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Poor health care in Russia maybe causing Decline in its Population

...rtment of Russia's Academy of Medical Science. She thinks that the decline is due to the spread of heavy drinking and drug use, complications caused by sexually transmitted diseases, and the nation's overall worsening health. "People must understand that health is an important factor of social well-being,...

Emphasis to ban Drugs ads by Doctors

...rmine doctor's credibility especially if physician thinks an advertised drug isn't the best choice for a patient who demands it. He also added that ads have tuned into a competition "to see who can sell more of their anthistamines of nasal sprays. The patient is at best incompletely informed and at worst de...

Acupuncture provides relief

...ned because the patient undergoing treatment still thinks of themselves as receiving a valid form of acupuncture treatment. But the small difference between the acupuncture group and the control group suggests the laser substitute might still be stimulating the nerves and so not controlling properly for th...

Alcohol within the body

...rnal distillery within the body itself. Dr Diehl thinks undigested food might stay in the intestines of obese people for longer. This could allow normally harmless gut bacteria to ferment the food and produce alcohol, which would then cause fat to form in the liver. Dr Diehl's team tested the theory on ...

Lancing tumours into the body

...catheters for medical operations any time soon, he thinks that nanobots even smaller than this could have a distinct advantage....

Importance of Fatty food In Hypercholestrolemia

...e the blood travelling through them. Though Nestel thinks the effect lasted only a few hours, he believes that regularly eating high-fat meals could lead to permanent changes and raise the risk of high blood pressure and heart attack....

Look out for sepsis

...critical care expert at the University of Belgium, thinks everyone should be more aware of the possibility of sepsis. Symptoms include fever and shaking chills, reduced mental alertness might be with confusion nausea and vomiting. Be concerned if an infection does not clear up within a few days, or seems to...

Stretching the muscles doesn't make them more resilient

...but the evidence is very sparse,” says Herbert. He thinks that repeated brisk, good exercise alone builds up resistance to muscle damage: “The only best way to prevent soreness is to get soeness.”...

Animals Can give us a second chance at life

...essentially to have tissues that our immune system thinks is human tissue,” says Marlon Levy, a transplant surgeon at Baylor All Saints Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas. Five years ago, Dr. Levy used pig livers to do the job two patients’ livers could not. “The ending of this story is that both of thes...

Animals can give us a second chance at life

...essentially to have tissues that our immune system thinks is human tissue,” says Marlon Levy, a transplant surgeon at Baylor All Saints Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas. Five years ago, Dr. Levy used pig livers to do the job two patients’ livers could not. “The ending of this story is that both of these...

Valerian was first epilepsy drug

...ern-day medicine? But Eadie said one drug company thinks isovaleramide, a form converted to isovaleric acid in the body, looked promising. U.S. company NPS Pharmaceuticals has completed preliminary trials on isovaleramide.If isovaleramide works with few side-effects, it may well replace other medications,...

Treatment of postpartum depression needs to be personalized

...very in such cases. The researcher from the study thinks that care given after delivery to the mother must be made flexible to her needs in order to prevent post partum depression often works out as the most effective strategy. The medical professionals should be able to provide structured help within firs...

Eating disorder occurs due to increased weight consciousness

...s forearm and hand may be thin, he psychologically thinks that he is fat and his body is covered with excess fat. The patient wrongly thinks that he is too fat and starts dieting to lose weight. An anorexia patient has a body mass index of l...

Growing tissues

...ning the nature of stem cells. Verfaillie's team thinks MAPCs are rare cells present in the bone marrow that can be fished out through a series of enriching steps. But others think the selection process actually creates the MAPCs. Stem cell researchers say it is too early to tell whether the ultimate stem...

A man who lost both of his arms in an accident

...d to control an artificial limb.Now, when Sullivan thinks about closing his hand, the nerve that used to make the hand close spurs a little piece of his chest muscle to contract, said Dr. Todd Kuiken, one of Sullivan's doctors at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Sensors over that muscle then tell th...

British medical education suffers shortage of bodies

... in dire difficulties. "I would like anybody who thinks that they would like to donate their body to medical research to contact their local medical school for information, or they can come to our website." The British Medical Association said the declining number of bodies being donated was a problem, ...

A Step Towards Unraveling The Schizophrenia And Depression Mystery

...y known to play an important role in how the brain thinks and builds memories, but had not previously been linked to mental disorder. In addition, researchers have discovered that DISC1 acts as a regulator for PDE4B, creating a 'pathway' between the two genes. "It is now clear that the DISC1 gene plays an...

British Grandmother has timely bypass surgery in India

...stitches were cut." Mavis, a retired wages clerk, thinks that it is wrong for people to have to go so far as India for treatment. "From my experience I think the NHS is good in emergencies," she said. "But if you have to go on a waiting list, you can wait forever and a day." ...

Cancer Treatments Fall Short Of Targets

...away the concerns and anxieties felt by anyone who thinks they might have it. We must reduce waiting times.' He added that by the end of the year the targets would be met and that the benefits of all the investments that have been made into the health system would be reflected in the performance reports....

Men Easy To Satisfy Than the Opposite Sex In Terms Of Physical Appearance

...y just looking in to the mirror and if he feels or thinks he looks great he is convinced//. Women on the other hand are very different what they feel is immaterial. It is difficult to satisfy them unless they are supplemented with actual results. A 12 week study program about training the strength was c...

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