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New Bacterium Discovered - Related to Cause of Trench Fever

...es and fever after a cat scratches its owner or an unlucky visitor. They were again surprised to find that this microbe is the second Bartonella species to cause infection in AIDS patients. Like trench fever, cat scratch disease had been described in the early 1900s, but no one knew what bacterium caused ...

Bird Flu Scare in Tripura

Bangladesh has proved an unlucky neighbor for Tripura, as the northeastern state of India which borders it, is under bird flu// alert. Bird flu in Bangladesh has proved a fear factor as not only is it in close proximity to Tripura, the state also imports chicks and eggs from Bang...

Expect More Outbreaks in Europe, Bird Flu Expert Warns

...elieve that under these circumstances, we would be unlucky if other farms in the vicinity get affected." There are fears of human cases though. The latest case confirmed by laboratory tests is that of a 22-year-old deceased female from Lagos, Nigeria. "The initial positive test findings from a laboratory ...

New Generation - Medicinal Products

...ed; in other words, broken down by water, which is unlucky for them, as our bodies are full of this substance. Thus the excipient gradually breaks down, over a week, a month or three months, depending on its type, releasing the active substance it contains. Hence the major advantage of the technique: biod...

No More Dietary Restriction for Heartburn Patients - Study Says

...ort a need for dietary deprivation, except for the unlucky few whose heartburn is clearly triggered by a particular food. Gerson's advice runs counter to the long-standing recommendations of virtually every professional organization of gastroenterologists, including the American College of Gastroenterology...

Health Insurance Numbers Declining In American Families

...ly health problems. For an uninsured person who is unlucky enough to get sick, it is easy to see how quickly they can fall into a downward spiral of debt, forgone care, and poorer health." Researchers also found that being uninsured exacerbates existing problems with efficiency in health care. The uninsured ...

Chicago :FDA imposes Ban on Biomedical Tissue Services

Chicago : Friday turned out to be unlucky for Biomedical Tissue Services Ltd a company that is concerned with human tissues collection from cadavers. // The Food and Drug Administration administered a ban after finding apparent flaws in the donor policies that might pose a threat to transp...

HIV/AIDS Throws Family Relationships Out Of Gear In Uganda

...ches of AIDS, Older Ugandan residents are quite an unlucky lot, unable to live their dreams of being cared by their children and are left to combat the challenges of old age all by themselves. ...

Glivec - New Hope For CMC Patients

For those unlucky to be afflicted by the deadly chronic myeloid leukemia (CMC) and their near and dear ones, there's some good news. One of the deadliest forms of leukemia - commonly called 'blood cancer' - kills thousands across the globe. Chronic myeloid leukem...

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