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Glaxo launches pills to help smokers quit in 7-12 weeks

...laxo expects to target 50,000 patients which would translate to Rs.2.5 crore in sales, said Mr. Kalyanasundaram. Zyban is a prescription-based products and a dosage of 150 mg tablet twice a day is usually prescribed, said Dr. S.M. Chandrashekhar, Medical Advisor, Glaxo India Ltd. According to Dr. Chandrashek...

Early puberty linked to nutrition

... weight through a diet from childhood doesn’t only translate into an immediate health but protects during all of the reproductive life. ...

Gene therapy restores sight

... the genes responsible for the retina's ability to translate light into nerve impulses.// In humans, LCA causes severe rapid onset of blindness, a process which begins before birth so infants are born partially blind. Bennett's team injected the eyeballs of dogs born with LCA with cells modified to contain th...

Cure for blindness

...o, say the researchers, in working out how best to translate this research into humans. They hope they will be doing at least limited clinical trials in humans within the next three to four years....

Hidden influenza virus protein found

...created when ribosomes, the cellular machines that translate genes into proteins, begin reading the influenza gene called PB-1 in what was previously believed to be the wrong location....

Gene therapy restores sight

... the genes responsible for the retina's ability to translate light into nerve impulses. In humans, LCA causes severe rapid onset of blindness, a process which begins before birth so infants are born partially blind. Bennett's team injected the eyeballs of dogs born with LCA with cells modified to contain the ...

Viagra for heart and lung patients

...n healthy young men,// the results of which do not translate directly to people with chronic heart and lung disease. They report that the drug may be useful in treating people with pulmonary hypertension (caused by conditions such as heart valve disease, emphysema or bronchitis). Viagra was reported to preve...

Regular exercise linked to extended menstrual cycles

...monal effects seen in exercisers in this study may translate into any "meaningful" health effects....

Report on the Safety and Effectiveness of Melatonin supplements

...n's quality of life and job performance, which can translate into decreased productivity, motor vehicle and industrial accidents, and even medical errors." Estimates show that at least 40 million Americans each year suffer from chronic sleep disorders, and an additional 20 million experience occasional sleep p...

Olive Oil Found To Offer A Protective Effect Against Breast Cancer

... of the study, as laboratory results do not always translate into clinical practice. However, they say the findings do suggest a higher level of oleic acid in breast tissue could provide an effective means of influencing the outcome of breast cancer patients who have high levels of Her-2/neu....

More Errors From Computerized Prescriptions

...ug interaction warnings. Plus, no more paper could translate to big savings for many health institutions. It was found that computerized order systems resulted in reducing medication errors by as much as 81 percent. However, handwriting aside, the new systems are leading to other kinds of medical errors. Abou...

Advent of New, More Effective and Personalized Medicines

... associated devices. FDA will also address ways to translate pharmacogenomics into medical product development and clinical practice. ...

The Benefits of abciximab with clopidogrel for percutaneous coronary intervention Questioned

...n vitro inhibition of platelet aggregation did not translate into a difference in the clinical outcomes between patients treated with one versus both agents say researchers . For more information read: http://www.medindia.net/interactives/ angioplasty.asp http://www.medindia.net/patients/ patientinfo...

Tackling Prostate Cancer With A New Dietary Supplement

... if future studies confirm that these observations translate into a slowing of disease progression, a dietary intervention may indeed become an attractive option for prostate cancer treatment and prevention More information on prostate cancer from Medindia Introduction As the name suggests, prostate can...

Journal Recommends How To Improve The Performance Of Health Workers

...d international organizations should actively help translate research findings into action to improve health-worker performance, and thereby improve health. Their recommendations come as a result of having reviewed existing research into health workers in low and middle-income countries. The findings of the ...

Mushroom found to contain powerful antibiotic

...kely, however, that the efficacy seen in mice will translate to human beings as well. The discovery of the compound could not have taken place using conventional techniques, in which the fungi would be grown in liquid cultures and then tested to see if they had any antimicrobial activity. Source: Indo-Asi...

More Married Women In India Are Getting Infected By HIV

...latively minor increases in HIV transmission could translate into huge numbers of people becoming infected in those states, which are home to one quarter of India's entire population'. The total number of AIDS cases in India is estimated to be about 1,11,608 as on July 2005. India has the second highest incid...

Asthma an be treated with Vitamin supplement intervention

...of how productive basic science collaborations can translate into studies in patients. Our research began more than five years ago with Dr Anne O'Garra from the MRC National Institute for Medical Research at Mill Hill.' She added: 'At the moment we only have a preliminary experimental observation, that inges...

Caffeine pill to keep soldiers alert in the field

...ine in the local population...and if these effects translate into enhanced vigilance in the military context," The Straits Times quoted Fabian Lim, head of the Military Physiology Lab, as saying. "DSO is also working on a pill that will maintain a sustained release of caffeine, so that caffeine is made avai...

Life Beyond Cancer - Delhi Woman Tells How

...ng reviews. A leading publisher is now planning to translate her book into English. Anuradha has a single mission now: to create awareness about cancer, especially breast cancer. "It was a very painful experience," she says of her years of her ordeal with cancer. "During my treatment in the first phase, my w...

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