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Debate Rages over firing of HIV infected health care workers

... “INDIA TODAY” it was reported that a high profile bank officer was asked to leave his job when he was detected to be HIV positive and he was detected to be negative on subsequent testing. He however couldn’t handle the trauma and is now mentally disturbed and on psychiatric treatment. In the U.S.A. a cu...

The World Bank funds private Hospital in India

...r projects that will mainly benefit the rich. The bank has given the government of Maharashtra state an I... health campaigners in India are outraged that the bank is funding a private hospital rather than basic primary healthcare services for poorer patients. The...

Drinking arsenic water leads to cancer

...vironment and sustainable development. The world bank has given huge funds in support with this, to preserve rain water to filtering off pond water....

'Prozac miracle' could end in disaster

...ction at the moment - from a website designer to a bank fraud investigator and a senior airforce officer - but many more are expected to join it. All were prescribed Paxil/Seroxat for mild depression or anxiety and none was told they might become hooked. When they tried to stop taking it, they suffered vi...

The essence of cosmetic surgery

...o long as it doesn't cause too much damage to your bank account....

New Drug to Stop Gambling!

...ering things up or making excuses and draining our bank account. So, it's changed it in many, many ways." And that's something he can bet on. However experts say the drug can cause liver problems if mixed with other drugs, such as over-the-counter painkillers....

Aggressive Tobacco taxation policy can reduce cigarette smoking

...is aggressive tobacco taxation policies. The world bank estimates that a price increase of 10% on tobacco can reduce demand for tobacco products by 4% in high income countries an by 8% in low and middle income countries. Government should increase annual price increase by 50%, which would help to reduce d...

Blood Goes Down the Drain in Bihar Hospital

...nit comprises 350 ml blood) was discarded by blood bank officials of Sadar Hospital in Begusarai district, Bihar. This became evident during a routine inspection of hospital records last week by the health authorities. It has been said that those found guilty would be taken into strict action after a de...

Scandals Can Affect Medical Research

... for research purposes and donations to a UK tumor bank from 1998 to 2004. Both newspaper coverage and tissue registrations varied greatly during the study period. However in late 1999, with the breaking of the organ retention story, coverage increased dramatically. This was associated with a significan...

A Move To Help Commercial Sex Workers Quit Their Business

...tive employment and skill development by arranging bank loans and setting up small businesses for sex workers.This initiative is hoped to help the sex workers quit the flesh trade on their own and to improve their standard of living. Source: IANS...

Worlds Largest Cord Blood Bank to be started in India

...establish the world’s largest umbilical cord blood bank in Mumbai, India, to provide stem cells for transp... president Mike Shen, who signed the agreement. To bank the cord blood tissues that are traditionally thrown away as waste the donor’s family must give info...

Biologicals Transfer Proposal between US and Indian Biotechnology

...ts. One solution, says FICCI is to create a global bank that will compulsorily collect patent protected biological materials an offer these to industries at a nominal cost, clearly establishing ownership. Government reluctance to grant exclusivity of clinical trial data may also scare away companies, anal...

Controversy Surrounding The HIV Positive Reports Of One-Year Girl In Kerala

...had received a transfusion form the hospital blood bank has been tested positive for HIV infection. // According to the inquiry, one-year-old Reshmi, who is HIV-positive, was given blood, which had been taken from a person who was HIV-negative. The parents of the child are in deep shock as they are at...

Bird flu alert in Kaziranga Park

...osis of bird flu. The park, located on the south bank of Brahmaputra in central Assam, attracts over a hundred species of migratory birds between November and April every year. They fly from places like as far as Siberia, China and Tibet. The alert against the avian influenza has been sounded all over...

ADB Report Warns of Bird-Flu Catastrophe

...d, the Asian Development Bank has warned. // The bank examined in a report the likely effects on the reg...d would likely be hit hardest by the pandemic, the bank predicted. In its grimmest scenario, where the impact of a pandemic lasts a year, Asia could lose ...

Declining Rates Of Sperm Donors Over The Past 5 Years

...k of motivation among students to do so//. Sperm bank is a facility that collects freezes and stores semen sample for purposes of artificial insemination, in-vitro fertilization or for research. The researchers believe that the fall is almost certainly linked to scrapping the right of donors to remain...

Bird Flu Likely To Reduce World Energy Demand

...over 1-million barrels per day,” the US investment bank said. Goldman Sachs noted that the spread of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in 2003 had led to a sharp reduction in civilian airline schedules in Asia as demand for tourist and business travel declined. Goldman Sachs did not expect bird f...

Stem Cell Bank In UK Would Require 150 Embryo-Derived Stem Cell Lines

...s for the establishment of a therapeutic stem cell bank has concluded that approximately 150 embryo-derive... is being carried out. The world's first stem cell bank was established in Britain in the year 2004. Over the next two years, the amount of resources alloca...

Poor Andhra Women Enable Bypass Surgery Paying 50 Paise Each

...rest of poor rural women in groups of 10 to secure bank loans on easy terms for income generating activities, came to her rescue following some persuasion by officials of the District Rural Development Agency (DRDA). Involved in an intense three-week campaign to raise the money was the district's 12,000 ...

IT Raids Target Chennai Doctors And Hospitals

...ng about 300 IT department officials. "The cash, bank balance and jewellery totalled about Rs.2 crore (Rs.20 million). Investment papers showed about Rs.6 crore (60 million) million in assets. We are yet to open and evaluate 15 lockers," the IT chief commissioner and director general (investigation) sai...

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