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Tea Helps Toughen Older Women's Hips

Those who drink it daily lose less bone, study finds WEDNESDAY, Oct. 10 (HealthDay News) -- New Australian research suggests that having a cuppa (tea, that is) may help strengthen older women's hips. "This study suggests that drinking tea in moderation can actually benefit your bone...

Coronary Disease Might Toughen Up Heart

Mice with the ailment suffered less cardiac damage after injury, study finds MONDAY, Oct. 1 (HealthDay News) -- Coronary artery disease may actually precondition the heart and make it more resistant to damage than hearts unaffected by the illness, a British study in mice suggests. Researche...

Government to Toughen Its Anti-smoking Laws

The Union Cabinet on Friday decided to toughen anti-smoking laws, restricting smoking in public places and advertisement of tobacco products . The Cabinet further approved a Health and Family Welfare Ministry proposal for amending the Cigarette and other Tobacco Products 2003 Act in the fir...

FDA Panel Backs Tougher Warning on Asthma Drugs for Kids

... Serevent and Advair need specific child warnings on side effects, pediatric panel says; action follows panel's recommendation to toughen label on flu drugs for kids. TUESDAY, Nov. 27 (HealthDay News) -- A U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel on Wednesday urged...

Controversy Spikes Over Anti-diabetes Drug Avandia

...Johann-Liang, from the FDA Office of Drug Safety, who in an NEJM interview said she had approved in March 2006 a recommendation from FDA inspectors to toughen a warning label on Avandia to stress its increased risk for heart attacks. Johann-Liang said she was pressured to go back on her decision after F...

Ukraine Struggles Against Fake Drug Trade

...rfeit medicines, as among the main sources for the fakes in Ukraine and the EU. As in Ukraine, Russian lawmakers are also discussing proposals to toughen penalties against medicine counterfeiting. But the authorities have been criticised for poor enforcement of existing laws. Last year, a comp...

Harassment in School Affects Majority of Elementary Students

...t Tom Tarshis, MD, lead author of the study. "We need to change the perception that bullying at school is a part of life and that victims just need to toughen up." Tarshis was completing a fellowship in child psychiatry and research at Packard Children's at the time he developed the questionnaire. He ...

UAE Introduces Cervical Cancer Vaccine

...got sanctions for this vaccine from the ministry of health in November 2006. Gadasil can be administered to girls from nine years which would develop, toughen and augment resistance to cervical cancer. JYT ...

Greater Quality Control Needed for Overseas-Trained Doctors

... The AMA has urged the Federal Government to toughen visa entry requirements for overseas-trained doctors if States and Territories// continue to drag their heels on the implementation of national assess...

New Ban on Smoking to Be Considered

... For smokers, it ‘s bad news again. The Queensland (Australia) government has decided //to toughen its laws on anti-smoking. Smoking will soon be prohibited in cars carrying children. This comes in the wake of a finding that one child under...
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Cracking down on identity theft

...is part of a tough crackdown I've launched on identity theft in Wisconsin - including a broad legislative initiative that will strengthen enforcement, toughen penalties, educate the public, and help people who have been victimized. The public may contact the Office of Privacy Protection now by calling tol...
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Anneal

... burn, ... anneal ( ) v. , -nealed , -nealing , -neals . v.tr. To subject (glass or metal) to a process of heating and slow cooling in order to toughen and An·neal·ing n. 1. The process used to render glass, iron, etc., less brittle, performed by allowing them to cool very gradually from a Art r...
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