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Effects on Breast Tumors of DNA Alternations in 3 Genes Described
(image) Cancer epidemiologists at the University at Buffalo have identified specific genes that are most likely to become cance

Americans Get Least Value For Money In Healthcare
(image) Studies by the Commonwealth Fund have found that the United States, which has the most expensive health system in the wo

IT Delays Putting Patient Safety at Risk, Say Senior NHS Staff
(image) Senior NHS staff support IT modernization but say that continuing delays are putting patient safety at risk, according t

AMA Warns Of "Healthy" Food Labels Danger
(image) AMA Vice President, Dr Choong-Siew Yong, today warned consumers could be seriously misled by proposed new food labelling

Decoding Protein Structures Helps Illuminate Cause of Diabetes
(image) Any photographer can vouch for the difficulty of capturing a clear picture of a moving target. When it com

Health Experts Discuss Effect of DOTS on TB Control in India
(image) Some health experts in India are questioning the efficacy of the DOTS program to control the spread of tuberculosis in t

Australian Devises Online Game Based on Virginia Tech Shootout
(image) If the man who mowed down 32 persons at Virginia Tech in the United States last month was a psychopath, what do you call

Spare Just Ten Minutes A Day For A Healthier Heart
(image) According to recent American research, there is still hope for the couch potatoes. A study conducted by Dr.

Three-year-old Abandoned in Box Meant for Unwanted Babies in Japan
(image) Close on the heels of the outrage over an insensitive caption for the picture of an abandoned baby in Melbourne in Austr

Thailand Will Not Issue Compulsory Licenses for Patented Drugs
(image) Thai Health Minister Mongkol Na Songkhla on Tuesday said that Thailand will not issue compulsory licenses to produce red

Investigating Coral Reefs to Help Understand Past and Future Climate Change
(image) Increasing Earth temperatures and rising sea levels. Both of these are effects of climate change. The current concern is

FDA Approves Expanded Use for Surgical Sealant
(image) The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today approved Evicel Fibrin Sealant, a liquid product that when applied top

Tony Abbott Confident Of Australia's Vote For Performance Not Promise
(image) Australians will recognize performance over promise and reward the federal government with their vote at the next electi

Survey Shows That Patients Have Trust and Confidence in Their Doctors
(image) This high degree of trust and confidence in doctors reflects the reality in the NHS. It is gratifying that this survey r

Holy Grail Of Dermatologists On The Verge Of Discovery
(image) The hoary saying that there is no cure for jealousy or baldness may be a thing of the past. Scientists from

Cow Protein Aids in Treatment of Gastrointestinal Disorder
(image) Recent evidence suggests that therapy currently used to treat Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection, a major cause o

Car Airbags Most Suited To Medium-Built Individuals
(image) New research shows that in a crash, car or automobile air bags may increase the risk of serious injury for short or tall

Extra Time for Students With Learning Disabilities Does Not Skew SAT Scores
(image) Requests for extended time are the most common but contentious accommodation requests made by students with learning dis

Soy Products a Double-edged Sword for Breast Cancer
(image) According to University of Illinois food science and human nutrition professor William Helferich, soy products may be he

Now Fingerprints can Be Used to Detect Drugs and Diseases Instead of Blood Samples
(image) A team from the University of East Anglia in Norwich and King's College in London, has revealed that specific antibodies

WHO Director Urges Nations to Share Bird Flu Virus Strains
(image) Dr. Margaret Chan, Director-General of the World Health Organization, has called upon all member countries not to hold b

New Analytical Tool to Unravel the Cause of Diabetes
(image) Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have designed a powerful analytical tool capable of measuring molecul

Death and Disability from Brain Injury Reduced, Emory Researchers Report
(image) About 1.5 to 2 million people in the U.S. sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year, leading to 50,000 deaths and

Memory Loss Linked to Cognitive Disorders
(image) A new study has developed the first images of the physical changes in brain cells thought to underlie memory thus linkin

Angioplasty Reduces Long-term Cardiac Risk in Heart Patients With 'silent' Ischemia
(image) When compared with intensive drug therapy, percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI, angioplasty) was more beneficial in

No Evidence Older Women Generate New Eggs
(image) It is highly unlikely that older women generate new eggs, report researchers at the University of South Florida in colla

Late Clamping of Umbilical Cord may Reduce Anemia in Children
(image) In the past, the newborns' umbilical cord was not clamped right after birth, thus allowing the blood flow to stop natura

WHO Launches Yellow Fever Initiative for West Africascript src=/apalms/includes/main /script
(image) The World Health Organization (WHO) has launched a comprehensive immunization programme across 12 highest-risk countries

Study Implicates Protein as a Trigger of Advanced Prostate Cancer Recurrence
(image) Scientists with the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have for t

Impact of Periodontal Health High With Smoking and Sleeping
(image) A new study has found that no other lifestyle factors impact oral health like smoking and sleeping. A stud

VA Should Revise Its Methods for Evaluating PTSD in Ex-military Personnel
(image) To ensure more consistent and appropriate disability compensation for veterans, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Researchers Have Identified Cancer Promoter Genes
(image) Researchers at the University at Buffalo have identified particular genes that are most prone to become cancer promoters

Natural Pine Bark Extract Reduces Heart Failure Risk
(image) A new study by has found that Pycnogenol -natural pine bark extract from the French maritime pine tree - helps prevent d

Hexavalent Chromium in Drinking Water Causes Cancer in Mice
(image) A research on animals, conducted by the National Toxicology Program (NTP), has produced strong evidence that a chemical

Researchers Find Link Between Sleep Disorder and Dementia
(image) A new study has found that there is a correlation between an extreme form of sleep disorder, REM Behavior Disorder (RBD)

Pregnancy Becomes Safe for Some Women Who Take Low-dose of Aspirin Daily
(image) A review has suggested that women who take a low-dose tablet of aspirin daily to prevent blood clotting, have a reduced

Rajasthan Government Urged to Keep a Close Watch on Doctors
(image) Rajasthan Medical Council while expressing concern over rising complaints that doctors are prescribing unnecessary medic

Yoga Enthusiasts Oppose Patenting Yoga Overseas
(image) Angered and alarmed, a good number of yoga enthusiasts and experts in the capital are strongly opposing attempts of pate