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Virtual Reality For Treating Stress Disorders

...tims who had survived the catastrophe of September bombing of WTC, or perhaps the victims of last December’s Tsunami. Source: ABC News Medindia on PTSD: Further information Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: This is a form of anxiety disorder that may affect people after being exposed to a terrifying ev...

Overreacting to the effects of Radiation

...obyl reactor accident was equivalent to the atomic bombing in Japan, which is absolutely untrue. We know that there were low doses of radiation received by a large number of people. We don't want to minimize the effects but we also know that the fear and anxiety about radiation caused a huge number of health...

Lebanon Fears of Epidemics as the Crisis Deepens

... High Commissioner for Refugees office. Israel's bombing of all the roads north of Beirut used by UN agencies as major supply routes arriving via Syria mean that "we will be faced with empty warehouses soon, and we will be unable to deliver goods to the people in need", said Astrid van Genderenstort. The...

Leading Polio Activist Doctor in Pakistan Killed

...'On one hand, our enemy (a reference to the US) is bombing us for no reason while on the other hand you are coming here disguised as polio campaigners to spread vulgarity'," he told Daily Times at the hospital. Bajaur Agency, on the troubled border with Afghanistan, is the hotbed of militant tribals, ref...

"Cell Suicide Bombers" to Stop Cancer Growth

After Iraq the very term suicide bombing evokes visions of horror. But there could be a really beneficial suicide bombing//, after all. Yes, experts at Glasgow in the United Kingdom, claim have developed a new chemical that would cause cancer cells to commit suicide, it has been reported...

Bali Bombings Helped Improve Trauma Care

...her the Royal Darwin would have handled the second bombing as effectively without the lessons learnt from the first. "The fact that mental health nurses had become a recognized part of the hospital establishment between the two incidents meant that staff worked together in a much more co-coordinated way to...

Haneefs Visa Revoked by Australia

...ion with those accused of carrying out the Glasgow bombing and had decided to cancel his visa. Normally the result of having one's visa cancelled is that one is deported (once any appeals against the minister's decision are finalized). But in Haneef's case, the Attorney-General is likely to issue a "crim...

Those Who Cure can Kill Dire Prophesy of the doctors Plot

... may have given a cryptic clue about the foiled UK bombing attacks when he reportedly told a British cleric in Baghdad that "those who cure you will kill you, says the Times of London. The cleric passed on details of the warning, but not the specific wording, to a senior British Government official in mid-...

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