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Lost And Found -Tooth In A Sportsman's Head

...ard Matt Austin, who broke his jaw in a nasty head clash with Czislowski on April 1. Says Czislowski: "I had a really big head collision and got split straight away. We both got taken off and I knew the other guy (Austin) had lost a couple of teeth, but I just thought they were on the ground."I never th...

Actor Travolta Blames Psychotropic Drugs for US School Shootings

...what is his stand on the Mission Impossible actors clash with co-host of NBC's The Today Show Matt Lauer, Travolta insisted that had he would have not put his point of view so aggressively. How would I have presented it? Maybe differently than how he did, but it doesn't matter, he said. In a June 2005 ...

More and More American Women Go for Facelifts to Get Jobs

... into our middle years and beyond. (Dye-jobs often clash with our skin tones)."...

Resistance to Scientific Explanations By Children and Adults

...ence and evolutionary biology because the concepts clash with intuitive beliefs about the immaterial nature of the soul and the purposeful design of humans and other animals. Children, for instance, commonly believe that the mind is fundamentally separate from the brain, and that the brain is not involve...

More and More American Women Go for Facelifts to Get Jobs

... into our middle years and beyond. (Dye-jobs often clash with our skin tones)." GPL/B...

Delhi Police, Home Guards to Guard LNGP

...loyees went on strike in January 2006, there was a clash between the medical staff and the relatives of a patient who died due to brain haemorrhage. Medicos for long have been complaining of inadequate security in the hospital. Negi had a two-hour interaction with the protesting medicos late Thursday e...

Government Entreated To ‘Haggle’ To Save Money For Medicae

...ot allowed to intervene over prices. Yet, the clash in thoughts by the Democrats and Republicans is that while the former supports this idea, stressing that permit for the government to negotiate would ensure they get the best deal possible, the Republicans, along with the pharmaceutical industry and ...

Australia coughs up $15m to resurrect Lebanon

... to rise from the ashes following its catastrophic clash with Israel. According to Foreign Minister Alexander// Downer, Australia has managed to aid Lebanon with a total of $24 million during the post-conflict time, to help rebuild a country in ruins. "The majority of the funding will support restoring h...

Anlene brand of milk products will carry warnings about blood-clotting risks

...gent. The presence of Vitamin K in the milk might clash with the effects of warfarin, enhancing the risks of stroke and other complications, according to the Food Safety Authority (FSA) Fonterra marketing manager, Andrew Smith, has explained, when the product was launched the company had decided not to...

Inadequate Mental Health Fundings, Experts Warn

...ious approaches it was clear that both were having clash in setting policies. The former competition regulator, Professor Hickie and Allan Fels said: due to lack of clear accountability, federal-state role in mental health services result in a continuation of second-rate services. Rob Knowles, the cou...

To Ape or Not To Ape? Bridging Missing Links in Medical Research

... debate the issues surrounding animal testing, the clash over the role of animals in general and apes in particular in medicine, will continue to fill many a debate till such time diseases remain uncured. <br...

Junior Doctors Put An End To Strike

...lt of the strike. The strike was the offshoot of a clash between junior doctors belonging to the King George's Medical University (KGMU) and police recruits. This was the second round of violence on the KGMU campus in a fortnight. Last week, the death of a student in a mishap sparked large-scale violenc...

ESMA against striking Medicos

Doctors went on strike after a clash between Uttar Pradesh Government Railway Police an... injuring medicos and eight police recruits. //The clash occurred due to the police personnel occupying the reserved seats of the medicos. The Medicos wher...

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