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Coming Soon -- Stem-Cell Surgical Thread?

Novel technique could speed repair of ligaments, tendons, study shows FRIDAY, July 24 (HealthDay News) -- A team of John Hopkins University undergraduates say they have found a way to quickly and easily embed a person's stem cells into surgical thread, a procedure they believe may help...

WHO May Soon Order Global Production of Swine Flu Vaccine

Expert panel to meet, advise agency next week on wisdom of such a move THURSDAY, May 7 (HealthDay News) -- The World Health Organization could decide as early as next week to call for international production of an influenza A H1N1 swine flu vaccine. The head of the agency's initiat...

Up-and-Coming Houston Cosmetic Dentist Soon to Mark 5 Years Working with Family at a Family Dental Practice

Joining the cosmetic and general dentistry practice of her father in 2004, Dr. Ann Fishel has spent nearly 5 years working with Designer Smiles in Houston. With state-of-the-art procedures and a team approach to dentistry, Dr. Fishel is making a name for herself and giving area patients new reaso...

Diabetics May Soon Have Low-Sugar Vegetable Juice

Chinese scientists used bacteria to strip the drink of carbs THURSDAY, March 26 (HealthDay News) -- Chinese scientists say they've developed a low-calorie, low-sugar vegetable juice for diabetics and people with high blood sugar. They said it uses lactic acid-producing bacteria (LA...

Americans Will Soon Have Medical Butlers to Assist in Medical Tourism Research

SINGAPORE, Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The number of Americans traveling abroad for healthcare is on the rise. Medical tourism will be a major consumer trend as the recession worsens and more Americans are left without health insurance, facing huge medical bills at U.S. hospitals. According to th...

New Website Coming Soon for Electronic Medical Transcription Company

eMedDox, the Arkansas-based electronic medical transcription and document management software provider, will be launching a new website in the near future: eMedicalDocuments.com. Little Rock, AR (PRWeb) February 17, 2009 -- The electronic medical transcription services ...

Collaborative Medicine Soon a Reality for Providers in Southeastern Idaho

CLEVELAND, Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Noteworthy Medical Systems, Inc., announced a partnership today between Portneuf Medical Center, Medical Resources of Idaho (MRI) and the Idaho Association of Physicians (IDAP) to form a community-wide health information exchange for providers in southeastern...

U.S. May Soon Face Shortage of General Surgeons

It means people will wait longer for ER treatment, elective procedures, study says WEDNESDAY, Dec. 10 (HealthDay News) -- There could be a shortage of 1,300 general surgeons in the United States in less than two years, and that shortage could increase to 6,000 by 2050, a new Ohio State...

Lexi-Comp Point-of-Care Information Now Available on Smartphones, Coming Soon for the iPhone™

Clinicians can now access Lexi-Comp handheld databases on smartphones and mobile devices with wireless connectivity. Hudson, Ohio (PRWEB) October 30, 2008 --Lexi-Comp, Inc., a provider of clinical information for healthcare professionals, is pleased to announce the rele...

Losing weight soon after type 2 diabetes diagnosis doubles positive outcomes

August 12, 2008 (Portland, Ore.) People who lose weight soon after a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes have better control of their blood pressure and blood sugar, and are more likely to maintain that control even if they regain their weight, according to a Kaiser Permanente study published online in...

AMDL's Goodnak(R) Anti-Aging Skin Care Line Soon Available in Capsule & Lotion Form

Easy-to-use formulations help broaden market penetration in China TUSTIN, Calif., June 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AMDL, Inc. (Amex: ADL), ( http://www.amdl.com ), a leader in specialty pharmaceuticals, announced today its subsidiary Jade Pharmaceutical, Inc. (JPI) anticipates releasing du...

Soon to Be Released: Lutronic Announces the MOSAIC eCO2, the World's First 'Smart' Fractional CO2 Laser System for Treating Aesthetic and Dermatological Conditions, Will Soon Be Coming to the U.S. Market for Commercial Use

PRINCETON JUNCTION, N.J., May 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Lutronic, Inc., one of the world's leading developers and manufacturers of medical laser systems, announced today that its MOSAIC eCO2 system, the next generation in fractional resurfacing lasers combining fractional technology with the deep abl...

