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Epilepsy Drug Valproate and Lamotrigine Linked To Malformed Fetus

...ected from pregnant women in US and Canada through telephonic interview. The results were compared between the women who took Valproate or the drug valproic acid (VPA) versus women who didn’t. The study had shown that maternal exposure to valproic acid during first trimester of pregnancy raises the risk of majo...

Your headache can stem from your body weight

... taken the physical history of the participants by telephonic interviews and had divided the number of people into five groups according to their body mass index. 67% of the respondents were female and the average age of the people who participated in the study was 43 yrs. Obese people reported having at least...

First Human Clone born

...sterday through cloning, the first on record. In a telephonic interview with AFP, Ms.Boisselier, president of the human cloning society Clonaid said that the girl was born by caesarean and the birth 'went very well'.// Because the effort by the Raelians to achieve the first human birth by cloning was carried ou...

Influence of Celebrities on Breast Cancer Awareness

... them to undergo the screening test. Results of a telephonic interview conducted in American adults reported that almost three-quarters (73%) of women age 40 and older (the age group potentially eligible for breast cancer screening) reported that they had seen or heard celebrities talk about mammograms, and, o...

Legalization Of Euthanasia Would Not Affect Patient’s Trus

...r future. The study is based on the results of a telephonic survey conducted among a group of 1,117 adults in the United States. The survey was designed to measure attitudes about physician aid in dying. The participants were required to rate their level of agreement or disagreement using a five-point scale. ...

Romantic Relationships Make People Happy

...other researchers studied data which was inclusive telephonic interviews with 691 people between 1992 and 1997. They assessed the well being of the people with measures of self-esteem, life satisfaction, general happiness and distress symptoms. Romantic relationships also had a positive effect on sexuality, p...

28 million Britons to take telephonic hearing test

...f 28 million people // in United Kingdom through a telephonic conversation test. It is estimated that more than 4 million people in United Kingdom may have some kind of hearing impairment and has to be treated which requires early diagnosis. The test which was started on Christmas day on an average as 5,500 c...

Radiation Hazard From Use Of Cordless Phones

...rnment agency has urged that people restrict their telephonic conversations to a minimal level owing to the radiation hazard from use of //cordless phones. Germany's federal bureau for radiation protection (BfS) in Salzgitter says people who use the phones are advised to put the base station in an area of the...

Lack Of Sleep Makes Kids Overweight

... of Laval's faculty of medicine and was based on a telephonic interview with the child’s parents. A close measurement of the children’s body mass index revealed that 24% of the girls and 20% of the boys were overweight. Alarmingly, children who slept for less than 10 hours during night had a 3.5 times higher ...

Rare Bone Disease Traced To Faulty FOP Gene

... of the skeleton,' said Dr. Frederick Kaplan, in a telephonic interview, commenting about the discovery. The results of this study, published in the online edition of the Nature journal, could lead to the development of drugs that would inhibit or bypass the genetic switch that triggers extra bone growth. Per...

Irregular Meals Could Be a Major Cause of Obesity

According to a telephonic survey conducted by Dr. David Schutt of Thomson Medstat, a Michigan-based health-care research firm it was found that more than three-quarters// of Americans who are obese think their eating habits are healthy. About 11,000 people were contacted by...

Avian flu-free Status to Boost India's Poultry Exports

...tch back to India for sourcing eggs," he said in a telephonic interview. Many countries prefer to import Indian eggs as they are of good quality besides costing around four times less than those from Europe. Till early this year India exported around six million eggs daily, including table and hatching varie...

How to Bell the Fat? –Most U.S Citizens Concerned, Reveals Surve

...lem facing society and their children today. The telephonic survey detailing the response from 800 adults, found that nearly 27% named 'obesity', as the most worrying health factor; inadequate health care or insurance followed next with 16% strongly advocating action, while 9% felt the most important health ...

Elderly Patients Usually Keep Mum About Use of Alternative Medicine , Reveals Survey

...e of a survey conducted by NCCAM, by examining the telephonic conversations of around 1600 patients, and their d...n to help with health care decision-making." The telephonic survey revealed reasons of the patients not discussing use of CAM with their doctors as the followin...

Ontario Supports OHIP’s Rejection of Claim by North York Ma

... the outcome," says his lawyer, Mark Freiman, in a telephonic interview yesterday. "It has a very far-ranging impact in terms of defining the obligations of government and the lack of obligations of government in the areas of health care." The case demonstrates very clearly some of the flaws in the public hea...

Allocation for Health, Education Not Enough: UN Official

...nd three percent to health," Pimple told IANS in a telephonic interview. This, he said, though marks an increase from the previous budgets, is still not enough from the UN's Millenium Development Goals' (MDGs) perspective. "India still ranks 126th among 177 countries across the world in the human developmen...

Referring Dental Patients to Telephone quitlines may Help Them Stop Smoking

... patients in the quitline group who completed more telephonic consultations. While 60 per cent of dentists believe their patients do not expect tobacco-use cessation services from them, point out the study authors, nearly 59 percent of patients believe that dentists should provide such services. Published...

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