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Eye implant could lead to better glaucoma treatments

Eye implant could lead to better glaucoma treatments

27 Aug 2014

Washington: A tiny eye implant developed by Stanford researchers could pair with a smartphone to improve the way doctors’ measure and lower a patient's eye pressure to treat glaucoma.

Eye implant,   glaucoma treatment,   smartphone,   eye pressure,   glaucoma,   Internal optic pressure,  
<strong>Dementia</strong> cases to treble worldwide by 2050: Report

Dementia cases to treble worldwide by 2050: Report

06 Dec 2013

London: The number of people living with dementia worldwide is set to treble and reach 135 million by 2050, according to a new analysis.

Dementia,   dementia worldwide,   Alzheimer's disease,   dementia public policy,   vaccination for Alzheimer's,   Alzheimer's treatment ,  
Blood proteins predicting onset of Alzheimer's identified: Study

Blood proteins predicting onset of Alzheimer's identified: Study

09 Jul 2014

London: British scientists have identified ten proteins in the blood which can predict the onset of Alzheimer's disease, marking a significant step towards developing blood test for the disease, according to a scientific report published on Tuesday.

blood test,   Alzheimer disease,   dementia,   proteins in blood,   blood test for Alzheimers,  
Being cynical may hurt your brain health: Study

Being cynical may hurt your brain health: Study

29 May 2014

Washington: People with high levels of cynical distrust may be more likely to develop dementia, according to a new study.

Brain health,   dementia,   brain,   cynical distrust,   development of dementia,   cynicism,   ,  
Centre financing schemes for sewage <strong>treatment</strong> plants: Venkaiah Naidu

Centre financing schemes for sewage treatment plants: Venkaiah Naidu

24 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Union government is impressing upon state governments and municipal bodies to incorporate rain water harvesting projects in their urban plans, Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said on Thursday.

Union government,   Venkaiah Naidu,   Urban Development,   Rajya Sabha,   water harvesting,   Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission ,  
Cheaper drug more effective in heart attack <strong>treatment</strong>

Cheaper drug more effective in heart attack treatment

07 Jul 2014

London: A drug used to prevent blood clot formation during emergency heart attack treatment could result in improved outcomes compared to another drug which is in widespread use in high-income countries, and is around 400 times more expensive.

Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention,   heart attack,   heart problems,   drugs for heart problem,   PPCI,   bivalirudin,  
Three die of encephalitis in Arunachal, 17 others affected

Three die of encephalitis in Arunachal, 17 others affected

08 Aug 2014

Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Health and Family Welfare Minister Kalikho Pul said on Friday that three persons have died of encephalitis in the state and 17 persons tested positive.

Health,   encephalitis,   symptomatic treatment,   public safety,   malaria deaths,  
Water supply may be hit in Noida, Sahibabad

Water supply may be hit in Noida, Sahibabad

18 Aug 2014

Ghaziabad: Water supply to areas in Sahibabad and Noida will be affected in the coming days as the Pratap Vihar-based Gangajal Treatment Plant will be shut from Monday due to non-supply of water from Gang Nahar.

Water supply in NOIDA,   Sahibabad,   Gangajal Treatment Plant,   Haridwar water supply stopped,  
Rotten egg gas holds key to healthcare therapies

Rotten egg gas holds key to healthcare therapies

11 Jul 2014

London:  It may smell of flatulence and have a reputation for being highly toxic but when used in the right dosage, hydrogen sulfide may offer health benefits in a range of diseases such as diabetes, heart attack and dementia.

Rotten egg gas,   Rotten egg gas health benefits,   Rotten egg healthcare therapies,   egg,   heart attack,   Dementia,  
Scientists make genetic breakthrough in malaria <strong>treatment</strong>

Scientists make genetic breakthrough in malaria treatment

02 Jul 2014

Beijing: Scientists have discovered the key gene behind severe malaria, a finding that may provide new strategies for the treatment and prevention of the deadly disease.

Scientists,   genetic breakthrough,   malaria treatment,   key gene,   severe malaria,  

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