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Fury over Backing of Health Shake-up

...oncerns and then local councilors say there are no grounds to send it into national government to be reviewed. 'I've got national government sitting there saying, 'Well send it in and we'll look at it'. It seems completely incomprehensible as far as I'm concerned.' Gordon Prentice, the Labor MP for P...

New Jersey Decides to Support $500 M Stem Cell Research

...opposes the embryonic research project on morality grounds and for the sheer risk it involves even while supporting the adult stem cell research. MT...

Marketing in Schools may Discourage Healthy Nutrition among Students

...rcent at vending machines and 27 percent on school grounds such as sports playing fields. More than 10 percent of the respondents said the ads were displayed in the cafeteria. Factors influencing the number of soft drink ads were soft drink company incentives from distributors, exclusive beverage contract...

Gere Jives To Bollywood Songs To Spread AIDS Awareness

...ercial sex workers and the glitterati at the MMRDA grounds at the Bandra-Kurla complex. Visibly overwhelmed by the level of support from the sex workers towards the community-led HIV prevention efforts, he said: "This is unfathomable in the US, Europe or anywhere else in the world. You have a sense of commu...

Lethal Hospital Bug Tough to Knock Down, Statistics Reveal

...ns. Hospital environments are favorable breeding grounds because they have large groups of people in close ... sites where the germs can lie dormant. Breeding grounds of both these bacteria include public washrooms and taps, doorknobs, washcloths, towels etc. <...

Indian Doctors in Britain Lose Legal Battle

...Division did not accept that there were sufficient grounds to support the claim that the changes in the immigration rules or the subsequent guidance given by the Department of Health were unlawful. The outcome is expected to set a precedent for two more judicial review petitions relating to changes made t...

More Women Opting for Caesarean, Unaware of Consequences

...r the procedure nowadays. Women with no medical grounds for a c-section are also opting for the surgery more frequently. "There are women who are very afraid of pain or who have had a traumatic childbirth in the past," noted Ines Albrecht-Engel of the Berlin-based Society for Prenatal Preparation, Star...

Autism Expert Creates Innovative Intervention Program

...SSERT program at Utah State serves as the training grounds for the educators who will make a difference in classrooms. The program offers children a chance to receive help at a young age. Thomas Higbee, director of USU’s Autism Support Services, spent more than 10 years researching and developing cutting-e...

Saif Ali Khan Recovering and Stable

...Africa at 1.30 a.m. Sunday and rushed to the MMRDA grounds at the Bandra-Kurla Complex to practice for last night's Stardust Awards,' Soha told IANS Monday. But soon news of Saif's heart attack spread and several Bollywood biggies like Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt, who were present at the awards function...

Women Will Be Paid to Donate Eggs for Science

...named, said there was no reason not to go ahead on grounds of medical risk because some women already took part in clinical drug trials for which they received money. Donations for research could lead to major breakthroughs in the treatment of infertility, he said. At present, a woman can donate her eggs, ...

Time to Overhaul Australia's Medicines Safety Surveillance System

...cription medicines, which were withdrawn on safety grounds after marketing, has shown that reliance on pre-marketing trials and voluntary adverse reaction reports from health professionals does not provide adequate protection, said population health expert Associate Professor Chris Kelman, of the National Ce...

Nepal to Introduce Art of Living for Golfers

...sprawling Gokarna forest that was once the hunting grounds of the royal family of Nepal, the resort, operated by Le Meridien, runs 16 luxury cottages, complete with a spa, health club and of course golf course. The golf course attracts players from the SAARC countries during an annual tourney sponsored by ...

Cancer-hit Geelani to Travel Abroad for Specialized Treatment

...ope India will consider our appeal on humanitarian grounds and allow Geelani to travel abroad," Akbar said. Staunchly pro-Islamabad, Geelani seeks the merger of Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistan. Geelani broke away from the separatist All Parties Hurriyat Conference in 2003, alleging that his colleagues ha...

Reason Behind Dyscalculia Revealed

...tions in the right parietal lobe and provides sold grounds for further study on the physical abnormalities present in dyscalculics’ brains. It’s an important step to the ultimate goal of early diagnosis through analysis of neural tissue, which in turn will lead to earlier treatments and more effective remedi...

Increasing Number Of UK Nurses Suffer From Back Pain Due To Obese Patients And Work Pressure

...ff and doctors seek retirement from the NHS on the grounds of ill health and the current situation with the nurses is not going to help the overall manpower shortage. Back injury is only one of the many problems that face the nurses put up in the NHS, others include -increase in workload due to low staffin...

After the King’s Crown, Maoist Want Miss Nepal’s Cron

...tion that is seeking to have the programme axed on grounds that it treats women as sex objects. Scheduled to be held Saturday, the Miss Nepal contest's main sponsor is Dabur India's wholly-owned subsidiary Dabur Nepal. The pageant has run into fresh offensive from the guerrillas who this week approached th...

Patents: Appellate Board Becomes Functional

...enied Wockhardt a patent for its antibiotic on the grounds of 'prior art' -- Wockhardt's so-called innovation was information already in the public domain. Significantly the patent office's refusal to grant a patent to nadifloxacin came a few months after it rejected Novartis' patent application for Glivec...

HIV Experts Criticize Australian PM's Suggestion for Ban on Entry of HIV-infected

... most HIV-positive applicants were rejected on the grounds that they could pose an unfair burden on the public health system. "It's very tight already," Baxter said. Dr. Chris Lemoh, an infectious disease specialist who is working on a doctorate on the spread of AIDS among African immigrants in Victoria, s...

HIV Experts Criticize Australian PM's Suggestion for Ban on Entry of HIV-infected

... most HIV-positive applicants were rejected on the grounds that they could pose an unfair burden on the public health system. 'It's very tight already,' Baxter said. Dr. Chris Lemoh, an infectious disease specialist who is working on a doctorate on the spread of AIDS among African immigrants in Victoria, ...

Numerous Defense Personnel Granted Early Retirement Due to Mental Illness

...part, early retirement was sought on compassionate grounds such as to look after ailing parents/children/siblings, or to look after ancestral property and attend to litigation, or due to failure to acquire minimum qualifications required for promotion or due to "increase in employment opportunities on the ci...

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