Personalized therapy for asthma and COPD could soon be here

St. Louis, May 18, 2008 Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have defined a new type of immune response that is activated in patients with severe asthma and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Their discovery could dramatically improve diagnosis and treat...

Traditional Medicare Benefit Information Soon to be Available Online to Doctors and Hospitals through Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Web Portal

New enhancement adds to one of the largest health information interchanges in the nation DETROIT, May 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Beginning this summer, Michigan physicians and hospitals will be able to go online to check eligibility and benefit information for people with Tra...

Spit tests may soon replace many blood tests

One day soon patients may spit in a cup, instead of bracing for a needle prick, when being tested for cancer, heart disease or diabetes. A major step in that direction is the cataloguing of the complete salivary proteome, a set of proteins in human ductal saliva, identified by a consortium of thre...

Doctors will soon be able to feel organs via a display screen

With the aid of computerized image analysis, it may be possible in the future for radiologists to feel images with the help of a three-dimensional mouse. Erik Vidholm at Uppsala University has been involved in developing the new technology, which makes it easier to diagnose and plan the treatment...

Galvus Soon To Be Seen On European Shelves

Galvus, a drug from Novartis AG has been given the green light from the European Medicines Agency. Now open to the European market, Galvus has nevertheless still no access to its American counterpart. The decision by a committee of experts at the European Medicines Agency came soon after ...

Church Weddings for Gays Soon a Reality in Sweden

Sweden, already a pioneer in giving same-sex couples the right to adopt children, looks set to allow gays to marry in the Lutheran Church, with plans to introduce a new marriage law in January 2008. If the so-called 'gender neutral' marriage legislation is adopted, the Scandinavian country...

Very Soon You can Eat to Your Hearts Content

A new study on mice has raised the hope that it might one day be possible for humans to eat what they want without having to worry about the risk of developing heart disease. Boffins at the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center have successfully deleted a gene in the mice that caus...

Pedometers – A Fitness Barometer, Soon Going to Be Child’s Ply

Children are known to think on their feet, but are they getting on their feet as often as they should? With lifestyle diseases overtaking us by the hour, are we fit// enough, is a question that will be upper most on the mind, especially with a pedometer latched on! The government has announce...

Vaccines For Cervical Cancer Will Soon Be Available In Developing Nations

Human papilloma virus (HPV), is the virus that causes cervical cancer as it affects the lining of the mouth of the uterus, known as cervix. It is transmitted sexually.// Merck & Co. Inc.'s have recently launched Gardasil and GlaxoSmithKline Plc's has introduced Cervarix, both vaccines, clinic...

Britons soon will practise telling GPs how to practice

The British government has been investing millions of pounds into health care. The Department of Health is now planning to conduct a massive survey to determine how// accessible the services are to the patients in Britain. Through the intended survey, patients are going to be endowed with the speci...

IVF Twins May Soon be a Thing of the Past

Soon there may be a ban on having twins through IVF treatment because intensive care units are being swamped by the many newborns.// A group of leading doctors have proposed that would-be mothers should l be allowed to have only one embryo implanted at a time. Although adopting this plan co...

Breeding Mosquitoes Soon to be a Criminal Offence

With the rapid increase in the number of dengue cases in the national capital civic authorities are considering more strict measures to check the menace//, including prosecuting people who cause mosquitoes to breed at their homes. N.K. Yadav, deputy municipal health officer of Delhi said, "Las...

Allergy Shots May Soon be a Thing of the Past.

Allergy shots may soon be replaced by a pill according to European researchers. The latest study supports previous research which showed the effectiveness of the Grazax allergen tablet.// Hay fever and other allergies have long been treated with allergy shots. Allergies are a result of the immun...

'Smoking Kills' Warning Soon on Tobacco Products

"Tobacco Kills/Smoking Kills" -- such health warnings would be mandatory on all tobacco products soon failing which the sellers would attract stringent penalty including imprisonment. // Other health warnings that could appear on tobacco packages include "Skull and Bones Sign" or a pictorial ...

