Unlike medications, this experimental therapy doesn't cause drowsiness, researchers say
Brain scans revealed changes in white and gray matter
Study also found gender differences in brains of children with the disorder
Bariatric procedures beat drug therapy in easing the disease over the long term, study found
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By Nigam Prusty NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Indian government approved a long-awaited program to equalize pension payments for retired military personnel despite it being a "huge fiscal burden," defense minister Manohar Parrikar said on Saturday. The program, known as "One Rank One Pension", or OROP, will ensure uniform pension payments to ex-servicemen who served at the same rank and for the same amount of time, regardless of the year they retired, among other measures. Veterans in India have been fighting for reforms to their pension packages for years.
Novartis Chief Executive, Joe Jimenez, told a Swiss newspaper that the first human tests of a contact lens it is developing with Google for diabetic patients will be conducted in 2016. "This project is progressing well," Jimenez told Swiss newspaper Le Temps in an interview published on Saturday. Starting in 2014, Novartis, maker of cancer drugs including Glivec, and Google announced a cooperation to develop "smart" contact lenses to help diabetics track their blood glucose levels or restore the eye's ability to focus.
ICYMI Health features what we're reading this week.This week, we're reading up on situations that aren't always what they seem. We spent time with the beautiful profile of a prison inmate-cum-poet, written by one of our colleagues, and with the story of a naturopath who became disillusioned with her profession after discovering disturbing...