Qatar Report - Building heathcare for the 21st century
Qatar’s leading healthcare provider, Hamad Medical Corporation says it is committed to realising the government’s vision of making Qatar an internationally recognised healthcare destination.
Women’s Health - Crush cervical cancer – make prevention a priority
Cervical cancer has a high mortality, particularly in resource poor countries, yet the disease can be prevented with HPV vaccines and routine Pap smear screening.
Researchers use cloud technology to combat cancer
Cloud computing services provided over grid technology are helping to treat cancer patients in Europe where the disease is region’s second biggest cause of morality.
The Back Page - Fish shows way to mend broken heart
After a non-fatal heart attack, a damaged human heart does its best to patch itself up by forming a scar. But how much better would it be if that patch were made up of healthy, fully functional heart muscle rather than scrappy, stiff scar tissue?
  Landmark ACCORD trial finds BP-lipid combination therapy fails to reduce cardiovascular events
Lowering blood pressure to normal levels – below currently recommended levels – did not significantly reduce the combined risk of fatal or nonfatal cardiovascular disease events in adults...
  Urinary incontinence – diagnosis & treatment
Urinary incontinence is defined as the involuntary leakage of urine. It is a common but tabooed problem among many women who suffer from this medical condition in silence.
  Beyond Borders - Sexual violence and migration
Sub-Saharan migrant women have endured various forms of sexual violence in their countries of origin and on their way to Europe.

ate of upload: 20th June 2010

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