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Cannabis for pain

... to allowing them to get a good night's sleep. One subject had returned to work; others had started driving, gardening and caring for children again....

Emotional callers hamper speedy ambulance dispatch

... rural mix. A total of 26.3% of all the calls were subject to communication difficulties. Of those, 33.4% were attributed to the emotional state of the caller and 10% were related to the call-taker missing information or failing to be understood by the caller. It was also noted in the report that although ...

Lactobacillus Supplements shorten the duration of diarrhoea

...ents. Over-the-counter dietary supplements are not subject to the same safety and effectiveness standards that medications face. And children with diarrhoea should see a doctor if they have loose stools for more than 5 days, the stools contain blood or mucus, or the children show signs of dehydration such as...

Many factors influence sexual potency

...ertisments with regard to potency have brought the subject of impotence to the attention of thousands of people.// Impotence was once a taboo subject, but attitudes are changing.Many men are taking help, particularly as large segments of the population age. Many men suffer from impotence. Estimates range fro...

A new herbal therapy to quit smoking

...he sessions of hypnotherapy will not only help the subject quit smoking completely, but also help him become a more pleasing 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 cigar...

The issue of urinary incontinence

... among the very old, but it has not been a popular subject for medical research. Anyhow, much progress has been made and, in fact, an old people's ward need not smell at all. Professor Malone-Lee and his team helped introduce the incontinence pad and, after many years of research into absorbent materials, ...

Benign eye tumors being treated

...decreased visual acuity in his left eye. The third subject was a 65 year old man who had been initially diagnosed in 1995 and followed for the next 5 years, during which time he began to experience significantly worsening vision and an expanding central blind spot. Researchers used photodynamic therapy to t...

Back pain treated with Opioids

...ials into the use of opioids in back pain, for the subject has been under researched....

Causes of weakness in the aged

...ts and frailty. Some older people become frail and subject to a wide range of problems such as disability, hospitalization and institutionalization.// They are also more likely to die than their non-frail counterparts of the same age. Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Medical School have made one of the fir...

Energy intake directly related to portion size

...rger, irrespective of the serving method and other subject characteristics. The authors of the study said that the study assumed significance as portion size is a modifiable factor of energy intake which could be effectively addressed in the prevention and treatment of obesity....

Herbal supplement ephedra posing threat to people's health

...hat it is time for the supplement either to become subject to more stringent regulation, or be banned altogether. ...

New hope for spinal cord injury victims

...d has put together a collection of articles on the subject of spinal cord injury repair in animals. Spinal cord injury affects millions of people and, until now, has left them with little hope of living a normal life. However, recent research has begun to suggest that maybe stem cells - primitive cells that ...

Risk factor high for women who took HRT

...fect is negative. This increased the debate on the subject and that further research needs to be done....

Hope for 11 million children facing death from illnesses

...ildren, children at work, children and adolescents subject to commercial exploitation, those affected by natural or man made disasters, or those living with disabilities need special attention. For more information contact: Chris Powell - Information Officer Family and Community Health WHO, Geneva Teleph...

Low-dose Growth Hormone (GH) with diet and exercise may help weight loss

...ssure. GH therapy was well tolerated with only one subject discontinuing due to edema. The reason for loss of weight has not been known, whether they lost weight because they had a decrease in appetite or whether they kept up their muscle mass and hence were able to exercise is still in question. However G...

Good carb, bad carb? Experts debate.

...e of the field's pioneers. Controversy weighs on subject The idea has already entered the scientific mainstream in much of the world and is endorsed by the World Health Organization, but it remains deeply controversial in the United States. It is dismissed by some of the country's weightiest private healt...

Weight-loss Products Dangerous

...e //purchased without a prescription, they are not subject to the same standards as drugs. Researchers in Japan studied 12 patients who developed liver problems after taking Chaso and Onshido -- two popular herbal weight-loss products made in China and sold on the Internet. Researchers reviewed the patients...

Black tea said to lower cholesterol

...Researchers had the same background diet for every subject throughout the whole study because these active ingredients [that lower cholesterol] occur in a lot of other foods. Scientists at the USDA's research division also are studying the bioactivity of tea compounds for use in treating a wide-range of di...

Cancer Risk From Exposure To Diagnostic X-Rays

... on a number of assumptions, and so are inevitably subject to considerate uncertainty. However researchers from Germany say the present study has not taken into account the benefit of the X-rays for the patients in their research. They say the earlier detection of cancer by radiological examinations and po...

HRT Found To Increase Recurrence of Breast Cancer

...more women are surviving the disease and therefore subject to the same menopausal symptoms as other women. The study was expected to involve around 1,300 women over five years. After the initial 345 women in the study were followed for about two years, however, results showed 26 of those randomized to receiv...

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