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Sun Protection Ignored Despite Warnings

...e growing need for consumer awareness has not gone unnoticed by the European Commission, which has started an information initiative this week that requires sunscreen manufacturers to amend all sunscreen labels by next summer. Professor Peter Rigby, Chief Executive of The Institute of Cancer Research comment...

Men too Experience Hot Flashes Similar to Women

...anisch. Hanisch also says that hot flashes going unnoticed may be a sign that people can adapt to them. Therefore, patients could possibly benefit from cognitive behavioral therapy in addition to pharmacological treatments. Source-Eurekalert RM/V...

Alberta Pharmacists Entitled to Prescribe Medicines

...ling may be risky, as critical conditions could go unnoticed till it is too late. After all, pharmacists cannot step into Doctors’ shoes so effortlessly, by virtue of the knowledge and experience doctors possess in their respective fields of medicine. Only time will tell if the decision to empower pharmacists ...

Mobile Phone Addiction may Cause Psychological Problems

...'t show any physical symptoms, their disorder goes unnoticed to others," she said. About 40 percent of young adults admit using their mobiles for more than four hours a day. Most of them say they spend "several hours a day" on their phones. Many of these people are "deeply upset" if their missed calls or mes...

Hospital for ‘special’ People Under Investigations for Sexual Abue

...n and public furor over how such a case could go unnoticed for around 22 years. It is understood that the probe includes at least 40 former patients, including both adults and children. The Police Service of Northern Ireland has given that its child abuse and rape unit is conducting an investigation int...

Common BP Drug Treats Muscular Dystrophy

...icroscopic tears in leg muscles, which normally go unnoticed because muscles are so efficient at repairing themselves." Dietz's team then wondered whether the muscle improvement from blocking TGF-beta was specific to Marfan syndrome or possibly represented a strategy that could be applied to other muscle di...

Researchers Explore the Effect of Engineered Immune Cells on HIV

... uncanny ability to hide, HIV often goes virtually unnoticed by neutralizing antibodies that are roaming the body in search of disease. Faced with such a clever adversary, Wang wants to synthetically alter the HIV viral invaders and use their hollow shells as delivery vehicles to insert DNA that will counter...

An Infectious Agent of Deception, Exposed Through Proteomics

... thousands worldwide, infect by stealth. They slip unnoticed into and multiply inside macrophages, the very immune system// cells the body relies on to seek and destroy invading microbes. Just how Salmonella escapes detection by macrophages, turning predator cells to prey complicit in promoting infection, ha...

Pre Implantation Genetic Haplotyping to Identify 6,000 Inherited Diseases

...erited diseases. The most common disease that goes unnoticed or is very difficult to detect in the early stage are DMD and Cystic Fibrosis. Statistics show that about 100 boys are born with DMD in Britain daily whose average life expectancy is 17 years. The research is to be presented at the annual meeting in ...

Education Structure In Indian Schools To Be Revamped Soon

...y and encourage talented youngsters who largely go unnoticed in the country. He said there is urgent need to expand the educational set up of the country as only seven to eight percent of youngsters go to college. "Expansion is the key to the country's overall development." Pitroda said the country needs m...

Doctors to Reveal Gap Fees Charges to Patients

...edical cost). This often out of pocket expenses go unnoticed by patients. The change commonly referred to as the Informed Financial Consent, will help patients to shop around among doctors. The main target of the new plan is putting downward pressure on charges. An educational campaign for doctors would soon...

More Lizards, Including Pets, Found Venomous

...ain. They assume that lizard venom may have gone unnoticed for so long because it is not fatal, and yet, it may help lizards catch prey. The researchers isolated crotamine, the classic venom of rattlesnakes whose bite can be fatal to humans, in the eastern bearded dragon, a popular pet. However, the bearde...

Indian Psychiatrist in UK Accused of plagiarism

...bruary edition was written by Raj Persaud and went unnoticed outside the mental health community. The articulate Persaud is one of the youngest doctors to become a consultant at the highly respected Maudsley teaching hospital in London, and has eight degrees. He is considered one of Britain's best-known psyc...

Our Attitude To Food Costing Us A Fortune

...in the nurturing of our planet, the waste has gone unnoticed and therefore unchecked. Researchers say the results are not only an avoidable economic burden, but also damage to the environment, depletion of world resources, and a contribution to global warming through soil exhaustion, unnecessary fertilizer and...

FDA debates status of decongestant drugs

...ch warnings on their labels, the warnings often go unnoticed or ignored by many who assume over-the-counter drugs are safe for one and all. One big reason such warnings may be ignored is because nearly half of the estimated 50 million people in the United States with high blood pressure don't even realize they...

Risk Of Decongestants In Hypertensive Patients

...ch warnings on their labels, the warnings often go unnoticed or ignored by many who assume over-the-counter drugs are safe for one and all. One big reason such warnings may be ignored is because nearly half of the estimated 50 million people in the United States with high blood pressure don't even realize they...

Alcohol linked to brain activity

...stroke also affects brain function, but often goes unnoticed at the time when it actually occurs. White matter lesions are areas of scarring or injury that might affect your voluntary and involuntary actions of the body such as ability to button a shirt or put a key in a lock. It is thought that alcohol exer...

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