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Less Medicine, More Health: 7 Assumptions That Drive Too Much Medical Care
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What medical treatment best suits you?

A significant number of people still go to A&E departments when there are other services that would better suit their health needs. With the critical shortage of beds evident across our region, we've compiled a list to help you. Not sure where you ..., 1 week ago

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Why some people can't resist alcohol

The findings move researchers closer to identifying those at risk for addiction early and designing better drug treatments to help people stop drinking. NEW YORK: Researchers from the Virginia Commonwealth University have discovered a biological clue that ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago

Bengal hospitals refusing swine flu patients: NGO tells Mamata

NGO People for Better Treatment (PBT) has termed as "unlawful" the refusal to treat swine flu patients by certain hospitals in West Bengal, and said it would move court if the state government fails to meet its demands of ensuring proper treatment for all ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Patients' life-sustaining treatments may be influenced by their ICU  Endocrine Today5 days ago Swine flu: 'Too many cases. Hopefully numbers will fall soon'  Rediff.com1 month ago

Obesity has six types not one

There are six different types of obese people and targeting them by type results in better treatment than a one-size-fits-all approach, says a study.The six groups identified by researchers from the University of Sheffield in Britain are young males who were ...
 Prokerala2 days ago

Can simply cutting down on glucose kill cancer cells better than chemo?

Not only is cancer a killer, but the cost for treating the disease in its various forms is putting a death grip on people's finances. In fact, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality reported that direct medical costs to treat cancer in the ...
 Examiner.com2 weeks ago A better biomarker to predict cetuximab response in CRC patients  Medical News Today1 week ago Kiwis holding off cancer for longer  The Press NZ5 days ago Benefits advice for cancer sufferers  Noodls5 days ago

Twitter can help doctors treat patients better

This challenges common opinion that physicians are reluctant to jump on the social media bandwagon. "Many people go online for health information, but little research has been done on who is participating in these discussions or what is being shared," said ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago
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Shorter people have bigger risk of heart disease

Researchers hope that further study of the genes implicated in height and heart disease may lead to better prevention and treatment in the future. Short people face a greater lifetime risk of clogged arteries, according to a study out ...
 Free Malaysia Today1 week ago Shame Linked to Heightened Suicide Risk  General Medicine eJournal6 days ago Researchers discover why short people have higher CV risk week ago Short people more prone to heart diseases  Iran Daily1 week ago

You Do Not Need to be a 'Licensed Doctor' to Help Treat Poor People in Cambodia

When the phone rings, the 55-year-old former Khmer Rouge soldier, Ken Mon grabs a bag stuffed full of medicine, jumps on his motorbike and heads for an impoverished Cambodian village with the haste of any diligent local doctor. Yet Mon has no formal ...
 MedIndia1 week ago

Better to get killed quickly than suffer like this: Yemeni civilians pay high price for strikes (GRAPHIC VIDEO)

13:59 Edited time: April 09, 2015 17:27 People gather on the wreckage of a house destroyed by an air strike in the Bait Rejal village west of Yemen's capital Sanaa April 7, 2015. (Reuters/Khaled Abdullah) A crying girl whose family ...
 Russia Today1 week ago

PM urges better treatment of Nepali workers in Qatar

KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala today expressed serious concern about the working condition of Nepali labourers in Qatar and urged Qatari officials to take care of hundreds of thousands of Nepalis working in the Gulf state. The Prime ...
 Himalayan Times2 weeks ago
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