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In China, Online Gamers Raking in the Cash

...stress . It all takes place in cyberspace, where earning credits for online gamers who are too busy to do it themselves has become a handy source of extra income for the 21-year-old -- and a full-time job for thousands of other Chinese. Zhao, a third-year student at Beijing's Central University of Financ...

Low Income Family Adolescents Suffer Migraine

... the migraine prevalence among teens in households earning 90,000 dollars or more was only 2.9 percent. It would seem that for those teens who have a genetic predisposition for migraine, the stressful life events related to income dont matter, says Dr. Bigal. Theyre more likely than other teens to get migr...

Physios Find It Difficult to Find Job in NHS

...erapist. She is currently working 26 hours a week, earning 5.69 an hour, as a cashier at Asdas Cardiff Bay supermarket. And her dream of becoming a physiotherapist is on hold. The 26-year-old is one of up to 150 qualified physiotherapists who cannot find a job in the NHS. Like her many are currently working...

Talks Between Striking Polish Nurses and Government to Open

...vice salaries are very low in Poland, with a nurse earning around 290 to 340 euros (390 to 457 dollars) a month and a hospital doctor 395 euros (530 dollars), not counting overtime....

US Lawmakers Considering Legislation to Restrict Payments by Drug Companies to Doctors

...largest amount, according to the Vermont analysis, earning an average of $33,730. Since the state identified the specialties of only the top 100 earners, these averages represent the money earned by only some of the states specialists. There were 11 psychiatrists and 5 endocrinologists in that top group of 1...

New Survey List Out Cities That Take Sun Protection Seriously

..., Chicago was ranked last of the 32 cities polled, earning the designation of the least sun-smart city and demonstrating the need for increased efforts to educate residents on the dangers of sun exposure. In this case, only 21 percent of Chicagoans received As and Bs on their tanning and sun protection knowl...

Red Cross renders emergency relief efficiently

...pportunities to increase vocational skills and the earning opportunities of low-income groups and to raise the status of women socially and economically by making them available opportunities for learning and leadership. The Red Cross MCW units teach home nursing skills to auxiliary nurses, midwives and h...

America on Brink of Allergy Crisis

...ple treat or prevent their allergy problems. After earning a medical degree, the allergist-immunologist completes a three-year residency training program in either internal medicine or pediatrics. Next the allergist completes two or three more years of study in the field of allergy-immunology in order to pre...

Australia Agonising Over the Problem of Cocaine Use by Lawyers

...was partly about narcissism: "(You have) young men earning huge sums of money, top-shelf wine, top-shelf addresses and top-shelf coke; men with egos already in outer space." She said the arrogance of the "barrister funster league" was astonishing: they worked within the law but felt free to break it.Cocain...

Teenage Self Confidence Can Translate Later into Material Wealth

...ida, found that self-confidence can translate into earning hundreds of thousands of dollars more over a lifet...rence, with those whose parents were professionals earning much more than self-confident people whose parents were laborers, and for that matter, more than tho...

Treatment Cost for Arthritis on the Rise: Study

...orts to decrease medical expenses and increase the earning power of people with arthritis. In 2003, employed adults with arthritis earned an average of $3,613 less than healthy working adults between the ages of 18 and 64. Nationwide, raw earnings losses due to arthritis totalled $108 billion, up from $99 ...

Health Insurance For Almost Everyone In Massachusetts

...y standards in which, for example, a single person earning $40,001 a year would be expected to pay no more th...300 a month, for health insurance; a single person earning $25,000 a year would be expected to pay a much smaller percentage, about 3.3 percent of income, or $...

India Fast Become Prime Location for Clinical Trials, but Vigilance Called for

...t, urge activists. That is far more important than earning dollars, they stress....

Pichkaris Not So Popular in Jharkhand

...ease in their sale. "Till few years back we were earning good money selling pichkaris during Holi. The sale has declined by 20 per cent now," said Vikas Kumar, a shopkeeper from Lalpur in Ranchi. Another shopkeeper, Indu Bhushan echoed: "During Holi we would set up makeshift stalls outside the shop. Over...

Breastfed Kids Enjoy Greater Social Mobility Than Bottle-fed Children

...lead to better exam and job prospects, and greater earning potential. But other as yet unknown social and economic factors associated with breastfeeding may explain the findings, they say. Breastfeeding may also improve long term health, which is associated socioeconomic factors. Source-Newswise...

The Other Side of Transsexuals

...mercial sex worker near the Salem railway station, earning about Rs.300 a day, half of which I had to give to the beat police. "It was during this time that I was introduced by the NGO, People's Development Initiative, to the TAI project's anti-AIDS clinic. They sent me for a beautician's training course...

Democrats Balk at Bush's Health Insurance Proposal

...ax research group, estimates that a family of four earning $80,000 would get tax savings of $1,500 under the ...rough the Bush plan, while an uninsured single man earning $50,000 would save $3,000. Breaux applauded the standard deductions that Bush suggested. "That's ...

Biocon to Launch Anti-arthritis Drug

...ners," she added. The company is also looking at earning revenue of about $100 million from the recent cancer drug BIOMAb-EGFR, mainly from the Middle East market. Biocon launched BIOMAb-EGFR last month for treating solid tumours of epithelial origin, such as head and neck cancers. Source-IANS...

India-Born 'Dr Death' Faces Civil Suits

...n Australia. It is rumoured that Patel - who was earning $200,000 a year in Bundaberg Queensland - is selling off his assets, which include his mansion in Portland, Oregon, and a Toyota Lexus. Patel has also been accused of fraud for falsifying his application to practise medicine in Australia by removin...

Doctors Protest against Regulation Changes

...t cannot be right, when a person's entire means of earning a living is at stake, to rely upon a balance of probabilities rather than proof beyond reasonable doubt." The BMA has also rejected the idea of setting up an independent tribunal to judge serious complaints made against doctors. In its response t...

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