Do not Aspire to Lose Weight Soon After Child-Birth

It is not healthy to lose weight soon after giving birth, says nutritionist, Sarah Keogh. Irish mothers are being advised about the pitfalls of following celebrity trends//, and aspiring for an hour glass figure soon after child birth, which can have serious effects on the health of the mother and ...

Integrated Disease Surveillance Project Soon In The Country

The Centre will soon launch a Rs 350 crore Integrated Disease Surveillance Project to bring 11 disease parameters under strict vigilance throughout the country. // Union Health minister Ambumani Ramadoss told reporters here today that the World Bank-funded project would be able to create a ve...

Beans Devoid Of Flatulence Causing Compounds Would Soon Hit The Market

Researchers from the Simon Bolivar University in Caracas found that Lactobacillus casei (L casei), when fermented along with the beans reduced its flatulence capacity// and increased the nutritional value. Beans are a cheap and key source of nutrition especially in the developing countries. Mar...

Oral Human Insulin to Soon Go on Trial

Biocon's 'oral human insulin' is to soon go on Phase I trial. It maybe as early as a month – declared the MD of Biocon, Ms.Kiran Mazumdar Shaw. Ms.Shaw was speaking at the conference organized in Chennai by Madras Diabetes Research Foundation(MDRF) on awards for innovation and R&D.// There a...

Azathioprine Can Soon Revolutionize Eczema Treatment

Azathioprine, an immunosuppressant, meant for use in kidney transplant recipients can be used in treatment of eczema, a skin disorder. The drug was discovered 40 years ago, is still used to prevent the rejection of transplanted kidneys// in renal failure patients. In around the 1960s, Roy Cal...

Smoking Ban To Be Soon Implemented In South East Asian Bars

South East Asia has been long considered a wonderland for smokers as they could have their puff in bars, hotel lobbies or restaurants without any inhibition. // Sad news alas for these happy folks as the government is seriously thinking about imposing a smoking ban in entertainment venues and bars....

NHS Trust Would Soon Take On The Hospital Superbug

With the increasing threat of hospital-acquired infections from methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), it has been planned to send specialized squad teams to major hospital trusts // in an attempt to restrict spread of the deadly infection. Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust is one...

Kylie's Personal Battle Against Breast Cancer May Soon Come To An End

Eight months into her Battle against Cancer, Singer, Actress and Diva Kylie Minogue has still been receiving cancer treatment for a full recovery. In a statement issued this week the Singer said that she was positively looking forward to returning to work, // however her treatments were still...

Fish Oil Could Soon Be Used In The Treatment Of Depression

Several studies have revealed the innumerable benefits of fish oil for improvement of health in general. A new study now shows that it might be good enough even in the prevention of Alzheimer's, heart disease and depression associated with Multiple Sclerosis.// Multiple Sclerosis is a disease c...

Abdul Kalam Confident of AIDS vaccine on Indian market soon

It is estimated that India has an estimated 5.1 million HIV-infected people, next only to South Africa. President A.P.J Abdul Kalam on Friday in Shillong (capital of the northeastern state of Meghalaya.) said that the vaccines // against AIDS developed would be available in India in three to four y...

Clarithromycin tablets to be launched in India soon

Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited has recently launched its approved generic formulation of clarithromycin// immediate release tablets in the US, according to a press release. Ranbaxy has been given the green signal to manufacture and market Clarithromycin tablets—250 mg and 500 mg under the Ranbaxy lab...

Tumour marker for detecting early Recurrence of Thyroid cancer may be soon available

Early recurrence of thyroid cancer may be detectable using a blood test to detect// a protein called ‘Thyroglobin”(Tg) according to a study published by researchers at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center and Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institu...

Sun Pharma to launch chiral version of omeprazole soon

Many drugs have two or more forms of the same chemical entity but the molecules arranged differently in space. Of the isomers, only one generally offers all the therapeutic benefits with the others having side-effects. Isolation of benefits results in smaller dosages with lesser side-effects. ...

Pumpkins Could Be Showing Insulin Injections The Door Soon

According to Chinese researchers, the pumpkin promises more than it shows . Studies conducted on diabetic (Type 1) rats by the scientists from East China Normal University, have revealed that pumpkin extracts are able to regenerate damaged beta cells of the pancreas, as well as increase insuli...
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