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American Bests Japanese Hot Dog Eating Champion, Sets Record

...aking eater ended the six-year reign of a Japanese champion Wednesday, gobbling a whopping 66 weiners in a mere 12 minutes in the annual Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating contest. American Joey Chestnut ended Japan's Takeru 'Tsunami' Kobayshi's remarkable streak to the cheers of a crowd of 50,000, according t...

The International Diabetes Federation Launches US$ 10 Million Grant to Improve Diabetes Care

...nity members, we begin to learn how to effectively champion healthy lifestyles, and improve our ability to prevent diabetes and its complications." "In many cases we have the scientific knowledge and proven therapies, however we need to adapt this knowledge to meet the needs of our communities. BRIDGES is t...

Brain Structured to Make Human Beings Religious, Claims a US Scientist

...ns," Newberg says. Some nuns and other believers champion the Pennsylvania brain scans as proof of an innate, physical conduit between human beings and God. According to them, it would only make sense that God would give humans a way to communicate with the Almighty through their brain functions. But ot...

Satellites Set to Play Good Samaritans in India

...ation needs of the country. "ISRO has also been a champion in demonstrating the use of space technology for societal good. It is building several socially relevant space application projects to cover more than 600,000 Indian villages where around 700 million people live," Krishnamurthy told a visiting team o...

Equal Opportunity for the Disabled

...ll as muster world-wide assistance and support, to champion the rights of people living with disabilities. 'E-Accessibility', is the theme of the International Day of Disabled, 3rd December, 2006. People with disabilities often find it difficult to access information and communication technologies simply ...

NHS Reprimanded for Demeaning Words

...d National Directors and an incredibly experienced champion for patients' rights. We welcome his views and will take this feedback on board." NLA...

Two cloned mules, Compete In A Professional Race For The First Time Ever.

...that was produced by the same parents that sired a champion mule racer, Enditem....

Apollo Hospitals among world's top 10 in heart surgeries

...p to the best standards of their profession and to champion the cause of each patient. Actress Suhasini Maniratnam lauded the human approach of nurses and also stressed the importance of healthy nurse- patient interaction. (Source:PTI News)...

Naomi Watts, adds power to UN Aids Campaign

A champion in her own right, Naomi Watts is all set to champion a cause that is close to her heart. She has been appointed as U.N’s special representative to increa...

Chess Champion Anand to Champion HIV/AIDS for Avahan

Chess champion and grandmaster Vishwanathan Anand will now champion the cause of HIV/AIDS for 'Avahan', the Indian chapter of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. /...

Beards Are Back In Germany With A Bang!

...urg, a hairdresser to the stars and a former world champion in his field. "At the moment, I do not see a trend there," he says. Two years ago, beards were popular with professional models, but that was a long time ago. Style and manners expert Marianne Montag from Unna also cautions young men and says keepi...

An urgent need for prison reforms: California!

...tal was high, and the departure of his hand-picked champion of reform is a huge blow," said Haney professor of psychology at the University of California, Santa Cruz, referring to Arnold. He also added, "Prisons are intended to deprive inmates of their liberty. Anything more--unnecessary deprivations, indi...

Prices of eggs, egging its way upwards

...chicken and egg’ rendezvous across the country, to champion the cause of the chicken and the egg. The NECC’s south zone wing, at a recent meeting has brought the farm-gate price per egg to 80 paisa, an increase of 15 paisa since Sunday.All India Poultry Products Exporters Association (AIPPEA) president Singar...

Experimental Therapy Effective Against Malignant Melanoma in Horses

...esented the case of a 11-year old Thoroughbred and champion jumper Chili, who was diagnosed with multi-centric malignant melanoma. Robertson treated the hose with medical grade sterile frankincense oil, which lessened the size of the tumors in the horse and killed off some tumor cells. "I think this research ...

UK public misled over downgrading cannabis: Govt

...our fewer problems in the long run. Mr Clarke will champion curbs on antisocial behavior this year, which strategists say is undermined by a soft approach to cannabis....

Blood camp held in Alaska to save leukemic patients

Susan Butcher the famous iditarod champion was detected with leukemia. She was looking forward to participate in the 300-mile sled dog race conducted in this winter // . She is the four times winner of the 1100-mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. She said that she will win this race of survi...

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