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El Ni?o cycles linked to cholera outbreaks

...cholera in Bangladesh are consistent with a remote forcing by ENSO. The climate-disease story might be even more complicated and needs further research. In the case of Bangladesh, "another mediating factor in the ENSO-cholera relation might be the melting of the snowpack in the Himalayas and its effect on mo...

Chinese paracetamol may be slapped with dumping duty

...ad slashed the prices of the imported drug thereby forcing the domestic market to sell below its non-injurious price, which the domestic market could not recover. Hence the anti dumping duties, the Directorate added....

A new study surpasses Gene Therapy Hurdle

...for such diseases as sickle cell anemia, while not forcing other blood cells to make the substance. That hurdle was overcome last year, by researchers....

Puberty may be due to GPR54 gene and KiSS-1 Molecule

...unleashed several social and moral issues that are forcing governments, institutions and individuals to introspect within themselves.// However, it has also managed to shed new light on the understanding of human development. A recent announcement made by a U.S research team from the University of Pittsbur...

Cow's vein used in man to treat varicose ulcer.

...rdly walk a few feet without the excruciating pain forcing him to stop. After almost 18 years of non-stop pain he is yet to come to terms with the fact that he is cured. He manages to say, "It's a miracle." The procedure takes 90 minutes to perform and requires the patient to stay in the hospital for t...

Canadians flocking to India for quick and efficient medical treatment

...Canada is highly short of doctors and specialists, forcing patients to wait for three years for procedures such as knee replacement and hip resurfacing. Patients who suffered in silence so far are now turning to the World Wide Web to find medical help in India, where they are assured of speedy-and inexpensiv...

Bird Flu Alarm In Indonesia

...ed in 19 other provinces since October, killing or forcing the slaughter of more than a million birds. In southern Tien Giang province, a man who had been admitted to hospital after complaining of a high fever was transferred to an isolation ward. But he left - saying he needed to buy personal items - and ...

Avian flu scare in Malawi too!!

... poultry stocks across Asia since 2003, killing or forcing the slaughter of more than 160 000 million birds. It has also killed at least 71 people. The biggest fear is that this does not mutate into a deadly strain that could pass on from human to human. ...

UN Fears Melting Of Ice Would Concentrate Toxins in the Chinese Water Supply

...ls added still it would not reach dangerous levels forcing them to look for alternate sources of waster supplies. The UN said that it will help the Chinese government t deal with the problem and also advised both the Chinese and the Russians to undertake random samples of the water resource and do a regula...

Mentally Deranged Man Chained for 20 Years

...t him treated, but this did not serve its purpose, forcing them to chain him up. But for all the violence that his family claims he exhibited earlier, Mansharam is a very quiet man today. He spends his days not moving an inch or even trying to talk to anyone. His son, Saudan Singh, a college student, has alw...

Bridging People’s lives, Post Upheava

...s. This is in direct contrast to previous plans of forcing people into treatment, notwithstanding cases of hospitalizations. David Pilgrim, service manager of the centre, said: "Mental health is an under-funded area and always has been squeezed but mental health is not a quick fix. But what was bad about t...

Presence Of Live Avian Flu Is A Cause Of Concern: Scientists

...uted across a dozen scientists. The pressure is forcing Pradhan and his colleagues to pick and choose samples. "There is pressure," Pradhan admits, adding: "The top priority is for samples from sites with mortality." --Edited IANS...

NHS Forced to Borrow Money at Rates of 10 percent

Rising debts are forcing NHS to borrow money at rates of 10 percent from NHS banks. These rates are much higher than those offered by other street banks. Traditionally the NHS// in collaboration with the Department of Health lent money with no charge. However from April t...

Competitive Advantage Are Attained In Which Freeloaders Are Punished

...e establishment and maintenance of cooperation. By forcing sanctioning and nonsanctioning institutions to compete head-to-head in an experimental setting, the authors also present empirical support for the idea that institutions with built-in sanctioning mechanisms can establish norms of cooperation and out-...

Children Health Care To Be Given Priority

...dren's NHS services could become more centralised, forcing some youngsters to travel long distances for treatment. The opposition were still concerned that even routine services, such as general surgery, may eventually be centralised to fewer locations in big cities. The Executive's consultation document ...

European Medicines Agency (EMEA) Recommends Herceptin For Early Stage Breast Cancer

...it. But NHS trusts continued to refuse the drug, forcing patients to seek refuge in court. Ann Marie Rogers...on, Wiltshire won a case earlier this month ruling forcing her local primary care trust to fund Herceptin. The news of Herceptin's approval by the EMEA was wel...

Health Officials Defend Their Decision To House Patients In Hotels

...family weren't happy in any way then they were not forcing people to do so....

Dispensing Drug Dosage To Children Through Computers

... need for handwritten information and free text by forcing providers to make selections from a dropdown menu. On a cautionary note, researchers found the risk for mismatching medication orders to treatment plans was slightly higher with the use of the electronic chemo order system, probably because current ...

Despite Collapse Of The Medicos Strike To Continue Unabated

...ored category have returned to work. "We are not forcing anyone to join us, everyone is free to decide. At the same time, we will not oppose those who are returning to work. There must be some limitations on their side," said a resident doctor. Rakesh Kumar, a research scholar at AIIMS, said with more su...

MRP of drug to include local tax – Paswa

... over and above the MRP printed on the drugs, thus forcing a buyer to pay more, Paswan told reporters here asserting that practice would be stopped. The ministry, which controlled the price of 74 medicines, was formulating a policy, Paswan said. It decided to bring all the 354 'essential' drugs under its...

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