Homeopathy is not suitable for prescribe treatments

Homeopathy 300x208 Homeopathy is not suitable for prescribe treatmentsHomeopathy, an unusual worthless treatment that is lying to their patients, claimed by Edzard Ernst, a professor of complementary medicine at the University of Exeter.

He called it as “unethical treatment” should be banned on NHS; the firm invests more than £4million in a year on homeopathy through funding from the British Medical Association.

Main reason behind this dilemma is that homeopaths use dilute forms of materials to prevent diseases that could reveal the symptoms of the condition in higher concentrations.

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Oral sex increases mouth cancer cases

oral sex 283x300 Oral sex increases mouth cancer casesLatest study reveals that the tolls of Mouth cancer cases are increasing due to transmission of human papilloma virus (HPV) that is communicated during physical contact of couple or may be oral sex.

As per a Charity Group, Cancer Research UK that studied this fact said the rates of mouth cancer in Britain figured above 6,000 last year, for the first time in the UK probably due to rise in oral sex.

However major part as two-thirds of about 6,200 cases diagnosed in 2011 were in men who usually dealt with risk factors in mouth cancer include heavy drinking, smoking and sexually transmitted HPV infection.

Refusing Smoking to be the main cause of cancer, Head and neck tumours’ Expert, Richard Shaw said patients increasing numbers with oral HPV infection cancers tend to be younger and less likely to smoke.

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Random H1N1 cases found in Mumbai

H1N1 300x247 Random H1N1 cases found in MumbaiTo understand the major reason for moving up with a sudden speed of H1N1 cases in Mumbai, the state health officials was addressed a meeting on Saturday.

Due to H1N1, four people were died in Pune. Their death is made a big confusion for scientist and experts.

As per scientists, there is no report of H1N1 virus in the dead persons’ body; three had other co-morbid conditions like cancer, diabetes, hypertension and Down’s syndrome. While experts termed death toll as sporadic.

Informing the report of death due to H1N1, Dr Pradeep Awate, state surveillance officer said, two major reasons favorable to the spread of swine

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Baby Falak dies of cardiac arrest at AIIMS

Baby Falak Dies 300x200 Baby Falak dies of cardiac arrest at AIIMSBaby Falak, two-year old small but battered baby girl who battled from two-months for survival, is no more and dies in New Delhi yesterday night on March 15 following a cardiac arrest.

At 9.40 pm of Thursday, Falak who had shocked the country with her a very distressing painful experience in the recent past, breathed last at AIIMS trauma centre after an “unexpected” heart attack.

Declaring her big shocking death, Dr Deepak Aggarwal, senior professor with the institute’s neurosurgery department, said, “It was unexpected. She was fit to be discharged. She had a cardiac arrest at 9pm. We tried to revive her for almost 40 minutes.”

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NRHM will now National Health Mission

Under 12the Plan, Indian Government is seeking forward to grant the approval of conversion of the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) into a National Health Mission.

Its plan supports the purpose to ensure the free delivery of health meditation in public health institutions to the urban poor without time limit.

Therefore, the government will now strengthen district hospitals to provide advanced level secondary care under the National Programme for Prevention and Control of Cancer, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases & Stroke and The National Programme for Health Care of the Elderly.

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Doctors save life of a man pierced by iron rods

PGI Rohtak 300x231 Doctors save life of a man pierced by iron rodsThe doctors of Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS), Rohtak has given a new birth to Naveen, 29 years youth who was facing a critical condition as pierced through his body by two iron rods.

Under six-hours long operation, a team of doctor MG Vashisht, Kuldeep Lallar, Ashok Chehal, Ashish and Kiran, has succeed to undertake challenge to left out iron bars without much harm to Naveen’s organs.

However all the challenging task has completed under the supervision of SS Lochab, head of the cardiac surgery department.

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Nurses extend strike, Demanding better salaries and work conditions

Nurses Strike 300x203 Nurses extend strike, Demanding better salaries and work conditionsThere is a little relief breath for govt. as staff nurses of Fortis Malar Hospital struck off their strike on Wednesday, but strike by Apollo Hospitals are still continuing.

Demanding better salaries and work conditions, strike crisis has been staring at these two hospitals that dealt with postponed at least 40 surgeries.

Due to strike the operating services of nurses in hospitals has been lacked and that’s the reason the hospital authorities decided earlier in the day to stopped new admissions and take up only urgent surgeries.

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Sexual problems could lead to migraines

Who feel migraines and headache problems may be affected by sexual problems, and this is highly incurred in the women.

As per latest research, 90 per cent of women with migraines and tension-type headaches also have sexual problems, and 29 per cent of these women are stressed about their sex lives.

The researchers revealed study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, the migraines and tension-type headaches are linked with the sexual pain and hypoactive sexual desire disorder, while women with chronic tension-type headaches were more likely to have sexual distress.

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Baby Falak recovery fast, discharge expected soon: AIIMS Doctors

baby falak 300x200 Baby Falak recovery fast, discharge expected soon: AIIMS DoctorsNow after fighting for survival from one and half month at the premier AIIMS Trauma Centre, Falak, the two-year-old battered baby seems to be discharged very soon with having signs of improvement.

Talking to reporters about Falak’s health improvement, Deepak Agrawal, assistant professor (neurosurgery) at the AIIMS Trauma Centre said, “She is showing body movements and moving her limbs, she has survived now.”

Agrawal is the one out of a team of 10 resident doctors who has been putting their full efforts to save the life of Falak for the past 43 days.

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Sleep quality improves with age, says study

“Older adult may better enjoy good sleep than younger”, this proved by a telephonic study of more than 150,000 adults’ suggestions that admitted, after cross the age of 40s, sleep quality gets better with age.

As per study conducted by the Center for Sleep and Circadian Neurobiology at the University of Pennsylvania, the researchers found that people in their 80s had reported better sleep and the fewest complaints about sleep disturbances and daytime fatigue compared to other age groups.

However the researchers had asked questions for their subjective opinion to volunteers about their race, income, education, mood and general health to measure their sleep hours and disturbances.

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