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Bird flu scare pops its head once again in India
...he world why would India be left behind. A poultry dealer
hailing from Amreli district of Gujarat and suspec...vil hospital in Ahemedabad.// It was the poultry dealer
who had approached the local authorities and said that he had lost 600 chickens to the virus in the ...
Ahmedabad Pronounced Safe with Nil Bird Flu Cases
...ed negative results. Kadar Murghiwala, a poultry dealer
in Jamalpur, took ill after 200 chickens under his care died. Suspecting a possible bird-flu infection following complaints of fever, he was admitted to a hospital here and kept in an isolation ward. The symptoms of bird-flu as listed by the WHO, has...
Death Toll Over Fake Drug Rises To Nine In China
...chased one tonne of ‘propylene glycol’ from a drug dealer
named Wang Guiping in September 2005 as auxiliary material for producing Armillarisni A injection. The ‘propylene glycol’ delivered by Wang is actually diglycol, an industrial material which causes acute kidney failure if taken by humans. Source:...
Fear of Needles, Greedy Dealer 'saved' Lennon and Ono from Heroin Addiction
...m developing a heroin addiction, but a greedy drug dealer
and a healthy fear of needles. And, the news comes from an impeccable source - Ono herself.Ono, on BBC Radio 4 programme 'On Desert Island Discs', revealed how their dealer, by mixing baby powder with heroin to maximise his profits, inadvertently ...
Drugs More Important Than Kids for Katona, Says Her Candy Man
Former Atomic Kitten singer Kerry Katonas drug dealer
has revealed secrets about the singer that might f...o go on a bender once. The singer even asked the dealer
once to put the drugs in the alloy wheels of her car while delivering so that the kids nanny does no...
Mercury in Antiques can Pose a Hazard - Study
...he market.Donald R. McLaughlin, a veteran antiques dealer
in Ohio and president of the World Antique Dealers Association, said many such pendulum vials broke decades ago. "There aren't many left," he said. "I rarely see them anymore, and I'm out every day." Still, researchers urge people to inspect old it...