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New Study Finds Babies with Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy Ar...

A randomized controlled study compared full-term infants with moderate to severe encephalopathy who received standard therapy — hypothermia for 72 hours to a depth of 33.0°C to 34.0°C — to similar babies who were cooled to 32°C, kept cooled ... Neurology Today, 2 days ago

Now, a biodegradable lens to cure glaucoma

COIMBATORE: Optical lenses for glaucoma are quite common, but a biodegradable lens that helps administer medicine with higher efficiency is in the making. Mridula P Menon has designed a contact lens that can be used to administer a glaucoma drug to ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Bar & Bench

2014 - What happened at the Supreme Court of IndiaNew

Like the year that preceded it, 2014 turned out to be very eventful for the apex court of the country. Myriad controversies, debates and judgements of significant impact ensured that the Supreme Court of India remained in the news throughout the ...
 Bar & Bench2 weeks ago

Longer Cooling, Lower Temperature No Improvement for Infant Oxygen Deprivation

NIH network findings do not support changing current treatment The standard treatment for newborns whose brains were deprived of oxygen appears to work better than proposed alternatives, according to a study from a National Institutes of ...
 National Institutes of Health3 weeks ago No Mortality Benefit for Longer, Deeper Cooling in NICU  Noodls3 weeks ago
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Greater Cooling of Oxygen-Deprived Infants Fails to Improve Survival

By Robert Preidt, HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Dec. 23, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Longer and colder body cooling does not reduce the risk of death in newborns who have brain damage from a lack of oxygen, a new study finds. The risk of death ...
 US News & World Report1 month ago
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Centre to unite all through the arts

The new Swara Community Arts Centre will bring together people from all backgrounds through music and dance, writes Aref Omar LOCAL sitar maestro Samuel J Dass needs no introduction. Having made waves with his dexterous and melodic playing, ...
 New Straits Times1 month ago
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

"As U.S. Cases of Skin Cancer Rise, Costs Skyrocket, Too," Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center/Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

Federal officials knew that the number of new skin cancer cases in the U.S. was going up, rising from 3.4 million annually in 20022006 to 4.9 million a year in 20072011. But little was known about the costs associated with that increase, Guy said. ...
 Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center2 months ago

Rethink our healthcare policy

ATUL GAWANDE is a Harvard trained Indian American surgeon who has become something of a celebrity. His articles regularly appear in the New Yorker . His Being Mortal has hit bestseller lists and he is invited to speak on prime-time talk shows. ...
 The Sun Daily2 months ago
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