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New Modality in Migraine Management

... out with a new way of administration of drug that treats migraine.Giving migraine patients the drug valproate sodium "rapidly and forcefully" eases severe headaches without side effects. Dr. John Claude Krusz of Anodyne PainCare in Dallas, in his study, which included 85 patients who had experienced no re...

New therapy improves quality of life for cancer

The drug epoetin alfa treats anaemia in cancer patients and thereby recuperates their energy levels. Anaemia is a very common side effect of cancer chemotherapy. It results from a decrease in levels of haemoglobin,// the protein that carries oxygen round the body. The problem wi...

A surge in Lifestyle Medicine

...style medicine takes a more holistic approach and treats the symptoms and the underlying behavioral problems. The goal is to prevent chronic diseases that often result from bad habits, like unhealthy eating and lack of exercise. A treatment typically includes medication and a long-term program of exercise...

Preventive Therapies Found to be More Effective in Managing Migraines

...ne by taking too much acute medication, which only treats symptoms after a migraine starts. The International Headache Society defines overuse of medications as taking pain relievers for more than 15 days a month. Experts say more than 50 percent of patients who suffer from migraines are candidates for pr...

New treatment Found To Help Skin Cancer

...e second treatment. However researchers say this treats only around 85 percent of the pre-cancerous growths and is not a cure. Sun exposure will mean more lesions and more needed treatment. Gramkow had her left leg done a few months ago. She says, “My left leg is very much better, but there are a couple...

A Solution To Quit Smoking Without Gaining Weight

...ers say since the two studies show that rimonabant treats obesity and related metabolic disorders in overweight/obese patients, and also helps people to quit smoking without significant post-cessation weight gain, they feel that they may now have a very promising approach for managing two major and preventa...

Viagra Also Found To Be Effective For Treatment of Lung Diseases

...utine tasks an ordeal. Viagra the blue pill that treats erectile dysfunction, a common but less than fatal male malady, may have a new role in treating pulmonary hypertension, a rare but deadly disease that afflicts mainly women. Results of a clinical trial in India, showed that Viagra increased the abi...

New treatment Found To Help Skin Cancer

...e second treatment. However researchers say this treats only around 85 percent of the pre-cancerous growths and is not a cure. Sun exposure will mean more lesions and more needed treatment. Gramkow had her left leg done a few months ago. She says, “My left leg is very much better, but there are a couple...

Cancer Causing Herpes Virus At Last May Have A Cure

...t all sorts of viral infections, which prevents or treats any active infection. While treatment can cure the spread of any active virus, treating viral infections that lie latent inside the cells is very difficult. These viruses may lie latent in the infected cells for considerable length of time and may be...

Regular Use Of Cocaine Can Impair Brain Functions

... to learn the new rules most quickly and get their treats - the cocaine appeared to dull the drugged rats' adaptation abilities. The cocaine was producing a deficit in their learning response strategy, said a researcher. Researchers say this study may explain why cocaine addicts are oriented towards ple...

Prohibited diet medicine found in Chinese herbs

...dded supplement manufacturers that claim a product treats a particular condition could be violating the law....

Sharp Increase Of The Deadly Diseases In Delhi

...cal advice has to be overcome." While he usually treats 8-10 viral patients a day, Bagai says the number has now soared to 30-35 a day. The number of admissions of viral cases too has doubled, from around 25 a month to about 45-50. Says Dr Vikas Malhotra, head of ENT at Swami Dayanand Hospital: "We usua...

New Treatment For Anxiety Disorders

...pressed. This orthomolecular approach to anxiety treats the patient as a whole, rather than giving each anxiety patient the same drug or combination of drugs. According to the researcher, due to the relative absence of negative side effects, and the wide availability of nutritional treatments, the ortho...

Zometa [Novartis Drug] For Treatment Of Paget’s Diseas

...ound that the drug Zometa manufactured by Novartis treats Paget’s disease// far better than the drug Actonel produced by Procter and Gamble. Paget's disease is a condition in which the bones breaks or becomes weak faster than the normal and the new bone replacement does not replace it properly. Paget’s di...

Lady Doctor from Nepal to Help Katrina victims

Dr Luanne Freer normally treats mountaineers caught in avalanches and slipped in crevasses. She heads the Everest Base Camp Medical Clinic in Nepal, has now offered to cope with a new emergency// - the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in the US. Freer left for Louisiana on Thursday,...

Late Pregnancy Women Face The Risk Of Heartbreak, Fertility Problems

...arn doctors. Specialists led by Susan Bewley, who treats women with high-risk pregnancies at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital here, // warned that age-related fertility problems increase after 35 and dramatically after 40. Over the last 20 years, pregnancies in women over 35 have risen markedly and the avera...

Doctors Resign from Hospital for Bhopal Gas Victims

...art from the survivors of the gas victims, it also treats private patients. The Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) has been imposed on the junior doctors, under which action can be initiated against them. "The question is not only about a hike in salaries. The private patients are treated nicely w...

Botswana Continues Its Fight Against AIDS

...the Government. The Princess Marina Hospital alone treats over 12,500 people. In spite of this there are instances wherein patients stop taking the drugs as soon as they start feeling better. Some of the other countries where the HIV prevalence rates are very high are Lesotho, South Africa, India, and Swazi...

‘Never Say Die’ Spirit of Visually Challenged - Makes Him a Role Modl

...ena while carrying water for his saplings which he treats as his children. Today, Jena in addition to the cashew trees also has a number of fruit bearing plants in his farm. Kuni Jena, wife of Srinivas, volunteered to marry him when she saw his perseverance. Today she assists Srinivas in the wok and is al...

Slash In Medi-Cal Coverage Makes Medical Care For The Poor Questionable

...diatrician Brian Blaisch is the only exception, he treats exclusively Medi-Cal patients in east Oakland. He states that by the new law that has come into effect his life has become very difficult and he struggles to make ends meet. He is paid $26 for each patient, $5.05 for each eye examination (child) and ...

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