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Dow Acquires Wolff Walsrode from Bayer

...ecialty industrial applications. The business will cater to formulators and brand owners whose end product label claims are underpinned by advanced cellulosics....

Watch 'Live Earth' Concerts Simultaneously on the Net

..., is taking the concerts to 25 overseas markets to cater to the language needs of different areas. Since some countries have more than one market with a specific language, altogether 39 markets will have simultaneous feeds available. A team of about 80 technicians will help bring live feeds of the event ...

Harvard to Develop Medical City in Islamabad

...-acre health and education complex in Islamabad to cater to the health and medical needs of the people of the capital and the twin city of Rawalpindi . The complex is part of a large-scale residential development plan to develop a Health and Education City in the capital, and includes a 500-bed teaching ...

Zambia Opens First Cancer Hospital

...inister Brian Chituwo said the hospital would also cater for patients from other African countries....

Hip and Knee Replacements Becoming More Patient-friendly

...etists, physiotherapists and counsellors, who will cater to the various needs of patients undergoing joint replacement surgery, it was stated then....

Tea Pill, Tea Cola Hitting Markets Soon

...racts of black tea and the other from green tea to cater to different palates," Hazarika told IANS. "The drink is made from pure natural tea extracts having a lot of medicinal properties in them." The Tocklai Station, located in the tea-growing town of Jorhat in eastern Assam, was set up in 1901 and is...

Metropolis Health Services Takes on Lab Management of A J Hospital

...of a clinical laboratory. The laboratory will also cater to special services in Biochemistry, Microbiology, Immunology, hematology and histopathology with trained staff and latest equipments. Metropolis was founded in 1981 and is the only institution to be certified by the American pathologists with bran...

Nurturing Our Nurses for Healthcare Par Excellence

...in their environment, and healthcare policies must cater to this need. Success Stories Many countries have bucked the trend by reworking their health policies. For instance, United Kingdom, Canada, Thailand and Uganda have implemented a sea change in their recruitment policies. The new policies h...

Miners in Madhya Pradesh at High Risk of Developing TB

...re in the village, the facilites are inadequate to cater to all the TB patients. However, block medical officer Padmesh Upadhyay claims that TB is now fully under control. "Earlier there was little hope of a TB patient getting cured. Now it is my endeavor to start the treatment as soon as possible once t...

Yale F&ES Graduation to Offset Gas Linked to Global Warming

...e day before graduation, Yale Dining Services will cater a cocktail party for F&ES students that will feature locally produced organic wines and cheeses, biodegradable plates and recycled napkins. I think this will be a great educational opportunity for our families, said Oversvee. It will give them a ta...

TB Patients in Marginalised Groups Need Social Support for Effective Medical Treatment

...have all played a role. "Models of care that can cater for both the social and medical needs of patients are an essential, but often neglected, aspect of TB management and one that needs to be urgently addressed if we are to tackle this growing health issue." The study, which covered 250 patients atten...

Ayurveda Resorts in Kerala Gear Up for the Monsoon Season

...sort was all geared up for the monsoon rush. "We cater to tourists who come for specially for treatment and not just for sightseeing. For those who have a time constraint, we get their medical files early and study their problems in detail even before they arrive. So the treatment protocols are ready whe...

Saudi Arabia to Set Up Hospital in Jamia University Campus

...h center was too small and this new hospital would cater to the need of over 6,000 students and staffs of the university. The blueprint is ready and construction of the building is going to start shortly. It would be completed within an year," Jaleel added. Source-IANS...

Urban Poor in Dire Need of Proper Healthcare: Report

...mily welfare centres need to be set up annually to cater to the needs of 215 million urban poor by 2020, says a report by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM). In India, currently, 1083 urban family welfare centres look after 2,60,000 urban patients, while the effective se...

South India to Have Modern Military Hospitals

...es several military hospitals, which approximately cater to two million serving armed forces personnel, their 7.5 million dependents, 2.5 million ex-servicemen and their 12.5 million dependents and also about five million civilians. Source-IANS SRI...

Mental Health of Kashmiris Needs Urgent Attention: Survey

...only one mental asylum at Rainawari in Srinagar to cater to the needs of the entire state. The findings of the survey reveal a bleak picture of the mental health of people in the conflict-afflicted region and raise important questions about the government's failure to adequately provide mental health se...

Make Healthcare Accessible, Affordable, Urges Kalam

... He said India was importing medical equipment to cater to the requirements of its billion-plus population. "The cost must come down drastically. Simultaneously, while we consider the saving due to the films (imaging) and other forms, the life time cost will become affordable to the common man," he said...

Mental Health - NHS Trust Commences Specialist Transition Service

...on service has been instituted by the NHS trust to cater to mental problems afflicting the 16- to-18- year- olds.// ‘Minding the Gap’, a document enabled by Durham County Council's inquiry committee, recognized the need for a regular service for 16- to 18-year-olds, in Durham and Darlington. The report ...

HIV Awareness Hazy in 73% of Youth

...And to enable this, knowledge dissemination should cater to life situation of the youth, instead of a straight jacket programme to suit all, which ultimately defeats the purpose of the programme....

Where Burnt Out Executives De-stress in Nature's Lap

...tmosphere. A sumptuous dinner with cuisines that cater to all kinds of palates is another highpoint of this eco-camp. Tourists at Nameri prefer trekking through the green expanse of deciduous forests. One scouting the park on foot has the best chance of sighting the rare and endangered white-winged woo...

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