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UK Uneasy Over Involvement of Doctors in Terror Attacks, but Not Panicking Over Non European Medics

.... For the British public, the prospect of highly educated professionals as terror suspects is a chilling departure from the home-grown Muslim terrorists, many with family roots in Pakistan, who have been implicated in previous conspiracies here. Britain remained jittery on Tuesday, with the police evacuat...

Discourage Less Educated Women from Conceiving , Says New Zealand Academic

...has brazenly called for measures to discourage the educated women from conceiving and encouraging the educated to give birth to more. New research out of last year's census shows that less educated women are t...

Eyeglass Guide Launched That Aids in Choosing the Right Eyewear

...nique resource designed to aid consumers in making educated choices hen selecting their eyeglasses. Created with input from expert eyecare professionals across the country, this resource provides critical information to lead consumers through the process of selecting glasses that best enhance and protect thei...

U.S Shows Increased Obesity Rate

...obese than their foreign-born counterparts. Less educated people have a higher prevalence of obesity than their counterparts, with the exception of black women. States in the southeast have higher prevalence than states on the West Coast, the Midwest and the Northeast. 16% of children and adolescents are ...

Hairy Boy Bets on Laser Treatment for Cure

...quick-fire remedy for the rare disorder. And the educated farmer never took recourse to anything unscientific - he never thought of going to a quack or a godman. Hormonal studies and pathological tests conducted in nearby Pune and as far as in Germany and the US have fetched normal reports, according to t...

Kerala Government Battles With Chikungunya On All Counts

... in the country. In addition, people are highly educated and well informed. Even the remote villages have public health centers. People have good access to doctors and medicines. Basic infrastructure in smaller towns and villages is much better than in any state in the country. Yet now, according to sou...

AIDS Patient Helps Others Lead a Positive Life

...she said. Born in a poor Muslim family, Hina was educated only up to Class 10. She was married off at the age of 20. When she got pregnant, doctors diagnosed that she is HIV positive. "I did not even know what HIV positive is but doctors told my family that it is a dangerous disease and whoever comes into...

Online Education Program Better Source of Information for Patients

...rchers said. "It's beneficial for patients to be educated in this way," Pia said. "When patients understand the different treatment options available to them, they can become more active participants in their healthcare decision-making by asking appropriate questions and understanding what their doctor is t...

Cultural Bias Against Women Hampering Fight Against AIDS in Africa

...rer, had a greater number of dependents, were less educated and were less food sufficient," Leiter said. "They are compelled often by their circumstances to engage in sexual behaviour that raises their HIV risk." The study points to four main aspects of the problem - Women's lack of control over sexual d...

Genetic Testing Helping Cancer Survivors Fight For Their Loved Ones

...d risks associated with genetic testing. Being an educated patient can help you to make informed decisions that will impact you and your family. Some benefits and risks associated with genetic testing, include: -- Benefits: Relief of uncertainty, understand cancer risk, make informed medical and lifestyle ...

Make-or-break Exams Stress China Youth

...make-or-break ordeal that will propel her into the educated elite -- or trap her down in the faceless masses. "The pressure comes from all sides -- from classmates, teachers, family, society and also myself," Duan said after completing part of her two-day test. She has taken supplementary classes throughout...

Scientists Have Found Way to Delay Menopause

...l status as women in our society. They are getting educated and having careers," Professor Winston said. According to Prof Winston, while a woman at the age of 16 has 400,000 eggs - but by the time she reaches the age of 46 there are virtually none left. This means that women lose around two eggs an hou...

Village Health Centres to the Rescue of Infants

...ld and mother," added Labanya. Mothers are also educated on breast-feeding, including proper positioning of the child during breast feeding and maintaining the required level of warmth. Labanya asserted that this has led to an increase in immunity among children....

Life After Death: Organ Donation

...s can be a difficult decision unless the family is educated about brain death. Well trained professionals, state- of- the- art hospitals, and an ever- growing 'needy' population have ensured that Tamil Nadu, is indeed the ' kidney hub ' of the world. Organ donation by a relative does not require any cred...

US Army to Recruit More Psychiatrists to Counsel Stressed Out Soldiers

...s were also more likely to be older, white, better educated and less likely to have never been married than other suicides. The authors concluded: With the projected rise in functional impairments and psychiatric morbidity among veterans of the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq, clinical and community inte...

Counseling to Mothers Against too Much Shaking of Children

...ses together. But if only mothers are sufficiently educated on the dangers inherent in shaking infants too much they could handle crying babies better. According to the Department of Defense records, there are about 10 to 20 deaths that occur in infants across the military that are caused by Shaken Baby Sy...

Severe Complications of Circumcision: An Analysis of 48 Cases

...ircumcisions are performed, they should be done by educated experience personnel. Source-Newswise...

Campaign Against Obesity Taken to Schools in US

...s have stressed that children themselves should be educated on the relationship between lifestyle and health and accordingly change their food habits. SR/B...

Make Treatment of Parkinsons More Affordable, Doctors Plead

...mary health care centers and district hospitals be educated to identify Parkinsonism and refer the patients to specialty centers. In a paper titled Direct Costs of Managing Parkinson’s Disease in India - Concerns in a Developing Country, Dr. Ragothaman and others note that the cost of treatment of debilita...

China Solicits More Organ Donors

...of recipients. Hunag cited that people should be educated on organ donations and their perspectives changed for the better. An information network should be established for the registration and distribution of human organ donations which will augment the organ supply. The minister said that the health min...

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