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Kasturba Medical College Organizes 'CME- Orth 2005' From 4th To 6th November

...uperintendent and COO of Kasturba Hospital was the guest of honour. The postgraduate participants from all over the country will be will be taught by eminent faculty from leading medical colleges and hospitals. One of the centralized attractions of the Kasturba Medical College is the Anatomy museum that ...

US Hotel Chain Bans Smoking In 77 Hotels From 2006

...smoking room. "Nobody likes to walk into a smoky guest room, not even smokers," said Sue Brush, Westin vice president. No-smoking rooms need less cleaning and repair of burned furnishings. To prepare for the new era, Westin's 2,400 smoking rooms in the US, Canadian and Caribbean will be deep cleaned an...

Model Kate Moss - Re-Birth After Humiliation

...model who fears that some of the candidates on her guest list may bring drugs. A source says: Kate is renting one of Steven Spielberg's places in Los Angeles and was to host a 50s-style party there. Everyone was so excited and invites had gone out telling guests what characters they were to be they'd ord...

A Royal Flush And A White Elephant

... the Armed Police Force where the walls of the VIP guest house was apparently torn down to construct the lavish bathroom a national Nepali weekly printed. Besides this the Government has been paying for the helicopter fuel, increased security for the royal couple and putting up welcome arches, which are st...

India Need To Pay More Attention to Manpower in Healthcare

...id this while addressing a discussion as the chief guest at the Osmani Memorial Auditorium on the occasion of the World Health Day. He also acknowledged that the budgetary allocations for the development of specialized medical sector are not enough and most of it is being spent on primary healthcare. Th...

Health Sector Manpower Asymmetrical to Population

...he country. Addressing a discussion as the chief guest at the Osmani Memorial Auditorium on the occasion of the World Health Day he said that about 38,206 physicians were working in the country for a population of 140 millions people. The number of nurses to serve the nation was only about 20,034 showin...

Sleeping Position Speaks A Lot About The Couples Relationship

...burg. But despite his reaction, she didn't get the guest comforter out. "Today we almost always sleep under one cover." Stefan and Maja in Duesseldorf have been sharing one cover for 12 years. Nothing else would suit them. "It's so cozy," they said glowingly. Their agreement on the matter, however,...

Well-Planned Surgeries Also Carry Health Risks

...anese Society of Anesthesiologists June 1-3 and is guest editor of the June issue of Anesthesiology Clinics of North America devoted to the matter. A few studies have been done across the broad spectrum of the topic, including whether short-term surgical complications, such as infections or pulmonary prob...

'Humiliated' Dean Contemplates Leaving AIIMS

...p to Russia this week. He had been invited as a guest speaker to the annual session of the International Academy of Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) at St. Petersburg. It seems the AIIMS has not learnt from the exodus of top doctors. Since 2003, 24 senior doctors have left, either for monetary reasons or bec...

Another Senior Doctor From AIIMS Contemplates Leaving Due to Infighting

...The doctor explained that he had been invited as a guest speaker at the annual session of the International Academy of Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) at St. Petersburg. Reports have showed that there has been an exodus of top doctors, and seemingly AIIMS has not learnt from the past. Reports indicate that sin...

Two Distinct Types of Vocal Cord Dysfunction Identified

...imited disorder once the diagnosis is made," wrote guest editorial author Michael O'Connell, M.D., of the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Aurora, Co. "This should energize us to encourage our colleagues in allergy-immunology and primary care to learn the characteristic presentations of thi...

Scientists Put "Allergy-Friendly" Hotel Rooms to the Test

...d aboard airplanes. Using new "allergy-friendly" guest rooms in the Buffalo Niagara Marriott in Amherst as their laboratory, the Industry-University Center for Biosurfaces at UB (IUCB) is testing how novel cleaning processes and air-purification devices developed by five Western New York companies affect...

Chennai Students Protest Against Aamir Khan for Endorsing Coke

...agically killed when he was 26. Khan was the chief guest at the function. "We do not want to disrupt the awards ceremony. We wish to not just mourn the dead but also fight for the living," a student said. "Coca-Cola is bad for health. And celebrity endorsers like Aamir Khan and Madhavan are acting irr...

A Princely Assistance to the Nepal Heritage

...'s society, raised $170,000 at $800 per plate. The guest list also included Beatrix Ost, artist and filmmaker, and her husband Ludwig Kuttner, who have pledged $100,000. The restoration project is the initiative of a New York-based non-profit organisation, the Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust, founded ...

Viruses Can Cross Species Barrier

...'s Washington National Primate Research Center and guest editor for the journal's special issue. "It's especially cause for concern in Asia, where people and monkeys have so much interaction, and there has been little research done on this topic." Scientists believe that HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, s...

Incorporate Sleep Evaluation into Routine Medical Care

...ectly relevant to the practice of medicine," write guest editor Phyllis C. Zee, M.D., Ph.D., and Fred W. Turek, Ph.D., of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago. "Indeed, numerous studies have recently shown that sleep disorders are often comorbid with a broad range of medical and...

Obese kids at higher risk for Cardiovascular diseases

...health that has received little attention,” states guest editor of the special focus issue, Dr. Bonita Falkner of the Department of Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University. “The concept of interrupting chronic disease expression at its origin represents a paradigm shift in clinical research and patient car...

Crying Need for Awareness on Organ Donation in India: Sir Peter Morris

...splantation and an eminent personality delivered a guest lecture at Christian Medical College// and Hospital (CMCH) Ludhiana recently. Speaking at the gathering he observed that need of the hour is to spread information about organ donation in India and how exactly a person could go about pledging his or ...

From Six to Sixty, Everyone is Prone to Anorexia

... weight without much effort when she was running a guest house. Over the next three years she lost 17 kg, but thought: 'This couldn't be anorexia because I had never been ill in that way and I was too old.' Later she felt that she needed assistance hence she approached her family and doctor, anti-depr...

Alcohol in Moderation Could Increase the Life Span

...s like ours is simple: alcohol can be a respectful guest on our table, but it is good just when it goes with a healthy lifestyle, where moderation leads us toward a consumption inspired by quality not by quantity". Source-Eurekalert SM...

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