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Girl Complained of Rolling Down Stones Instead of Tears While Crying

No stones were found in the tears of a Jharkhand girl who complained that she wept stones instead of tears, said the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) here Wednesday.// Savitri, a 13-year-old girl from Hajaribagh in Jharkhand, has been complaining of stones in her tears for the la...

Consumer Reports Survey: HMOs Beat PPOs on Cost, Customer Support and Billing Services

...ts said that they had trouble getting to see a plan doctor at some point during the year. Among users of some lower-rated plans, as many as 16 percent complained it was either difficult or impossible to get needed care. Among HMOs, Group Health Cooperative and Health Alliance Plan topped the list and wer...

Lots of Schoolkids Squint to See Chalkboard

...eeing the classroom chalkboard, a new national survey shows. Of the nearly 1,500 children in the survey, more than 25 percent of the teen age group complained of headaches, even though 45 percent of them wore some type of prescription eyewear. About 25 percent of children aged 6 to 11 wear prescription gl...

Too Much Texting Can Spell Neck, Arm Pain

...uscular electrical activity and thumb movement using an electrogoniometer, an electrical device that measures flexibility, in 56 young adults. Half complained of neck, arm or hand symptoms; half had no symptoms. Those with pain tended to text while hunched over, a position that puts strain on the neck and...

For Every Blow to the Head, Quick Action Is Urged

... fall while skiing at a Quebec resort. She picked herself up from the fall and refused medical attention, but three hours later in her hotel room, she complained of a headache. Within hours she was in critical condition. Two days after the fall, she died. "Even when someone looks fine initially, it can still...

Asthma Drugs Get 'Precaution' Labeling for Possible Psychiatric Side Effects

...scribing physician regarding this." Weldon said that he has not seen any increase in psychiatric problems with the drug, but that some patients had complained of nightmares after starting on Singulair. "The physician really needs to review whether there are symptoms that have developed since patients star...

Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. Launches Burner Balm a Revolutionary, Energy-Boosting, Appetite-Suppressing, Fat-Burning Lip Balm - Natural, Green and Cost-Effective - Featured on NBC's Today Show

...Tea Extract is added for increased energy and metabolism. Dr. Kurtz developed this product as a direct response from his patients who continually complained of weight gain and lack of energy. In practice for 25 years, Kurtz realized that he much preferred preventative medicine rather than treating patient...

As Sleep Improves, Grades Seem to Go Up

... efficient sleep just might lead to higher grades, especially in math. That's the finding of a study that included 56 teens, ages 14 to 18, who had complained of insufficient sleep at night or daytime sleepiness. Researchers measured the sleep of the participants, and the teens provided information on their ...

Quality of life survey highlights need for holistic approach in elderly residential care

...outine. "I can go to bed anytime I like" one said positively, while another complained that "you're woken at six and breakfast isn't until ten past eight." P...roundings more familiar. "This is my own furniture" said one, while another complained she was unable to have her computer with her because "there is no space". ...

New Study Shows Women Experience Significantly Less Unscheduled Bleeding With the ORTHO TRI-CYCLEN(R) LO Birth Control Pill Versus Another Pill

...irth control(2). In addition, a related study found that among women who called or visited their providers about OC side effects, more than 30 percent complained of breakthrough bleeding(3). "While unscheduled bleeding has been regarded as a leading cause for discontinuing oral contraceptives, few studies...
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Studies Show Combination Laser Therapy Effective At Clearing Acne, Reducing Oil Production

...o be conducted, as the data is based on early reports of efficacy. In addition, she noted that when the skin is suctioned to remove oil, some patients complained that their pores actually appeared larger - possibly from the skin being stretched from the repeated suctioning. The other device approved by ...

Study Suggests a Possible Way to Offset Chemobrain Memory Loss

... MORGANTOWN, W.Va., Sept. 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Cancer patients have complained for years about the mental fog known as chemobrain. Now in animal studies at West Virginia University, researchers have discovered that injections of ...

Alexza Announces Positive Phase 1 Results With AZ-007 (Staccato(R) Zaleplon)

...eep Foundation showed that 54% of the respondents experienced a minimum of one symptom of insomnia at least a few nights a week. Of those, respondents complained primarily of waking up feeling unrefreshed (38%), waking up frequently during the night (32%), having difficulty falling asleep (21%), and waking up t...

ProEthic Pharmaceuticals Presents Positive Data for PRO-513 at American Headache Society Meeting

...ne researchers, more than 70 percent of patients indicated that they were less than completely satisfied with their current treatment. Over 85 percent complained that pain relief took too long and 25 percent decided to stop seeking treatment all together. PRO-513 Development History In 2005, ProEthic obtain...

Biofrontera AG Announces Clinical Study Confirms Excellent Efficacy of BF-200 ALA In Actinic Keratosis

... centers and the area of the head. Relevant side effects did not occur during the study, the cosmetic results were excellent. Only 6 % of the patients complained about strong pain. The 10% dose of the active compound ALA was superior to the other doses tested. Consequently, Biofrontera will conduct additional s...
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L'Anthony D15

Description:... For many years, anyone using the Farnsworth D15, L'Anthony desaturated test or Farnsworth 100 Hue has complained about how patients cannot avoid touching the color disks with the result that the test kits become unusable. Further, the disks are very easy to loose...
Company:Richmond Products, Inc.
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Toxic chemicals found in common scented laundry products, air fresheners

...d a colleague in 2004 and 2005 found that about 20 percent of the population reported adverse health effects from air fresheners, and about 10 percent complained of adverse effects from laundry products vented to the outdoors. Among asthmatics such complaints were roughly twice as common. Manufacturers are n...

