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'CHAMP' app to help infants with heart defects

'CHAMP' app to help infants with heart defects

20 Nov 2014

New York: A new app to directly connect infants who have had a critical heart surgery with doctors has been created.

New app,   Infants,   Heart surgery,   Doctors,   CHAMP app,   Health app,  
Injured Michael Clarke may recover in time for India Tests

Injured Michael Clarke may recover in time for India Tests

19 Nov 2014

Melbourne: Australian skipper Michael Clarke, who is struggling with his hamstring injury, could be fit in time for the upcoming four Tests against India starting December 4, with reports surfacing that the batsman may not require surgery.

Australian captain,   Michael Clarke,   Hamstring injury,   Tests,   India,   Surgery,  
Electronic '<strong>tongue</strong>' mimics how people distinguish tastes

Electronic 'tongue' mimics how people distinguish tastes

13 Nov 2014

Washington: Scientists have developed a new inexpensive and highly sensitive electronic 'tongue' that could sample food and drinks as a quality check before they hit the stores. The electronic 'tongue' could also monitor water for pollutants or test blood for signs of disease, researchers said.

Scientists have developed,   new inexpensive,   highly sensitive electronic tongue,   sample food and drinks,   monitor water for pollutants,   test blood for signs of disease,  
Weight-loss <strong>surgery</strong> could improve kidney function

Weight-loss surgery could improve kidney function

17 Nov 2014

Washington: In addition to helping patients to shed flab, weight loss surgery may also improve their kidney function, a new study says.

Weight-loss surgery,   kidney function,   shed flab,   kidney,   kidney disease,   Weight-loss,  
Common antibacterial in soap may harm liver

Common antibacterial in soap may harm liver

18 Nov 2014

New York: Long-term exposure to triclosan, found in soaps, shampoos, toothpastes and many other household items, may cause liver fibrosis and cancer, an alarming study suggests.

Long-term exposure,   triclosan,   found in soaps,   shampoos,   toothpastes,   household items,   cause liver fibrosis,   cancer,  
<strong>Surgery</strong> works better than chemo session for <strong>tongue</strong> <strong>cancer</strong>

Surgery works better than chemo session for tongue cancer

27 Dec 2013

New York:  Surgery works better for those suffering from tongue or oral cavity cancer as compared to chemotherapy sessions. New York:  Surgery, and not chemotherapy sessions, works better for those suffering from tongue or oral cavity cancer.

tongue cancer,  oral cancer,   surgery for tongue cancer,   chemo session for tongue cancer,   chemo session for oral cancer,  
Oral <strong>cancer</strong> virus spreads via oral, genital route

Oral cancer virus spreads via oral, genital route

12 Nov 2014

Toronto: Transmission of human papillomavirus (HPV) occurs via oral-oral and oral-genital routes, says new research.

Oral cancer,   cancer,   virus,   genital route,   oral route,   HPV,   sexually transmitted cancer,  
Nadda to lay foundation stones of 2 <strong>cancer</strong> hospitals in Punjab

Nadda to lay foundation stones of 2 cancer hospitals in Punjab

15 Nov 2014

Chandigarh: Union Health Minister J P Nadda will soon lay foundation stones of two cancer hospitals at Fazilka and Hoshiarpur in Punjab and has issued instructions to expedite the proceedings so the work on these projects could start soon.

Union Health Minister,   J P Nadda,   foundation stones,   two cancer hospitals,   Fazilka and Hoshiarpur,   Punjab,   expedite the proceedings,  
Lactose intolerants at lower risk of certain cancers: Study

Lactose intolerants at lower risk of certain cancers: Study

06 Nov 2014

London: People with lactose intolerance are at lower risk of suffering from lung, breast and ovarian cancers, according to a new study.

Lactose intolerants,   lower risk,   cancer,   lung cancer,   breast cancer,   ovarian cancer,   Jianguang Ji,  
Now control your headache with a remote control

Now control your headache with a remote control

05 Nov 2014

New Delhi: With a newer technology, one having enervating headache can shoot out his pain by just toggling a remote hand-held device. Medical science has made this miraculous possibility real, but only for a particular condition-- occipital neuralgia.

headache,   remote control,   occipital neuralgia,   George Johnston,   brain surgery,   Mumbai,   surgery,  

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