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More Indian Doctors Questioned in Australia as UK Terror Plot Inquiry Widens

Indian doctors continue to bear the brunt of police inquiries as focus shifted to Australia. Investigators trying to unravel the hands behind the foiled terror attacks in UK raided two hospitals in Western Australia and also quizzed five doctors of foreign origin, four of them Indian. H...

Contamination of the Environment by Antibiotics Fed to Livestock

...artment of Agriculture (USDA), is looking into the brunt of antibiotic feeding in livestock production on the environment. Carried out by the Scientists at the University of Minnesota studied whether food crop amass antibiotic present in the soil that has been enhanced with manure containing antibiotics. T...

Medical Education in General Practice: A Way Forward

... of particular importance in rural areas where the brunt of the workforce shortage is felt. AMSA is calling on the federal government for a capital investment in primary care practices to allow for high quality teaching of students and junior doctors, said Mr Mitchell. Medical students say one of the m...

Egyptian Boy Has Bird Flu

...utside of Asia. Women and children have borne the brunt of the virus due to their role in taking care of domestic fowl. The government says it is conducting a vigorous campaign to combat the spread of the virus through vaccinations and raising awareness, but cases continue to appear....

Patients Will Suffer Under PBS Cost Recovery

...ikerwal, today warned that patients would bear the brunt of a Government proposal to recover Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) costs from pharmaceutical manufacturers. This plan would very likely push up the costs of vital drugs, leaving those who can least afford to pay for their medication facing a...

Work-related Stress Restrains the Sex Lives of Nurses

... Barnett, director of NHS Employers, said that the brunt of stress on NHS employees was "vastly under-estimated". He said that work-related stress was to blame for 30 percent of sickness absence in the NHS - and cost the service 300-400million pounds a year. However, Barnett added that NHS Employers h...

Hospitals Make Positive Strides to Reduce Wait Times for Patients

...s for ‘knee replacement surgeries’ had to face the brunt of long waiting times. Further, reporting practices were different across provinces, making it difficult for patients to make a relative study of the progress. Five priority areas were classified by health ministers, - cardiac care, cancer care, si...

Child Care Centres in Tsunami Hit Indonesia

...d child care centers//. Indonesia bore the major brunt of Tsunami which ravaged many countries and islands. Many of the inhabitants were rendered homeless. By establishing mother and child care centers, UNICEF aims to provide health care facilities besides developmental activities in this Tsunami hit l...

Equal Opportunities For HIV-Positive Women Urged

...on. Women and girls seem to bear disproportionate brunt of the epidemic financially, socially and economically. The survey covered 2,068 HIV households and 6,224 non-HIV households spread over the rural and urban areas of six high prevalence states of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, ...

13-Year-Old Boy Is Latest Dengue Victim; Delhi Toll 47

... 2,240. In AIIMS, the hospital that has borne the brunt of the dengue cases, 43 new cases were reported Wednesday taking the number of patients being treated to 184. "We have 30 patients under observation. Earlier, we used to have around 200 people under observation everyday," said Sharma. Across the c...

One More Victim Succumbs to Dengue in Delhi

...medical superintendent. The hospital has taken the brunt of the dengue patients. Since Monday, 79 fresh cases were admitted in the hospital taking the number of confirmed dengue patients to 178. "Another 170 patients are under observation. We will observe them for six days and then do a dengue test to co...

Deterioration of Air Quality Affecting Children's Health

...political agenda, and the government has borne the brunt of criticisms for ignoring it. NL...

Transgender Experience - A Tool to Analyze Gender Difference By Stanford Scientist

...e quantity, given that many of them still bear the brunt of child-care responsibilities. He proposed enacting more gender-balanced selection processes for grants and job searches, as was done with the Pioneer award. And he called on academic leaders to speak out when departments aren't diverse. Barres sa...

'Young and their Reproductive Health' - Theme of World Population Day

...lity or making reproductive choices. They bear the brunt of unwanted pregnancies because their partners could be averse to the usage of condoms or because there is a lack of knowledge about contraceptives. The need of the hour, therefore, is to create awareness among the target population on issues regar...

Numero Uno Killer - Cancer

...s where most poor live that seems to be facing the brunt of diseases. The wealthy seem to be afflicted with more of the breast and prostrate cancer types. In certain government localities, mental health problems also seem to be on the rise along with heart problems and cancer. Health Minister Bronwyn Pike...

Hospital Services Still Paralysed Inspite Of The Withdrawal Of The Strike

...Hospital (SKMCH) have spared the hospital from the brunt of their strike but they have locked the college office on Monday in protest against lathicharge on medical students in Patna on Friday, paralysing all teaching works in the collages....

Delhi Hospitals Cancel Holidays And Recalls Doctors

...so shut down. Meanwhile, patients are facing the brunt of the strike. "AIIMS is considered to be the best hospital in the country. I have been coming to the hospital for the past three days for my 12-year-old son's treatment, but to no avail," said Jasjit Ahuja, a resident of Karol Bagh in west Delhi. ...

Poultry Blues: Blow Hot, Blow Cold Time for Poultry Sector

...0 crore and poultry farmers are unable to bear the brunt of this onslaught. The relentless efforts of the NECC and the Karnataka Hatcheries Association (KHA) had improved the chicken trade. The price of live chicken after having gone up to Rs 40 per kg has again crashed to RS 16-18 per kg. Egg prices hav...

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