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Deep Insights into Type2 Diabetes by Wesley Researchers

...alth care system, Mr Brand said. Type 2 Diabetes sufferer Ms Deborah Lennon said that being able to access advice from pharmacists would be extremely beneficial in the management of her diabetes. It is quite difficult and expensive to get an appointment to see my GP so to be able to access a pharmacist fo...

World Epilepsy Week - 2007

...zed by a series of seizures, which can catch the sufferer unaware at any moment. In epilepsy, also known as falling sickness , the normal pattern of neuronal activity (of the nerve cells in the brain) becomes disturbed. This causes strange sensations, emotions, and behavior or sometimes convulsions, musc...

Airway Bypass Treatment for Emphysema - Study

...make exhalation ineffective, leaving the emphysema sufferer with hyperinflation because they cant get air out of their lungs. With hyperinflation, breathing becomes inefficient and the patient is always short of breath. Even the most nominal physical activities become difficult for emphysema patients and many...

Potential Lifesaver Drug Announced

...nse mutations" in the child's DNA meaning that the sufferer lacks a vital protein. Accordingly, in most genetic conditions, between 5-15 per cent of cases are caused by a defect called a “nonsense mutation”. Genes are instruction manuals for cells to make proteins, but nonsense mutations in effect introduc...

Kolkata, Mumbai to Face Maximum Brunt of Climate Change

Mumbai and Kolkata will be the worst sufferer among Indian cities with flash rains, floods and fall in water tables as well as water conservation //potential, says an international report on climate change. According to the fourth assessment report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Chan...

Child Brain Likely To Be Harmed By Stress

...ained: "One common treatment for PTSD is to help a sufferer develop a narrative of the traumatic experience. "But if the stress of the event is affecting areas of the brain responsible for processing information and incorporating it into a story, that treatment may not be as effective." Extreme stress He ...

Severe PTSD Damages Children's Brains: Study

...ted U. "One common treatment for PTSD is to help a sufferer develop a narrative of the traumatic experience. But if the stress of the event is affecting areas of the brain responsible for processing information and incorporating it into a story, that treatment may not be as effective." Carrion and his colle...

Snoring Could Be Deadly If Left Untreated

...rs of snorers have often said that the sleep apnea sufferer would stop breathing in their sleep and choke or gasp on waking up. 'A person who may have sleep apnea often feels tired, they need to nap during the day, especially during moments of quiet activity, which we call 'excessive daytime sleepiness', an...

Tobacco Smugglers are Helping Terrorists: WHO

...nitiative. "I would say that the EU is the worst sufferer at this point but any country including India could soon be a victim of this new development," Bettcher told IANS on the sidelines of Global Youth Meet on Health here Thursday. Though the exact size of this illicit trade was yet to be ascertained, ...

Cancer Drug Banned in England

...ves suffering from these diseases. As one cancer sufferer said: “Are they saying a Scottish life is worth more than an English life? “They are effectively saying to people with incurable diseases, ‘sit down in a darkened room and die’.” NICE has refused to comment on next week’s announcement. A NICE spoke...

No More Dietary Restriction for Heartburn Patients - Study Says

...e measures. Most physicians treating a heartburn sufferer will generally put them on a medication, in addition to any lifestyle changes they recommend. These days that's usually a proton pump inhibitor, which reduces the amount of acid secreted in the stomach. Gerson said that for the most part, medicatio...

Division Among Delegates To Dilute UN's AIDS Plans: Activists

...tims fear. 'Don't kill us with diplomacy,' an AIDS sufferer said emotionally. Source:PTI News...

More Than 200,000 Miners In Rajasthan Suffer From Silicosis

...culty to exercise. The condition may also make the sufferer prone to lung infections such as pneumonia. Independent research by a local NGO called Health, Environment and Development Consortium (HEDCON) showed that 86 percent of those certified with silicosis were over the age of 40. Silicosis is the silen...

Glaucoma Could Cause Vision Loss In 60 Million People By 2010

...ucoma cases by then. Six out of every 10-glaucoma sufferer would be women as per the 2010 prediction. Furthermore, open angle glaucoma, characterized by slow disease process would be more common (3 of 4) than angle closure glaucoma. By 2010, more than 8.5 million would have lost vision in both their eyes....

Playing Didgeridoo can cure sleep apnoea

...way is obstructed during sleep, and results in the sufferer gasping for breath, snoring loudly, snorting and constantly waking up. It carries an increased risk of stroke, heart attacks and high blood pressure. About five percent of people have the condition that makes their throat close, causing them to wak...

British Doctor cleared of murder

...gave his patients overdoses of morphine. Cancer sufferer Gittins died on March 21st 2003. Weldon, who was in a nursing home suffering from dementia, died on March 18th in the same year and Moss, who also had cancer, died on March 14th. All three had been visited by Dr Martin shortly before their deaths. ...

Brain cells by millions die during a stroke

... Those symptoms often make it impossible for the sufferer to take action, so the responsibility falls on those who notice the problem, he said....

Link Between Hepatitis C And Liver Cancer Unraveled By Scientists

...ronic disease worldwide. In most of the cases, the sufferer is totally unaware of the infection. This facilitates widespread damage to the liver following the initial episode of infection. Under these circumstances, a liver transplant may be the only source of hope left for survival. The currently available...

The anxiety gene

...r was not the panic attack itself, but the way the sufferer responded. Secondary factors such as misinterpreting the attack as a heart attack or impending madness, and avoiding situations that might trigger panic attacks interfered with the person's life more than the actual panic attack itself. Psychological...

Health at heights

...ability to think straight. It progresses until the sufferer loses consciousness, their breathing comes close to stopping and the pulse is extremely weak. It can be prevented by wearing many layers of clothing, drinking plenty of fluids and hot drinks (but not alcohol) and keeping well nourished.Maintaining mo...

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