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eBay’s cry or frustration of life Ian Usher

eBay’s cry or frustration of life
An Australian man auctioning his life on eBay.com Read on..
Yah! I was looking at eBay’s Traffic trend last week and found that it has declined steeply. It simply means people have lost interest in eBay.com and are not visiting the ebay website. What would you do to save your business without spending on TV ads? Pump a Jack*** to act stupid and gather crowed. Whats more?? Media Continue reading “eBay’s cry or frustration of life Ian Usher”

Boy recovers with stem cells from Sister’s Cord Blood

Kolkata, Mar 6: A four year-old boy suffering from thalassaemia, an inherited blood disorder, as recovered after being injected with his sister’s cord blood, raising hopes for the treatment mode using stem-cell transplant.

Due to the disease, the white blood cell count of Dikshit Gowda, hailing from Bangalore, has dropped to zero. He was admitted to Continue reading “Boy recovers with stem cells from Sister’s Cord Blood”

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi passes away

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi passes awayTHE HAGUE, Netherlands—Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, a yogic guru ( guru to the Beatles), who introduced the Western world to transcendental meditation, died Tuesday at his home in the Dutch town of Vlodrop, a spokesman said. He was thought to be 91 years old. “He died peacefully at about 7 p.m.,” said Bob Roth, a spokesman for the Transcendental Meditation movement that the Maharishi founded. He said his death appeared to be due to “natural causes, his age.”

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Bad omen for Pakistan: Benazir Assassinated

An attack on a political rally killed the Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto near the capital RAWALPINDI, Islamabad. Assassination of Bhutto will prove to be a bad omen for Pakistan. Not only in Islam but in every religion have given women a noble status. I don’t know what the future holds in her grab for the world.

मोबाइल से हो सकता है मुंह का कैंसर

लंदन, आईएएनएस :
मोबाइल फोन के बेहिसाब इस्तेमाल से कई तरह की बीमारियां होने की बात कही जाती रही हैं, लेकिन एक ताजा शोध से पता चला है कि मोबाइल से घंटों चिपके रहने की आदत मुंह में कैंसर जैसी बीमारी को भी दावत दे सकती है। शोध से निष्कर्ष निकला है कि मोबाइल फोन का पांच साल तक बेहिसाब इस्तेमाल करने वाले लोगों में ट्यूमर विकसित होने का खतरा उन लोगों के मुकाबले 50 फीसदी अधिक होता है, जो इसका इस्तेमाल नहीं या कम करते हैं। मोबाइल और कैंसर के संबंधों को लेकर पहले भी कई Continue reading “मोबाइल से हो सकता है मुंह का कैंसर”

New Lenses Offer Cataract Patients Clearer Future

New Lenses Offer Cataract Patients Clearer Future

You’re reading and you notice 3’s look like 8’s or vice versa. When driving, you find yourself needing to be closer to road signs to make the words out clearly. The world just starts to look a little hazy.

But instead of needing new lenses for your glasses, it could be your eyes themselves that need new lenses, according to Women’s Health Advisor of Weill Cornell Medical College. Cataracts, which simply refer to the clouding of the eye lens, are among those age related conditions that greet most of us in retirement. Ophthalmologist Calvin Roberts, MD, of Weill Cornell Medical College, notes that most cataracts develop after age 65. More than half of all people 80 and older either have cataracts or have had cataract surgery, according to Continue reading “New Lenses Offer Cataract Patients Clearer Future”

Stem Cells From Body Fat Used To Grow New Nerves

Stem Cells From Patient’s Fat Used To Grow New Nerves

Stem cells from a patient’s fat may be used to create new nerves that can repair severed peripheral nerves (nerves outside the spinal cord), say scientists from Manchester University, England. The researchers say this route for creating new nerves could be part of medical practice by the year 2011.

The scientists said their aim is to put the new Continue reading “Stem Cells From Body Fat Used To Grow New Nerves”

A New Chemotherapy Drug For Advanced Breast Cancer

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new chemotherapy drug called Ixempra (ixabepilone) for the treatment of advanced breast cancer.

The announcement was made to the press by Bristol-Myers Squibb on 17th October, the maker of the new drug, who also said the drug will be available “within days”.

The drug was approved to treat patients with locally advanced breast cancer or with cancer that has started spreading to other parts of the body (metastatic), and is resistant or refractory to anthracyclines, taxanes, and capecitabine.

The FDA has also approved Ixempra for use with Xeloda Continue reading “A New Chemotherapy Drug For Advanced Breast Cancer”