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Tobacco Industry Promotes Antismoking Campaigns

...e American Legacy Foundation as they pursued legal battles with tobacco companies provide a good example of the tenacity needed to successfully defend and promote tobacco control campaigns, said Ibrahim. Persistence can pay off. We need to go with campaigns that work,...

White House Hid, Minimized Health Reports: Ex-surgeon General

...had all been challenged and had to fight political battles in order to do their job. "But each agreed that never had they seen Washington, DC so partisan or a new surgeon general so politically challenged and marginalized as during my tenure," he added. "The problem with this approach is that in public h...

Dengue Deaths in Cambodia This Year Exceed 2006 Toll

...ar have eclipsed fatalities in 2006 as the country battles one of the worst outbreaks of the disease in a decade , medical officials said Thursday. Some 182 fatalities have been recorded for the first half of this year out of 14,986 cases, said Ngan Chantha, director of the health ministry's dengue program...

Haneefs SIM Card Not Recovered from the Burning Jeep

...y. Court cases aren't won on one inconsistency and battles aren't won in the courts on that," he said. "Court cases are fairly complex issues and this one is particularly complex so I wouldn't say with any certainty that this is the ace in the pack so to speak but it's definitely something we need to explo...

Multinationals Exploit Groundwater Sources, and People Suffer

...us in the appellate court, and this round of legal battles ended just last month when the state Supreme Court decided not to hear the case. But the battle continues. On its part Nestl seems to have its infiltration of rural towns down to a science, it is charged. The best places are the ones where they can p...

The ‘depressed’ Protest Against ‘Delusional Calgara’

...e time on small matters as they had more important battles to fight said a local health advocate. “Making an issue over every little thing doesn’t serve us well,” said Fay Herrick of the Calgary chapter of the Schizophrenia Society of Alberta. “But I think that it’s important we are all careful about the...

Pass the Orange Tomato Sauce Please

...ls, which are thought to cause cancer, and ageing, battles age-related eye problems and is also good for the heart. Lycopene is found in many orange and red colored fruits and vegetables. The researchers led by Dr. Steven Schwartz, did their study using 12 adult volunteers. They were asked to refrain from ...

Indian American Doctor Fights for Information

... Saha, an AIDS specialist, has been fighting legal battles in different courts, including the Supreme Court, against the three senior Kolkata doctors (Sukumar Mukherjee, Abani Roychowdhury and Baidyanath Halder) for their alleged wrongful treatment and against medical corruption in India. 'The Right to Info...

Neither Management Nor Students Happy With New Fee Structure

...at the association has been fighting several legal battles over this issue from the past few years....

WHO Chief's Sudden Death - A Major Loss To Global Health

... to prevent the avian flu pandemic and spearheaded battles against public health threats such as HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis, Annan said, condoling Dr Lee's death. "Not only was he a valuable leader to the WHO, but a cherished colleague and a personal friend," Annan said.Source: PTI...

Chemotherapy Queues in Ontario Stay Steady

...nd an increased number of patients surviving their battles against cancer. According to Cancer Care chief executive Terry Sullivan. ‘We need to find better mechanisms to integrate community services, hospice care and death at home into our range of options for cancer patients.’ Cancer Care Ontario has al...

Cruel life for baby MB

A baby with spinal muscular atrophy battles for life and in the court. The case is whether life support can be withdrawn has an "intolerable life" the High Court has heard.// A baby called MB, who cannot be named, is suffering from spinal muscular atrophy and cannot breathe unaided. The baby ...

Multi billion-dollar suit filed against cell phone firm for causing brain tumours

...phone radiation to brain tumours, a spurt of legal battles are expected as more and more cases are detected. The lawyers of the legal firm, which has slapped the case on the cell phone manufacturer, have another version to say. They claim if the manufacturers had known about the harmful effects of the radiat...

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