New drug makes weight loss safer

...the weight of those taking a placebo. Whats most important to the researchers involved is that none of the 281 patients, males and females aged 18-65, complained of any serious side effects. The trial, completed this August, was supervised by U.S. weight-loss guru Dr. Robert Kushner. The women who took the...

Chemotherapy temporarily affects the structures of the human brain

... immunosuppression, and painful mucositis, for example, are the immediate risks of the treatment. Patients receiving chemotherapy have also long complained of problems with memory, problem-solving and other cognitive abilities. Although chemotherapy was thought not to affect brain cells due to the blood-b...

Survivors of childhood polio do well decades later as they age

...s. Each patient also completed questionnaires about symptoms of progressive weakness at the beginning and end of the study period. Though the majority complained of progressive weakness during the time they were studied, these symptoms did not correspond with their actual magnitudes of decline over time. Rather...

Pulp mill devastates swans' sanctuary in Chile

...nctuary in 2004, the CELCO plant was twice temporarily shut down earlier this year for environmental violations. Residents in Valdivia, 30 miles away, complained of noxious odors from the plant and the WWF mission found the facility's waste treatment, storage and disposal safeguards to be appalling. "Filter ash...

How fish hear and make sounds at same time

...te. In one season, a successful male may end up fertilizing several thousand eggs. During mating season, houseboat owners in San Francisco Bay have complained that their homes vibrate from the humming fish, which sound like a high-speed motor running underwater. Co-author Matthew Weeg received his doctora...

Arthritis: What Wnt wrong?

...e growing number of arthritis suffers. According to The National Center for Health Statistics, over 42 million US adults, or 20% of the population, complained of arthritic symptoms in 2002. ...
Complained in Biological Technology

Process Analytical Technology (PAT): The Official Language of Pharmaceutical Outsourcing

...isting the common gripes of Contract Manufacturing Organizations (CMOs) and their Bio-Pharma sponsors, Dr. Paula J. Shadle reported that both partners complained that "communication is difficult and misunderstandings keep occurring." The use of the right Process Analytical Technologies (PAT) provi...

E. coli Outbreak in New Jersey?

...er the course of two hours on a recent Friday, 20 people arrived, one by one, for emergency care at the Palisades Medical Center here. Each separately complained of various gastrointestinal symptoms, including nausea and diarrhea. A coincidence? Or the harbinger of a brewing epidemic, potentially threatening ...

High-Tech Solution for Farmers

...ned problem-solving is alive in Wisconsin today. Five years ago Chad Sorenson was talking with his cousin in Iowa, a farmer who grows corn. The cousin complained about the tedious task of applying anhydrous ammonia, a fertilizer, and specifically how he had to stop his tractor and walk 40 feet behind him to det...

Standards Needed for Advances in Healthcare Technology

... 20 years. Dickinson, whose job involves the development and management of health care standards for California-based, Per-Se Technologies, Inc. , complained that HL7 is dominated by vendors to the healthcare industry rather than by clinicians. This is slowing down the process of establishing an interoperab...

Stay out of crossfire when Midwest technology workers go to war

...ry to focus on the issue rather than the person." If Carol is really wound up, she may call you a turncoat or remind you of times when you've also complained about Stan to her. That's almost inevitable in these situations. Stan may do the same thing. Keep the high ground. Remind the warring parties that...

State criticized over BadgerNet 2 execution; some doubt benefits

...cost of $116 million and operate it for five years, after nearly four years of planning and negotation. Some local and regional administrators have complained that they were left out process and that their existing network resources are being ignored. Matt Miszewski, the state's chief information officer, ma...

IBM takes one direction, Milwaukee entrepreneurs the other

...rvices side of the equation. Probably there's some truth there as well. The analysts weren't calling the IBM shift to services a blunder. They just complained that it was happening too slowly. But I still think there's something else going on. If you dig into the details of the IBM service side, you'll fi...

Cell-phone satisfaction stays low, says Consumer Reports

...o areas surveyed, the odd one out being Chicago, where U.S. Cellular reigned. But even their numbers were well below perfect. Many AT&T subscribers complained about reduced service after the company's sale of its wireless business to Cingular in October 2004, and Consumer Reports predicted that Sprint and Ne...

Stem-cell debate, wireless access and other endeavors heat up

...nic healthcare records adoption News story: Wisconsin pushes for adoption of electronic health records. Wireless Internet Who hasn't complained about all the cables and wires that come along with computer use? Wireless devices and Internet access are some of the hottest new convenience technol...

A (modern) Tale of Two Cities: Milwaukee and Madison inch together

...ol and leave. Most Madison mayors in the past would have been happy to visit Milwaukee, but they would have gotten only as far as Waukesha County, complained about the traffic and turned around. So it was more than a bit refreshing last week to be a part of a forum in which Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett (...
Complained in Biological Definition

Charles Darwin

...nt ways. Under pressure with organising "Zoology" and correcting proofs of his "Journal" which had to have the introduction revised when FitzRoy complained that he was "astonished at the total omission of any notice of the officers" for their help, Darwin's health suffered. On 20 September he suffered "...
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