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Nurse Has Miraculous Escape as Window is Blown Off an Air Ambulance

...f the broken window, so he put the airplane into a dive to a safe altitude of 10,000 feet. "I kept saying, 'Don't pass out, don't pass out, I have a patient on board and I have to take care of the patient,"' he said. Fogg said the patient, who saw the whole thing, was not in danger because he was on o...

Japanese Soak in Their Noodles

...s so much that some of them are literally ready to dive in to their bowl of ramen . A Japanese spa on Saturday opened special baths meant to resemble ramen, complete with bath salt shaped like the dangling delicacy, a giant pair of chopsticks overhead and water the aroma of pepper. "The aroma of peppe...

Australia Battles Oil Slick on Yarra River

...e oil. It can get on the feathers of birds if they dive into the water," he said. An absorption boom has been placed across the river upstream of Dights Falls to soak up the slick, and no wildlife have been injured so far. He said the oil below the boom would dissipate before it reached Port Phillip...

Robotic Surgeon to Team Up With Doctors, Astronauts on NASA Mission

...s that support the robot so they can be carried in dive bags by technical scuba divers and fit into the limited space. Most importantly, the engineers wrote an instructional manual so crew members could reassemble the robot and troubleshoot any problems they encounter. 'When you build a technology as a ...

Penguin: an Alternative Bio-indicator to Monitor Climate Change

... they cover hundreds of kilometers and are able to dive to depths of several hundred meters, so they explore a relatively large portion of the expansive Southern Oceans. Secondly, the diets of several populations of king penguins are well known. Thirdly, while foraging for food is done at sea the penguins...

Recently discovered deep-sea reefs catch the attention of the drug discovery team

...mi AUV work has instead made it possible to choose dive sites likely to be vibrant reef areas ahead of time, all with an understanding of the full system being explored. The expedition will have two main goals. First, the team will use the submersible to explore those seafloor areas that appear most pr...

Make No Bones About It: Actress Sally, Fields Osteoporosis Like A star!

...ly went off HRT, my bone density took a really big dive and my doctor noticed it." According to experts, women need more calcium. Field, a winner in sprit, decided to fight osteoporosis for all it is worth. The Actress, after consulting with her doctors, started to take the medication, Boniva, which w...

Fish food has lot of advantages, but only if cooked in the right way

...t of fat and calories in your meals. // Ready to dive into the nutrition facts? Just one piece of batter-dipped fish has 170 calories and 11 grams of fat. Fish or shrimp preparations accompanied by fried stuff, hushpuppies and coleslaw will probably give you 1,240 calories and 70 grams fat, in addition ...

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