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Vaccine to quit smoking?

... is aren’t too many approaches which have not been taken in trying to prevent smoking, but a new vaccine developed by Nabi,// a pharmaceutical company, promises new hope in preventing people from relapsing. The vaccine (NicVAX) binds nicotine and prevents it from reaching the brain, where it causes its sti...

International community warns India on HIV situation

...r, the experts said if corrective measures are not taken India might become another Africa in ten years. Last week, Dr. Takhur had claimed, “AIDS will not increase in India, of that I am very certain. I think with the efforts that we are now making the progress of the disease will be checked.” According t...

The Cancer Rumour mill working over time

...ans of communication and beyond a point fiction is taken for fact. People are scared to use under arm deo-sprays, shampoos, floor cleaners, cell-phones, microwave ovens, and electrical blankets when they read stories attributed to phony medical journals listing these products as potential cancer causers. ...

Abstain from sex- the latest mantra of American teens

...rities joining the jing bang. This pledge has been taken seriously, alteast for a certain period of time, according to some analysts who have studied the abstinence of the teen folk in the U.S. According to these analysts, only 7% of men and 20% of women remain virgins till their marriage. The matter is n...

Man against HIV – new vaccine ready for human trials

... and strong to survive all the initiatives man has taken to eliminate it. The TAT vaccine is the latest hope for man against the virus! Lets hope this works!!...

Water - The silent killer!!!

...st for water, there are also many lives, which are taken away due to water borne infections. The best remedy to this problem is to be aware of the dangers and to consume safe water always....

Chinese paracetamol may be slapped with dumping duty

...heir positions before any final decisions would be taken the Directorate added. Though the domestic market had grown over the past, the importer had slashed the prices of the imported drug thereby forcing the domestic market to sell below its non-injurious price, which the domestic market could not recove...

Avoid sudden death by quick cooling

...starts beating in 3-4 minutes. The longer the time taken for the heart to restart its normal beating, the lesser the chances are for the patient to survive. In laboratory studies, Becker has demonstrated that the actual act of restarting the heart can cause significant damage. Therefore, he proposes givin...

Negligent doctors asked to cough up 3 lakhs for death of patient

...g of the uterus to prevent an abortion and she was taken to the operation theatre at 0600 hrs on May 23. At 2200 hrs, she vomited and at midnight, the relatives heard her loud cries. They were told that the patient was mentally upset and that she had been put on sedatives. But around 1130 hrs the next day,...

Doctors advice early anemia tests

... Sheriff and her colleagues examined blood samples taken from 1,141 children when they were 8, 12 and 18 months old. These were compared to the hemoglobin levels with the children's development when they were 18 months old.Children with levels of hemoglobin less than 95 grams per liter of blood scored six ...

Distraction therapy found very effective in postoperative patients

... patients following surgeries has been effectively taken care of by a new therapy called distraction therapy. Doctors at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions in the US have distracted patients with images and sounds from nature and have successfully controlled pain in patients following a painful proced...

Radioactive Seeds used in Prostate Cancer treatment can migrate with the body

...y measure in such patients, chest x-rays should be taken every year to make sure no lesions developed. Almost 25% of patients studied had developed these complications. Bracytherapy, though widely adviced, still remains a controversial treatment in the eyes of many cancer specialists....

Virus Combats Brain Tumour

...that these virus killed the tumour cells that were taken from the humans and grown in the laboratory. In their study, mice that had human glioma cells transplanted to them, they used live virus in one set and dead virus in another group. Ninety days after being treated, the majority of the mice treated wi...

Lose stomach for Life....Preventive removal of stomach saves the risk of cancer

... stomach cancer. On this basis these members were taken in for the study and after thorough counselling they underwent surgical removal of stomach. "The somehow surprising and medically fascinating observation was that all five cases had small gastric cancers in the removed stomach, which were detected...

Analgesic abuse - cause for chronic headache in children

...lescents, found that the average number of tablets taken by each patient was 28 each week, with 16 using pain medication daily. They stopped all the analgesic medications and found that the headache symptoms decreased after 2 months.Inspite of the fact the exact roll of these analgesics was not known, it i...

Acupuncture superseeds massage therapy for short term relief of pain

...cine. so now the alternative forms of medicine has taken its stride. Acupuncture vs massage for treating pain has been widely debated with some practitioners. Dr. Dominik Irnich of Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich has done a study on this basis and found that when it comes to chronic neck pain, acu...

ZYBAN, The smoking cessation drug marked for its adverse reactions

...ine's smoking cessation drug Zyban, which is being taken by over 5 million people world wide, is held respo...Zyban is a prescription-only medicine that must be taken appropriately and not by patients with a history of seizures. He also added that the rate of seizure...

TELITHROMYCIN - the proven effective new drug for cap

... biological outcomes was noted. Blood samples were taken before and after the therapy for both aerobic and anaerobic culture. It was found that, the overall clinical cure rate with telithromycin was 89.5% after 7 to 11 days of therapy. Telithromycin has recently been approved by the US Food and Drug Admin...

Malaria strikes Munger tribals

...houdry said that all the necessary steps are being taken to bring down the calamity.They have sent two malaria experts to Munger,who would be taking blood samples and sending them to the National Institute of Virology. State health department has sent doctors and the necessary medications to Munger to bri...

Big and Bright

...ace, education and socio-economic status were also taken into account. Many studies have shown low birth weight babies (those born weighing less than 2500 grams) have lower IQ test scores at school age - and the smaller the babies at birth, the larger the IQ deficit. The new study showed t...

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