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Cancer causing protein may heal Alzheimers 29.6.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Seema Hakhu Kachru, Houston: Researchers have found that a protein known for driving the growth of cancer also plays a surprising role in restoring the ability of neurons to regenerate, making it an important target for addressing spinal cord damage or neurological diseases like Alzheimers.
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Terminally ill molester spared jail, caning 29.6.2006 New Kerala: World News
Singapore: The Singapore High Court spared a terminally ill man from jail and a caning for molesting his Indonesian maid and imposed a fine instead, news reports said Thursday.
Does turmeric hold the answer to diabetic retinopathy? 28.6.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Experimental research suggests it could be alternative to conventional treatment Research suggests it could be alternative to conventional treatment
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Slovenian President ill with cancer, will not seek re-election 28.6.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
Man arrested for cheating cancer-stricken girlfriend 28.6.2006 New Indian Express
Man arrested for cheating cancer-stricken girlfriend
Radioactive scorpion venom could offer cure for brain cancer 28.6.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: Health physicists are trying to devise safe procedures for a promising experimental brain-cancer therapy which uses a radioactive version of a protein found in scorpion venom.
Smoking and obesity increase the risk of erectile dysfunction 28.6.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: A prospective study by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) has found that obesity and smoking are strongly associated with a greater risk of erectile dysfunction (ED).
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Boost immunity with mushrooms 28.6.2006 Hindustan Times
Boost immunity with mushrooms
Smoking ban only solution 28.6.2006 Telegraph: International
Second-hand smoke clearly kills people and the only way to control it is to ban all smoking in workplaces, US surgeon-general Dr Richard Carmona said today.
Man arrested for cheating cancer-stricken girlfriend 28.6.2006 New Kerala: West Bengal
Kolkata: A 32-year-old man has been arrested for cheating his former girlfriend who supported him during his days of financial hardship but was outright refused any monetary help when she developed cancer.
Briefly 28.6.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
There will be no power supply between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. for 10 days from Wednesday in Harpanahalli town as BESCOM has begun work to shift electric poles. According to a press release from the BESCOM, the Karnataka State Road Development ...
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Toxic curse for Kerala chemical city 27.6.2006 CNN-IBN: India
Eloor, once Kerala's pride, is fast becoming a curse. Raditaion and air-borne diseases are fast eating into its health.
What will you eat-II   27.6.2006 Central Chronicle
What will you eat-II  
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Toxic curse for Kerala chemical city 27.6.2006 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Eloor, once Kerala's pride, is fast becoming a curse. Raditaion and air-borne diseases are fast eating into its health.
Multivitamins can cut cardiovascular, cancer risk 27.6.2006 New Indian Express
Multivitamins can cut cardiovascular, cancer risk
Magazine editor fined for distributing fake drugs 27.6.2006 New Indian Express
Magazine editor fined for distributing fake drugs
CITY OUTLINE 27.6.2006 The Assam Tribune
CITY OUTLINE
Chest X-rays could raise breast cancer risk 27.6.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: Chest X-rays of women with high-risk genes could increase their chances of breast cancer, a study says.
X-rays linked to enhanced breast cancer risk 27.6.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: A research by a consortium of European cancer centers has revealed that exposure to chest X-rays may put women who are genetically susceptible to breast cancer at an even greater risk for the disease, and exposure before the age of 20 may boost that risk even more.
'India can't ignore sex education' 26.6.2006 Rediff: News
Thailand and Uganda were fighting AIDS successfully through clinical commitment and there is more need for it in India.
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