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Excessive Use of Cosmetics Leads to Adverse Effects on the Body

... with side effects ranging from skin irritation to untimely ageing and cancer. Richard Bence, a biochemist spent three years researching the conventional and the supposedly 'safe' products. "We really need to start questioning the products we are putting on our skin and not just assume that the chemicals in...

Loss of Antenna Leads to Cancer in Insects

...s action causes the antenna to be dismantled in an untimely way. Why cilia come and go on normal cells is not entirely understood, but scientists increasingly suspect that it may play a role in timing the cell division process. Commonly, cancer cells have entirely lost their cilia, and this absence may help...

Fears Of Spread Of TB After Students Death

...s, tuberculosis has been found responsible for the untimely death of Kalpana Dangol, a young Nepalese student at Colorado Springs University (CSU) at Pueblo. According to Dr. Ned Calonge, chief medical officer for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, the woman, whom he refused to ident...

Forsyth Scientists Wiping Out Tooth Decay Through School-based Cavities Prevention Program

...ional news about a tooth infection that led to the untimely death of a 12-year old boy, who like thousands of other children, did not have access to dental care. Through programs like the ForsythKids we can eliminate barriers to care and improve the health of all children." The ForsythKids program began as ...

Multiple deaths forces cancer trial to be called off

...ial it had initiated early this year following the untimely deaths// of few of the patients who were participating in the clinical trial to prove the efficacy of the cancer drug Xyotax. The CEO of the company James Bianco has reiterated that the deaths of the volunteer s who were cancer patients do not seem ...

World Alzheimer’s Day: In Memory of Those With 'Memory Loss

... of the central nervous system marked by stark and untimely backslide in the patient’s mental capabilities. It is estimated that nearly 2 to 4 million persons suffer age related dementia, out of which nearly two-thirds have Alzheimer's disease. Alzheimer's Disease is the most notorious of dementias, which set...

AIIMS Asked to Pay Compensation for Negligence

...ty court to pay Rs.200,000 as compensation for the untimely demise of a woman suffering// from heart disease. The Delhi State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission held the country's most prestigious medical hospital responsible for gross negligence. The court asked AIIMS to pay the amount within a month...

Molecular Therapy Holds Promise in the Treatment of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

... progressive loss of muscle control, paralysis and untimely death. Healthy "neighbor" or supporting non-neuronal cells also have a protective effect on damaged mutant motor neurons, slowing the progression of ALS even when the nerve cells carry the mutant gene. The researchers speculate that the non-neuronal...

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(Date:4/18/2014)... University School of Medicine researchers have been awarded two-year ... Novo Nordisk announced this month. Of the 110 initial ... Biologics Science Forum Program, only four projects were funded, ... They are Jonathan Powell, M.D., Ph.D.; G. William Wong, ... Powell, a professor of oncology, will use his $500,000 ...
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