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Kerala Ready to Invite WHO to Study Fever Outbreak

...K. Sreemathi Wednesday said the government was not averse to inviting the World Health Organisation (WHO) to study the outbreak of a mosquito borne fever in the state that has claimed 173 lives this year. "Even though four different expert teams have arrived in the state since the outbreak of the fever, ...

Pichkaris Not So Popular in Jharkhand

... Sahid Chawk in Ranchi. However, not everyone is averse to sprinklers. "During Holi I buy at least five pichkaris. We enjoy playing with colours for at least two to three days," said Sumit Kumar, a student of DAV School here. Source-IANS...

An Anti-rabies Campaign With Bite

...gh the West Bengal health department per se is not averse to the idea of vaccinating dogs against rabies, it feels the initiative should be taken by the state veterinary department. "If the veterinary department wants funds from us we would provide the same. We already fund the vasectomy of stray dogs," D...

Research on Vaccine Against Ebola Virus

... of this vaccine to the animals as the animals are averse to needle pokes. Hence an oral administration or a spray appears to be the only solution. This research has reiterated the necessity to protect the primate population from ebola virus by developing a vaccine. This would lend itself to the benefit o...

Ramadoss Blames State Governments for High Dengue Toll

...ct." The health minister admitted that he is not averse to seeking a ban on manufacture of cigarettes and beedis and also ban tobacco growing. "I would be very happy (to press for a total ban on cigarettes). This ban is just a question of time," he said. The ban on smoking in films, Ramadoss states ma...

Alternative therapies for ADHD

...rtually every family I've worked with is initially averse to the use of stimulants, but it's currently the standard of care," said Concord psychologist Lore Kantrowitz. "But the chance that (alternative therapies are) going to improve their focus or attention or impulsivity, well, that really hasn't been pr...

'Young and their Reproductive Health' - Theme of World Population Day

...wanted pregnancies because their partners could be averse to the usage of condoms or because there is a lack of knowledge about contraceptives. The need of the hour, therefore, is to create awareness among the target population on issues regarding reproductive health and also to provide easy access to inf...

Monday Morning 'Blues' Hit 'Sick' British Workers

...survey has found that many British workers are not averse to calling in 'sick' on Mondays this year. Their excuses will be sent in by text messages or the typical cough and sputter routine on phone. // The main reason for these stunts is the widespread dissatisfaction with holiday allowance for British work...

Unpleasant Memory of Food could Be Used to Treat Obesity

...p took on the false childhood memory and were more averse to eating strawberry ice cream afterwards Loftus says the technique will need refining. "It might involve stories or visuals of people getting sick eating particular foods." The researchers have shown that elaborate false memories - for instance,...

Altering genes through calories

...auses anti-aging changes in mouse genes.Even those averse to weight watching might have their cake and eat it if researchers can find drugs that mimic dieting’s effects. Cutting calories is known to increase lifespan and reduce age-related disease in experimental mammals. Researchers at the University of C...

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