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Medicaid cuts leave patients in a lurch

...dire consequences for patient care. To add to the woes the Texas House of Representatives has cut off $3 billion from the Medicaid program, and this also includes evicting half a million Texans and decreasing the payment rates// of physicians and other providers by 5%. The mental health services receive...

Late pregnancy may be at risk from poor health and mental state

.... Late pregnancy brings with it it’s own source of woes and risks to the mother and child. A Danish study says added to the existent risk factors, poor health of the mothers and their unhappiness can also become risk factors that can reduce their chances of becoming pregnant. Some of the factors that a...

Obesity may cause frailties in elderly women

...will be// known as obese and this may add to their woes more, apart from other health problems, as researchers have been able to relate obesity in elderly women to heightened risk of falling and hurting themselves, and other physiological vulnerabilities. Frailty is a condition that is associated with in...

Growing Drug Addiction Rate among Elderly Population

...ase of elderly people the reasons could be medical woes and emotional problems associated with old age. According to the survey the most abused substance among the elderly is alcohol followed by painkillers and anti-anxiety pills....

Developing Nations Should Reform Health Financing Systems: WB

...sibility of human bird flu pandemic. Adding to the woes is that the enormous health gap between rich and poor countries is persisting. 'Buzzwords, flavours of the day, and magic bullets will not provide effective solutions to the health financing challenges faced by countries at all income levels. At thi...

HIV Carriers Join Hands to Fight for their Rights

...understanding about the disease, and the patients' woes just multiplied till they breathed their last. But the story is changing. Several voluntary groups are stepping in to help HIV carriers and AIDS patients. One of the HIV carriers who attended the workshop is Vijaya (name changed). Life has n...

‘Obesity’ Acquires Permanent Resident Status in the US

...ith a bagful of unwholesome fat and a life time of woes to follow. Experts feel that anything above the 95th percentile in the height to weight ratio in children, is considered obese. William Cochran, head of the Pediatric Weight Management Program at Geisinger Clinic in Danville, Pa, said “If your chil...

Colas can cause bone loss in old women

...e bone loss in older women is likely to add to the woes of soft drink manufacturers in India//, already caught in a controversy over higher than permissible amounts of pesticide in their drinks. American epidemiologists have reported that colas are associated with bone mineral density loss and their con...

Ice Cream made of Camel Milk Launched in Rajasthan

...represents a perfect solution to the chronic water woes of the state,' said Bagdi Ram Raika, president of the Rajasthan Pastoralist Development Association. 'We would like to see the camel breeders of Rajasthan make use of their traditional assets and avail themselves of the new marketing opportunities....

Positive Strokes & Life-Saving Information Eludes Stroke Patients

...ody Told Me’. Indeed the report has enunciated the woes of stroke patients after discharge from the hospital, where the patients feel ill equipped to deal with their health. It was found that crucial information to prevent potential stroke was not provided. The patients were in the dark about healthcare a...

Unsafe Sex, HIV Infected Transfusion Spreading AIDS in Madhya Pradesh

...s like Bedia, Banchhda and Sansi have added to the woes in rural areas," a survey says. "They have little or no knowledge of AIDS or its prevention. They don't even know what venereal diseases are." "Since 'tradition' in these communities demands that the eldest daughter of the family has to go in for ...

Military Healthcare Lacks Compassion, Say US Soldiers

...ngton, an independent panel had charged that money woes and neglect at the highest level were to blame for the sorry conditions at the hospital. Pentagon, the US defence headquarters, was ill-prepared to deal with growing numbers of troops suffering from traumatic brain injury or post-traumatic stress ...

Popular Anemia Drug Dodges The Dagger

..., cause heart problems or hasten death. Amgen’s woes were deepened when drug maker Roche, ended a clinical trial with lung cancer patients that compared Aranesp with an anemia drug it was developing because of an unexpected number of deaths in at least some of the treatment groups. This suggested tha...

Workplace Stress Leads to Rising Suicide Rate in Japan

...he bulk of them older Japanese suffering financial woes as the country struggled through a decade of economic stagnation. In response, the Japanese government has earmarked substantial funds for programs to help those with depression and other mental illnesses and is more actively involved in encouragin...

Afghan Children Fall Victim to a Disfiguring Disease

...hmaniasis, a disfiguring disease, is adding to the woes of the war-torn Afghanistan. It is caused by a parasite transmitted by a tiny sandfly that can lead to severe scarring, often on the face. Clinics crowded with children with sores in the Afghan capital, Kabul. The most common form of the disease ...

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