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Fireworks can spell death for asthmatic children

...palling during these festive times going up nearly thrice in some belts. Breathlessness was the common feature in all cases. Some presented with status asthmaticus, severe respiratory distress and cardiac failure. In many cases resuscitation and asthma treatment was effective but some were severely hypoxi...

Lose Weight With New Wonder Slimming FDA approved Prescription Drug

...s of this study show patients taking Xenical 120mg thrice a day up to two years reported a greater decline in overweight distress and more satisfaction with the treatment. Xenical was previously only approved for use throughout Europe and parts of Asia. Its new FDA approved status and launch in other coun...

Depressed women show signs of earlier onset of Perimenopause

...pause and those women who took antidepressants had thrice the risk of an earlier perimenopause as compared to non-depressed women. The study gains significance as an earlier transition to perimenopause may result in a prolonged exposure to a hypoestrogenic (estrogen deficiency) state, which has been associ...

The elderly can sleep better now!

...ted for 3 weeks, the subjects' sleep was monitored thrice - before the therapy, in the middle of the therapy period and within one week after completion of therapy. Researchers concluded that auricular therapy using magnetic pearls is an effective means of improving the quantity and quality of sleep in the ...

Asthma may increase the risk for bacterial infection of the lungs

...of oral corticosteroids, being prescribes at least thrice for the use of -agonists in the year before the beginning of the study. The results of the study had concluded that asthma is an independent risk for invasive pneumococcal disease and the risk is almost double for asthma patients than that for peop...

Risk Of Heart Attack Increase From Pre-Hypertension

...d that a person suffering from pre-hypertension is thrice as likely to have a heart attack and 1.7 times more likely to develop cardiac diseases than a person with normal blood pressure. However, this condition did not increase the risk of the person to have a stroke. Researchers feel that the risk of incre...

Novel drug holds promise for treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis

...ainful disease affecting millions worldwide. It is thrice more common in women in men and affects people of any age. It strikes joints on both sides of the body, such as the hands or feet or knees but can also affect the skin, eyes, lungs, heart, blood, nerves or kidneys. It is an incurable disease, with mo...

Love And Drug Addiction Share The Same Chemistry

...cessing feelings of love. The heart starts beating thrice as fast as the normal rate (72 beats/minute). There is an increased blood flow to the cheeks (blushing) and sexual organs (sensation of butterflies in the stomach). The only difference between drug abuse in this regard is that the above-mentioned eff...

Peripheral Artery Disease Can Be Delayed By Walking

...e can be delayed to a great extent by taking walks thrice a week. The disease is responsible for impaired blood flow // and leg pain, according to a recent research. The walking ability of a person can also be improved through the exercise. As a part of the study, researchers tested the physical ability o...

AIDS Patients Deceived By Private Health Care System In China

... medical bill exceeding more than $1,400. This was thrice as great as her annual income. She was then asked by the medical director to go away and wait until she earned some money. This situation had prompted the necessity of a well-financed campaign against the disease, where over 840,000 people are beli...

Turmeric And Cabbage effective against prostate cancer

...d with PEITC and curcumin alone or in combination, thrice a week for a period of four weeks to test their effectiveness to prevent and treat prostate cancer. It proved to be very effective in killing the cancer cells in the mice and hence would help in the treatment of human prostate cancer....

Sex Health Clinics Unable To Meet Increasing Demand

...andle nearly 626 appointments every week, which is thrice as much as the existing capacity of 181 appointments. The health officials are hopeful that the clinics would be able to achieve the objective following the financial kick-start, due this April....

New 'PPUD Syndrome' Prevalent Among Indian Doctors In Britain

...or employment. The PLAB used to be held twice or thrice a year earlier. Now it is held twice or thrice a week. The success rate is also higher with the result that there are more doctors who have cleared...

Just Had Bowel Surgery? Chew Gum For A Speedy Recovery

...roup participants were asked to chew sugarless gum thrice a day after the surgery. The control group members, on the other hand did not chew any gum. It was found that the experimental group had a shorter hospital stay following surgery. They were discharged in about 4.3 days post-operatively while the c...

Early Miscarriage Common In Women Under Stress

Women under stress are thrice as likely to miscarry during the first three weeks...for the study and were subjected to urine analysis thrice in week for 1 year (even before they became pregnant). This allowed measurement of baseline level of...

Ayurvedic Massage & English Food May Cheer England Team

...f 80,000 and the humid weather, the few things the thrice defeated one-day English team can feel cheerful about here are a spruced up// ayurvedic spa and typical English food. The fourth one-day cricket match between England and India takes place at the Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium Thursday. The...

Adolescents Who Indulge In Unhealthy Dieting At Increased Risk For Obesity

...scents with unhealthy weight-control behaviors are thrice as likely to be overweight over the next five years. The use of diet pills, laxatives, and diuretics also means that adolescents are at an increased risk of falling a prey to out-of-control binge eating and self-induced vomiting. "This study shows ...

Conditions for a Happy, Satisfied Retirement

...ke of their retirement as a happy one, were almost thrice as likely to have enjoyed happy relationships, and were keen with play and hobbies, according to the report. Perhaps the difference that spoke volumes between the satisfied retirees and the dissatisfied ones, were the obvious answers from the former...

Dialing On Cell Phones Or Applying Make-Up Increase Crash Risk

...cell phones //or apply makeup while they drive are thrice as likely to crash as compared to those whop focus on driving. Researchers studied 241 drivers in 100 sensor-equipped vehicles, which were involved in 82 crashes and 761 near-crashes, according to CNN. The research found that reaching for a moving ...

Diabetes, The Silent Killer of New Zealand

...h toll related to diabetes in New Zealand could be thrice the official figure, surpassing that caused due to cancer, heart disease and stroke. With novel blood sugar monitoring being invented everyday, and the sustained efforts of the pharmaceutical industry offering endless hope in the treatment and cure...

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