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Poultry Ordered Indoors Following Bird Flu Suspicion In Germany

Reports of positive bird flu infection in wild swans have been reported by Germany and Austria. In response to the H5N1 virus detection, // the German government has ordered that all domestic poultry be moved indoors. .. ..Four other European nations have reported outbreaks this week and the disease now appears unstoppable, at least among wild birds. .. ..The latest suspected infections were in...

First Crossover Kidney Transplantation In Germany

In a major development in Germany since the 2003,ruling by the Federal Social Court laying the way for the recent// introduction of crossover transplantation, German surgeons have performed a cross over transplantation very recently in Hamburg and Essen, Germany after a court ruling making the procedure legal in certain circumstances. ..In a cross over transplantation a healthy person in one co...

Birds Flu Scare Reaches Germany

The discovery by a young boy of 22 dead geese at a pond in western Germany has raised fears that avian flu// may have already found its way into the country, though officials are urging the public to remain calm. ..Firemen from the town of Neuwied wore biological protection suits to scoop up the carcasses at a flooded gravel pit Monday evening and take them in metal boxes to the laboratory in ne...

Germany could start indoor poultry to avoid bird flu infection

Germany would be taking strict control measures to avoid infected poultry entering Germany from Turkey has there is a wide spread of bird flu infection Turkish poultry// reported Germany Agricultural Minster Horst Seehofer. ....World Health Organization has also asked Germany to take stringent measures to avoid bird flu ahead of the World’s biggest agriculture fair to be held in Berlin. German g...

Indian Doctor Establishes His Name In Germany

Indian radiologist Rajeev Diddy is the only doctor of Indian origin to receive a license to practice privately in Germany’s Essen City. He also has MD certifications to his credit. He sees as many as 100 patients per day starting from 7:30 am, and he calls it a day at 6 pm. His practice is estimated at US$ 5 million. // ......What makes his achievement all the more creditable is the fact it has...

New Bird Flu Cases In Germany Prompts Massive Culling Of Poultry

The number of birds infected by bird flu in northwestern Germany has been steadily increasing over the past few days with figures reaching 103. // About 2 of the 103 cases were identified outside the Baltic Sea island of Ruegen, where approximately 270 volunteers and troops have been involved in collection of carcasses. ....Recently, nearly 12 dead fowls have been found to harbor the deadly viru...

Germany Institutes Tough Measures To Tackle Bird Flu

Germany is on high alert after it was confirmed that the dreaded bird flu had made an entry into neighboring Poland. Germans had panicked after it was confirmed that a cat had died of bird flu. Since then the country has instituted a series of measures to ward off the disease. // Federal Agriculture and Protection of Consumer Minister Horst Seehofer has said that cats in the region of the bird fl...

Health Industry On An Upward Swing In Germany

Health products in Germany has grown in leaps and bounds as more and more health conscious Germans are willing to spend lavishly, be it for wellness//, sport, vitality or anti-ageing. The present trend has led to a booming $87-billion market for health products in the country. ..According to expert Leo Nefiodov, who studies economic trends,...

Indian-Born Doctor Diddy Shines In Germany

It's been a long haul from a medical college here to Essen, but Rajeev Diddy has made a seamless transition, becoming the only Indian-born radiologist// licensed to privately practise in the German city - and picking up four MD certifications in his specialty along the way... ..He sees up to 100 patients a day from 7.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and then writes up the reports, a task that takes another two...

Beards Are Back In Germany With A Bang!

Growing beard, which was considered out of fashion for years, is back in Germany. Wherever one looks, young men or those who think they are in touch with fashion are growing// beards again, much to the dismay of beard purists or fashion advisors. ....Cultural expert and author Mercedes Bunz was one of the first to notice the trend in Germany on returning from a long trip to the US. She said she w...

Germany Donates $870,00 For HIV Prevention Programs In Myanmar

A UNICEF statement issued on Saturday confirmed that Germany has donated $870,000 to the U.N. Children's Fund for fighting AIDS through prevention programs //aimed at youngsters who are out of school in Myanmar. ..UNICEF said the funds would be used to teach youngsters aged 10 and 17 prevention methods for HIV. These youngsters would also be taught various other skills. The statement added that...

Zoo Animal Succumbs to Avian Influenza in Germany

The death of a zoo animal, an Australian black swan, in Germany following infection with avian influenza virus has created shock waves among animal-lovers.// ....So far bird flu had only killed wild animals and farm poultry in Germany. Therefore the death of the Australian black swan at Dresden Zoo in eastern Germany has raised fears that animal collections created over a century or more to migh...

Germany's Therapeutic Mud Baths Have Healing Qualities

At first glance, it is difficult to believe anyone would willingly get into a mud bath. But thousands of Germans bathe in them every year to benefit their health//, and these warm baths have a long history as a natural cure. ....Patients have sought out the brownish-black mud in Bad Wilsnack in Brandenburg for more than a century, originally to ease back pain or arthritis. Today, it is also avai...

Germany Pledges 5.4 Billion Dollars for AIDS Fund

Germany will give four billion euros (5.4 billion dollars) over the next eight years to the global fight against AIDS, its development minister said in an interview to be published Thursday. ......Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul told the Financial Times Deutschland that the new funds were intended to send a message to other member states during the Group of Eight summit in the Baltic Sea resort of He...

Germany Confirms Second Bird Flu Outbreak

German health officials on Tuesday confirmed that the potentially lethal H5N1 strain of bird flu had been found in wild swans in the east of the country, the second such incident here in a week. ......The three birds were found dead in the area around Frohburg, near Liepzig, second incidence of the feared virus in a week, the Friedrich Loeffler Institute reported. ......The discovery followed...

Six Cases of H5N1 Bird Flu Confirmed in Germany

Six wild birds in Germany have died of the feared H5N1 strain of bird flu, a German institute said on Sunday. ......Six out of a total of 14 birds tested positive for the H5N1 strain of the virus, the Friedrich Loeffler Institute institute said. ......A health official, Katja Guenther, said earlier that tests carried out by the same institute confirmed that two swans and a wild goose had been in...

Germany, Greece Hold Gay Rights Marches

Around 400,000 German gays and lesbians marched through Berlin on Saturday to protest against discrimination in the workplace and schools, but only about 1,000 people joined a similar march in Greece, organisers said. ......In the German capital homosexuals were joined by bisexuals and trans-sexuals, many swathed in eccentric clothing or wearing elaborate masks and wigs, as the march wound its w...

Dozens More H5N1 Bird Flu Cases in Germany

German authorities on Thursday reported 38 new cases of the feared H5N1 strain of bird flu which can kill huamns in the country's east . ......The regional authorities in Sangerhausen in the state of Saxony-Anhalt said 38 dead birds found on the shores of an artificial lake near the town of Kelbra had all tested positive. ......Saxony-Anhalt is the fourth of Germany's 16 states to report cases...

Embryo Protection Law in Germany

According to new figures presented at the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, Instead of preserving life , Germanys embryo protection law has had the unintended consequence of increasing the number of foetuses killed after fertility treatment. ... ...The German embryo protection law, passed in 1991, stipulates that no more than three embryos can be created per cycle of IVF and...
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