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Film Festival on Gender Sexuality Draws Crowds

...r and made the audience laugh. The film traces and celebrates the lives of four women who have steered away from the conventional path and have chosen to live the way they want to. A firefighter, an activist, a boxer and a student, all the four women have never enjoyed the company of women as much as they hav...

U.S. Navy Offers Intralase No-Blade Lasik for Servicemen

... one of the pioneers who introduced// this method, celebrates the endorsement and explains the Navy's choice. Dello Russo comments on the most recent endorsement of the no-blade (Intralase) Lasik he introduced over five years ago to make Lasik surgery safer and more accurate. The Intralase laser replaces a me...

Cancer Death Rates High in African-Americans

...of prostate and colorectal cancers. “As the nation celebrates Black History month this February, this report makes clear there is a need for more focus on improving socioeconomic factors and providing educational opportunities that can help further lessen cancer’s unequal burden on African Americans.” Socioec...

True Equality For Indigenous Australians

...stralians must be a national priority as Australia celebrates 40 years of counting //Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as full citizens, AMA Vice President, Dr Choong-Siew Yong said today. “This year is the 40th anniversary of the referendum in which Australians voted to officially include Aborigina...

Annual Conference Of Plastic Surgeons In US To Focus On The Future Of Plastic Surgery

...ent topics, technologies, and advances. 'As ASPS celebrates 75 years of history and advances in plastic surgery, this year's meeting will look ahead, focusing on the future needs and demands of patients,' said ASPS President Bruce Cunningham, MD. 'The meeting will bring an array of leading experts together wh...

Gates Foundation Adopts Fight against Encephalitis

...orphan disease." Today, the government of India celebrates with PATH for having immunized 9 million children against Japanese encephalitis that was part of a campaign aimed at reaching 11 million in high-risk districts. Japanese encephalitis infects the brain and is likely to kill or cause permanent brai...

Pakistani Boy Undergoes Liver Transplant In India

...o Hospital, Delhi. Hamza who underwent the surgery celebrates his birthday on 19 December 2005. //Anupam Sibal, Medical Director of the Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, said: 'The kid is still in ICU but is responding well to medication. Doctors are keeping a close watch and we hope his condition will be normal so...

Vatican’s Message For World AIDS Day Condemns ‘Pansexual Cultur’

...orated around the globe on the 1st of December. It celebrates the progress made in the battle against the epidemic, and brings into focus the remaining challenges. The Vatican's Pontifical Council for Health Pastoral Care issued the message, stating that sexual transmission remains the most important means of...

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