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Longer Term Breast-feeding Reduces the Risk of Rheumatoid Arthritis in Women

...n Barcelona, Spain, breast-feeding for a period of thirteen months or more is associated with a lesser rheumatoid arthritis (RA) risk in mothers. The study demonstrated that the longer the breast feeding period, the lower the mothers risk of developing RA in later life. Simultaneously, the study also found ...

New Portable Communication System Developed for Autistic Children

...as been created by a team of researchers including thirteen professors of the Computer Engineering School (ETSI Informatica) and a team of psychologists, psycho-pedagogues and speech therapists including Canas Delgado at University of Granada. The software for enhancing communication by computer devices (PC...

Kidney Trade: Curbing the Sale

...evealed that show cause notices were issued to thirteen other hospitals. The chief Minister of Tamil Nadu has warned that severe action will be taken against all erring hospitals and health personnels. Fifty-four hospitals were provided with licenses for organ transplant out of which forty-nine were pri...

Revised Cholesterol Guidelines Causes Concern Among Medical Community

...of Health's cholesterol guidelines from the 1990s, thirteen million Americans might have warranted treatment with statins. In 2001, a new panel of experts rewrote those guidelines, and effectively raised that number to 36 million." In 2004, another new panel of experts updated those guidelines again, bring...

Campaign To Combat Medical Errors

One in every thirteen Canadian patients faces a preventable nosocomial infection or incident. ‘Safer Healthcare Now’ (SHN) in Canada has been focusing// on six areas which can be worked well to bring beneficial effects to patients in the hospitals. The campaign team has c...

Alarming Trend In Eating Disorders In Children

...were a total of 206 cases reported for a period of thirteen months. Of these, 37% of cases were found to be anorexic and boys contribute to 18% of all the cases. The youngest in the group was six years but showed only mild traces of anorexia. But there was a confirmed case of anorexia observed in an eight ye...

Six More Quality Health Care Canters Proposed by Indian Government

...the pressure on the New Delhi institute. Besides thirteen existing medical institutions have been identified for upgradation to the level of the AIIMS, the minister added. In reply to another query, he said the report of the M.S.Valiathan committee that studied the functioning of the New Delhi AIIMS was ...

Afghanistan Reports Fresh Bird Flu Cases

Afghanistan has reported thirteen fresh cases of bird flu, taking the total toll to 17, health officials// confirmed. According to Assadullah Azhari, a spokesman for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in Kabul, nearly nine birds were found to suffer the leth...

HIV-positive Individuals Have a Massively Increased Risk of Osteonecrosis

... study, the three diagnosed during the second MRI, thirteen from other NIH clinics, and nine from other referr...nvolved as well. Two (11%) of the asymptomatic and thirteen (59%) of the symptomatic patients underwent total hip replacement surgery. Risk factors The ...

Juvenile Diabetes may Be Caused by Mad Cow Protein

... maze. Juvenile Diabetes may occur at the age of thirteen though it might occur in adults as well. The disease is caused due to environmental factors, which are inclusive of the diet on the already prone pancreas. Scott said, 'certainly in high-risk families there is an increased risk of developing the di...

Usage Of A Condom By A Teenager Varies With Their Perception Of Partners

...er issue of the Journal of Adolescent Health. Over thirteen hundred sexually active adolescents (between fifteen and twenty-one years of age), from Miami, Atlanta and Providence, were recruited for this study. Researchers divided them into two groups: the sixty-five percent who reported sexual activity with m...

Are Cereals A Health Hazard?

...cent of the children’s cereals were high in sugar, thirteen per cent in salt and ten per cent in saturated fat. Quaker Oatso Simple Kids, Kellogg's Coco Pops Straws and Mornflake Pecan and Maple Crisp, were the worst offenders, all of which get red lights for sugar and saturates. Some cereal manufacturers a...

Elders in Scotland Inappropriately Charged For Free Food

...sonal care should be delivered free of cost. The thirteen councils that have been blamed for doing so are currently involved in discussion with the Scottish Executive, in an attempt to resolve the issue. A similar confusion that had taken place the previous year, in the Western Isles Council was settled by ...

AIDS Stats From Hilly State Of Uttaranchal

...about the disease. Mr.Behad revealed that out of thirteen districts in the state at least ten are vulnerable to AIDS. He added that out of 48 AIDS patients 28 belonged to Uttaranchal, 17 to Uttar Pradesh, 2 to Himachal Pradesh, and one to Punjab....

Study Links Folic Acid With Increased Birth Weight

... British Journal of Nutrition. About one in every thirteen babies have a chance of being of low birth weight and develop detrimental health conditions because of their birth weights. Hence it is essential for the health of the babies that they are born with correct birth weight in order to be healthy. Physi...

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