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Dengue Fever Cases Up 36 Percent in Thailand: Report

... pains, thrives in urban areas because the carrier breeds in stagnant water, including in blocked drain-pipes and rubbish heaps....

Cancer Cures for Canines

...l studies to look at tumour metabolism. Certain breeds of dog are known to develop certain types of cancer. For instance Osteosarcoma (bone cancer) is common in the Greyhound and the Rottweiler. It is also the sixth most common cancer seen in children. Research into canine cancer is easier because of the...

Chikungunya-hit Villages to Get Funds to Fight Mosquitoes

...s spread by the bite of Ades Egyptis mosquito that breeds in stagnant water....

Chikungunya Spreads as Funds Remain Unspent

... a virus spread by the Aedes Egyptis mosquito that breeds in stagnant water. Maharashtra is another state that took little interest in spending the allocated money, with Pondicherry following suit. Maharashtra is yet to spend Rs. 18.5 million of the allotted money, Pondicherry Rs. 13 million, Tamil Nadu R...

Drug Addiction Slowing Down: UN Report

..., a cancer that threatens security and health and breeds corruption," said UNODC executive director Antonio Maria Costa, ahead of Tuesday's publication of the 2007 World Drug Report. "Furthermore, progress made in some countries is being offset by negative trends elsewhere," he said. "It is also hard to ...

Dengue Fever Deaths Up in Vietnam

...ban areas because the carrier, the aedes mosquito, breeds in stagnant water, including in blocked drain-pipes and rubbish heaps. Experts predict dengue fever will increasingly spread with global warming, growing urbanisation and more international travel....

Study Finds Glycerin to Be a Good Source for Cattle Feed

...onitor the growth habits of 60 calves from various breeds to determine if bio-leftovers provide a healthy main course to cattle. The study has two main priorities: first, to determine if glycerin has a positive or negative effect on calves i.e. growth performance, and second, to assess its impact, if any...

Twenty-two Chikungunya Cases Confirmed in Maharashtra

...mosquito aedes aegypti, which spreads the disease, breeds in fresh water, observing a day in the week as 'dry day' by emptying and cleaning dry all household utensils and tanks is one effective measure that everybody must take", advised Kolhapur district health officer T. A. More....

Researchers Identify Gene That Plays Key Role in Size of Dogs -- and Probably in Humans

...ining// body-size differences within and among dog breeds and probably is important in determining the size ...t demonstrations that if you look at different dog breeds that share the same trait (such as large or small size or short legs or scrunched-up faces) due to h...

Widely Used Hepatitis B Drug Spurs HIV Drug Resistance

... that has been shown to be active against HIV - it breeds resistance rapidly, despite its ability to reduce the amount of HIV in the body,” says senior study author and infectious disease specialist Chloe Thio, M.D. Researchers say the findings, to be presented Feb. 28 at the 2007 Conference on Retrovirus...

One More Victim Succumbs to Dengue in Delhi

...the bite of the female Aedes Aegypti mosquito that breeds in stagnant water. The disease is marked by high fever, skin rashes and pain in the joints. A sharp drop in the patient's blood platelet count can prove fatal. The disease has taken alarming proportions since the first week of September when the fi...

56 New Dengue Cases; Delhi Govt. to Review Situation

...the bite of the female aedes aegypti mosquito that breeds in stagnant water, is marked by high fever, skin rashes and joint pain. Sometimes, a sharp drop in blood platelet counts due to the disease can prove fatal. Source-IANS...

Bad Breath Go Away, Tongue Cleaners are Here to Stay

...is a common malady that many suffer from, it often breeds discomfort and contempt in a social scenario. In an all out effort to overcome it those struggling with this malady often for go some food stuffs, which are notably notorious in causing bad breath//. In the absence of any clear-cut treatment for Ha...

India registers 3,000 dengue patients, toll crosses 40

...he bite of Aedes Aegypti, a type of mosquito, that breeds in stagnant water. The dengue outbreak usually erupts as the annual monsoon tapers off across the country, leaving behind countless small pools and puddles of stagnant water. The worst affected by the dengue virus is the capital where one more pati...

Dengue Outbreak in the Capital is not an Epidemic: Government

...ale Aedes mosquito, primarily Aedes Aegypti, which breeds in clean stagnant water. To control the dengue menace, the Delhi government has hired 2,400 temporary workers, apart from over 3,000 working for MCD, to intensify surveillance of potential breeding grounds and launch fogging of anti-mosquito drugs....

Chennai Set an Example in Implementing Animal Birth Control Successfully

...y the Indian pie dog or mongrel is one of the best breeds to keep, it is easy to keep them as pets, and they are good community watch and alarm dogs. In 1995, activists like Shiranee Pereira, Marieen Vijay and Sethu Vaidyanathan had set up PfA here. At that time, the Chennai municipality was catching 18,0...

Researchers have Developed Anti-wrinkle Cream From Camel's Milk

...nt laboratory facilities and infrastructure. Elite breeds of Bikaneri, Jaisalmeri and Kachchi camels have been developed by the institute. (Source: IANS)...

Chikungunya Strikes Chennai, India

...s aegypti species which caries the alpha virus and breeds in fresh water. The treatment includes medicines, intake of large amounts of fluids and adequate rest. The disease is thought to have spread from the Andhra Pradesh border. Blood samples were collected from 22 persons who were suspected to suffer fro...

New Breed Cats Marketed

...tic screening. She also opined that hypoallergenic breeds could be developed in as few as "one to two crosses.' Allerca's CEO, Megan Young, says that the firm has taken selective breeding to the next level. Human-exposure trials conducted by Allerca in collaboration with an independent lab revealed that...

The juice of our very own tomato might be helpful in protecting lungs

...isease (COPD). The Japanese researchers used two breeds of mice, one normal and one bred to age quickly; emphysema would show up quicker in those mice. The findings revealed that that after eight weeks of exposure to cigarette smoke; the fast-aging mice did develop emphysema, while the normal mice did not...

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