to conceive shortly after giving birth -- teenagers and women who have lost a newborn baby....

Painkillers may raise miscarriage risk

...rs in California interviewed more than 1,000 women shortly after they became pregnant and asked them about their reproductive history and their use of painkillers. //They found that use of aspirin and other non-steroid based anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) increased the risk of miscarriage by 80 percent. T...

Predicting The Risk Of Preeclampsia During Pregnancy

...d lower levels of a growth factor called VEGF both shortly before developing preeclampsia and during preeclampsia, although they were unable to use this substance as a predictive factor. Specialists say “This is the most promising lead yet in the pursuit of a life-threatening disorder that has defied all at...

Lung Therapy Found To Have Long-Term Side Effects

...ress syndrome that required mechanical ventilation shortly after birth. Out of 146 children, 72 were given .25 milligrams of dexamethasone per kilogram of body weight intravenously every 12 hours for one week. Then, the dose was tapered over the next three weeks. Results of the study showed children in the...

Common Infections Found To Raise An Individuals Risk Of Having A Heart Attack Or Stroke

...ad an upper respiratory or urinary tract infection shortly before the heart attack or stroke. Results showed significantly greater risks of having a heart attack or stroke within the first few days of being diagnosed with a respiratory or urinary tract infection. But no link was seen between any of the vacc...

Improving Lighting Could Bring About A Change In Alzheimer's Patients

...heir mood and sleep patterns most by going outside shortly after they wake up. Besides researchers say natural sunlight is the cheapest way to get more light because even on a cloudy day, natural sunlight is three-times brighter than internal room lighting ....

Drug Used To Improve Lung Function In Infants Could Slow Down Motor Coordination

...ress syndrome that required mechanical ventilation shortly after birth. Out of 146 children, 72 were given .25 milligrams of dexamethasone per kilogram of body weight intravenously every 12 hours for one week. Then, the dose was tapered over the next three weeks. It was observed that children in the dexame...

Mumbai Alert: Possibility Of An Epidemic Outbreak

... 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...

Competitive Sports: Is the heart Sportive Enough?

..., so diagnosis was increasing. Researchers would shortly be examining the impact on mortality of the increased detection of potentially lethal problems. It is ethically and clinically justifiable to make every effort to recognize in good time the diseases that put these athletes at risk, and to reduce fata...

Bhitarkanika Sanctuary In Orissa Takes Precaution To Monitor Bird Flu

...ts from Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) will shortly visit Bhitarkanika and Chilika Lake, 100 km from Bhubaneswar, to study local and migratory birds. He added, 'The authorities are also keeping vigil on poultry farms in the district so that any epidemic among the birds will be noticed and many poacher...

US Reviews Risks Of Tamiflu After 12 Children Die

...railing into the path of a lorry in February 2004, shortly after taking the medicine. In the second case, a 14-year-old apparently fell from the ninth floor of his apartment building in February 2005. In a statement issued last night, the EMEA said it had asked Roche to provide a cumulative safety review of...

British Doctor cleared of murder

...arch 14th. All three had been visited by Dr Martin shortly before their deaths. In a statement read out on Dr Martin’s behalf, his representative said outside the court, 'Dr Martin has always maintained that he was doing no more than relieving the suffering of his patients as he was legally entitled to do...

Experts urging artery screening in the UK

... National Screening Committee's detailed proposals shortly and will take all its detailed recommendations into account. ...

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