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Half of world's children are passive smokers - damning disclosure from WHO

...t, and done everything in their power to delay and defeat meaningful action on second-hand smoke". Another startling and worrying statistic is that figures predict that nearly 20% of the women in the world, that is one in five women the world over, will be smokers by 2025 if current trends continue. Now 48...

"Defeat AIDS Pledge" by Andhra CM

... only cure, and to support the national resolve to defeat HIV/AIDS. Union Health Minister A. Ramadoss, minister of state P. Lakshmi and state ministers and legislators were present at the function that marked the culmination of a month-long awareness campaign by AASHA (AIDS awareness and sustained holistic...

Speed up bird flu vaccine, Bush tells experts

...d, "Let us remember our objective is not simply to defeat H-Five-N-One. It is to be prepared for whatever comes. Because at some point we will most certainly have to use our preparation," he said. Avian flu has primarily affected the Southeast Asian nations although it is largely limited to poultry and wi...

Stigma attached to HIV/Aids hampers efforts to fight the disease

...or AIDS are still feared and stigmatized. We can’t defeat AIDS unless we end outrageous abuses against activists, outreach workers, people living with AIDS and those most vulnerable to infection.” Human Rights Watch has communicated the extent of abuse by listing out the innumerable cases when AIDS acti...

Common Cold does not Merit Antibiotics

...of germs, nicknamed as super bugs that are able to defeat even the most potent antibiotics. When researchers prescribed antibiotics for conditions such as cold, it was seen that for each case that improved there were six who did not respond to the drug. The researchers opined "Our summation would be to su...

Current Cooling Devices Ineffective in Preventing Brain Injury

...in most patients such techniques will be unable to defeat the natural temperature regulation built into the brain via the blood system. "In adult humans, the characteristic length that this kind of cold assault appears to penetrate is approximately a tenth of an inch, leaving the temperature of approximate...

Existing Brain Cooling Not Beneficial To Trauma Patients

...in most patients such techniques will be unable to defeat the natural temperature regulation built into the brain via the blood system. "In adult humans, the characteristic length that this kind of cold assault appears to penetrate is approximately a tenth of an inch, leaving the temperature of approximat...

A Protein from Primate may Save Humans from HIV !

...t on both the cell and virus. Viruses that have to defeat more than one antiviral mechanism often develop resistance at a much slower pace. The next phase of Cole's research will delve more into the mutations that HIV-1 can take in an effort to minimize them as much as possible. Many series of laboratory ...

Global AIDS Conference Calls for Long-term Strategies

... began here with calls for a long-term strategy to defeat the deadly virus.// Peter Piot, executive director of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) said Sunday that an end to the disease was "nowhere in sight," at the start of the 16th International AIDS Conference. As the global...

Researchers Make a Major Strategic Breakthrough in Controlling the AIDS Virus

...s, we found the missing link that may enable us to defeat the virus,” noted Dr. Sékaly. Discussions with partners are also underway to translate these research findings into clinical trials, which could start during the coming year. Thanks to the joint efforts of the Université de Montréal, the CHUM Resea...

Climate Sceptics Issued With Challenge by a U.K Scientist

...anet. Alan said on Saturday that he had planned to defeat so-called "deniers", first on-line and later at a public debate. Mr. Thorpe said, “We need, very urgently, to discuss what to do now to mitigate the effects of climate change. Yet a handful of scientists, politicians and writers are still claiming ...

New Tests Promise Rapid and Accurate Detection of Malaria

... give the treatment anyway. And then, yes, it does defeat the purpose of the tests, but as RPTs are being scaled up in Africa, efforts are being made to educate health workers about the appropriate use of the test and the patient to know that a negative test from an RDT means you do not have malaria. It doe...

Golfer Plans ‘lasting Legacy’ for Mothr

...the only charity in the UK wholly dedicated to the defeat of lung cancer, the biggest cancer killer of women as well as men. "I have supported a range of charities throughout the years, but have decided that I want to concentrate my efforts on one project and to do something that has the potential to make...

Bone in Woolmer’s Neck Found Broken, Say Police Source

...d. Less than 24 hours after Pakistan’s stunning defeat at the hands of Ireland in the World Cup preliminaries on Saturday, the legendary Woolmer was found unconscious in his room in Kingston, Jamaica. He was declared dead on arrival at the hospital.Yesterday Jamaican police had said the death was being t...

African Americans Tend to Suffer More from Drug Abuse

...might have made the difference between victory and defeat for George W. Bush, it is pointed out. But so far no serious Democratic contender has committed himself or herself on the issue of abolishing the disparity....

Australian PM Wants to Prevent Entry of HIV Positive and Leprosy Affected People

As opinion polls predict a major defeat for the ruling conservatives in Australian federal elections, Prime Minister John Howard is stepping up his rhetoric, projecting himself as a tough man , who would do anything to protect the interests of his electorate. Only last month he had kicked ...

The Plot Gets Thicker In The Woolmer Case

...at Pegasus hotel in Jamaica, a day after the shock defeat of Pakistan by fledgling team Ireland. According to ARY TV reports, both Talat Ali and the Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Dr Nasim Ashraf, have refused to comment on the mater.The television channel also reported that one champagne bottle was em...

Taking Animals Out of Laboratory Research

... research while still maintaining crucial work to defeat diseases that affect millions of people. The new FRAME Alternatives Laboratory, within the University's Medical School, is to be officially opened by Ed Balls MP, Economic Secretary to the Treasury, on July 6. FRAME Fund for the Replacement of A...

Researchers Discover How Cancer Evades the Immune System

...we find the genetic changes that allow a tumour to defeat the immune system, then we can apply therapies that compensate for these genetic alterations," added the researcher, whose findings have been published in the journal Cell. Dr. Epstein and his student Rebecca Sadun used real-time PCR (rtPCR), a hi...

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