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Test-tube babies show no emotional problems

...hat followed in-vitro, or test tube, babies to the brink of adolescence showed that youngsters who had been conceived through fertility treatments do not suffer any more psychological problems than other children. Since Louise Brown, the world's first test tube baby, was born 23 years ago, more than a mil...

Hike in drug licence fee could hit several SSI units in TN

...tight market conditions with many companies on the brink of closure. // The drug manufacturing licence fee in the state has been raised from Rs. 1500 to Rs. 5000 per product. The new rate for product inspection is pegged at Rs. 300 per product if a company manufactures more than 10 products. If a compan...

Doctors attacked for complacency against pandemic threat

...people, raising fears that the world may be on the brink of a lethal mutation of the virus capable of sparking a human pandemic. Donaldson believes that the predicted emergence of the killer strain will be the biggest test of his career and the worst epidemic to face the NHS. "We can’t be alarmist, but w...

Global Warming Will Result In the Extinction Of Amphibians

...dreds of species around the world teetering on the brink of extinction....

Upgrade Health Benefits: Wal-Mart in a Tight Spot

...to it than what meets the eye. The scene is on the brink of a major tussle between the vehemently anti-union companies and the unions themselves. The scene at Washington is hotting up with the battle lines clearly drawn- the nation’s largest unions doubling up to confront the retail giant. Wal-Mart off...

Rip Off: Care Less about Medicare $90m Fraud Deals?

This is organized crime that is on the brink of milking Medicare. Australian Medicare cards are being used by foreigners to avail free medical treatment, according to News Ltd newspapers’, announcement today. These phony deals have cost a mammoth $90 million dollar a year, according to agency r...

Seconds Between Life And Death

...om these apparatus have brought many back from the brink of death. In Gipuzkoa it has been found that approximately 1000 people die each year due to sudden deaths. And these were people who were leading normal lives, with the first sign of cardiovascular disease very often being their last. In most o...

Meet The Nurse With A Killer Instinct

...l this desire, brought some of his patients to the brink of death and coldly murdered two of them." ...

Study Shows That Women Need To Be Explained About The Smear Test

...e reassurance that they are not necessarily on the brink of cancer, // More information is needed to help women understand their test results and ease their fears over cervical cancer. A study of more than 3500 women with slightly abnormal smears found that more than a quarter had unnecessarily high levels...

Scotland Faces Shortage Of GPs

...beral Democrat coalition has taken many GPs to the brink of resignation. One good thing needs to be making balance between recruiting more young doctors into general practice in hospital, and retaining a greater number of older GPs and giving them more professional as well as personal freedom. Plans ...

TB Patient Pleads President for Mercy Killing

...t be left alone. As a result, the family is on the brink of starvation. Top Guna administrative official G.K. Saraswat said he was not aware of Ojha's plight but told IANS on telephone: "We will definitely look into the matter if a request comes from the family." (Source: IANS News)...

Neurologists Call For National Stroke Prevention Policy

...ket that could bring back stroke patients from the brink of death to lead normal lives. (Source:PTI News)...

Step up the legal age for smoking, says BMA Scotland

...l of smoke-free public places and now it is on the brink of yet another trend setting move, that of raising the permissible age limit to smoke....

Changing Food Habits: Fodder For Thought

...quality, thereby, saving our great nation from the brink of a civilzational collapse....

World Alzheimer’s Day: In Memory of Those With 'Memory Loss

... have selflessly cared for patients who are on the brink of sinking into oblivion....

India warned of Impending AIDS Disaster

India is on the brink of an AIDS disaster and should get a control over the HIV epidemic by next year or risk seeing it spiral out of control //warned Ashok Alexander, the director of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and a senior United Nations official. According to ...

Global Polio Eradication: A Campaign to Vaccinate Every Child on the Planet

...ime again—and at this very moment it may be on the brink of success. But the stakes are unspeakably high: if the program fails, or misses a few infected children, or gives up in frustration at an apparently endless sequence of obstacles, the entire world could be re-infected within five years. Despite go...

Trading Flesh for Discount Clothes Lands Young Women in Trouble -AIDS

...ld be between 70,000 and 120,000. Iran is on the brink of a formal announcement regarding the development of a drug to control AIDS....

Billions of Dollars Saved in U.S. By Polio Vaccination

...lth Organization, stated that, “as we stand on the brink of eliminating wild polioviruses around the world, these results provide a glimpse of the massive economic benefits of global polio eradication.” To date, the Global Polio Eradication Initiative has succeeded in reducing the annual cases of paralytic...

Madhya Pradesh Gets Tough on Sex Determination Tests

...If conditions do not improve, girls will be on the brink of extinction at these places," said another official, pointing out that the state's ratio (920 girls per 1,000 boys) was far below the national ratio of 933 girls per 1,000 boys. Source-IANS...

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