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Unpleasant Memory of Food could Be Used to Treat Obesity

...child - can be implanted in people's minds. It is doubtful that psychologists could ethically use it on obese patients without their consent, but Loftus suggests that parents could consent to it. "There is little to stop parents from providing these suggestions to their children." -(IANS) Medindia on Obe...

Mass Bird flu vaccination to Chinese Poultry

...d as asked the villagers to report immediately any doubtful death of birds in their area as it is reported that China has an estimated 14.2 billion birds. China has reported two human deaths due to bird flu and is an increased threat for mutation of the bird flu virus to become a more virulent infective for...

People Need To Be More Guarded Against Skin Cancer

...ully aware that they should be sun safe, but it is doubtful if they are actually putting it into practice. The employees of Suncorp were studied, and the organization will further refine its programs to make the people change their attitude. Over 80% of the population of Australia suffered from sunburns dur...

Bio-Functional Garments That Could Revolutionize Fashion Industry

...ls and can cause contact allergies. And it remains doubtful that the personal care products have any benefit at all. --Edited IANS...

Solution For Controlling The Raising Health Costs

...est Americans. Some health care providers are also doubtful of Mr. Hubbard's push to publicize their prices and some economists feel that his approach to health care is overly simplified....

Drug Firm Disowns Liability

...g but the form does not spell that out. It is also doubtful whether the doctor heading the trial at Northwick Park Hospital in north London verbally highlighted the specific nature of the cytokine risk to the participants. The form says that that the drug could cause a hives-like allergic reaction. The volunt...

Calcium Supplements May Not Be Of Much Use For Healthy Kids

...o little calcium, think twice as a new research is doubtful about the value of supplements and calcium-fortified foods that builds stronger bones.// "The review shows that supplementing the diet with calcium in healthy children has little benefit for bone health," said lead author Tania Winzenberg. As a resu...

Safety Measures Pose an Added Expenditure for the Airlines

...against government watch lists. But the airline is doubtful whether it will be able to shoulder the cost of the new safety measures....

Abuja Challenges the Government

...izations were eager to note these targets but were doubtful whether these will be met. The doubt is mainly because of the very little progress that has been achieved in implementing goals set in 2001. The African Union (AU) found that Nigeria, Burundi and Ethiopia were set aside only 4 %, 3 % and 2% of their ...

Kallis to undergo surgery for tennis elbow

...our of Australia because of the problem and is now doubtful for the tour of Sri Lanka in August. 'However, he should be fit and ready for the ICC Champions Trophy in India in September and the 2007 World Cup in West Indies in March,' physiotherapist Shane Jabaar said. 'The decision to undergo surgery on his...

Hospitals In Scotland Not Diagnosing DVT Properly

...report and diagnosed her with muscle injury. Still doubtful she had gone the next day to the A&E at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley, but there too she was discharged and told to return if she got worse. On 26th January she started experiencing breathing difficulties and was rushed to a hospital in Gre...

Murky Relationships between Doctors and Pharmaceutical Companies Exposed

... off-label use beyond federal rules.vIn fact it is doubtful that a doctor would keep on prescribing a certain drug if the company that manufactures it is less than generous with its rewards and incentives. Therefore caught in the stranglehold of the drug companies and the doctors they pamper, health comes w...

Vaccines For Cervical Cancer Will Soon Be Available In Developing Nations

...ly to be welcomed in rich countries but it is very doubtful how it would be received by the developing world, where 80 percent of cervical cancer deaths occur. This is because of lack of awareness and also dearth of screening and treatment programs. Health experts called for a global access of these vaccine...

Activists Urge Greater Medical Support for Gulf War Veterans Exposed to Sarin Gas

...to die from brain cancer, it had said. Yet it is doubtful if even now, over 16 years after the Khamisiyah disaster, the Department of Defense (DOD) will finally face the issue of US-troop sarin exposure.One obvious reason is money. If the DoD admitted to withholding critical information connected to their ...

Sylvester Stallone Admits He Tried to Smuggle Banned Growth Hormone to Australia

... treatment. Many of the claims made for HGH have a doubtful scientific basis. Studies have shown that elevated levels of HGH can lead to swelling of the soft tissues in the body; abnormal growth of the hands, feet and face; high blood pressure; an increased tendency to sweat and excessive hair growth. The...

Army Training Regimen Brutal in US, Needs Overhauling

...l barracks from acute methadone intoxication. It's doubtful that the adjustments since Scarano's death will do any more than those after Poirier's to alter fundamentally the treatment of injured soldiers. "Ft. Sill still doing it," read the subject line of a February letter from a woman who said her nephew...

Character Test for Australian Visa Subjective

...e weekend - why wait until now?" he said. "It is doubtful that Andrews' decision is reasonable as he suggests, given the weakness of the case against Haneef and that he is an innocent man," he said. Senior University of New South Wales constitutional law lecturer Andrew Lynch also predicted Haneef would ...

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