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Naked DNA Vaccination May Conquer Arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis

...ing the disease. Essentially, the process involves teaching the immune system how to correct its own mistakes, fooling the natural immune system into fighting itself by neutralizing the excessive cytokines and chemokines it is producing....

Toddlers stressed out

...t's proposals were aimed at ensuring "appropriate" teaching for the early years. Three-year-olds would not be under pressure to learn lessons that were beyond their reach, she said, but would be encouraged with basic skills such as speaking, say the experts....

It's Never Too Late to Stop Smoking,Study Finds

...-member nonprofit professional medical society and teaching institution, is dedicated to fostering optimal cardiovascular care and disease prevention through professional education, promotion of research, leadership in the development of standards and guidelines, and the formulation of health care policy....

Will Your Baby Grow Up To Be A Future Einstein ?

...ans, but don't get into very structured systematic teaching at too early an age and also interact emotionally and have fun with pretend play ... it would be ideal....

Healthcare Professionals Might Want To Rethink Their Dress Code

...ants, medical students and security personnel at a teaching hospital. Their data confirmed that nearly 50 percent of the neckties worn by the medical staff were contaminated with bacteria. Although there is no evidence to suggest the neckties transfer disease to patients, it is a good opportunity to reevalua...

Hay fever may be cured by self-hypnosis

...en able to cure people suffering from hay fever by teaching them self-hypnosis.//The researchers believe that hypnosis may be a powerful tool for curing allergic reactions. 79 patients of an average age of 34 yrs with moderate to sever allergic rhinitis from grass or pollen were taken in the study. All these ...

London Emergency Services Receive Wide Appreciation

... casualties. The Royal London Hospital, a major teaching hospital in the East End, treated around 200 casualties. The plan also included getting patients less injured by buses to the hospitals. Paul White, the hospital's chief executive in an interview with BBC said: “Emergency plans had worked well” he ad...

"Defeat AIDS Pledge" by Andhra CM

... standard, was now considering a proposal to start teaching about the issue from the sixth standard. "This is necessary as many children drop out at seventh or eighth standard," he said. He also underlined the need to teach morals to students, avoid premarital sex and be faithful to one's life partner. "They...

Adding Credit To The Health Care Industry In India

...ollege hospital. This would be the country's first teaching hospital that uses technology// developed by an Indian. Srini Nageshwar, the man behind the achievement has felt the need for low-cost equipment and speedy health diagnosis. His dream is to see every doctor in rural India enabled with an instrument...

Ankle Fracture Surgery – Diabetics fare worse than non-diabetics

...als. The hospitals vary by region, size, location, teaching status and ownership. "The strength of this analysis is that it provides a nationally representative and real-world picture of what happens to ankle fracture patients in the U.S.," said Ricardo Pietrobon, M.D., senior member of the research team and...

Resident Physicians Need More Preparations To Treat Patients From Different Cultures

...ties in their final year of training at major U.S. teaching hospitals. Responses were obtained from 60 percent (2,047) of the sample. Virtually all (96 percent) of the residents indicated that it was moderately or very important to address cultural issues when providing care. Approximately one-third to half ...

People Suffering From Chronic Pulmonary Disease To Get Relief From Harmonica

...om chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) by teaching them to play the musical instrument of harmonica//. The students are members of a pulmonary rehabilitation class at the university. The weekly harmonica instruction is one way that people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease can focus on their...

The Polymicrobial Nature Of Diabetic Foot Infections

...e bacteriology of diabetic foot ulcers at the Adan teaching hospital, Ministry of Health in Kuwait, Kuwait. The relative frequency of bacterial isolates cultured from community-acquired foot infections that were not exposed to antimicrobial agents for 30 days were studied. In addition, the bacterial comparati...

Women More Prone To Risk of Colorectal Cancer from Tobacco

...ource File that has a large database from over 350 teaching and community hospitals. A regression analysis of gender, tobacco and alcohol use was done. They found that while age of onset of colorectal cancer was slightly younger in males than females in the non-smoking/non-drinking group, current smokers ha...

Kasturba Medical College Organizes 'CME- Orth 2005' From 4th To 6th November

...to fascinate many visitors. The unique interactive teaching environment attracts students from both school and college. The museum has numerous skeletons and anatomical specimens highlighting abnormalities found in patients. Cross-sectional specimens, radiographs, developmental anatomy models and skeletons ...

Indian Psychiatrist in UK Accused of plagiarism

...come a consultant at the highly respected Maudsley teaching hospital in London, and has eight degrees. He is considered one of Britain's best-known psychiatrists and is seen often on television and radio. Persaud writes on mental health matters in a string of publications and has presented the Radio 4 psycho...

Woodruff Foundation Grant To Support Doctorate Of Nursing Practice Program

...The certificate focuses on evidence-based clinical teaching and evaluation techniques, and can be pursued before, during or after the doctorate of nursing practice course of study. Requirements for the program include a master’s degree in nursing or associated program of study related to a specialty area, a ...

Shouting Teachers Developing Dry Throats

...th voice problems doubled within the first year of teaching from 15.4 percent during their training year. By the fourth year, this figure had risen to 36.5 percent. Head of the university's division of speech and hearing services, Edwin Yiu Man-lai, said teachers needed to be taught more non-verbal ways of ...

Developing Specific Skills Ensure Better Grades In US Kids

...the 12th grade and included workshops on effective teaching skills and better family management besides conducting summer camps and study tours. 'These programs are important and they teach skills that children need to negotiate in the classroom and the school environment. When we teach them to children they ...

Dealing With Stress Results In Better Academic Performance

...ected from sources like parents, students, and the teaching staff. The intervention program was inclusive of workshops for both parents and teachers, and study clubs and summer camps for students. Particular skills are imparted to students, which help them to cope with their problems more effectively, which a...

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