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Merciless Lathi Charge of our Meritorious Medicos

... itself from the time of Gandhiji’s Satyagrahis to todays - Medha Patekar’s Narmada Andolan volunteers. In India the administration has always failed to learn how to deal with peaceful protests. The politicians of our country have repeatedly played politics with caste, creed and religion. They will contin...

Link Between Eye Infections and Contact Lens Use Exposed

...ighlighted that there is no proof to advocate that todays voluntary recall is related to a product contamination issue. The researchers also found a statistically fragile association between three other contact lens use factors and infection: reusing solution, rubbing the lenses when cleaning them, and sh...

Diabetes Reduces Life Expectancy, Increases Heart Disease Risk

...revention of diabetes is a fundamental task facing todays society, with the aim to achieve populations living longer and healthier lives, the authors conclude....

Alzheimers Incidence is Set to Quadruple by 2050

...ia. At the moment the continent has almost half of todays Alzheimers patients, at 12.6 million. By 2050, the region will have 62.8 million of the world's 106 million Alzheimer's, researchers at Johns Hopkins University say. When the worlds Alzheiemer population explodes, from 26 million now, one in 8...

Pramlintide-A Boon to Restrain Fast Food Consumption

...d resist the drive to overeat even while living in todays environment where access to high-caloric food is abundant every day. While this research is promising, it appears pramlintide will produce only modest weight loss, probably around 8%, before reaching a plateau. Amylin Pharmaceuticals clinical resea...

Gene Responsible for Blindness in Infants and Children Identified

...d small children. The study has been published in todays issue of Nature Genetics and is partly funded by the Foundation Fighting Blindness in Canada (FFB-C). This discovery has the potential to fast-track a cure for this disease, says lead investigator Dr. Robert Koenekoop, director of the McGill Ocular...

Labor's Indigenous Health Plan A Good Start

...rwal said the AMA would like to see Labor build on todays announcement with other programs and more funding before the election later this year. The AMA has repeatedly said that at least $1.8 billion over four years is needed to bring Indigenous health service provision up to par with that enjoyed by non-...

Contact Lens Wearers Warned Against Using AMO Solution

... However, "There is no evidence to suggest that todays voluntary recall is related to a product contamination issue and this does not impact any of AMOs other contact lens care products, including our family of hydrogen peroxide disinfecting solutions," the statement said. AMO said in its statement th...

Our Medieval Ancestors Were More or Less Similar to Us Than Previously Thought

...ot dwarfs but only short by two inches compared to todays average height, and same was the case with women m...as 5 feet 7 inches or 170 cms, just 2 inches below todays average. Women averaged 5 feet 2 inches or 158cm - just over an inch shorter than today. The re...

Teenage Self Confidence Can Translate Later into Material Wealth

... background on income are particularly timely with todays growing income disparity between the haves and have nots. As our economy becomes more high tech and places a higher premium on knowledge work, it gives tremendous opportunity to people who have advantages based on their upbringing, he said. But p...

Functional Foods Must Be Monitored to Assess Their Long-term Safety and Effectiveness

...fectiveness , say a group of scientists writing in todays British Medical Journal. Functional foods are modified foods which claim to improve health, quality of life and/or well-being, for example, yoghurts or margarines which improve the health of your gut or heart. These foods are rapidly increasing...

Investigating Coral Reefs to Help Understand Past and Future Climate Change

... generally seen as a potential recent analogue for todays environmental changes. This period was characterised by abrupt climatic change and rapid sea-level rise due to polar ice sheets melting, similar conditions to what we see the Earth facing now and which are predicted for the future. Reconstructing pas...

Presidential Commission Wants Proper Care of Wounded Soldiers at Their Homes

...h and last hearing Friday, the Commission admitted todays veterans are more likely than those of previous co...actors who can help in out-patient care. Because todays wounds are different and the families of the veterans are different many are older, with homes and ...

Patient Confidentiality Must Be Ensured-UNAIDS

...gency said. AIDS or HIV is the leading killer in todays world with more and more cases being reported from all over the world.In the US the government has declared June 27 as the national HIV testing day. In conjunction with the national goal of promoting public awareness and prevention of HIV, the Dep...

Frustration and Anger of the Medical Profession Highlighted in Archdeacon's Speech

...f Totnes, the Ven. John Rawlings in his sermon at todays BMAs traditional church service on the eve of its Annual Conference. In his sermon in Torquay, today (Sunday 24 June 2007), Archdeacon Rawlings says: We live in exciting times. But, sadly, the excitement is tempered with much that militates against ...

Plants Respond to Changing Environment

...to associate with major stages in the evolution of todays flowering plants. It also involves two types of evolutionary change. As well as structural changes that allow the proteins to interact, flowering plants have also changed the range of genes that are turned on and off in response to these proteins. ...

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