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When Celebrities Die

... see our favourite stars die. Worse still when the celebrity dies an unnatural death. The death of Rajiv Gandhi...istory. But more disturbing is the fact that these celebrity deaths spark off a series of suicides and attempts to commit suicides. Now, medical research from...

Imitating celebrity mums may prove unsafe for mom and child

... a new type of problem - that of trying to imitate celebrity mums. Experts say that though celebrity mums like Liz Hurley and Victoria Beckham have made// pregnancy more sexy with cropped tops and clin...

Few Parents Help Kids Fight Acne

...ns communicate about acne. The campaign's official celebrity spokesperson is Christopher Knight, who played middle son Peter Brady on "The Brady Bunch."The ACA campaign includes information on the cause and prevalence of acne, as well as treatment options. Acne is the most commonly diagnosed skin disorder in ...

Intense Fight Against Polio In India Gets Results

...tually good for children. Evidently, none of the celebrity based advertisements worked as much as the involvement of local, influential people, particularly religious and spiritual leaders. Significantly, the immunization teams include a large number of local Muslim women to increase trust perceptions. Bu...

Kylie generates awareness about mammography

...tory strategies for responding to news coverage of celebrity illness.” Gillian Batt, director of cancer information and support services for the NSW Cancer Council, said the impact of Minogue's ordeal was "quite incredible, particularly in the group that had never been screened before". "It reached people th...

Influence of Celebrities on Breast Cancer Awareness

...cer Institute reported that they had seen or heard celebrity encouraging people to undergo cancer screening and...he front line of defense. Celebrity Talk: When a celebrity develops a disease, it increases worldwide public awareness of the disease, but the campaigns follow...

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Can Now Be Used For Mind Reading

... given nearly 90 things to remember, comprising of celebrity faces, common objects and famous locations. fMRI was used to identify specific regions of the brain involved in the learning process for each of the categories. An appropriate technique to track the brain activity was developed for each act of retrie...

Toni Braxton Can’t Have More Kids Due to Pericarditi

London: Rich and famous celebrity soul music singer Toni Braxton wants a baby girl, but is afraid her heart might not be able to cope with a third Toni Braxton as she has pericarditis//. Since giving birth to her second son with husband Keri Lewis in 2003, Braxton has been diagnosed...

Food allergy rise attributed to Celebrities

...iming to suffer food allergies is being swollen by celebrity interviews and gossip magazines. The results were based on a survey of 250 general practitioners. // The findings say that out of the 250 GP’s; almost 167 of them said that they had seen an increase in the past year. While about 187 said that it...

Art Attack: Doodling For a Cause!

...ays, with entry-bids possible for the most favored celebrity doodle. Paul Tranter, fundraising manager of Epilepsy Action, said: “Since Doodle Day started in 2004 people have doodled everything and anything from puzzles, patterns and portraits to pets, passions and places. All you have to do is let your imag...

Catholic Church and Abortion.

...known simply as John and Lizzie's, is popular with celebrity mothers like model Kate Moss, actress Cate Blanchett and Paul McCartney's wife Heather who have all had babies there. It is the third largest independent hospital in Britain. The hospital states in its defense that no abortions are undertaken or con...

Kate Moss Glad her Drug Addiction was Exposed

... awakening." Many super-models, Rock stars, film celebrity are addicted or have been addicted to drugs like cocaine.. There seems to be a link between being prone to the addiction and being a celebrity....

The Multi-Faceted Chemical Benzene

...han pure chemicals. N. Hamunayya, who has become a celebrity in his village in the southeastern state of Andhra Pradesh, said his crop survived an attack of pests which had resisted other remedies. He said that the pest became numb and fell to the ground. Later an Indian parliamentary panel upheld a report by ...

Angelina Jolie Opts To Back For Global Education For Poor Children

...People magazine has voiced her interest to use her celebrity status to back a global education// campaign that will concentrate on educating poorest children. Appearing in an exclusive interview with NBC, Jolie, 30, urged the US and other first world countries to invest more in education to give children in t...

Celebrities Promote Healthy Lunch

...intaining a healthy weight will be promoted by the celebrity trio dual Commonwealth Games gold medal marathon r...ckell, and award-winning chef Michael Moore. The celebrity trio will use their star power to encourage Australians to make a healthy lunch a greater priority a...

Marathon Kid Budhia’s Health Not Compromise

...boy become a running sensation. Budhia became a celebrity after his non-stop 60 km run between Puri and Bhubaneswar last year. He runs at least 20 km every day and covers 45 km twice a week. Das recently enrolled Budhia at the Boxi Jagabandhu (BJB) English Medium School, one of the leading institutions here...

Actor Anil Kapoor Supports Birth Registration Cause

...ge and had full commitment towards it. I am glad a celebrity like Anil Kapoor is partnering and extending his whole-hearted support to the UBR campaign." The UBR campaign has been targeted to generate awareness in states like Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Karnataka where mass media, including television and rad...

‘Gourmand World Cookbook Award' won by British India

...dian Feasts', the latest cookbook by Britain-based celebrity chef Mridula Baljekar, has won the 'Gourmand World Cookbook Award' in the 'Best Asian Cuisine Cookbook' category//. Baljekar, who runs the popular Spice Route restaurant in Windsor, near here, received the award at a star-studded ceremony in Kuala L...

115 people on board a cruise liner taken ill due to suspected Norovirus

Seattle- Nearly 115 people cruising on a celebrity ship took ill after which, the ship made a hasty return to Seattle, Washington //. The cause of this sickness is thought to be Norovirus, although it is yet to be confirmed. It is estimated that Noroviruses render nearly 23 million Americans indispos...

Stalking Fast Becoming A Problem of Public Health

... at Fullerton. “A delusional individual — like a celebrity stalker — is different from a socially unskilled, awkward, poorly put-together individual who thinks that a neighbor who says ‘Hi’ in the hallways is romantically interested in them,” Mechanic said. Mechanic reiterates that the most dangerous stalk...

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