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Safer suit for Ebola workers developed

Safer suit for Ebola workers developed

22 Dec 2014

Washington: An advanced protective suit which may reduce the risk of infection for health care workers who treat Ebola patients has been developed. The suit, devised by Johns Hopkins University researchers, is one of the first five awardees in a federal funding contest in the US aimed at quickly devising new tools to combat the deadly Ebola.

Safer suit,   Ebola,  Africa,   Ebola patients,   US,  
Drinking from chemical-laden cans may raise BP: Study

Drinking from chemical-laden cans may raise BP: Study

10 Dec 2014

Seoul: A common coating used in soft drink cans could cause high blood pressure and put heart patients at risk, a new study has warned. The consumption of BPA, a chemical used as an epoxy lining for cans and plastic bottles, has been associated with high blood pressure and heart rate variability.

soft drink cans,   chemical-laden cans,   blood pressure,   BP,   heart patients,   plastic bottles,   BPA,  
AIIMS to provide shelter to <strong>patients</strong>, relatives in winter

AIIMS to provide shelter to patients, relatives in winter

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With the slump in the temperature and cold winds sweeping across the national capital, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has geared up to provide night shelters to the patients and their relatives who fail to get a bed and have to camp outside the premiere institution.

Temperature,   Cold winds,   All India Institute of Medical Sciences,   AIIMS,   Night shelters,   Patients,   Relatives,  
Rush-hour traffic dangerous to <strong>heart</strong> disease <strong>patients</strong>

Rush-hour traffic dangerous to heart disease patients

09 Dec 2014

Washington: Heart disease patients should think twice before stepping out during rush hour traffic, a new study suggests.

Heart disease patients,   rush hour traffic,   traffic dangerous to heart,   cardiovascular effects of pollution,   air pollution,  
Anti-diabetic drug new hope for TB <strong>patients</strong>: Study

Anti-diabetic drug new hope for TB patients: Study

18 Dec 2014

Singapore: A study has found that metformin (MET), a drug for treating diabetes can also be used to boost the efficacy of tuberculosis (TB) medication without inducing drug resistance.

tuberculosis,   TB,   diabetes,   metformin,   drug,   anti-diabetic drug,   air-borne infection ,  
Even mild <strong>heart</strong> disease increases mortality risk for diabetic <strong>patients</strong>

Even mild heart disease increases mortality risk for diabetic patients

02 Dec 2014

New York: A large-scale study involving 40,000 patients from 17 centres around the world has found that diabetic patients with even mild coronary artery disease face the risk of a heart attack.

mild heart disease,   mortality risk,   diabetic patients,   mild coronary artery disease,   heart attack ,  
Yoga as good as aerobics for reducing <strong>heart</strong> disease risk

Yoga as good as aerobics for reducing heart disease risk

16 Dec 2014

Washington: Yoga - an ancient mind-body practice which originated in India - may work just as good as aerobic exercise, biking and brisk walking in lowering the risk of heart disease, scientists have found.

Yoga,   India,   reduced risk of heart diseases,   cardiovascular disease,   potentially effective therapy,   cardiovascular health,   BMI,   blood pressure,   lipid levels,   ,  
Start yoga to reduce <strong>heart</strong> disease risk

Start yoga to reduce heart disease risk

16 Dec 2014

New York: If you are unable to hit the gym or go on a morning walk, begin yoga at home to cut your cardiovascular disease risk.

yoga benefits,   cardiovascular disease risk,   heart disease risk,   yoga therapy,   cardiovascular health,   physical activities,   aerobic exercise,  
3D-printed <strong>heart</strong> models can treat <strong>patients</strong> better

3D-printed heart models can treat patients better

20 Nov 2014

New York: An experimental 3D printed model of the heart may help surgeons treat patients born with complicated heart disorders, a significant study shows.

3D-printed heart models,   3D printed model,   heart,   heart disorders,   X-ray,   ultrasound,   MRI,   ,  
Migraine may double the risk of facial paralysis: Study

Migraine may double the risk of facial paralysis: Study

18 Dec 2014

Taipei: Migraine may double the risk of a nervous system condition that causes facial paralysis called Bell's palsy, new research says.

Migraine,   facial paralysis,   Bell's palsy,   nervous system condition,   Infection,   inflammation,   heart,   vascular problems,   ,  

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