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Gas Masks Don't Always Fit an Emergency

...to wear the mask at all times. //Even if you could stand to do that, the risks to your health would probably be higher than the likelihood that wearing the mask would prevent contamination. And wearing a mask could be particularly dangerous if you have a respiratory disease or asthma, which already hamp...

Dangers of Low Calcium Intake

...d by the end of this age range, the nation's youth stand in the midst of a calcium crisis. Osteoporosis is a pediatric disease with geriatric consequences. With low calcium intake levels during these important bone growth periods, today's children and teens are certain to face a serious public health pro...

Vibrating Insoles could Help Balance

...nce. In the study, the participants were asked to stand quietly on vibrating gel insoles. Video cameras measured the amount they swayed. The researchers note elderly participants showed greater improvement than their younger counterparts.Young participants might have almost optimum sensory feedback and ba...

WHO and UNAIDS unveil plan to get 3 million AIDS patients on treatment by 2005

...IDS Executive Director. "We firmly believe that we stand no chance of halting this epidemic unless we dramatically scale up access to HIV care. Treatment and prevention are the two pillars of a truly effective comprehensive AIDS strategy." 3 by 5 StrategyTo reach the 3 by 5 target, WHO and UNAIDS will fo...

New Treatment For Headache

...My pain just got worse and worse, until I couldn’t stand it. I mean, it was so sharp, I didn’t know what to do. It was really hard to deal with life,” he says. Most people know the pain of a headache, but for many, the symptoms come and go or are short-lived. But, there are some people who have constant,...

Liver Cancer Risk increased in Diabetics

...ople without liver cancer found that diabetics are stand a three fold risk // of developing liver cancer compared to the general population. After taking other factors into account, such as demographics and major risk factors for liver disease, researchers found diabetes nearly tripled the risk of liver c...

Hope for patients with Chronic leukemia

...g drugs for treatment of CLL, and can be used as a stand –alone therapy or as a combination therapy. It helps control CLL by shortening the life-span of existing leukemia cells and interferes with the making of new DNA, thus preventing leukemia cells from growing. With this treatment the remission can last...

Bihar High Court Intervenes To End Doctors Strike

...etically as the strike had brought healthcare to a stand still at the Patna Medical Hospital. Medindia on Medical College – Further information Medindia provides you with a complete list of Medical, Dental, Pharmacy, Nursing, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Siddha and Unani colleges from all India as recognis...

Liver Cancer Risk increased in Diabetics

...ople without liver cancer found that diabetics are stand a three fold risk of developing liver cancer compared to the general population.// After taking other factors into account, such as demographics and major risk factors for liver disease, researchers found diabetes nearly tripled the risk of liver ca...

Influence of Celebrities on Breast Cancer Awareness

...ments increase cancer testing among the people who stand to benefit most, the researchers cautioned. Screening has both advantages and disadvantages as early diagnosis helps for better treatment and also can bring unnecessary testing and treatment. Celebrities who organize the program should be judicious i...

Encephalitis Survivors Face The Risk Of Becoming Disabled

...octors in the hope that one day he will be able to stand on his own feet." Whether he can actually do that is a question that even doctors cannot answer. "It is a very unfortunate situation and there is little that we can do about it," said Kushwaha. So, how many more Abhisheks and Himalayas will Uttar P...

Device For Improving Bone Mass In Osteoporosis

...ts of more typical weight-bearing exercise. Users stand on the platform while it produces small, barely perceptible vibrations that mimic what muscle cells do during common activities such as standing, maintaining balance, and walking. These tiny muscle contractions exert many small stresses on the bone, ...

Ruling On Non Disclosure Of HIV Positive Status Is Not Ethical

...us, but as far as law goes, you don't have a legal stand on this. Even horrifying is the fact that you have to rely on the quality of condom to protect you // from the virus. The Wellington District Court, New Zealand, dismissed the charges of criminal nuisance against Justin Dalley, who was charged with ...

Terminally Ill Patients Could Be Offered A Better Life

...the needs of the terminally ill and also those who stand a better chance of cure if given treatment in time, Indian groups will join global bodies to mark Oct 8 as World Hospice and Palliative Care Day. "State governments need to replace ancient rules that cause some impediments in providing terminally il...

Terminally Ill deserves a better quality of Life

...the needs of the terminally ill and also those who stand a better chance of cure if given treatment in time, Indian groups will join global bodies to mark Oct 8 as World Hospice and Palliative Care Day. "State governments need to replace ancient rules that cause some impediments in providing terminally il...

Historic trial for tuberculosis launched together by leading drug companies

..., President and CEO of the TB Alliance. "Today, we stand with Bayer, embarking on a major clinical trial program to see if this excellent antibiotic can shorten TB treatment by 2-3 months, which would significantly improve therapy." "Bayer is committed to working with the TB Alliance to develop a shorter...

Bird Flu Survivor Recounts her ‘hell

...d: 'I thought 'what's happening to me now? I can't stand this for a week. It's too much torture,'' she added: 'I felt dizzy and faint. My hands turned pale. It seemed like there was no blood in my body. The next morning I hardly had the energy to walk. I had to crawl out of bed, and I felt as if my body wa...

AIDS control requires co-coordinated move regarding safe sexual practices

...tinuous leadership from all sectors is believed to stand a better chance in facing success with the AIDS control program. The media has a very important role in shaping up public opinion regarding shaping public opinion and creating an environment supportive of HIV prevention, care and treatment. It can he...

A warning for children consuming hamburgers: Asthma

...ncreased pollution. The pollution theory does not stand to reason. Tokyo has a higher pollution, but lower asthma rate, while a higher incidence rate of asthma is found in the Scottish island of Skye where there is almost no pollution. "The high salt content in hamburgers may increase the risk of wheezy...

One Third Of All Cancers Preventable!

...hol and inadequate intake of fruits and vegetables stand second and third respectively as causative factor of cancers. Overweight and obesity, physical inactivity, unsafe sexual practices, air pollution due to the growing industrialization/ urbanization, smoke from domestic use of coal and contaminated he...

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