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Bird Flu Does Not Spare the Wild Swans in Georgia

The head of the veterinary department at Georgia's Agriculture Ministry said that the deadly strain H5N1 causing the avian flu was detected among the wild swans// in Georgia. ..Jambul Maglakelidze told the press that bird flu has entered Georgia and has confirmed it after a series tests done on wild swans. These birds are found near the Black Sea coast which borders Turkey. Laboratory tests on...

Georgia: Indian doctor's license cancelled

A 70-year-old Indian-American doctor’s licence has been suspended by the Medical Board of Georgia state for allegedly using insecticides to treat cancer patients // and prescribing unauthorised drugs. ..The nine-member board took the unanimous decision at a meeting on Thursday. ..The board's action came after a federal grand jury had accused Totada R Shanthaveerappa, a practitioner in Stockbrid...

Georgia Institute of Technology develops doppler Vein finder

Michael Gray and his research team from Georgia Institute of Technology as developed a new doppler ultrasound which detects veins accurately. The researchers feels that locating veins accurately would avoid unnecessary punctures during injections which causes inflammation and infection. // ..The new technology gives a 3-D dimensional structure using doppler effect which uses an alternating wavele...

Data On Three Million Georgia Residents Lost

A CD containing information on almost 3 million residents of Georgia, U.S has been reported missing. The data is believed to have been lost in transit//. .. The CD is said to contain social security numbers, birth dates and addresses of people who were enrolled in Medicaid or PeachCare, a state health insurance program for children, during the four years preceding June 2006. .. Affiliated Comput...

Georgia Hit With African Swine Fever: FAO

Georgia has been hit by African swine fever, a devastating pig disease that could also threaten neighbouring countries, the Food and Agriculture Organisation said Friday. ......"This is a dramatic development," said Jan Slingenbergh, senior animal health officer at the Rome-based FAO, noting that the highly contagious viral disease "has been almost entirely confined to sub-Saharan Africa since...

Georgia may Lose Most Pigs to Swine Fever: FAO

Georgia is at risk of losing most of its pig population to African swine fever and the devastating disease could also threaten pigs in neighbouring countries, the UN food agency warned Tuesday . ......"There is strong evidence that the devastating pig disease African Swine Fever is widely spread across Georgia," the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said in a written statement. ......With...
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