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Personalised medicines on way for prostate cancer <strong>patients</strong>?

Personalised medicines on way for prostate cancer patients?

28 Mar 2015

Kolkata: Paving the way for personalised medicine, Indian scientists have identified for the first time various genetic alterations found in prostate cancer patients in the country, a development that could aid clinicians diagnose, decide and select the most effective and precise therapy for the person.

Omega-3 fatty acids,   personalised medicine,   cancer patients,   prostate cancer ,  
Micropacemaker to treat foetus with <strong>heart</strong> block

Micropacemaker to treat foetus with heart block

28 Mar 2015

New York: In a first, researchers have designed a fully implantable micropacemaker for use in a foetus with complete heart block.Reported in the journal Heart Rhythm, the micropacemaker has been designated a Humanitarian Use Device by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Micropacemaker,   foetus,   treat foetus,   heart block,  
Landmark procedure set to transform <strong>heart</strong> transplantation

Landmark procedure set to transform heart transplantation

27 Mar 2015

London: British surgeons have performed the first heart transplant in Europe using a non-beating heart, a landmark new procedure which would significantly increase the availability of hearts for people waiting for a transplant.

heart transplantation,   non-beating heart,   transplant,   heart donor,  
Doctors develop 'App' that monitors heart's health status

Doctors develop 'App' that monitors heart's health status

27 Mar 2015

Thane: A team of doctors here have developed a mobile application through which the health status of heart could be monitored at any time of the day by calculating the risks and giving recommendations on how to avert heart conditions in future.

Human Heart,   heart's health status,   mobile app,   Heart Health Meter,  
New jumping spider with mating plug discovered

New jumping spider with mating plug discovered

27 Mar 2015

Thiruvananthapuram:  Researchers at Kochi's Sacred Heart College have discovered a new little jumping spider belonging to the Salticidae family in the Western Ghats.The new spider is remarkable for the presence of mating plugs, which are supposed function as the paternity protection devices.

Kochi,   Sacred Heart College,   Salticidae family,   Spider,   Western Ghats ,  
Gene analysis can trace spread of drug-resistant TB

Gene analysis can trace spread of drug-resistant TB

25 Mar 2015

London: Researchers in Britain have used genetic analysis of the tuberculosis (TB) bacteria to trace the fatal spread of multidrug- resistant TB between patients.

Gene analysis,   drug-resistant,   tuberculosis,   bacteria,   TB patients ,  
Managing stress uplifts mood in breast cancer <strong>patients</strong>

Managing stress uplifts mood in breast cancer patients

23 Mar 2015

New York: Providing women with skills to manage stress early in their breast cancer treatment can improve their mood and quality of life many years later, says a new study.

Managing stress,   breast cancer,   women,   stress management,   American Cancer Society,  
'Multiple pregnancies put mother at <strong>heart</strong> disease risk'

'Multiple pregnancies put mother at heart disease risk'

24 Mar 2015

New York: Women who give birth to four or more children are at higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases than women who have fewer children, says Indian-American researcher Monika Sanghavi from University of Texas's Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.

Multiple pregnancies,   heart disease,   cardiovascular disease,   higher blood sugar ,  
Smoking parents put kids at high <strong>heart</strong> attack risk

Smoking parents put kids at high heart attack risk

24 Mar 2015

Melbourne:  Smoking in front of your kids puts them at higher risk of developing heart disease in adulthood, says a new study.

Smoking,   Parents,   Kids,   Heart attack,   Costan Magnussen,   Menzies Institute for Medical Research,  
Ten <strong>heart</strong> wrenching photographs that left people in tears

Ten heart wrenching photographs that left people in tears

20 Mar 2015

Human life is full of different emotions. There are many moments in life that would have teared us apart while some gave us goose-bumps.

heart wrenching photos,   heart touching photos,   painful photos,   Bhopal Gas Tragedy,   most powerful photos,  

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