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Want to stay sharp? Develop a rich vocabulary

Want to stay sharp? Develop a rich vocabulary

23 Oct 2014

London: Possessing a good vocabulary could shield you from incipient dementia when age catches up with you, a study has found.

vocabulary,   good vocabulary,   dementia,   brain,   cognitive reserve,   cognitive impairment,  
AB blood type more likely to develop <strong>dementia</strong> risk

AB blood type more likely to develop dementia risk

11 Sep 2014

Washington: People with the least common blood type ‘AB’, are more likely to develop thinking and memory problems that can lead to dementia in later years than people with other blood types, says a study.

AB blood type,   dementia risk,   memory problems,   cognitive impairment,   dementia,   ,  
PM Modi calls for better economy in SAARC, announces immediate medical visa for <strong>treatment</strong> in India

PM Modi calls for better economy in SAARC, announces immediate medical visa for treatment in India

26 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday called for a better economy in SAARC, expressing concern that under 5 percent of the region's global trade takes place between its eight member countries. Modi also promised that India will provide immediate medical visa for the patient and an attendant for treatment in the country.

PM Modi,   better economy in SAARC,   immediate medical visa,   India,   SAARC Summit,   world leaders,   Nepal,  
Shorter tuberculosis <strong>treatment</strong> not a successful alternative: Study

Shorter tuberculosis treatment not a successful alternative: Study

24 Oct 2014

London: A shortened four months treatment for tuberculosis may not be a successful alternative to the current six-month standard treatment, scientists have found.

tuberculosis,   TB,   health problem,   TB patient,   highly endemic TB,  
<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 ,  
India sends aircraft, vessels carrying large consignment of water to Maldives

India sends aircraft, vessels carrying large consignment of water to Maldives

05 Dec 2014

Male/New Delhi: With the Maldivian capital facing an acute water crisis after a fire in the city's water treatment plant, India on Friday sent an IAF transport aircraft and naval vessels carrying a large consignment of water to meet the immediate requirement of over 100,000 people.

Maldivian capital,   Water crisis,   Water treatment plant,   India,   IAF transport aircraft,   Naval vessels,   India Maldives relations,  
Indore patients free to buy medicine from shop of their choice

Indore patients free to buy medicine from shop of their choice

09 Dec 2014

Indore: In a big relief to patients here, the district administration on Tuesday issued a prohibitory order under which an ailing person cannot be forced to buy medicines or other equipment from a particular shop and cannot be compelled to undergo medical tests at some specific centre.

Indore patients,   medical treatment,   medical tests,   force to buy medicines from particular shop,   medicine shop,   medical tests,   private hospitals,   nursing homes,  
A healthy heart key to healthy head!

A healthy heart key to healthy head!

06 Jan 2012

Want to stave off dementia? All you need to do is to keep your heart healthy, says a new study led by an Indian-origin researcher.

Healthy heart keep brain healthy,   Treatment for dementia,   Reason behind Healthy brain,   Research done on dementia treatment,   Dementia ,  
Simple test to detect Alzheimer's risk

Simple test to detect Alzheimer's risk

22 Sep 2014

Toronto: A simple test that combines thinking and movement, in people, can help detect heightened risk of developing Alzheimer's disease even before there are any telltale behavioural signs of dementia, a study shows.

Alzheimer's risk,   Alzheimer,   dementia,   mild cognitive impairment,   MCI,   Alzheimer's Disease,  
Aggressive <strong>treatment</strong> may not kill resistant pathogens

Aggressive treatment may not kill resistant pathogens

04 Oct 2014

Washington: A study has questioned the accepted wisdom that aggressive treatment with high-drug dosages over long duration is the best way to stem the emergence and spread of resistant pathogens.

Aggressive treatment,   pathogens,   high-drug dosage,   microbes,   parasites,  

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