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When CIAs Poisoned Capsule for Castro Stuck to the Freezer!

...s favorite underwater fishing location and a scuba diving wet suit tainted with toxins. Among early attempts devised by the CIA to discredit Castro was a plan to place chemical powders on his boots that would cause his beard to fall out when he was in New York to speak at the United Nations in 1960. Whe...

Goans Celebrate Monsoon Festival

...In Navelim, young men and teenaged boys, were seen diving into a well and splashing around. Men, women and children donning colourful headgears made of flowers sang and danced, as they made merry on the occasion. Hundreds of people gathered in the picturesque village of Siolim, to watch heavily decorate...

Sea Massage for French Wines

...n carried out by professional abalone fishermen in diving suits.The 600 sea-buried bottles, 300 red and 300 white minus the four used for the tasting were immediately dispatched to the nearby island of Cezembre, where they were to be auctioned later the same day for the benefit of a French charity to feed...

Penguin: an Alternative Bio-indicator to Monitor Climate Change

... change. “If penguins are travelling further or diving deeper for food, that tells us something about the availability of particular fish in regions of the Antarctic. We may be able to assess the pressure exerted by king penguins on this ecosystem, and look at the effects of both climate change and overf...

British Doctors on Everest Mission Get Bitter Dose

...ysician Sundeep Dhillon, clinician Roger McMorrow, diving expert Denny Levett and space expert Kevin Fong generated worldwide media hype when it announced its plans in 2005.However, there was one thing the doctors forgot - to take the permission of the host country. According to Nirbhay Kumar Sharma, adm...

Poor diabetics: bitter times and worse times with no sweet respite

... the poor communities marred by diabetes from snow diving into a bleak era which seems to offer little in the form of appropriate care when compared to those who suffer from the same illness in higher socio economic groups. Statistics reveal that Over two million people are diagnosed with diabetes in t...

No Link between Scuba Diving and Impaired Lung Function

... males with normal lung function and an uneventful diving history, there are no long-term deleterious respiratory effects. This may be reassuring for millions of recreational divers worldwide."...

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