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Macrobiotic Diet Made Courtney Love Gain 50 Pounds, Not Lose!

...she tried to follow Paltrow's healthy example, and adopted a macrobiotic diet to lose weight. "At the time ...he said. Love discarded her macrobiotic diet and adopted a strict no carbohydrate one instead. She also put a lock on her refrigerator to ensure that she stu...

Live Earth: How Global Warming Became Cool

..., global warming had a turbulent ride before being adopted as a celebrity campaign issue in Saturday's Live Earth concerts. For much of its history, climate change has faced indifference or ignorance, thanks mainly to sceptics who challenged the sometimes-sketchy evidence and fossil-fuel lobbyists who dis...

Anti-doping Rules Must Avoid Unsatisfactory Decisions: WADA

...on of the World Anti-Doping Code by the ICC (which adopted the code in July 2006) and its national associations at the earliest, and to pursuing its cooperation with the ICC in the fight against doping in sport, WADA said. Early this week, CAS ruled with some considerable regret that it has no jurisdiction...

Star Health Grants Boon To India's HIV-Affected

...eadly disease, due to social stigma. Thats why we adopted the institutional route in spite of identifying individuals." According to experts, the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, HIV is a deadly virus, which spreads via four reasons. The first reason is: unprotected sexual relationship with any stranger. The...

Southeast Missouri State Provides High-tech Protection Against Staph Infections

Southeast Missouri State (SEMO) has adopted the high-tech, proactive SportsAide(TM) system throughout its athletic complexes in its mission to prevent the spread of bacterial infections. Provided by SportCoatings and partner General Sports Venue(TM) (GSV), the university has treated the lock...

Spain Announces Cash-for-kid Payments to Boost Birth Rate

... will be families who have had children, including adopted infants, since July 3, the day Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero announced the policy. Zapatero justified the plan by telling lawmakers that "to continue to progress Spain needs more families with more children and families need support t...

Move To Ban Asbestos Welcomed

...WHO) and the International Labor Organization have adopted long-standing declarations citing asbestos as a major cancer-causing material and a leading cause of occupational deaths in the world. "The society believes that exposure to asbestos must stop so that asbestos-related diseases can be eliminated, say...

Prostitutes Fume as Norway Bids to Criminalise Sex Purchases

...nt to parliament before mid-2008, is certain to be adopted as all three parties in the governing coalition have said they will back it. "We want to send a clear message to men that buying sex is unacceptable. Men who do it are taking part in an international crime involving human beings who are trafficked ...

Village Panchayat in Tamil Nadu Bans Tobacco Consumption

...acco consuming habits, Nagarajan said that we have adopted a resolution to ban smoking and chewing in our panchayat villages. Varanavasi Village Panchayat consists of five villages namely Azhalavur, Thalampaptu, Varanvasi, Arambakkam and Ramanujapuram, with a population of over 8,000, in the Kanchipuram Di...

Breast Cancer Risk is not Reduced by a Diet Rich in Fruit and Vegetables

... stage breast cancer was not reduced in women who adopted a diet very high in vegetables, fruit and fiber and low in fat. This group of women were compared to women who followed a diet of five or more servings a day of fruit and vegetables (the '5-A-Day' diet). 'Considerable evidence from preclinical studi...

US Health Insurance Firms Suspend Sales, Promise to End Fraudulent Practices

...aints that sales agents forged signatures and also adopted aggressive tactics, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said Wednesday. The seven companies are working on new marketing guidelines with the U.S. Medicare health insurance program for the elderly and disabled. Widespread reports of h...

AIIMS Fined Rs 5 Lakhs for Negligence

...ocedure of detecting cancer (through the technique adopted by doctors) ... we find that the negligence of AIIMS was limited to the extent of wrong diagnosis that resulted in very serious consequences that the right breast and arm pit of the complainant were removed," said Justice Kapoor and Commission member...

Asia Must Overcome HIV Stigma, Say Research Chiefs

...ities, which were initially slow to heed warnings, adopted pro-active policies. But he said the potential f...ietnam director Eammon Murphy said. Thailand has adopted a different tack to breaking down the taboos regarding HIV with innovative education campaigns such ...

Artificial Trans Fat Banned in Chain Restaurant in King County

...uly 1 in New York. Like a New York City regulation adopted last December, King Countys artificial trans fat phase out occurs in two steps. Food service establishments have until April 1, 2008, to switch to trans-fat-free frying oils and shortenings and until February 1, 2009, to remove artificial trans fat f...

Child Health Key Focus Among Muslim Nations

...t two of its 33 provinces. The declaration will be adopted at the end of the conference, expected later Friday. Members of the OIC include nations from Africa, Asia and the Middle East....

AIDS No Longer a Death Sentence for South Africa's Children

...oungsters with a similar story. Thea Jarvis, who adopted Tommy after his birth mother abandoned him in a township drinking hole when he was one-year-old, recalls how the family became aware of his HIV-positive status when he later contracted pneumonia. Although AIDS-fighting anti-retroviral drugs (ARVs) ha...

WHO to Implement New Strategy on Diseases of Poverty

...search and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) has adopted a new strategy for strengthening and expanding research to prevent and control 'infectious diseases of poverty.' The strategy builds on the programmes 30-year record of developing new drugs, delivery strategies and enhancing research capacity in c...

Slovenia Cracks Down on Smoking

... to adolescents under 18 banned, under legislation adopted Friday by parliament. The new measures, which ta...time Slovenia's original anti-smoking law that was adopted in 1996. Smoking will be banned in all public places, except in smoking rooms that can be installed...

US Trying Hard to Provide Proper Treatment for Wounded Soldiers

...injuries may have been apparent. The military just adopted new procedures to spot these cases, too. The Walter Reed hospital scandal and problems with some VA nursing homes have led Republicans and Democrats to call for better care for this new crop of veterans. A lucky few get Cadillac care at one of th...

India to Get a Taste of 'British' Curries

...sh ingredients with added Indian spices. She has adopted the same technique here, albeit with different ingredients. "On the show, I will replace some of these ingredients with those that are easier to get (in India)," Malhi said. Soya chunks will be used instead of tofu, chicken sausages rather than p...

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