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Encephalitis Death Toll In U.P. Crosses 200 Mark.

...ome in the way to pressurise the administration to defer its plan," a district official told on condition of anonymity. "Who doesn't know that the presence of pigs is a major source of mosquito breeding?" Even Governor T.V. Rajeshwar, who visited Gorakhpur last week to take stock of the situation, had ...

Health Minister Praises Efforts By NHS In Reducing Patient Waiting Time

...t claims that doctors who are being pressurised to defer the treatment of cancer sufferers in order to treat non-essential patients and meet NHS waiting time targets. Medical leaders have warned that the focus on attaining lower waiting times has led to management asking consultants to prioritise operation...

Scientists Put "Allergy-Friendly" Hotel Rooms to the Test

...l at UB where industry is willing to join with us, defer to our judgment and abide by our findings is extremely positive." "There has been incredible cooperation among the companies involved, UB and the Marriott," agreed David Gordon, chief executive officer of IntelliPure. The Buffalo Niagara Marriott...

Nerve Conduction Studies Safe for Patients with Implanted Cardiac Devices

...ted cardiac devices and their physicians sometimes defer important electrodiagnostic testing because of anxiety about potential negative effects// the testing may have on the device. Good news for these patients and physicians is that according to recent research, electrodiagnostic testing was found to pos...

Professional Wrinkle Cream Launched With 6x the Elastin

...lost in that year. Used properly, DermaLastyl will defer Botox injections or cosmetic surgery as it tightens and firms the skin. It can also be used to extend the life of previous surgery," states Dr. Burt Ensley PhD, CEO of DermaPlus, Inc. producer of the DermaLastyl brand of products. DermaLastyl-Bx Pr...

New AMA Survey Finds Medicare Cuts Will Hurt Seniors

...an two-thirds of physicians tell the AMA they will defer purchases of information technology next year. Over the life of the cuts, about eight in 10 physicians report they will have to forgo this important purchase used to improve health care quality. Also troubling, more than half of physicians say they...

Bidi Workers Protest Against Using Skull and Crossbones Sign on Packets

...u was being threatened. "I kindly request you to defer the decision to introduce the skull mark to a better future and protect the livelihood of lakhs of beedi worker families," Karunanidhi wrote. Bidi smoking, like cigarettes and other nicotine products, is said to be injurious to health and has been ...

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