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Hydrogen Fuel Is It a New Fuel for the Future?

...structure. Ulf Hafseld, HyNor's project manager, accepts that making hydrogen using fossil fuels isn't sustainable. "The answer is to produce hydrogen from water using electricity from renewable energy, which is very easy," he says. "This is already happening in Berlin, where a small electrolyzing plant at...

Indigenous Child Abuse

...d abuse, initially in the Northern Territory, and accepts the Prime Ministers invitation for the AMA to play the key role in addressing this national emergency. AMA President, Dr Rosanna Capolingua, said today that the AMA is seeking a briefing from the Prime Ministers office and the Health Minister on the...

Two-year-old Joins Mensa, Becomes Its Youngest Ever Genius

...to Mensa for some extra help. The society, which accepts only adults or children who have an IQ in the top 2 per cent, asked Georgia to join and confirmed that she was the group's youngest current member, and the youngest girl ever to join. Lucy said that Georgia, who lives with her family in Aldershot, b...

Rice Containing Breast Milk Proteins to Be Grown in Kansas

...ions would not disperse the seed widely, though it accepts that there is a requirement of an emergency management plan to deal with such situations....

Royal College Issues Revised Guidelines for Face Transplantation

...." The new report states, "[T]he working party now accepts its inevitability but endorses the urgency of establishing sound ethical principles" for performing face transplants. As in 2003, the technical skill to perform face transplantation is not at issue. Rather, the obstacle is the high risk that the re...

New Study Challenges How Regulators Determine Risk

...ly what the homesis model predicts. Whether one accepts the hormesis theory is not the critical public policy issue, according to Calabrese. He says that the major issue is that the risk assessments models used by the federal Environmental Protection Agency and the Food and Drug Administration fail to acc...

Pediatricians Stress the Importance of the National Children's Study

...oth directives--to shut down the study if Congress accepts the president's budget or to continue it if more money can be found," said Dr. Peter Scheidt, the project's director. Plans are afoot to convince the Democrat-controlled Congress about the imperativeness of the study, and the need for renewed fundin...

Fetal Oxygen Monitors Not Helpful To Prevent Mishaps In Labor:Says Study

...t its helps to ensure healthy babies .Another view accepts that it may avoid a C- section due to complications that may arise from lack of enough oxygen to baby. Often entangled in controversies, foetal monitoring has had its share of criticism from many flanks of the medical fraternity. Since three deca...

Move to replace Standard Salt with Iodized Salt in Common Household Products

... could begin in 2008 if Australian Health Ministry accepts the proposal made by FSANZ....

Drug for Cancer to be on Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme

... of early-stage breast cancer. If the Government accepts the recommendation of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee, the drug would be available to around 2100 patients for a subsidized price rather than the current cost....

Urgent Aid Required For Palestinian Health Services: WHO

... it commits to non-violence, recognises Israel and accepts previous agreements and obligations. Just last Friday, a senior UNRWA official had warned that vital public services are in danger of collapsing if a solution is not found soon. "We urgently need to get the funding mechanism, promised by the Quarte...

First Generic Version of Lexapro permitted by US

...hose sales in the latest quarter were $464 million accepts royalties of Lexpro sold in U.S....

More Help Needed for Children of Drug-Addicted Parents

...Justice Minister Cathy Jamieson who said ‘Everyone accepts that taking a child away from its parents is a heart-wrenching decision to make.’ ‘It is a step that should never be taken lightly, but I am convinced that where a child is placed in serious danger by parents who are addicted to drugs, it is the sa...

Rising in career top charts is Medical transcription

India is a country that wakes up to new things and accepts them, although medical transcription is not so popular it is fast catching up.// Here doctors maintain there records in papers and are not well stocked in most cases. It is treated as just a job to document doctors’ patient records. In contrast, in ...

Mental Health Sector in Australia Needs an Overall Boost

...ased care centres will be set up if the Government accepts the demands of a parliamentary committee. The committee asked the governments to release mental health patients from institutions into the community. The mentally ill were left on the streets, jobless, homeless and imprisoned. Australia has shifte...

Let Live or Die?

... Holland, which is the only country in Europe that accepts the death of such babies. ...

OpenMED Nominated For Stockholm Challenge 2006 Award

...iomedical Information at New Delhi, explained: "It accepts both published and unpublished documents relevant ...l, nursing and pharmaceutical sciences." OpenMED accepts preprints (pre-refereed journal papers), post-prints (refereed journal papers), conference papers, c...

Patients Left Helpless As Mumbai Doctors Strike Continues

...n. "The strike will continue till the government accepts our demand. The authorities cannot make us return to work with the threat of job loss," he added. Mumbai doctors from 15 government-run hospitals have stayed away from work since Monday demanding better security while on the job after relatives of ...

Euthanasia campaigner Dr Philip Nitschke could faces criminal conviction

...iced medicine and if he still does then he himself accepts it to be a criminal offence. As of now he said that the New Zealand workshops are on hold. ...

Price Of Alcohol Does Not Influence Consumption

...th different distributions of prices. "Our study accepts the assumption that alcohol is a 'complex good', composed of different beverage types - such as beer, wine and spirits - as well as quality brands that can be high, medium or low-end," said senior researcher Paul J. Gruenewald. "We then go on to ex...

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