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Cheap Indian Medicines Illegally Flooding Pak Markets

The illegal inflow of affordable Indian medicine into Pakistan is continuing unabatedly through green channels because of their huge price difference in the two countries. According to the Daily Times, passengers coming from India prefer carrying cheap drugs, as the prices of Indian drugs ...

Latest Facelifting Techniques Include Fat Repositioning to Deliver More Youthful, Natural Results

...New York Center for Facial Plastic and Laser Surgery and J SPA Medical Day Spa in Great Neck, NY, author of the book FACE THE FACTS and creator of J pak SYSTEMS -- two convenient, homeopathic remedies to help optimize healing after aesthetic injectable and surgical procedures. A leading expert in ...

Life-Saving Airman, Leukemia Patient Meet for First Time

...appy." Airman Pope's role in helping Ms. pak began Oct. 8 when Dr. Sung Kwang Park from the Cho...nt and was in urgent need of blood. "Ms. pak was in dire need of a blood transfusion," sai...n the tour was the 35th Fighter Squadron where Ms. pak was fitted with a personalized flight suit and jac...

Researchers Reverse Mental Retardation Symptoms in Mice

...n those in non-affected individuals. When the enzymatic activity of pak was inhibited in the FXS mice, abnormalities in their spine number and stru...hibiting the enzymatic activity of PAK, Tonegawa said. "Strikingly, pak inhibition also restored electrical communication between neurons in the br...

Research Shows Way for Drug Therapy for Autism

... possibly autism, in children. "The enzyme pak affects the number, size and shape of connections ...ls. "Our analysis shows that inhibition of pak activity reverses the structural abnormality of ne...signals in FXS mice. "Strikingly, blocking pak activity also helped restore electrical signalling...

Florence Nightingale Nursing Award For Maj Gen Shashi Bala

...ducation in Mumbai. She holds a Masters degree in Nursing. Immediately after joining MNS, she rendered services to the battle casualties of 1971 Indo pak War. She has 37 years nursing experience and has been awarded the Vishisht Seva Medal in the past. She is an eminent researcher, academician a...

Slowing the Racing Heart

...in England at Oxford and Manchester on characterizing and isolating the pacemaker cell. The UIC researchers demonstrated that an enzyme called pak 1, present in high concentrations in the heart, signals depression in the action of adrenaline and adrenaline-like chemicals on the pacemaker cell, pl...

Slowing the Racing Heart

...n England at Oxford and Manchester on characterizing and isolating the pacemaker cell. The UIC researchers demonstrated that an enzyme called pak 1, present in high concentrations in the heart, signals depression in the action of adrenaline and adrenaline-like chemicals on the pacemaker cell, pl...

Drug Prescribed for Migraines and Seizures Increases Risk of Kidney Stones

...formation with topiramate use.” Other UT Southwestern researchers contributing to the study were Dr. Orson Moe, director of the Charles and Jane pak Center for Mineral Metabolism and Clinical Research, Dr. Naim Maalouf, assistant professor of internal medicine and Dr. Brian J. Welch, a postdoctoral...

A Glass of Orange Juice To Keep Recurrence Of Kidney Stones At Bay

... potassium citrate because of gastrointestinal side effects, said Dr. Clarita Odvina, assistant professor of internal medicine at the Charles and Jane pak Center for Mineral Metabolism and Clinical Research and the study's lead author. In those cases, dietary sources of citrate – such as orange juice – m...
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