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Britneys Confession - 'I'm Not a Virgin'

...dy". It maybe the case of further the pasture the greener it is....

Radical Change in the Lifestyle Might Bring a Greener Future for Brits

...styles, if they want to enjoy a pollution-free and greener future, a report prepared by the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT), has said. According to the report, the lifestyle changes could include having vegetarian meals, running battery- operated cars and avoiding affordable flights. Paul Allen...

Brits Need to Change Lifestyle to Have a Greener Future: Report

...tyles , if they want to enjoy a pollution-free and greener future, a report prepared by the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT), has said. According to the report, the lifestyle changes could include having vegetarian meals, running battery- operated cars and avoiding affordable flights. Paul Allen,...

Nurturing Our Nurses for Healthcare Par Excellence

...orse, as many leave for foreign lands in search of greener pastures. This trend led the WHO to recognize the shortage of nurses as one of the key impediments to achieving healthcare milestones. A study carried out in United States, Germany, Canada, England and Scotland showed that almost 41% of the nurse...

Fly Ash Bricks are Absolutely Safer Than Actually Predicted

...er generation while meeting increasing demands for greener building materials, Allnutt said. "Manufacturing clay brick requires kilns fired to high temperatures. That wastes energy, pollutes air and generates greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming. In contrast, fly ash bricks are manufactured a...

‘Nursing’ a Dream in Foreign Lans

...re making a beeline to foreign lands, in search of greener pastures. Therefore, it has become an exciting profession in recent years. According to census figures, there has been an exodus of nurses leaving their homeland to find work in the Unites States. In the 1990 alone, nearly 8.5% of all newly regist...

‘Obesity’ Acquires Permanent Resident Status in the US

Obesity has been a frequent flier in search of greener pastures, but now, gauging by the unconditional adulation it has received//, has decided on a permanent home in the United States of America. ‘O’ for omnipresent, obesity, is estimated to have entered into the lives of nearly one-third of U.S childre...

Indian Nurses All Set To Join Santa Fe hospital

...es from India are realizing their dream of seeking greener pastures. St. Vincent Regional Medical Center has infact recruited eight nurses from India who will be joining the hospital during this summer. The nurses are qualified with a bachelor’s degree in nursing and will be completing a course to help the...

Review of Reversal of Spread of Diseases in Africa

...xodus of health personnel to the West in search of greener pastures has further undermined Africa's capacity to respond to Aids. Limited expenditures for the health sector in the budget, in addition to inadequate incentives have only meant that very few countries can replace those migrating or motivate tho...

Move Over Chicken - Rabbit Meat, All Set to Bridge the Gulf

...emselves on the plane to the gulf, not so much for greener pastures but to suit the changing palates of people in the Gulf. // The demand for rabbit meat has increased following the bird flu scare, and is much like the oasis in the desert, for what was a dry gulf palate sans the chicken. Gulf countries are...

Medical Tourism To India Hurts US Hospitals

...ser cost, then patients will naturally look at the greener grass, something that American hospitals are noting with concer....

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