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US Trying Hard to Provide Proper Treatment for Wounded Soldiers

... a brain injury and shrapnel wounds from a grenade blast in February. Maj. Thomas Deierlein, 39, is a New York City marketing executive who served five years after graduating from West Point. Twelve years later, called up as a reservist, he nearly died of bullet wounds that shattered his pelvis, leaving ...

Ten People Taken Ill After Inhaling Methane Gas

...said. Last year 50 miners had died in a powerful blast following leakage of methane gas in another BCCL colliery....

Bush Isolated on Climate Change Heading into G8

...'s pre-summit proposal for 10 to 15 countries that blast the most greenhouse gases into the atmosphere to join forces on cutting emissions was widely dismissed in the EU as too little, too late. It was as far as Bush would go to help out German Chancellor Angela Merkel, this year's G8 president and his s...

Asthmatics Arrived in Hyderabad to Take Fish Medicine

...e been installed in the light of last month's bomb blast at the historic Mecca Masjid here that had claimed nine lives. Hyderabad District Collector R.V. Chandravadhan said 24 fish dispensing counters have been opened at the venue. For the first time, advance tokens were issued for the patients. He said ...

International Study Finds Ways to Maximize Effective Responses After Terrorism Incidents

... and discussed their emergency medical response to blast events and identified common issues that could be used by others to enhance preparedness. The represented countries included: Colombia, Indonesia, Iraq, Israel, United Kingdom, United States, Spain, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey. The study was funded by...

Fire at Russian Nursing Home Kills 63

... comes less than 24 hours after a huge methane gas blast at a Siberian coalmine that claimed 97 lives. It was described as the country’s deadliest mining disaster in a decade. The nursing home fire is only the latest in a number of deadly blazes at schools, dormitories, hospitals and other state-run fa...

Leading Polio Activist Doctor in Pakistan Killed

...ast of Khar, the main town in Bajur Agency. The blast killed Khan instantly, while it injured three in his car, local officials said.Amir Khan, medical superintendent at the Khar District Headquarters Hospital, said residents of Mullah Said Banda in the Salarzai area had earlier refused to get their chi...

Party Over –now Its How to Get Ove’ the Hangove!

New Year eve could have been a blast guzzling gallons of liquor, partying into the night for many. The last dregs show up //as a blasting headache and an I –am –run-over-by –a truck feeling the following day. Scientists try to explain what leads to this phenomenon. Dr. Christine Lay, a...

What does High-fiber Foods Really do?

... involving the two photon laser that allowed us to blast small holes in cells, mimicking what happens in the living animal. It also allowed us to assess in those living cells whether they could reseal, repair the damage and how they might respond biologically, namely in this case, whether they responded by...

Drug Company Seeks Approval for Human Testing of Vaccine against H5N1 Virus

... to be vaccinated with a handheld device that will blast harmless, microscopic gold particles coated in the vaccine into the upper arm at supersonic speeds. Earlier this year tests of a DNA vaccine that was designed to give protection against seasonal flu showed that it offered 100% protection, based on...

Mahdhani to get ayurvedic treatment in prison

... an artifical limb, having lost his right leg in a blast in Kerala. Though Mahdhani has pleaded for parol...r him to be present for speedy trial in the serial blast case at the special court here. With various organisations and political parties in Kerala and eve...

A New Anti-Cancer Drug Keeps Resistance Out

... such as chronic phase, the accelerated phase, and blast crisis respond to the new drug quite possibly, Sawyers says. Sawyers said, ‘Drug-related mutations are better understood by the application of experimental drug, dasatinib to subjects and even individual patient’s mutation type were easily studied ...

Wonder drug Dasatinib gives hopes to leukemia patients

...t stages –Chronic stage, accelerated stage and the blast stage.Dasatinib was tried on all these stages of l...d positively to Dasatinib. Out of the 74% in the blast stage (aggressive form) 29% of the patients attained complete elimination of the leukemia cells. T...

Running Water Restored In Chinese City

...amination of a nearby river was under control. The blast in Dianjiang, a county in the Chongqing region, killed one worker and evacuated 6,000 people. About 800 residents and Communist Party members were helping clean the contaminated portion of the Guixi River using screens made of straw and charcoal, X...

Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML) Has An Answer Now!

... the disease to the final (acute stage) called the blast crisis, where immature white blood cells infiltrat... PP2A acts otherwise as a tumour suppressor in the blast crisis, applying the brakes to growth signals stuck in the “on” position. When PP2A isn't working pr...

Need for Psychotherapy for Delhi Blast Victims

...the psychiatrist said. Chib, who is treating two blast victims, told IANS that these people would then need counselling....

Hollywood Actress Hunter criticises Hatcher for weight loss.

...was once married to rocker Rod Stewart, went on to blast other older women for their obsession to be thin saying that this aged their faces prematurely. "Catherine Deneuve once said that as a woman gets older, she has to choose between her face and her bottom. I would choose my face within two seconds. W...

Genetics linked to leukemia treatment success rate in children

...ulation of lymphocyte precursor cells, also called blast cells, in the bone marrow. The researchers had used a process called genotyping, in which DNA drawn from the blood of the patients were screened for common genetic variations. The researchers had narrowed down their study on gene codes for enzymes, ...

Infants going to day-care may have lower risk of leukemia

...ulation of lymphocyte precursor cells, also called blast cells, in the bone marrow. The results of the study showed that increased social activities could be related to lower risk of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. On one hand, the children with cancer and those who were healthy were found to have similar ...

Good carb, bad carb? Experts debate.

...as sugar. Fast, in this case, is bad. In theory, a blast of sugar makes insulin levels go up, and this, strangely, leaves people quickly feeling hungry again. Despite its detractors, the idea seems to be gaining momentum, in part because it is offered as scientific underpinning by the authors of a variety...

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