Tag: "ambiguity" at medical news
Botched Abortions Trigger Concern Over Legal Ambiguity In Britain
...d growing discomfort among clinicians over a legal ambiguity
that could incriminate them with infanticide. According to the guidelines by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, babies aborted after more than 21 weeks and six days of gestation should have their hearts stopped by an injection of ...
Distinct Brain Sections Are Activated While Making Risky Decisions
...rsions to risk and ambiguity. People who preferred ambiguity
had increased activation in the prefrontal cortex,...ossible to change the way people perceive risk and ambiguity
by introducing a medication that could influence brain chemistry then we might be able to alleviate ...
Bird-Flu Claims Its 12th Human Victim In China
...a has reported its 12th victim of Bird-Flu, though ambiguity
prevails as to how the person might have contracted the virus. //It is believed that the virus may have spread after contact with sick birds. Apparently, the man was admitted to the hospital after signs of pneumonia. Bird flu has undoubtedly cripp...
Eye Hygiene Crucial To Keep Fungus at Bay
... even blindness, if left untreated. There is still ambiguity
surrounding the reason for a lens cleaning solution to cause fungal keratitis. Dr. David Hollander, an ophthalmologist at UCLA's Jules Stein Eye Institute, is of the opinion that even the process of inserting and removing the contact lens could cause...
'Hooded Horror': Death by Hanging
...s maximizing public safety. There is an essence of ambiguity
in killing a person for killing another. 'Thou shall not kill' forms the thumb rule of all religions. By executing a person the law-providers of the civil society are also indulging in killing, in the guise of providing justice. As the Bible says, ...
In Search of Truth - 'Lie Detector
...re research is carried out to dissipate the air of ambiguity
surrounding the device. This is in order not to coerce an innocent into ‘admitting’ a crime he did not commit, while ensuring that all the ‘tough cookies’, eventually, crumble. 'A truth that’s told with bad intent ...