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Two doctors suspended for wrong brain surgery

...se isolated cases, it is indeed worrying that such terrible mistakes continue to occur./p>...

Exercises reduce risks of cancers

...ely easy way for us all to reduce our risk of this terrible disease."We've analysed a wide range of studies looking at many different types of physical activity, and taken together they provide convincing evidence that exercise really does protect against bowel cancer." It is not clear yet why exercise shou...

A need for new stem cell lines

...ical applications will never occur and people with terrible diseases won't be healed. He also said that since much biomedical research is international, it's likely most useful lines and reagents will be developed outside the U.S..Therefore, a ban on importation would also curtail important research....

Oestrogen to help mental health

...l patients in the oestrogen group went from having terrible voices and hallucinations to that subsiding over a few days."That was very striking. With antipsychotic drugs you may get an initial sedative effect, but you are usually waiting for seven days or more for the full effect," she said....

Heart disease in women being under-treated

...of Alabama added that the research highlighted the terrible discrepancy between what doctors knew about heart disease and how women with the disease were being treated. In conclusion, the article which was published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, said that this study should prove to be a wake-up call to ...

Early detection of colorectal cancer may be hindered by coloured toilet disinfectants

... would be to reduce instances and deaths from this terrible disease....

Britney Spears Donates $50 000 To Support Cancer Patients

...lp children learn they can cope with what can be a terrible and devastating experience for them." The chairperson of the organization said: "We are very grateful to Britney Spears for her most generous gift. It will improve the lives of hundreds of children who are living with cancer." (IANS) Related Inf...

Virtual Reality For Treating Stress Disorders

...osed to any possible stimulants connected to their terrible experience. Researchers said that this therapy could work best for patients like soldiers who had gone through the ravages of the war, or the victims who had survived the catastrophe of September bombing of WTC, or perhaps the victims of last Decembe...

New Stem Cells lines will be required

...ical applications will never occur and people with terrible diseases won't be healed." He also said that since much biomedical research is international, "it's likely most useful lines and reagents will be developed outside the U.S." Therefore, a ban on importation would also curtail important research....

Genetic failure in cloned animals

...a beautiful baby, behind the face there might be a terrible problem,'" Scholer said. Robert Lanza, vice president of medical and scientific development at Advanced Cell Technology of Worcester, Mass., which conducts reproductive cloning in animals, also concurred. The new study is "further scientific grounds...

Painkillers Lead To Liver Failure

...en poisoning. But the doctors don’t agree with the terrible liver damage that the overdose will result in as they say that if treatment is provided within 24 hours of the diagnosis liver damage to dangerous levels can be avoided. The manufacturers of the drug have already put the risks and mentioned the che...

Cell Phones and pagers are mixed blessing

.... Most of the people feel that work life can cause terrible problem to home life due to job related calls at home. Some people mostly switch off their mobile phones during the weekends or don’t give their cell phone numbers to their office to avoid disturbance of private life and extra work pressure. Even som...

Farm Boy Airlifted by PSNI helicopter To Safety

...k are all with the boy's family, at what must be a terrible time. The Carrick police have showed other services all over Northern Ireland that we can use the helicopter in this sort of emergency. When there is no other option, in extreme circumstances, this equipment is available." ...

Drug Trial Turned Into a Terrible Nightmare

...udent Nav Modi, 24, said that the experience was a terrible nightmare. The other volunteers had an inflammatory response to the drug TGN1412. Mr Modi, of Forest Gate, East London, suffered from a sudden gripping pain. After sometime the pain got worse with the severe pressure in the head. Then the pain mo...

Drug Trial Lawyer Given the Cold Shoulder

...respond. Martin day said,"These guys have faced a terrible ordeal and the most significant thing for them is what their future is. So we were keen to get as much information as we could." Mr Day, of Leigh Day Solicitors, sent communication nine times to the companies involved. “Despite that, one of them ha...

Suicide Rate Falls To Lowest Ever In UK

...d and elsewhere. At a personal level, suicide is a terrible and needless tragedy, and each death is a loss to society," Health minister Rosie Winterton said. "The sustained decline in the suicide rate for young men is welcome. This shows that our suicide prevention strategy is having a real impact on the vuln...

Anonymity Helps In Overcoming Inhibitions During Online Counseling

...isible, it is easier for the client to speak about terrible experiences or problems. "Psychotherapy is treatment for mental or emotional illnesses," explains Fredi Lang of the Association of German Psychologists (BDP) here. Counselling, however, is about providing advice on how to deal with problems. On t...

Soldier of Revenge

...is school-leaving examination, cannot forget those terrible moments when he along with his father and two brothers were asked to leave their house and proceed to the headman's. There, after more villagers were herded at the point of gun, the terrorists opened random fire. A lucky few survived. Rajinder was ...

Mouse Model Beneficial to Study of Head and Neck Cancer

... cancer. These two cases made me realize that this terrible disease could happen to people all around us, even our loved ones, and inspired me to my best effort in leading this study,’ Wang said. ‘It was a true team effort of the head and neck cancer research division, especially with Dr. Shilong Lu, the fi...

'Verbal Abuse' – Common Among Doctor

... doctors participated in the survey revealed their terrible experience of verbal abuse by a patient's friend or his relative - Research shows. One fifth reported to be avoided by their colleague and a few faces verbal abuse from their colleagues. While only 1/10th found to be verbally abused or excluded b...

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