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“Don’t fear long haul flights!” Vascular surgeon tells travelrs

...ays that clot formation can also occur if a person spends long hours in front of the computer. Basically when a person spends hours without any activity, in a seated position, there is a lot of stasis of blood (pooling of bloo...

A new herbal therapy to quit smoking

...asing and positive person. The money that a smoker spends on cigarettes over a period of three months is estimated to be Rs. 4,000. This includes the cost of the imported non-nicotine cigarettes, and the herbal drops used as a method support during the period of therapy....

A voice saving surgery

...Thank, you, Dr. Paniello,'" Hancock says. Now, she spends much of her time talking to Macie. "Macie is my daughter. She's technically a dog, but that does not make her any less my daughter." Hancock will continue to strengthen her voice, and after being cancer-free for more than five years, she's ready to ...

Clothes may provide better protection against sun-related skin problems in children

...number of moles children develop. For children who spends long hours in the sun and wore protection like sun block cream and clothes to cover their bodies, developed less number of moles than children who stayed out in the sun for long hours in bathing suit and covered with sunscreen. Researchers believe th...

Toll-like Receptor (Tlr3) Attachment Leads To Lethal Encephalitis

...rted. Even more astonishing is the fact that India spends 100 million dollars on malaria. In spite of spending so much, the diseases continue to explode from time to time. The reason is that these mosquitoes develop resistance to medicines and chemicals. For more information: http://www.medindia.net/p...

Pharma Companies May Influence The Decisions Of Medical Students

...en medicine and the pharmaceutical industry, which spends $12 billion to $18 billion annually marketing to physicians (including residents), according to background information in the article. This includes 60 million visits annually by pharmaceutical representatives and most of the $1.54 billion spent an...

Alcohol: Liver's worst enemy

...ls a few hundred in comparison, yet the government spends more on tackling that. Drinking, by comparison, is on the rise and too little is being done to help.' A recent report had said that the UK was one of Europe's worst offenders' with alcohol consumption rising by 15 percent over the last five years. ...

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Can Be Prevented?

...sity to increase the sample size. The government spends $4 billion a year to treat this kind of illness experienced by the American troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. James McGaugh, director of the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory at the University of California at Irvine and ...

Married Life Can Be Affected By Snoring

...iage satisfaction, and quality of life, the couple spends the night in a sleep laboratory where technicians determine each partner's quality and quantity of sleep. Following two weeks of treatment, the diagnostic tests and surveys are repeated. For patients participating in the study, the Center offers tr...

Health Services Plagued By Corruption

...n plagued with corruption. Each household in India spends Rs 663 on an average annually as a result of the corruption in the health sector, in addition to needless human suffering. The faith reposed by the people upon the medical sector is also gradually eroding as a result of this. The cost of health se...

Mentally Deranged Man Chained for 20 Years

...r the past 20 years due to a mental illness. // He spends most of time in a motionless state, according to h...d earlier, Mansharam is a very quiet man today. He spends his days not moving an inch or even trying to talk to anyone. His son, Saudan Singh, a college stude...

South Asians in Canada being wooed by chips now!

... Greater Toronto Area alone, South Asians annually spends $12.6 billion on retail goods and services, according to a marketing firm in Toronto. The desire for stronger flavours by the Asians was the reason for their launch. Frito Lay needed to strike a balance between authentic Asian flavours and the tast...

People Turn Health Conscious at Their Workplace

...ist in Charlottesville, Virginia, who estimates he spends eight to 12 hours a day working and walking on his treadmill in his home office. He says that he is addicted to it. He says that he walks an hour a day in reverse. He says he is so used to it that he even plans to take it to the community hospital op...

Satyam Stops Conducting HIV Tests On Employees To Prevent Discrimination

...employees and their family members. Each of them spends some time during the weekend to work with the foundation in various areas. It may be visiting healthcare centres run by the foundation or schools adopted by it, said Murthy. Every month each Satyam associate donates Rs.20 for the foundation, which ...

The Face Of Indian Health Care: A World Health Day Evaluation

...with millions living below the poverty line, India spends much less on its health care industry than any oth...han that spent by Sri Lanka. The Indian Government spends as little as 0.6 to 0.8 % of the total health care expense. Thanks to the 2006 budget, which has rai...

Arab World Wakes Up To the Call of Science

...heir strategic plans. He said that a US university spends more on research than all Arab countries put together. He suggested that the increasing revenues from oil production should be used to fund science and technology development. Statistics show that Arab nations put together spend about 0.15 % of the...

Technology Can Help Fight Health Care Costs

... of their operating budget on IT while health care spends only 2 to 3%. According to research by Forrester Research, an independent technology and market research company, the IT budgets at large U.S. hospitals are expected to rise about 3.1 percent in 2006. Hospitals are expected to invest mostly in clini...

Doctors Strike In Andhra Enters The Second Day

...e without honouring it, he said. "The government spends money on producing a doctor and he has a responsibility towards the society," said Rosaiah. The minister said a shortage of professors was affecting medical education in the state. He pointed out that the Guntur Medical College lost 25 seats becaus...

Bird Flu Swan In Scotland Was A Migratory Bird

...s a Whooper swan, which is a migratory bird, which spends most of the winter in Britain and Europe. The dead swan is the only wild bird in Britain so far to have the H5N1 virus. Scotland's chief medical officer h has asked people to stay calm since the risk of bird flu pandemic is very low. Scientists fear ...

Hospitals In U.K To Outsource Administrative Work To India

...unnecessary expenditure. Stating that the hospital spends about £5 million a year on the medical secretaries and that their auditors have advised them that the expenditure can be halved by sending work overseas. He also said that they would still have personal assistants working to organize diaries but plan...

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