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Analyzing The Side Effects Of Sirolimus Stents

Based on findings of a recent study researchers from Sweden say they have found that implantation //of a sirolimus-eluting stent is associated with coronary vasoconstriction in areas adjacent to the treated vessel that is not seen with bare metal stents. ....Sirolimus-eluting stents are widely used for percutaneous coronary interventions because of their excellent long-term clinical and angiogra...

Testosterone Patches Found To Increase Sexual Desire In Menopausal Women

Testosterone patches that are used in some men to help them improve their sexual performance// and give them the desired sexual characteristics. Apparently the same patches can be used in women whose ovaries have been surgically removed to increase their sexual desire and activity. ....In a study published in Arch Intern Med. this month the authors have looked at 447 women diagnosed with hypoacti...

Malaria, Jaundice Scare In Sirsa Village

The sudden outbreak of malaria and jaundice at Pahihari village near here has caused a scare among villagers in the area, officials here said. // ....The local Primary Health Centre (PHC) here today constituted a team to collect blood samples of patients and others vulnerable to the diseases, they said... ..At least one member of all families living in Bachnaram Nambardar Street is suffering fro...

India Fashion Week Reveals - 'The Story Of Desire'

The Story Of Desire - showing 20 paintings by renowned masters like M.F. Husain and F.N. Souza - opened// in N.Delhi to complement a similar theme to be etched out at Sunday's grand finale of the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week. ...."There are different kinds of desire in a human being. Some have a desire that is fulfilled, some only dream about it. But it's something we can't do without,"...

Biotech Osiris to go public

Baltimore biotech, the company that is known for being the sole manufacturer of the stem cell product, has made its plans known, about its intention to go public//. The company is slated to sell out nearly $80 million in shares, as per the papers filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. ....Stem cells have been under a lot of scrutiny, and debates have been raging about what this scienc...

Sexual Desire In Human Linked To Genes: Study

Individual differences in human sexual desire can be attributed to genes, says a new finding that may help treat sexual disorders in future//. ....Researchers led by Richard P. Ebstein, a professor of psychology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, examined the DNA of 148 healthy male and female Israeli university students, reported science portal News-Medical. ....When they compared the resul...

The root of addictive carnal desire - Sexy Genes?

It’s all wired at birth. Even the sex drive, researchers say. A school of thought has indicated that only therapy may not work to cure 'sex addicts'// , for the answer lies in genetics. Infact, genes may hold the clue, for people who are more driven than others in seeking carnal pleasures. ....We owe this discovery to researchers from Hebrew University and Ben Gurion University of the Negev in I...

Migraine, Sexual Desire Interlinked

Contrary to the popular excuse "not tonight, I have a headache," a new study suggests not all headache sufferers avoid sexual activity and says that sexual desire and migraine may be influenced by the same brain chemical. // ....In fact, migraine sufferers reported higher levels of sexual desire than those with other types of headaches, according to researchers from Wake Forest University School...

Crying Need for Awareness on Organ Donation in India: Sir Peter Morris

Sir Peter Morris an authority in organ transplantation and an eminent personality delivered a guest lecture at Christian Medical College// and Hospital (CMCH) Ludhiana recently. ....Speaking at the gathering he observed that need of the hour is to spread information about organ donation in India and how exactly a person could go about pledging his or her organs after death. ....He observed that...

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome ‘authority’, Sir Roy was Not Off the Mak

A recent report in the Medical Journal has cast aspersions on the findings of a cot death study that had brought infamy to the pediatrician Professor Sir Roy Meadow// .. ..A paper published in 2005 in the medical journal, The Lancet, has indicated that most of the second infant deaths occurring in families who had lost the first baby also due to SIDS, could be due to natural causes. This was subs...

Anti-Aging Powers of Enzyme Sirtuins

In the recent years, scientists discovered a family of enzymes called sirtuins, which can dramatically extend life in organisms// as diverse as yeast, worms, and flies. ....Now, a new study from scientists at The Wistar Institute points to another strategy for activating sirtuins to unleash their anti-aging powers. They may also be able to control age-associated metabolic disorders, including ob...

Sex Abstinence Programs Targeting School-goers may Not Produce Desired Effect , Study

Washington – A study conducted recently has shown that students who participate in sexual abstinence programs may portray similar sexual tendencies // like those who did not participate in the program. The study showed that the program did not create the desired positive impact. ....Critics have always felt that the $176 million being spent by the Federal government annually on the ‘abstinence...

United Kingdom: Maternity Units Exposed! Leaves Much to Be Desired

A BBC panorama investigation into the functioning of maternity units in UK is an eye-opener to prevailing malfunctions which appears to be an everyday// affair in the hospitals. In a sting operation conducted by BBC, some maternity units came under the scanner, to reveal some alarming practices. ....Some of the maternity units were facing an acute shortage of staff. As a result most midwives wer...

Pre- and Post-menopausal Women Responses Equally to Most Sexual Desire Cues

A new study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine examines differences in sexual desire, as well as the triggers that cause them, in pre- and post-menopausal women . Participants in the study included both women who had expressed concerns regarding their own feelings of sexual desire and those who felt their levels of desire to be normal. ......An assessment tool was used for empirically c...

Water Quality At Western Yamuna Canal Meets The Desired Water Quality Standards

Water quality at western Yamuna canal meets the desired water quality standards. Pollution Control Research Institute (PCRI), Haridwar, is carrying out water quality monitoring and analysis under Yamuna Action Plan. It is being conducted at Yamunanagar upstream, Yamunanagar downstream, Panipat downstream and Sonepat upstream once a month for the laid down core parameters. The monitoring results...

United Kingdom: Maternity Units Exposed! Leaves Much to Be Desired

A BBC panorama investigation into the functioning of maternity units in UK is an eye-opener to prevailing malfunctions which appears to be an everyday affair in the hospitals. In a sting operation conducted by BBC, some maternity units came under the scanner, to reveal some alarming practices. ......Some of the maternity units were facing an acute shortage of staff. As a result most midwives we...

Sexual Fantasies Play an Important Role in Boosting Desire

Scientists of the Department of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment of the University of Granada (Universidad de Granada) have studied how some psychological variables such as erotophilia (positive attitude towards sexuality), sexual fantasies and anxiety are related to sexual desire in human beings. ......The researcher Juan Carlos Sierra Freire states that there are very few r...
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