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Mushroom and muscle loss

...city -- and it's rare to find more than one meal's worth of T. equestre, he said. If the study's conclusions are confirmed, T. equestre apparently would be the first mushroom to cause muscle loss, "It's one of those intriguing reports one will watch and see if it can be confirmed in the future," he said....

Ajanta Launches World's First Once-A-Day Nimesulide Oral Formulation

...tent. Currently, the nimesulide market in India is worth Rs. 200 crore. Ajanta, which has been conducting aggressive research for development of novel oral products and improved formulations, is looking for international partnerships in marketing the product all over the world....

'Disprin Plus' is now 'Disprin Paracetamol'

... which had an inventory of 15 - 20 million tablets worth about Rs 1 crore, will suffer loss of sale for a month during the transition period to the tune of Rs 1.5 - 2 crore. Disprin 'Paracetamol' will be in the market by mid-December , he said. The company has also decided not to give any brand push to Dis...

Cure for sleepless nights

...on is more time consuming than drug therapy, it is worth the investment because therapeutic gains are well maintained." Said Dr.Morin....

Appropriate treatment for breast cancer

...ginal dryness. It calls into question whether it's worth having chemotherapy or tamoxifen in the case of a very small - less than one centimeter in diameter - tumour. For larger tumours, these treatments have a definite survival value that would be set off against any long-term side effects....

Hyperactivity Drug Can Be Added to Food

...onto food.// And because the drug provides a day's worth of medication, children taking Metadate can avoid the social stigma of leaving the classroom to take medication. The findings are good news for the millions of people who have trouble swallowing pills or capsules, particularly children. An estimated...

Small aneurysms best left untouched

...urysms that have a diameter of 5.5 centimeters are worth repair surgery. If this new guidance was followed, there would be 30 per cent fewer repairs and a decreased mortality and complication rate....

High Levels of Protein Linked to Brain Shrinkage

.../ and other types of dementia, but the approach is worth investigating. Prior research has shown that elevated levels of homocysteine may increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. Diet has a major effect on homocysteine levels. Folic acid and other B vitamins may lower homocysteine levels by breaking...

Vacuum device increase breasts

...that were too narrow. Some felt the system was not worth the relatively small gain (one cup size) made in breast size. According to Greco, a few patients dropped out because we could not make a definite statement as to whether or not this tissue growth stimulation would increase their li...

Ideal therapy for warts

...ed to cure warts, but scientific evidence on their worth has been lacking. Researchers reviewed studies available on warts in an attempt to determine which treatments were most advantageous. Their analysis, however, showed many of the studies contained poor methodology and reporting, making answers hard t...

Pizza is bad for health. But, do you know how bad?

...ing of a plain cheese pizza equals of half a day's worth of saturated fat. Three slices of the most popular pizza at Pizza Hut -- the Pan Pepperoni Pizza delivers 690 calories, 1,620 mg of sodium, and 33 grams of fat -- including 13 grams of saturated fat. Two slices of the Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pepperon...

Diabetes could become an epidemic

...isease, or by non-healing wounds. Hence it is well worth trying to prevent it....

New Cure for Addiction?

...is so urgent, some scientists consider the project worth the risk. The exact ingredients remain a secret known only to a very few people. Its inventor, Tran Khoung Dan, believes in traditional medicines and is said to have cured his own addiction by taking the herbal preparation....

Breaking up Dangerous Clots

...y 96 percent when patients receive about a month’s worth of treatment with a new type of blood thinner. That’s the major finding from a new study published in this month’s Archives of Internal Medicine. Researchers from Sweden studied about 650 patients who were undergoing surgery for a hip fracture. About...

When Man Bites Man

...-- Head and Neck Surgery. Their review of 10 years worth of hospital records in Galveston, Texas, identified several key areas they believe can form a standard protocol to follow when man bites man. The study uncovered 40 human bites between 1990 and 2000. The average victim was a young adult male.// About...

Test tube babies, 25 years later

...ile couples hoping to have a family are finding it worth the risk....

Anemia Treatment for Cancer Patients

...ed researchers to conclude the benefits may not be worth the risks. Study author Dr. Michael Henke comments: "Although epoetin beta efficiently corrects anemia among patients undergoing curative radiotherapy, it is not associated with improved cancer control or survival. On the contrary, erythropoietin mi...

Anemia Treatment for Cancer Patients

...ed researchers to conclude the benefits may not be worth the risks. Study author Dr. Michael Henke comments: "Although epoetin beta efficiently corrects anemia among patients undergoing curative radiotherapy, it is not associated with improved cancer control or survival. On the contrary, erythropoietin mi...

Anemia Treatment for Cancer Patients Might Not be a Good Idea.

...ed researchers to conclude the benefits may not be worth the risks. Researchers say although epoetin beta efficiently corrects anemia among patients undergoing curative radiotherapy, it is not associated with improved cancer control or survival. On the contrary, erythropoietin might impair disease control...

The Human Mad Cow Case

...hree times a week and her neurologist feels it was worth a try with Charlene since the treatment has alleviated other brain disorders. After 192 treatments, she's not only alive, but she's trying to talk," he said. "She's responsive and trying to respond to simple commands. [But she] still [has] a long w...

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