Blackheads can appear anywhere on your skin or face. It can appear on the tip of your nose where everyone can see and laugh at. You can even have multiple blackheads around your face which looks like you have an ugly birth mark on your face. Blackheads is one of the most unattractive things that you can have on your face. But blackheads can be easily removed, just by following these natural and safe suggestions to remove blackheads from your skin! 1. Clean your face with moisturizing soap First, clean your face with moisturizing soap to remove any dirt, grime or grease on your face. This will make your skin feel clean and easy to work on to remove any potential blackheads.
Harvest Technologies Announces Trial Results In Its India Study Using BMAC To Treat Patients With Non-Reconstructable Critical Limb Ischemia
Harvest Technologies Corp. announced results from the company sponsored 60-patient clinical trial conducted at Sri Ramachandra Medical Center in Chennai, India using the company's BMAC System to treat patients with non-reconstructable Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI). Sri Ramachandra Medical Center is a Harvard Medical international-associated institution based in Chennai, India and one of the largest private healthcare facilities in South Asia. The study was directed by Prof. K. S. Vijayaragavan, Chief of Vascular Surgery at Sri Ramachandra University and met all regulatory approvals imposed by the Drug Controller of India and the Ethics Committee of Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai, India.
If you are a guy looking to step up your cardio exercises for either superior abs, fat-loss, or athletic performance then you have got to incorporate the use of kettlebell swings into your interval workouts. A great way to structure your hard hitting cardiovascular workouts is to execute a series of double arm kettlebell swings and then follow it up with a timed set of constant body movement. This is a sure combination for success. If you are going to include the double arm kettlebell swing into your cardio interval and strength training workout then you can structure the workout in any way. For instance, if you are going to let the swings be your strength lift then you can execute a set of 30 swings and then follow it up with a set of jump rope for 2 minutes.
Agennix AG Announces Positive Results With Talactoferrin In Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Phase 2 Trial In Severe Sepsis
Agennix AG (FRANKFURT: AGX) (XETRA: AGX) reported results from the talactoferrin randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled Phase 2 trial in severe sepsis. The trial evaluated talactoferrin versus placebo in 190 adult patients with severe sepsis enrolled at 25 leading centers across the U.S. Patients in both arms also received standard of care treatment for severe sepsis in an intensive care unit (ICU) setting. The trial achieved its primary endpoint of a reduction in 28-day all-cause mortality. The trial showed a 45% reduction in the 28-day all-cause mortality from 26.6% in the placebo arm to 14.6% in the talactoferrin arm (two-tailed p-value = 0.
Providing free medications to people after heart attack could add years to patients' lives at a relatively low cost for provincial governments, according to a new study by researchers at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto. "Many patients are not benefiting from effective prescribed medications because they simply don't fill their prescriptions, " says Dr. Irfan Dhalla, the study's lead author and a physician at St. Michael's Hospital. "There is growing evidence that having to pay for medications out of pocket is a major reason." Public coverage of pharmaceuticals in Canada is neither universal nor uniform because the Canada Health Act covers only physician and hospital services.
An FDA-approved clinical trial is the first to show that treating patients with adult stem cells after a heart attack is safe and that it appears to repair damaged heart tissue. Results of the study are published in the December 8 issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. The trial, lead by Joshua M. Hare, M.D., director of the Interdisciplinary Stem Cell Institute at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, found that the stem cell-treated patients had lower rates of side effects, such as cardiac arrhythmias. Moreover, "they had significant improvements in heart, lung and global function, " Hare explained. "Echocardiography showed improved heart function, particularly in those patients with large amounts of cardiac damage.