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Diabetes sufferers might soon be able to take pills to treat their condition, rather than inject themselves with insulin, a research by Australian scientists said on Friday. Research led by the University of Adelaide is testing safer and more...
Popping birth control pills can put you at increased risk for the most common type of stroke, especially if you smoke, have high blood pressure or have a history of migraine headaches, a new study warns. For healthy young women without any stroke...
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You can take tablets with cold water. When you swallow the water it immediately starts to warm when it reaches your stomach. It will stay there for up to 20 minutes (like all food or drink). Within 5 minutes it will have warmed up to the stomach...
Popping up pills for common cold every time will lead to side-effects in future. Try out this natural bath to cure cold: You will need a bath tub, hot water, hydrogen peroxide (3 per cent) and about 50 gram grounded sugar. Run a hot bath, it opens...

Diabetes sufferers might soon be able to take pills to treat their condition, rather than inject

Diabetes sufferers might soon be able to take pills to treat their condition, rather than inject

New York, Jan 16 (IANS) Researchers have termed as 'misleading' the commonly-held assumption that taking several medicines for multiple health conditions is hazardous. According to them, polypharmacy - where patients, generally older adults (those aged over 65 years), use multiple medications - needs more sophisticated approaches to assess the suitability of each patient's set of medicines. "Today, we have more elderly people and also a rising number of people are being diagnosed ...
New York, Jan 16 (IANS) Researchers have termed as 'misleading' the commonly-held assumption that taking several medicines for multiple health conditions is hazardous. According to them, p...
New Delhi, Aug 11 (IANS) The Delhi government on Tuesday decided to ban the sale of all blood-thinning pills like aspirin and brufen without prescription in the national capital. "In the cabinet meeting today (Tuesday), the government decided to ban the sale of all blood-thinning medicines like aspirin, brufen from today (Tuesday) itself," Health Minister Satyendra Jain said. He said the decision was taken to control the use of such pills in the wake of rising dengue cases in the capital...
New Delhi, Aug 11 (IANS) The Delhi government on Tuesday decided to ban the sale of all blood-thinning pills like aspirin and brufen without prescription in the national capital. "In the cabine...
New Delhi, Aug 11 (IANS) The Delhi government on Tuesday ordered a ban on the sale of all blood-thinning medicines like aspirin and ibuprofen without prescription in the national capital. Doctors welcomed the decision, saying such drugs could cause harm to dengue patients. "Today (Tuesday) the government decided to ban the sale of all blood-thinning medicines like aspirin, ibuprofen without prescription. The ban will be effective from today (Tuesday) itself," Health Minister Satyendra Jai...
New Delhi, Aug 11 (IANS) The Delhi government on Tuesday ordered a ban on the sale of all blood-thinning medicines like aspirin and ibuprofen without prescription in the national capital. Doctor...