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...  At least half a million babies and children become ill with tuberculosis (TB) each year, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Stop TB Partnership. Photographer Carlos Cazalis, ...
...  according to the report published in in the March 23 issue of the CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR). The study, released to coincide with World TB Day, also found that the TB rate was ...
... - and this is true everywhere, in the world, pretty much - I have had no involvement with the decision-making regarding whether that person wanted to be a donor, whatever's lead up to all of that person ...
One of the world's leading researchers into spinal cord injuries says China could hold the key to a cure that he has been searching for since he met late actor Christopher Reeve in the 1990s. US-based ...
... in short, bears no comparison to the rigorous world of health-care certification.” Anyone who chooses to can hang out a shingle and call himself a yoga therapist. Licensing requirements exist for beauticians ...
19 February 2012 Last updated at 20:29 ET By Fergus Walsh BBC medical correspondent, in Delhi Hundreds of Rotary members from around the world are ...
... The NINDS mission is to reduce the burden of neurological disease — a burden borne by every age group, by every segment of society, by people all over the world. About the National ...
... paper. Toward the end, Dr. Olney communicated with the world through a computer that responded to his eye movements, with the words appearing on a screen. Since October, his ability to ...
... of Manipulative Medicine, and the Orange County Neurological Society. He is chairman of the Research Council of the World Federation of Chiropractic and serves as president of World Spine Care, a non-profit ...
... common pediatric macular degeneration. And the second trial was to treat patients who have dry AMD, which is the leading cause of blindness in the developed world. And in both studies, we turn the embryonic ...
... to progressive deterioration of vision. The other has age-related macular degeneration, the main cause of blindness in the developed world. Both patients had such poor vision they were registered blind. ...
... field by abruptly halting the world’s first clinical trial based on embryonic stem cells — one aimed at treating spinal cord injury. Geron, which has not published results from the aborted trial, also ...
... Mark Williams is the author of "Mindfulness: An Eight-week Plan For Finding Peace in a Frantic World." He's also professor of clinical psychology at the University of Oxford in England. He joins us from ...
... whether mice given the drug more than three hours after the injury may also benefit. The next step is to test the drug in the real world at the Small Animal Hospital of Texas A&M University, which ...
... the world” End QuoteKate RowlandMeningitis UK More than 60% of bacterial meningitis cases in Chile involve type B, but two doses of the vaccine appeared to offer almost 100% protection. The researchers ...
... for Tomorrow "The research team that enabled this honour is currently working at full pelt because we think we have an important lead in the treatment of obesity, the world's most dangerous pandemic, and ...
... Scotland and the rest of the UK where sunshine levels are low for large parts of the year. Scotland has the greatest incidence of multiple sclerosis of any country in the world." Dr Doug Brown, head of ...
... the struggle to understand and beat Alzheimer's, which now afflicts more than 5 million Americans. Worldwide, a staggering 1 percent of all economic output is spent caring for and treating people with ...
... the disorders that affects fewer than 20 people worldwide. Using cutting-edge “disease-in a-dish” technology, researchers funded by the National... Embargoed for Release Sunday, November ...
... community that lifted us up and was helping us through this really difficult time.” Online fund-raising — a common tactic for nonprofit groups and charity events — is starting to spread to the world of ...
... made lines from a very rare blood disease - there's only 100 patients in the world who have that particular disease - so that we can study it and understand it. We make it from very common diseases, diabetes ...
22. Stem cell trial halted
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15 November 2011 Last updated at 07:39 ET Article written by Fergus Walsh Medical correspondent Embryonic stem cells The world's first official ...
... let you earn real-world discount coupons from local merchants or donations to nonprofits — an excellent additional incentive. Maybe the best motivator is the sedentary-time alarm. You can set ...
... - you have to try it. It's like having somebody support you when you need support. I really love it!" The bionic legs built by the pair are one of a handful of exoskeletons in development around the world. ...
...  I was one, and like many others, at age 60 I had what the World Health Organization has labeled osteopenia, not osteoporosis. Osteopenia is defined as a bone density “T-score” between minus 0.1 ...
... Sir Ludwig Guttmann to treat servicemen who had sustained spinal cord injuries in World War II. 'Inspiring and uplifting'"By 1979 the buildings were getting dilapidated and the ceilings were starting ...
... genetics laboratory, and we'd been working on how bacillus anthraces, you know, or anthrax as it's commonly called, evolved and spread around the world. It's an extremely biological entity. It grows very ...
... the pumps made by Medtronic, the world's largest medical device maker, follow a high-profile recall of heart defibrillator leads in 2007 and a more recent Senate probe into whether doctors it had paid ...
... cactus did not have anything on it. ROBBINS: BioBlitzes take place all over the world. In the U.S., the Park Service has teamed up with National Geographic to hold five of them - from the Santa Monica ...
... Center, one of the researchers of the company-sponsored trial. There are an estimated 30 million men in the United States who have ED and 300 million worldwide. Rogers said up to 50 percent of men discontinue ...
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