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Brain diseases an outcome of cannibalism

...th evidences from pre-historic age. There is much skepticism about the fact that all the early human being were cannibals. The protective mutations now appear in the DNA of people around the world. Other prion researchers want to verify the findings with data from larger population samples. Since prions can c...

Scandals Can Affect Medical Research

...roper response to any use of children’s tissue was skepticism and questioning of professional motives.” Anecdotal experience also suggests that medical staff may have been deterred from asking for donations during the scandal, they add. Although registrations began to recover towards the end of the study peri...

Relief for HIV/AIDS patients: ART therapy now available in India

While experts have reacted with skepticism to a British man's claims that he has been cured of HIV/AIDS, patients from India are in for some relief. // In what is assumed as a social relief for HIV/AIDS patients, Anti-Retro Virus Treatment (ART) drugs are now available in India. This medi...

U.N. Official Doubts India On AIDS Data

...in 2003. International aid groups have expressed skepticism about those figures. Peter Piot, the executive director of United Nations AIDS program said in an interview that he also questioned the figures. "India having only 28,000 new infections is plainly impossible," Mr. Piot said. With some districts acr...

Tooth Decay Bacteria Unaffected By Altered Biochemical Pathway

...ctive work without this pathway. "We were met with skepticism … because the dogma was that this biochemical pathway is the key for all living cells," commented Jeannine Brady, Ph.D., a co-author of the study and an associate professor of oral biology at the UF College of Dentistry. "As far as we know, this is t...

Canada: Time up for Health Care revamp

There is skepticism about Canada’s Public health care system, with fear amongst people of what the changes might bring, causing a lot of ripples amongst people. The decade old system surely needs dissection, which will go a long way to revive the ailing healthcare.// ...

African Americans Have Increased Risk Of Emphysema

...ifferences was important because of understandable skepticism about such distinctions. "People question whether racial differences in disease are due to factors such as the environment, socioeconomic status or health care disparities," says Chatila. The researchers acknowledge that such issues may play an imp...

No therapy for most of the pregnant women with depression

...nts may help women work through the ambivalence or skepticism about treatment, help them engage in the treatment process," she says. Depression during pregnancy: Symptoms and treatmentPregnant women who are experiencing depression may think their symptoms are just a normal part of pregnancy. But in fact, the ...

Depression In Pregnant Women Not Being Treated

...nts may help women work through the ambivalence or skepticism about treatment, help them engage in the treatment process," she says. Depression during pregnancy: Symptoms and treatment. Pregnant women who are experiencing depression may think their symptoms are just a normal part of pregnancy. But in fact,...

Sexual assault cases in mixed-sex psychiatric wards on the high

...f executive of the charity Mind, said, "Government skepticism is part of the problem."Patients have to believe it is worth making a complaint and that they will be taken seriously," he said. Moira Fraser, head of policy at the Mental Health Foundation, said, "Attitudes of managers and frontline staff need to ...

Research In A New Direction To Develop Innovative Psychotropic Drugs

...e impact of mental illness on the brain; continued skepticism of results from animal models for certain disorders; an outdated paradigm of treatment and the industry preference toward so-called "me-too" drugs. "We need to do better when treating major mental illness, and right now that means we need groundbre...

More AIIMS Doctors Joining Hunger Strike Again

... days. However, patients at the hospital express skepticism as the word of the strike spread. SR...

Electronic Mosquito Repellents Fail to Prevent Malaria Transmission

...und. The authors say that 30 years of scientific skepticism and a successful prosecution in the 1980s of EMR marketers under the UK Trade Description Act has not affected worldwide marketing of the devices. “This is a concern,” they write, “because it is likely to lead to consumers not using other protective ...

Human Trafficking Booming in Eastern Europe, but Governments Dont Seem to Care

...er fuel prices, poor agricultural weather, and the skepticism of foreign investors. U.S. State Dept Trafficking in Persons Report, June, 2007, says Moldova is a major source, and to a lesser extent, a transit country for women and girls trafficked for the purpose of commercial sexual exploitation. Moldovan ...

A New Survey -Anxiety Students Dont Seek Help

..., being unaware of services or insurance coverage, skepticism about effectiveness, or being Asian or Pacific Islander. Women were more likely to realize they need treatment and seek it, he said. It's important to understand what motivates students to seek help or not for several reasons, Eisenberg said. Most ...

Mother Has the Right to the Placenta, US Court Rules

... is far from widespread and is received with great skepticism by more traditional medical experts. But among a small but vocal contingent of expectant mothers and proponents, it is strongly believed that the organ created by the woman's body to pass nutrients between mother and fetus and is expelled after birth...

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