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Acupuncture may not improve chronic knee <strong>pain</strong>

Acupuncture may not improve chronic knee pain

02 Oct 2014

Sydney: Among patients older than 50 years with moderate to severe chronic knee pain, acupuncture does not improve discomfort any more than 'sham' acupuncture, says a new study.

Acupuncture,   chronic knee pain,   knee pain,   sham acupuncture,   needle acupuncture,   laser acupuncture,   ,  
<strong>Vaccination</strong> alerts now on mobile

Vaccination alerts now on mobile

13 Mar 2014

New Delhi: The Indian Academy of Paediatrics (IAP) on Thursday launched a new service which will alert parents about the immunisation schedule of their children through a text message on their mobile.

Vaccination,   Indian Academy of Paediatrics,   mobile,   alert,   Vodafone,   Rohit Adya,   Union Health Ministry,  
Cigarette ash can help remove arsenic from water

Cigarette ash can help remove arsenic from water

16 Oct 2014

Beijing: Discarded cigarette ash can provide a simple, low-cost method to remove arsenic, a well-known poison, from drinking water, scientists have found.

Cigarette ash,   arsenic,   poison,   drinking water,   skin discolouration,   stomach pain,  
Daily meditation may reduce migraine <strong>pain</strong>

Daily meditation may reduce migraine pain

13 Sep 2014

New York: For those suffering from migraine attacks, daily meditation might be a good idea for instant relief. During a small study, researchers assessed the safety, feasibility and effects of a standardized meditation and yoga intervention called mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) in adults with migraines.

Daily meditation,   migraine pain,   meditation,   yoga,  headache,   ,  
Baby fingerprints to improve global immunisation coverage

Baby fingerprints to improve global immunisation coverage

28 Sep 2014

New York: Fingerprints of infants and toddlers have the potential to accurately record immunisations and improve vaccination coverage, especially in developing countries, says a study led by an Indian-origin researcher.

New York,   fingerprints,   infants,   toddlers,   immunisations,   vaccination coverage,   developing countries,   Indian-origin researcher,  
Chronic <strong>pain</strong> may make you lethargic: Study

Chronic pain may make you lethargic: Study

04 Aug 2014

Washington: If you are suffering from chronic pain, it may affect the brain in such a way that it decreases your motivation level even after popping painkillers, says a study.

Neil Schwartz,   Stanford University,   California,   Acute pain,   chronic pain,   lethargic,  
ECG, blood test must for chest <strong>pain</strong> sufferers: Study

ECG, blood test must for chest pain sufferers: Study

28 Jul 2014

London: Suffering from chest pain? Do not take it lightly for indigestion or gas pain. Better get an electrocardiogram (ECG) and blood test done to rule out the worst and avoid hospitalisation.

ECG,   blood test,   chest pain,   study,   pain,   hospitalisation,  
Centre assures all-out health care assistance to flood-hit J&K

Centre assures all-out health care assistance to flood-hit J&K

14 Sep 2014

Srinagar: Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Sunday said all assistance will be provided to the state health authorities to tackle any possible epidemic in the aftermath of the devastating floods.

Harsh Vardhan,   J&K floods,   Omar Abdullah,   health related relief,   measles vaccination,  
Aspirin not only prevents <strong>pain</strong> but also hastens recovery

Aspirin not only prevents pain but also hastens recovery

25 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A new study suggests that Aspirin dual effect in acting in pain. The drug is quite effective not only in preventing inflammation and pain, but also in hastening the end of inflammation and promotes recovery.

Aspirin,   dual effect,   biochemical tools,   pain,   cyclooxygenase,   inflammation,  
Rajnath Singh to be discharged from hospital

Rajnath Singh to be discharged from hospital

14 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will soon be discharged from a hospital where he was admitted after he complained of pain in his abdomen, an official said on Thursday.

Rajnath Singh,   Home Minister,   AIIMS,   Abdomen pain,  

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