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Over 30 dengue cases reported in Bihar

Over 30 dengue cases reported in Bihar

24 Oct 2014

Patna: With more than 30 dengue cases reported in Bihar till Friday, the Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) here has set up a separate ward for dengue patients and the state government has sounded an alert, officials said.

dengue cases in Bihar,   Bihar,   dengue cases,   Patna Medical College and Hospital,   PMCH,   dengue patients,  
 Flu vaccine may prevent <strong>heart</strong> disease: Study

Flu vaccine may prevent heart disease: Study

22 Oct 2014

London : Flu vaccines may hold the key to developing a new vaccine against the deadly heart disease,scientists have found.Flu vaccines are known to have a protective effect against heart disease, reducing the risk of a heart attack.

Flu vaccines,  Heart disease,   Heart Attack,   Dr Veljkovic,   ,  
Apple iPad app detects signs of glaucoma in <strong>patients</strong>

Apple iPad app detects signs of glaucoma in patients

21 Oct 2014

Washington: Using an iPad-based app, a team of researchers from the US has successfully detected early signs of glaucoma in nearly 200 patients in Nepal.

Apple Inc,   Apple app,   iPad,   iPad app,   Researchers Glaucoma,   Patients,   Visual Fields Easy,  
<strong>Heart</strong> attacks not connected to family history, reveals study

Heart attacks not connected to family history, reveals study

21 Oct 2014

New York: Your lifestyle choices and environment decide whether you will have a heart attack or not, not your genes, said a study.

Heart attacks,   lifestyle choices,   genes,   coronary artery disease,   heart,  
<strong>Heart</strong> attack ups depression risk in women

Heart attack ups depression risk in women

20 Oct 2014

London: Women are at a higher risk of developing anxiety and depression after a heart attack than men, new research shows.

Heart attack,   depression risk in women,   anxiety,   depression,   risk of death,   smoking,   physical activity,  
Vegetative <strong>patients</strong> show 'hidden consciousness'

Vegetative patients show 'hidden consciousness'

17 Oct 2014

London: Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have discovered hidden signatures in the brains of people in a vegetative state, a finding which suggests that some patients who are in a coma may be aware despite being unable to communicate.

Vegetative patients,   hidden consciousness,   brain,   magnetic resonance imaging,   MRI,  
Brain surgery through cheek bone for epilepsy <strong>patients</strong>

Brain surgery through cheek bone for epilepsy patients

16 Oct 2014

New York: Researchers have developed a robotic device for people suffering from epilepsy that would enter through the cheek bone, thereby avoiding having to drill through the skull besides being much closer to the target area.

Brain surgery,   epilepsy patients,   robotic device,   cheek bone,   nickel-titanium needle,   MRI,  
Mental stress affects male, female <strong>heart</strong> differently

Mental stress affects male, female heart differently

13 Oct 2014

Washington: Impact of mental stress on heart varies for men and women, says a study. While men have more changes in blood pressure and heart rate in response to mental stress, more women experience myocardial ischemia, decreased blood flow to the heart, the study found.

Mental stress,   heart,   blood pressure,   myocardial ischemia,   heart disease,   ,  
Now, post-operative nursing at home for <strong>heart</strong> <strong>patients</strong>

Now, post-operative nursing at home for heart patients

23 May 2014

Kolkata: Ensuring continued healthcare delivery for heart patients after surgery, a leading private hospital here will roll out nursing services at home - a first for east India.

post-operative nursing,   heart patients,   CK Birla Group of Hospitals,   Homecare Nursing Service,   S P Singh,   CK Birla Healthcare,   Calcutta Medical Research Institute,   care post-discharge,   ,  
Mental stress affects male and female <strong>heart</strong> differently

Mental stress affects male and female heart differently

13 Oct 2014

Washington: Impact of mental stress on heart varies for men and women, says a study. While men have more changes in blood pressure and heart rate in response to mental stress, more women experience myocardial ischemia - decreased blood flow to the heart, it found.

Mental stress,   Male,   female,   heart,   myocardial ischemia,   blood,   cardio-vascular health,  

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