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US Senate Approves Embryo-research Plan Despite President's Refusal

...ft restrictions Bush imposed in August 2001 on the grounds that the research destroys human embryos. Scientists, eager to explore the potential for treating brain diseases such as Alzheimer's and diabetes, have pressed the government to ease the restrictions. So has Senate Republican majority leader Bill...

March towards Free Pneumococcal Vaccine

...er Dunne with a letter and placed 150 dolls on the grounds of parliament to represent the young children who would catch the disease this year. March organiser Fiona Colbert has asserted that the campaign for free vaccine programme for those under two would be successful with the Ministry of Health due to...

Older, More Rounded, and Artier Applicants make Better Medical Students

...arded for an A level in English Literature, on the grounds that it improves imagination and empathy, communication skills, and the ability to discuss complex ethical issues. A minimum age requirement of 23, but without the need for a first degree, so as not to disadvantage those from less affluent backgrou...

36 Children Die of Encephalitis in Uttar Pradesh

... to remain as bad as in the past, and the breeding grounds for the virus are thriving, it is too early to predict how bad it can get." Even microbiologist T.N. Dhole, who has been doing extensive research at the Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences here on encephalitis, considers the ne...

Controversial Vaccine Raises Fury of the Church

...en as giving the green light to promiscuity on the grounds that the vaccine protects young people from developing the virus that is the main cause of cervical cancer." However the rates of cervical cancer in some part of Scotland are almost a third higher than the national average thereby Scots politician...

‘Search and Destroy’ operation against dengue mosquitoes in Philippins

...ective way is to identify and destroy the breeding grounds of mosquitoes.” Duque agreed with him.“This operation is inexpensive because it will only require the demolition of all possible mosquito breeding places that include old tires, coconut husks, roof gutters, discarded bottles, flower vases and all ...

Painkillers Linked to Still More Problems

...rmful at commonly used doses. We believe there are grounds for reviewing its regulatory status." The research details have been published in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association. David Graham, a physician who works for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said, "What does this all mean...

Breeding Mosquitoes Soon to be a Criminal Offence

...offenders whose premises were found to be breeding grounds for mosquitoes. Shastri stated that police cases would be registered against those people. In addition city schools have been relegated the role of creating awareness about the diseases during their prayer sessions. Civic officials have reported th...

Changes in Solar Brightness Too Weak to Explain Global Warming

...bers. However, the authors conclude on theoretical grounds that these additional low-frequency changes are unlikely. 'There is no plausible physical cause for long-term changes in solar brightness other than changes caused by sunspots and faculae,' says Wigley. Apart from solar brightness, more subtle in...

AIIMS Student Dies of Dengue Fever

... keep a close watch for any signs of such breeding grounds around hospital premises, the students' hostels and doctors' residences. "Besides, we have also asked students and resident doctors to keep their water coolers clean," the official said, adding that the AIIMS will also ask the civic authorities to ...

Detention, Uncertainty take their Toll on the Mental Health of Refugees

... detention and allowing for external review of the grounds for detention after two years,” Mr Steel said. “TPV holders have been allowed to apply for permanent residency under alternative immigration streams. “Several factors undoubtedly shaped these changes, but concerns about the mental health of detai...

Dengue Outbreak in the Capital is not an Epidemic: Government

...D, to intensify surveillance of potential breeding grounds and launch fogging of anti-mosquito drugs. Source-IANS...

AIIMS Campus - A Breeding Ground for Mosquitoes

...de eateries on the western part are ideal breeding grounds for mosquitoes. Said a student of the hospital: "The administration has started fumigating everyday only after residents of the campus contracted dengue. Neither the hospital authorities nor the civic officials are bothered about cleaning the stink...

Outbreaks of Whooping Cough Contributed by Vaccine Exemptions

... that parents usually claim such exemptions on the grounds of concerns about vaccine safety. His earlier studies have shown that 69 percent of those parents who sought exemptions did so because they feared vaccination did more harm than the diseases it prevents. These concerns mostly stem from proposed li...

Dengue Kills 40 in Dominican Republic

... volunteers will be enrolled to eliminate breeding grounds for Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes, the transmitter of the disease. He urged people to take necessary preventive measures and also avoid contact with breeding areas. Source-IANS...

Ban on mobile usage in hospitals uncalled for, says a report

... proof that something is not dangerous rather than grounds that it is. It is ridiculous that in life-or-death situations doctors are still having to rely on pagers while many patients would welcome the opportunity to talk to their friends and family without resorting to expensive hospital phones.'...

Dengue Fever Spreads in Latin America, Caribbean

...volunteers would be enrolled to eliminate breeding grounds for aedes aegypti mosquitoes, the transmitter of the disease. In Colombia, around 16 patients are reportedly hospitalised, while one is in serious condition with aggressive haemorrhagic strain. Colombian civic authorities are calling upon the peo...

Face – off! This ain’t no Sci-i

...here is a possibility of outright rejection on the grounds of being too risky a procedure or that it deems fu...ve the surgeons to do a complete transplant on the grounds that it was too risky. Efforts in the UK to pursue complete transplants faced opposition in 2003 ...

Federal government blamed for allocating meager portion to health sector:ALP

... by blaming the short comings on various technical grounds ranging from transportation shortages to shortage in availability of manpower. Even areas like the sudden invasion of avian flu, which has been reasonably focused upon shows gross figures of unspent funds. The point raised against the government wa...

Too much time with the telly may trigger autism

... influence social interactions negatively. On the grounds of this research the researchers have exhorted all parents not to ignore the warning given by experienced paediatricians to curtail and minimize the number of hours devoted to watching T.V for very young children. The American Academy of Pediatrician...

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