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Mortality Rate In Russia Increased By 5.2 Percent
Mortality rate in Russia increased by 5.2 percent during the first quarter of 2015. The experts do not publish any single reason for this growth.
--11-05-2015--
Genetic Testing Of Severe Hereditary Diseases Will Be Conducted In St. Petersburg
Genetic testing of severe hereditary diseases in newborn babies with the use of high-performance genomic analysis will be conducted in St. Petersburg for the first time in Russia.
--23-01-2015--
Health and Aducational Centre - Ebola - Opens in Moscw
A health and educational centre Ebola will be created in Moscw, its staff will tell the public about the prevention of dangerous diseases and develop cultural integration with the peoples of Africa.
--17-10-2014--
First Split Liver Transplantation In Russia
A split liver transplantation to two adult recipients have been carried out in Russia for the first time, which has saved the patients lives.
--16-10-2014--
Moscow Heat Reached The Red Level
A "red" level of risk has been declared in Moscow because of the heat that established in the Russian capital during the last few days. The level of dangerous heat and air pollution in Moscow is still going up.
--27-07-2014--
The Unified Register Of GMO Products May Appear In Russia
The Unified Register of GMO products may appear in Russia in three years. Currently there is no Uniform State Register of genetically modified organisms and the products derived from GMOs.
--22-07-2014--
Hippotherapy Center In Ufa
Federation of Hippotherapy to be established in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Horses will help to rehabilitate disabled people.
--27-03-2014--
Summer In The City: More Drinks And Rest
Experts give advice on how to avoid heat illnesses. It is recommended to drink 1.5 times more fluids than usually, follow a healthy diet, reduce physical activity and use air conditioners very carefully.
--28-07-2013--
Ban to Boo Smokers
Four years after joining the WHO convention, Russia is about to take its final step to pave the way for a healthy society. In a bid to stub out smoking, the government will introduce tough restrictions - but gradually.
--03-10-2012--
Easy Way to Monitor Your Health
Physicists from Novosibirsk are on the way to designing a biological sensor for easy and cheap diagnostics of various pathologies, as well as detection of tiniest amounts of hazardous substances in gas and liquid media.
--03-08-2011--
Are Gold Nanoparticles Toxic?
Gold nanoparticles are these days often used in medicine for purposes of treating and diagnostics of various diseases. However, scientists from all over the world have hot arguments about possible toxicity of this product of nanotechnologies and ability of these particles to cause mutations in living beings.
--14-07-2011--
Why Policemen Smoke?
Smoking is not very popular now, since medics and scientists proved how dangerous inhaling tobacco smoke is to our health. In order to explain benefits of healthy lifestyle to people, scientists decided to learn more about people, who use to smoke.
--11-07-2011--
Psoriasis and Atherosclerosis Anything in Common?
Research, performed in Russia and other countries, revealed that formation processes of psoriatic and atherosclerotic plaques could have common mechanisms.
--08-07-2011--
Shall Your Neurons Survive?
Existing treatment for the Parkinson's disease improves motion behaviour of patients, but do not protect their neurons from deterioration and death. This means these drugs eliminate sysmptoms, but don't really cure the disease. Russian researchers currently work on a treating agent, which can prevent neuros from dying, and are testing the drug.
--08-07-2011--
Hello! Your Cancer Treatment Has Arrived
Russian researchers have developed a new type of composite nanoparticles, which successfully deliver porphyrines (for combating cancer) to target tissues. Luminescence can enhance photodynamic effect and helps control distribution of nanoparticles in living tissues.
--17-06-2011--
Cell Phones Arent Good for Protozoa
In our everyday life we spend a good deal of time being under influence of weak electromagnetic radiation it can come from mobile phones or microwave ovens, for instance. Active debates about possible danger of this type of radiation take place all over the world. New facts on the subject arrive from Russian researchers.
--10-06-2011--
Electron Beam to Fight Infections
When we hear the word radiation, we are often scared, because of atomic bombs and Fukushima nuclear power plant. People should not worry small radiation doses can make bodies transparent in order to find ailing parts, as well as search for dangerous objects in luggage and heal malignant tumors.
--30-05-2011--


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Russia to Start Testing Ebola Vaccine in March
Russia plans to start testing an Ebola virus vaccine on primates in March 2015, Russian public health watchdog Rospotrebnadzor Chief Anna Popova said on Tuesday.
--20-01-2015--
50 More Drugs Have Been Included Into The List Of Vital Drugs
Another 50 additional positions of drugs have been included into the list of vital and essential drugs (VED).
--14-01-2015--
Stop Probiotics
The Federal Service for Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare recommended Russian consumers to stop using the US probiotic supplements.
