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NEW ROBOTIC SURGERY ARM APPROVED BY FDA

...the new system, Intuitive Surgical is developing a training program for surgeons in collaboration with FDA....

Drug saves heroin addicts

.... After giving 124 drug users in Berlin, Germany, training in emergency resuscitation with the aid of the inj...ills to use. These 22 study participants put their training to the test on 34 occasions.Scientists reported in 10% of cases naloxone had saved lives. Only in on...

Pharmaceutical giant offers AIDS related antifungal drug free to 50 countries

...g manufacturing, shipping, transportation, medical training and patient education....

Pharmaceutical giant offers AIDS related antifungal drug free to 50 countries

...g manufacturing, shipping, transportation, medical training and patient education....

Meditation relieves stress

...le who describe themselves as 'stressed out'. This training programme involved two and a half hour classes onc...estigator in the study, the purpose of mindfulness training is for participants to gain greater insight into their perceptions, reactions and behaviours in life...

Cigerettes unsafe during pregnancy

...at healthcare providers need much more support and training in helping women quit.They found that smoking doubles the risk of having a low birth weight baby, a miscarriage or a pre-term birth, and triples the rate of SIDS - and if women are not able to give up entirely, they need to cut their smoking by half ...

Women recognise faces better

...he results. The guess is that’s a combination of a training and genetic predisposition. It is speculated that one reason women are better at studying and remembering faces is that they are more likely to take on the role of primary care in the family, and may have lenthier eye contact with children. ...

More Elderly Take Inappropriate and Harmful Medications

...s caring for elderly patients may not have special training in geriatric care, and patients may demand certain medications that have worked for them in the past. Educating doctors and patients and conducting further research into the effectiveness of medications in elderly patients can help solve the proble...

Creatine Helps Strengthen Older Men

...and muscle tone. All the men began the same weight training program. Half were given creatine and half were given placebos. Creatine is produced by the body and contributes to muscle growth, but our natural levels decline as we get older. At the end of the 12-week study, the elderly men who exercised and to...

Artists prone to cubital tunnel syndrome

...thletes. They each undertake a vigorous regimen of training and conditioning, often eight to ten hours of practice daily.// “Musicians and other performing artists are exposed to tremendous amounts of stress in the upper extremities during practices and recitals,” said Barry P. Simmons, professor of orthopae...

Step Aerobics Increases good cholesterol

...ng to Kins the results indicate that step aerobics training is an effective training mode for modifying (cholesterol) profiles in female college-aged students. They offer no explanation...

Get, set, go...

...y 50%."The young volunteers took part in a circuit training programme lasting 15 minutes just three times a we...and warm ups.After a year, the girls doing circuit training had amassed an extra 2% of bone mineral compared with the stretchers. The National osteoporosis c...

Do gardening and be fit

... dancing and weight training. Gardening and weight training were the only exercises found to significantly improve bone density in the age group studied. Jogging has also been found to be effective in other studies, but is much less popular than gardening, said Dr Fenn. Nearly half the women in the study said...

Headache splitter

...se tricyclic antidepressants and stress-management training can significantly reduce// the severity and frequency of chronic tension headches, which strike millions of people. The regimen is for people with mild to moderate head pain that occurs more than 15 days a month for at least six months. Although ant...

Hope for tinnitus sufferers

...d in a 70% reported drop in patients’ pain. After training for two hours a day over four weeks the tinnitus s...rmanent difference but suggest that the longer the training programme the more patients will benefit...

Training with weights helps building resistance

...ing to researchers, many people have believed that training with free weights - dumb bells and bar bells is be...eedless to say, whatever your age, your resistance training should only be done under the guidance of a well-qualified instructor....

Spirituality relieves stress

...le who describe themselves as 'stressed out'. This training programme involved two and a half hour classes onc...estigator in the study, the purpose of mindfulness training is for participants to gain greater insight into their perceptions, reactions and behaviours in life...

Incontinence after pregnancy

...half were in an intervention group, which involved training in pelvic floor exercises (Kegel exercises) and learning strategies to improve adherence. Researchers found the prevalence of incontinence in the standard care group was more than 40 percent, three months after delivery. After further follow-up, 20 ...

Exercise for patients with cancer

...nsity in pre-menopausal women. However, resistance training worked better for post-menopausal women. Past studies on exercise in breast cancer patients support this research and have shown exercise can improve fatigue, anemia, pain and length of hospital stays. Improvements in osteoporosis, depression, sleep,...

Drink more fluids during exercise

...n it comes to re-hydration, says Robert Stelma - a training expert at the Geisinger-Wyoming Motion Institute, which is involved in health care in Pennsylvania. Water remains the best drink for sports and exercise. But during intense or prolonged exercise, you might need to replenish your energy supplies. If s...

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