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UK Uneasy Over Involvement of Doctors in Terror Attacks, but Not Panicking Over Non European Medics

... become terrorists. In the end, these people are attracted to the U.K., to the medical profession, because they are dedicated and bright, she said in an interview. That not only makes them attractive to any profession, but also to terrorist organizations. It doesnt surprise me that they have been targeted. ...

Hydrogen Fuel Is It a New Fuel for the Future?

...is water. This clean-burn nature of the fuel has attracted a number of oil multinationals, car-makers and energy companies. Hydrogen, which can be made from electricity and water and can be, produced in limitless quantities using nothing more than solar energy and water. If hydrogen burns, it leaves no trace...

Indian Fashion Beckons International Models

... to a degree of international recognition that has attracted models from other countries. Six international models from Britain, Czech Republic, Brazil and Sri Lanka took part in the model auditions held in New Delhi for the Delhi Fashion Week, which will be held in the capital from Sep 5-9 and will see desi...

Government Policies and Booming Economy Keep Indian Healthcare in Top Shape

...form process and inflated healthcare budgets have attracted big ticket foreign investments in several sectors, such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, clinical trials, medical devices and equipment, healthcare services, insurance, and outsourcing. New Country Industry Forecasts from the Frost & Sullivan Econ...

New Nano-power Could Make Biopsies Sensitive and Efficient

... cancer cells, loaded with nanoparticles, could be attracted to a needle within two or three minutes. In the lab, the researchers showed that a magnetised needle could draw leukaemia cells surrounded by nanoparticles and suspended in blood or other synthetic materials designed to mimic bodily fluids. Nanoparti...

Katrina Evacuees Made To Remain In Toxic Air

...s withheld by FEMA until Congress subpoenaed them attracted harsh bipartisan criticism. Committee Chairman Henry Waxman, called FEMA's indifference to hurricane evacuees "sickening." He said the documents "expose an official policy of premeditated ignorance," and added that "senior officials in Washington d...

Use of Song in Disposable Diaper Campaign Enrages Beatles Fans

...month for Procter & Gamble Co.'s Luvs diapers, has attracted immense anger from fans, who do not approve of the song being used during another time of war, in Iraq, to evoke soiled nappies. "I just cannot see a Beatles song being used for trivial things ... not Beatles songs!" fan Andy Bonnell said. Howev...

Traditional Tibetan Medicine Gaining Acceptance in Himachal Pradesh

... a holistic approach to health care. "People are attracted to Tibetan medicine because it is a holistic system. It means Tibetan medicine sees mind and body as one integral element, said Sonam Dolma, a practitioner. Tibetan System treats almost all the common and major disease. It is found particularly e...

LifeCycle Pharma Forms Scientific Advisory Board in Solid Organ Transplantation

... Ornskov, President and CEO of LifeCycle. 'We have attracted established, and highly respected members of the transplantation field who will play a pivotal role in LifeCycle Pharma bringing innovation to this disease area,' added Dr.Orsnkov. In addition, LifeCycle Pharma has strengthened its clinical develo...

Biggest Gay Pride Celebration in Toronto

...the parade, on Wellesley between Church and Yonge, attracted parade-goers who didn't want to be surrounded by a... a year-and-a-half, said he thought the parade had attracted many people from the gay and mainstream communities. Its very important to encourage our community...

Everest, Five Other World Heritage Sites Face Climate Change Risk

...stralia The petitions, which began in 2004, have attracted a number of high-profile signatories, including Everest climber Sir Edmund Hillary and BBC film-maker/naturalist Sir David Attenborough. At last year's meeting, the World Heritage Committee rejected a motion calling for cuts in greenhouse gas emiss...

Brits Experiencing Moth Trouble With Their Cashmeres

...Use a napkin:Some ladies who lunch swear moths are attracted to clothes which have food spilt on them. As well as keeping woollens clean you can wear a napkin over your cashmere jumper to make sure it doesn't become extra tasty....

WHO to Call for More Progress on Tobacco Control at Bangkok Moot

...y into force on 27 February 2005, the WHO FCTC has attracted a high number of Parties and has become one of the most widely embraced treaties in the history of the United Nations. Up to146 parties will participate with voting rights. They represent over 80 percent of the world's population. Other non-par...

Shisha Owners Mobilise Against July 1 Smoking Ban in England

...as launched a "save the shisha campaign" which has attracted 500 members. A petition on the prime minister's website had recorded 9,439 signatures by Thursday. A paper petition circulating in London has received nearly 20,000 signatures. "The shisha is part of our culture, its banning will destroy a whole ...

Asian Workers Race Against Clock to Avoid Prison

... UAE are expatriates, mainly from Asian countries, attracted to the UAE to work mainly as low-paid labourers and domestic workers. The biggest group, estimated at 1.2 million, comes from India. To try to move away from the reliance on foreign labour, the UAE has for several years undertaken a process of 'E...

Climate Talks Reach Consensus in Bangkok

...'s third report of 2007. The Bangkok meeting has attracted 30 of the world's leading climate experts and more than 217 government representatives from 105 countries whose task it is to fine-tune the report, which seeks an international consensus on how to reduce greenhouse gases and, perhaps more importantly...

New Cancer Therapy That can Be Less Painful

...cancer drugs, and tagged with antibodies which are attracted to cancerous tumours. Once the cell reaches the cancer, the drug is released directly into the malignant growth. It is hoped the technique could treat tumours in the breast, ovaries, colon and lungs. So far it has been used in mice and dogs, an...

Film Festival on Gender Sexuality Draws Crowds

...ional film festival on gender and sexuality, which attracted quite a crowd on its first day Saturday. Brought together by the Public Service Broadcasting Trust (PSBT), Prasar Bharati Corporation, the Mac Arthur Foundation and UNESCO, the four-day festival at the India Habitat Centre (IHC), will screen 44 aw...

New Electro-chemical Biosensor to Check Food Contamination

...ies hook onto the contaminating particles they are attracted to the surface of a transductor, which converts the contact with the antibodies into electrical signals. By measuring these electric signals the device can determine the concentration of contaminants in the sample. The sensor will allow the detecti...

Coenzyme Q10 Does Not Improve Parkinsons Disease Symptoms

...l processes. Because of these functions, CoQ10 has attracted attention concerning neuroprotective actions in neurodegenerative disorders linked to mitochondrial defects or oxidative [oxygen-related] stress, such as Huntingtons disease and Parkinsons disease, the authors write. Previous studies indicate that hi...

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