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Nobel For Ulcer-Defying Aussie Scientists

...Swedish royal family. Peptic ulcers have been the bane of millions of people all over the world since times immemorial. Basically an ulcer is the wearing away of the lining of the stomach due to excess secretion of acid. And this was the main reason why other scientists refused to accept a bacterial orig...

Skin Cancer Clinics under the Scanner

...led that non-melanoma skin cancer is the country's bane with two in 100 Australians getting treated for the basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma in 2002....

Snappy Mobiles Known To Cause Snappish Behavior in Families

...he Cell Boom, a boon to communication has turned a bane to family relationships, according to a recent study.// As part of the study, more than a thousand steady mobile phone users were tracked for over 2 years. The study revealed a definite decline in satisfied family relationships, attributed to con...

Gay and HIV + men have no qualms revealing HIV status

...heir disassociation with risky behavior, often the bane of HIV+ people. It is also observed that such men who receive backing from their families do not suffer depression. The findings are published in the April issue of the journal Aids Education and Prevention. ...

Testtube Babies Born in Kenya

...me will tell whether IVF has served as a boon or a bane to manknd....

Six More Bhopal Gas Tragedy Continues to Take Toll

...bar. 'Ignorance and carelessness have become the bane of the BMHRC,' saidShaukat Ali, who lost her sister Afsar Jahan May 6. She alleged thather sister died after she was administered a wrong injection. Five other gas victims - Kewal Kumar Sharma, Vishnu Kumar Vyas,Nandlal Panthi, Mazhar Khan and Hasi...

Depression Could Quickly Grow Into UK’s Biggest Proble

Depression, a disease is fast becoming a bane in the health policy of Britain. Experts arguably explain that as the person suffering from depression are not physically //marked or hurting it becomes difficult to identify and to be treated and controlled. For it to be classified as an epidemic on...

Australia's Baby Bonus Plan has Increased the Birth Rate

...o reverse the declining fertility rate that is the bane of Australia - and most other rich countries. "Let's just see if we can stabilise the decline and turn it back up - it would be a great thing for our country," Costello told reporters. "It's hard to maintain living standards in a country where po...

Changing Food Habits: Fodder For Thought

... into a myth? Although a ban may help to curb the bane of alcoholism, it must be treated as an abominable social evil and dealt with accordingly. Let us leave behind the days when dietary choices decided the destiny of the nation and look forward to a blazing tomorrow that is unblemished by inequality,...

Unsafe Sex, HIV Infected Transfusion Spreading AIDS in Madhya Pradesh

...the disease and cash crunch, which have become the bane of the anti-AIDs drive in the state. Even the rural areas are not spared, studies say. "While urbanisation, rapid industrialisation and changing mode of lifestyle were factors contributing to high prevalence in urban areas, traditional practice of ...

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