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International community warns India on HIV situation

...of the political leadership of the countries. Just celebrating AIDS Day will not suffice .It is the eradication of the disease that we have to celebrate. Its time we all pull our socks up!!!!!!!!!...

London Emergency Services Receive Wide Appreciation

...e of the worst terrorist attacks when it was still celebrating the successful 2012 Olympics hosting bid. In the morning rush hours at 8.51 am a bomb explosion took place at Liverpool Street subway station and a call was received .by the ambulance service ”reports of an incident". Within the next 60 minutes many ...

High Cholesterol Can Be Controlled By Screening And Prevention

...ay lead to Alzheimer’s disease. During September, celebrating the National Cholesterol Education Month in USA, VA highlights screening and prevention as two smart ways to combat high cholesterol and subsequent health problems. A simple blood test lets the patient and the doctor know the total blood cholesterol ...

Genetically modified rice faces strong protests in Asia

...(FAO) is "Agriculture and intercultural dialogue - celebrating the contribution of different cultures to world agriculture". They also presented a collection of rice varieties to the FAO, demonstrating the importance of maintaining rice diversity. Expert views from different Asian countries – ban on GE rice: ...

Indonesia to increase AIDS awareness

...eness and control AIDS in Indonesia and he will be celebrating World AIDS day in Indonesia who is on a four day visit to that country. Medindia on AIDS: AIDS is the clinical manifestations or disease symptoms occurring due to HIV infection. Immune compromised stage of the infected person manifests this end ...

Valentine Day Becoming Popular In India

...e as love is universal after all. I see no harm in celebrating the day dedicated to love," contends Vinod Rajan, ...tion. Whatever the arguments may be, the trend of celebrating the day is slowly percolating from the urban strongholds to the domain of smaller towns where the me...

‘Radiation Overdose Girl’ Is Picking Up the Threads of Her Lie

...treatment. // She has re-joined school and will be celebrating her 16th birthday soon. Lisa Norris from Girvan in Ayrshire, in a case of human error, was administered a radiation overdose 17 times at the Beatson Oncology Centre in Glasgow. She was being treated for brain tumor. Ken Norris, Lisa's father, sa...

Tequila-The Real Stuff or Not

... authenticitly of one's Tequila//. Whether you’re celebrating Cinco de Mayo or just having another relaxing day in Margaritaville these tests will help distinguish the real thing from fraudulent versions, which are a potential threat as this alcoholic beverage grows in popularity. The findings could help prov...

Testtube Babies Born in Kenya

Doctors in Kenya are celebrating the birth of the nation’s first test tube babies, both girls, as a testament to medical breakthroughs// Both the mothers known only as Agnes and as Jane are overjoyed and are in good health as are their babies. Each had paid around 300,000 Kenyan s...

A Revolutionary New Treatment For Cancer Available In Australia

...diation Spheres (SIRT). Now this Sydney woman is celebrating the best Mother's Day gift she could imagine as she has been told she's clear of cancer thanks to the revolutionary treatment. Doctors do warn that it's not a cure for everyone, and will need to be backed up with chemotherapy. But still to Dr Pavlaki...

New Study Conducted To Evaluate The Success Of The Federal governments Funds For HIV/AIDS

...nniversary of the first reported cases of AIDS and celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the use of multi-drug antiretroviral combinations for the treatment of HIV infections (also known as highly active antiretroviral therapy or HAART). To analyze the impact of HAART on patient survival, the investigators us...

New York’s Secondhand Smoke Exposure Continues to Declin

New York’s Clean Indoor Air Act, celebrating its third anniversary, has reduced secondhand smoke exposure without financially straining bars and restaurants, //according to a study conducted by RTI International. According to the report funded by the New York State Department of Health’s Tobac...

Recognition for 75 Years with Type 1 Diabetes!!

Robert L. Bates of New Windsor, will be celebrating his 80th birthday at the Thayer Hotel at West Point, NY. He has another reason to celebrate, he will be presented// with the 22nd Joslin Victory Award Medal, by Joslin Diabetes Center, the global leader in diabetes research, care and education. This ...

Madras Medical College to have a Centre for preventive cardiology

... one of the 5 such departments in the world, to be celebrating 50 years of service. Prevention would be the focus of the national programme on cardiovascular disease, diabetes and stroke, to be launched this year. The message would be spread to schools, colleges and rural areas of the country. Dr. Anbumani ...

Gamma Knife Offers Noninvasive Treatment for Vascular Disorders, Brain Tumors

...xas Tech University business management senior was celebrating her 21st birthday. “I hope this will take care of it, and I will no longer have these terrible migraine headaches,” she said. Dr. Robert Timmerman, vice chairman of radiation oncology, supervises most of the Gamma Knife procedures at UT Southwest...

Low grade for Canada in Primary Health care

...eded in the country. "While we are certainly not celebrating the results," said Frank Fedyk, acting assistant deputy health minister, "we are happy to note that they confirm what we already know, areas where we are, in fact, already taking action." GYT...

The Best Christmas Gift

...a more welcome gift. Two-year-old Markus Dejong is celebrating Christmas, having survived a liver transplant// from a part of his father’s. The operation was carried out successfully at the Stollery’s Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, Canada. A year ago Markus developed jaundice as a tumor on his liver deve...

And the Winner Is

British Medical Journal is celebrating 166 years of its publication. To mark this, they are conducting a poll to find out which invention// in modern medicine is the greatest of all. The journal, launched in 1840, has listed 15 medical breakthroughs and they are inviting the public to h...

Pichkaris Not So Popular in Jharkhand

...e most sought-after plaything// among children for celebrating the festival of colours. The reason: It's considered unhealthy. "Health experts say children should avoid playing with plastic articles and most sprayers are made of plastic," said Pyali Banerjee, a housewife. "On Holi we often get complaints a...

Brazil Opens a 'green' Fashion Week

... Wednesday featuring eye-catching confections and celebrating the theme of ecological awareness. Nearly 50 designers incorporated environmental themes into their collections for this year's edition of the event, which highlights such issues as water conservation, recycling and alternative energy. 'We've bee...

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