Rates Of Cancer-Causing Infections Slashed Significantly By HPV Vaccine

The HPV (Human Papillomavirus) vaccine is showing a positive impact in wealthy nations. Research, studying 66 Million young men and women, has demonstrated how the virus effects have declined radically in a number of wealthy nations. Genital, anal warts, and infections, in addition to precancerous lesions owing to HPV have decreased on account of the […]

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Smoking Hikes STEMI Risk, Especially in Young Women

Smoking increases the risk for acute segment elevation myocardial infarction(STEMI) in both men and women, but female smokers have a significantly higher increased risk, compared with male smokers, especially if they are younger than 50 years, a new study suggests. Investigators studied more than 3300 STEMI events to assess smoking as an independent risk factor and […]

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We Have the Resources to Prevent Cervical Cancer. Do We Have the Will?

PANAJACHEL, Guatemala — If someone had come to her community in western Guatemala sooner to offer cervical cancer screening, perhaps Micaela Yac Jeteya, 56, wouldn’t be fighting for her life. Now Yac Jeteya, a mother of six whose youngest son is 16, is suffering from a disease that is both very common and highly preventable. […]

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Tobacco causes 1 death every 8 seconds in India: Report

PUNE: Eight out of ten girls are not interested in marrying smokers, while more than 34% of children are unaware of the harmful effects of tobacco, a report released during the World Tobacco Day , observed on June 4, said. doctor and anti-tobacco activist Ulhas Wagh  during a special session which covered the Ill-effects of tobacco  consumption held in Mumbai. […]

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Oral cancer up among youngsters

CHENNAI: The incidence of oral cancer has been increasing, particularly among teenage boys, according to statistics released by the Chennai Metropolitan Tumour Registry attached to the Cancer Institute in Adyar. The incidence of mouth cancer which was 0.6 per 1,00,000 males in the age group of 15-34, went up to 2.3 in 2013. Experts say the […]

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Health Ministry Put Checks on Publishing or Discussing Research on E-Cigarettes

New Delhi: The Union health ministry issued a circular earlier this month, cautioning other government departments, to hold off on publishing any research, reports or studies on e-cigarettes and other devices which release nicotine – posed as an alternative to tobacco addiction – without prior consultation of the ministry. They also suggest prior consultation for any […]

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Why some women are more prone to develop cervical cancer

Cervical cancer, or cancer of the uterine cervix, is caused by abnormal growth of cells, which can spread to other parts of the body. Researchers at the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and National Institute of Cancer Prevention and Research (NICPR) have found why some women are more prone to this cancer. This may […]

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How leap in breast cancer therapy will help women in India

A recent study led by a group of researchers at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has found that adding a drug, ribociclib, to hormone therapy significantly increased the overall survival in relatively younger women suffering from advanced breast cancer. The study covered women who had not yet reached menopause or were still […]

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CJM fines youth for spitting on court premises

BHOPAL: In first-of-its-kind case, Bhopal  chief judicial magistrate Bhopal Vinod Kumar  Patidar slapped a fine of Rs 500 on 19-year-old Amit Rajput, a resident of Bairagarh township, for spitting gutkha on the wall in front of the court of district & sessions judge. Amit was caught red-handed while spitting by a police constable, who at present […]

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