Nearly half of Indian men with erectile dysfunction are diabetic Diabetes is emerging as a leading cause of erectile dysfunction among Indian men. A recent study says that nearly half of Indian men above the age of 40 years suffering from the condition are diabetic. The study conducted by Alpha One Andrology Group – an…

Implantable defibrillators currently on the market apply between 600 and 900 volts to the heart, almost 10 times the voltage from an electric outlet, says Ajit H. Janardhan, MD, PhD, a cardiac electrophysiology fellow at the Washington University’s School of Medicine. After being shocked, he says, some patients get post-traumatic stress disorder. Patients may even…

Kidney Failure Patients’ Heart Risks May Be Due To Damage To Blood Vessel Lining Individuals with kidney failure often develop heart problems, but it’s not clear why. A study appearing in an upcoming issue of the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (JASN) provides evidence that their kidneys’ inability to excrete waste products in…

Donor milk bank opened Women”™s Centre recently inaugurated a human milk bank. A release from the organisation, quoting S. Ramakrishnan, Chief Neonatologist, says that the milk bank will benefit preterm and very low birth weight babies whose mother”™s milk production has not either not started on time or there was an interrupted supply of milk…

Fatally ill nurse makes herself the lesson for students South Hadley: It was early November when Martha Keochareon called the nursing school at Holyoke Community College, her alma mater. She had a proposal, which she laid out in a voice mail message. “I have cancer,” she said after introducing herself, “and I’m wondering if you’ll…

The spread of a new influenza virus A(H7N9) is the latest medical scare in the world. As in the case of some new strains of viruses which caused infection and spread fast, the origin of the A(H7N9) virus is also in China. It has affected about 130 people in that country and caused 27 deaths…

A deadly, brain-eating amoeba has been found in the water supply of a Louisiana community near New Orleans, scaring residents and sending officials on the hunt for its source. Experts say the only danger is to people who manage to get the microscopic organism way up their noses. Its only entry to the brain is…

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