--29-11-2014--
Multiple Media Activity Leads To Cognitive And Emotional Problems
Simultaneous use of a laptop, a mobile phone and other devices is bad for the brain. In this case the density of gray matter in certain areas of the brain neurons - decreases.
--05-10-2014--
Health Care Institutions May Be Banned
Russian medical institutions may be banned from purchasing imported equipment and products, except for those manufactured in Belarus and Kazakhstan.
--18-04-2014--
Russia Is Rated 4th Smoking Country in the World
Russia is rated among the worlds heaviest smoking countries, outranked only by China, India and Indonesia, a new international report revealed on Wednesday.
--09-01-2014--
Over 60,000 Russians Diagnosed with HIV in 2013
More than 62,000 Russians were tested positive for HIV this year, the acting head of Russias sanitary watchdog said on Tuesday.
--25-12-2013--
Russian Top Health Official Appointed as Aide to Prime Minister
Russias top health official, Gennady Onishchenko, known for his controversial import bans and vivid medical advice, has been relieved of his duties and appointed as an aide to Prime Minister.
--24-10-2013--
Russian President Approves Bigger Fines for Smoking in Public
On Monday, October 21, Russian President signed off the introduction of stiffer penalties for smoking in public as the government continues its battle for improving health standards in the country.
--22-10-2013--
New Anti-Smoking Law Came Into Force in Russia
An anti-smoking law that bans smoking in public places, including in government buildings, healthcare and educational facilities, cultural sites, sports stadiums and on public transport, came into force on Saturday, June 1.
--02-06-2013--
Russia Prepares to Fight Against Chinese Bird Flu
Russia is ready to introduce special sanitary control measures regarding the declining bird flu situation in China, Russia's chief sanitary doctor Gennady Onishchenko said on Sunday.
--17-04-2013--
Russian Deputies Introduce Bill on Energy Drinks Ban
A group of Russian lawmakers has proposed a bill that would ban sales of energy drinks in Russia, the State Duma website said on Tuesday.
--20-12-2012--
Scary Photos for Russian Smokers
Starting from May 2013, all cigarette packs in Russia will be supplied with gloomy graphic images depicting the impact of smoking on human health.
--12-05-2012--
100 Health Schools for Patients to be Founded in Moscow
The Board of Health published the territorial program of state guarantees for rendering free medical aid in 2012.
--10-01-2012--
Over 40 People Hospitalized after Bromine Leak in Chelyabinsk
On Thursday over 40 people were hospitalized in and around the Ural city, Chelyabinsk, because of a bromine gas leak.
--02-09-2011--
Anti-Heroin Vaccine to Appear Soon
Researchers from Ural State Medical Academy developed a substance, suitable for fighting addiction to opioid drugs, including heroin.
--05-08-2011--
Russian Surgeons Performed Successful Lung Transplantation
Russian transplant surgeons from Sklifosovsky Institute of Emergency, Moscow, performed a successful transplantation of lungs for a patient with severe lung pathology.
--04-08-2011--
Liver Regeneration Drug Developed
Russian researchers from Tomsk and Novosibirsk developed a basic substance for future treating agent for liver regeneration during cirrhosis.
--11-07-2011--
Deadly E.coli Arrived to Russia
Russian researchers will study a deadly strain of Escherichia coli, which is responsible for sickness and death of many people in Europe.
--28-06-2011--
New Anti-HIV Treatment Passes First Stage of Clinical Trials Successfully
Russian medics announce about successful clinical studies of safety and pharmacokinetics of an innovative anti-AIDS treatment VM-500.
--22-06-2011--
Russian Biotechnologies to Go to Washington
Many Russian companies and research institutes are going to participate this year in BIO International Convention, which will take place in Washington in the end of June.
--16-06-2011--
How Space Affects Human Bones
The crew of the International space station will study the problem of calcium removal from bones during long-term space flights.
--15-06-2011--
Glycosciences to Be Discussed in Moscow
Researchers from Russia and India will discuss carbohydrates during the Russian-Indian Symposium on Glycosciences, which takes place in Moscow between June 13 and 16, 2011.
--09-06-2011--
Parsley Claimed to Be as Dangerous as Drugs
A week ago a decision of Russian Federal Consumer Rights Protection and Human Health Control Service about including parsley (Petroselinum crispuma A.W.Hill) in the list of plants, containing drugs, superpotent or toxic substance, came into operation.
--08-06-2011--
More Interesting Facts about Human Brain
Russian researchers from Orenburg State University suggest an explanation for functional difference of visually symmetrical cerebral hemispheres.
--27-05-2011--





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