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Mother Hangs Herself and Three Children in Texas

...wn and white mobile home. Cactus plants and a rose bush decorated the front. Toys and a bicycle littered the back yard. Texas has seen a number of child killings by mothers in recent years.Less than five years earlier, another Hudson Oaks family was torn apart when Dee Etta Perez, 39, shot her three chi...

Telstra Must Send Lifeline to Rural Doctor Landlines

...eality is that Telstra’s telephone services in the bush are held together by a rubber band. “While most rural doctors carry a mobile phone, reception can be patchy or non-existent in some areas, especially when the doctor lives out of town. “Poor mobile reception is not limited to remote areas, either...

Viruses Can Cross Species Barrier

...IV), and jumped to humans decades ago when African bush meat hunters became infected by the monkeys they were hunting for food. Other viruses, like influenza, have also jumped species barriers with frightening results. In one article, researchers estimate that about six people out of every thousand who vi...

RMIF Boost a Boon for Rural Health

...can also encourage more doctors to practise in the bush for the long haul. “The increase in the funding cap from $200,000 to $400,000 is a welcome move that properly recognises the significant cost of setting up a rural practice. “The AMA will use its GP and rural medicine networks to build awareness ...

Study Being Conducted On Treatment Of Cancer patients With Honey in UK

...ul to them.' Bees that mainly feed on the Manuka bush produce this honey. It was reported that this honey was expensive, costing about £12 for a jar, and that the hospital authorities were buying it in bulk to help keep the costs down. The hospital has so far purchased 400kgs of the honey for their clin...

Australia’s Health Service Needs a Cash Boos

...lack of funds the health service closed its 14-bed bush nursing hospital sacking 28 of its 30 employees. The hospital was losing almost $30,000 a month and running the health service close to insolvency. The hospital needed a bulk amount of $94,000 from state and federal governments to reinvent the same...

A Joint Venture by Golfers And Military Forces To Combat AIDS

...hat is home to 30-odd rebel armies waging separate bush wars for carving independent homelands or fighting for autonomy. The role played by sports personalities in spreading awareness is vital as they have a capacity to demolish the walls of stigma and discrimination towards people living with HIV simply...

Protection against Alzheimer’s could be as simple as drinking green te

...eaves and delicate young leaf buds of an evergreen bush Camellia sinensis, widely cultivated in Asia. Green tea enjoys worldwide consumption due to the innumerable health benefits associated with it. The herb, originally used for mental stimulation by monks has also been used for treatment of cold, cough ...

Tea drinkers have lower rates of heart disease

...Black, green and oolong tea all come from the same bush - known as Camellia sinensis - which is known to carry a high level of flavonoids, one of the most potent types of antioxidants....

Stem cell research- now Nobel Laureates join the debate

... call it immoral if the study is stopped now. The bush administration is now in a sticky situation, as it has to decide carefully on this ethical issue, which has infuriated many in the United States. Leaving the ethical part aside, a group of 80 high profile scientists including amongst other luminaries...

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