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Inhaled Steroids Safe & Effective for Children with Asthma

...derate asthma. "Although asthma experts around the world have recognized the effectiveness of inhaled corticosteroids in treating asthma, their long term effects in children were not clear, and questions have been raised about their possible effects on growth," said Dr. Claude Lenfant. "CAMP confirms their...

Life Saving Cancer Drugs – From Chicken! Possible Says 'Dolly’ Creatos

...luding cancer. The same team had earlier cornered world wide fame and glory (and a lot of criticism!) for creating Dolly – the world’s first cloned mammal: Using the same nuclear transfer technology it is possible, according to these scientists to create human therapeutic proteins in chicken eggs – which ...

Patients With Filariasis More Prone To HIV Infection

...prevalence of helminth infection in the developing world may contribute to rapid spread and progression of ... This report should ring alarm bells in the third world countries and in regions where HIV and Filaria are both rampan....

International community warns India on HIV situation

... highest number of HIV infected individuals in the world after South Africa. Added to this is the shocking ...ort of that shall work. He added that all over the world the main cause of the HIV disaster were the denial, complacency and failure of the political leaders...

What happens when Medications go wrong?

... of a former U.S. president in recent history, the world was shocked when it was revealed that unwitting public were used as experimental lab animals when toxic cancer treatment were administered to them regularly and the effects of the drugs were studied. The study went haplessly wrong with many developin...

What happens when Asthmatics consume Aspirin?

...st and most troublesome disease affecting millions world wide is asthma. Asthmatics not only suffer from the usual symptoms of the disease but they are unfortunate in more ways than one. It is common knowledge that asthmatics are warned to stay away from aspirin and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory dr...

Prince Charles lends support to Alternative Medicine

...gram into the effects of alternative medicine. The world is now sitting up and taking notice of holistic medicine and Prince Charles’s support to fund research in this field has come as a shot in the arm for these crusaders of integrated medicine. Charles, a long-standing advocate of alternative medicine,...

Fight Heart disease and Pain with Meditation

...ated in India thousands of years ago has attracted world wide acclaim and meditation is the hallmark of Indian school of medicine and forms the crux of even the rituals and patterns of worship in Hinduism. Unfortunately in India as more people take up and ape the West in a big way it is just the reverse i...

Want a Healthy brew? Have some Tea!

The most widely consumed beverage in the world next to water is Tea. Whether you like it strong or light, with or without milk, sugared or bland, with herbs or with masala it is undoubtedly the most favorite amongst all beverages. Even coffee lovers and health freaks who live on fruit and vegetab...

Multi billion-dollar suit filed against cell phone firm for causing brain tumours

...e to open up a Pandora’s box and will also attract world wide attention. Because these days cell phones have become extensions of the human body!!!!!...

When Celebrities Die

...ndhi are always remembered as horrendous events in world history. But more disturbing is the fact that these celebrity deaths spark off a series of suicides and attempts to commit suicides. Now, medical research from Great Britain reveals a surprising side effect of our "celebrity connection." In the we...

Crowning glory of 2000!!! Cracking of the genetic code is top of tops

...ten lists released by every one connected with the world of medicine features this remarkable feat in a prominent place and a majority of them are already tom tomming this as the work which would fetch the next Nobel prize. Researchers at the National Institute of Health and at the Celera Genomics announ...

Abstain from sex- the latest mantra of American teens

...bate, abstinence has caught the fancy of teens the world over. But some are cynical about the whole exercise and they say this is an attempt at playing to the gallery. True to this cynical remark, it has been found that only a few, actually abide by their abstinence pledge once they are above 19 years of...

And now live birth on the internet.com?

...omputer! Though this isn’t the first time in the world that this is happening, the hospital has set the trend in using live audio video feed to help parents and relatives in touching base with their loved ones slumbering in a hospital cot. This facility will be very useful if the baby is premature and ...

Now AIDS treatment comes dirt-cheap

...pments in a year that has seen people all over the world ganging up against rising prices of essential life saving medicines. However critics say even now many in the poorer countries will be unable to afford the new drug cocktail as offered by Cipla. Another argument is that counseling and close monitori...

Doctors at risk- the ugly side of the noble profession

...d police officers, doctors are exposed to the ugly world of workplace crime. At least one physician is killed every year the report says adding that health care workers have to walk a tight rope most of the times.The most common form of threat was verbal threat but even life threats were also reported. Eve...

Water - The silent killer!!!

The world health organization says, water related illnesses ...he suffering is needless. People in the developing world are particularly at risk for water-borne diseases. About 2.2 million people die of diarrhea caused b...

Smoking a greater risk than HIV? Yes say health experts!!!!

...poration reported on Monday that in the developing world smoking will kill more people than any other disease in the next 20 years. The report released from the Institute of Development Studies in Sussex, United Kingdom, says smoking and other tobacco related deaths would surpass 10 million a year. The sho...

Not all tooth pain may have dental origins!!

...r more important problems. Especially in the third world countries, dental care and hygiene has never received its due importance from the masses. So much so that patients visit dentists only with terminal problems or when the pain becomes unbearable.A small problem is easier to cure but because of the lac...

India to benefit from pharma companies' move

...his case has struck a chord with people around the world because it exposes the lengths that the industry will go to protect its patents and profits, despite the immense human cost. There have been demonstrations from Pretoria to New York, from Copenhagen to Manila, demanding access to lifesaving medicines...

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