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Mexico and US border attain a new outlook due to BiNational Sustainability Laboratory

... main idea is to develop the troubled border (from gulf coast to the pacific) into a research centre. This centre will also facilitate in the setting up of new profit making companies on both sides of the border. Apart from this other assignments like environmental & water technologies, petroleum proces...

World population To Be Seven billion in Six Years

.... Behind that phenomenal global increase is a vast gulf in birth and death rates around the world.India’s population stand at 1.1 billion and China is at 1.4 billion. These two countries together make up currently about 35% of the world population. The growth rate in China has stabilized however India con...

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

...h like the oasis in the desert, for what was a dry gulf palate sans the chicken. Gulf countries are exploring the options of importing rabbit meat and this has led to several enquiries flooding the State Animal Husbandry Department. E G Premjain, Assistant Director (Trade and Investment Cell), Animal Hu...

Europe Faces Threat Of Rise In Infectious Diseases

...Vibrio vulnificus that is seen particularly in the gulf states of the US, caused by a marine organism has been reported in three people when they were swimming in the Baltic Sea. Hunter also reported that a death had also occurred in Denmark. The disease is usually acquired on consumption of shellfish, ...

Iraqi’s Gripped with Insecurit

...s, conclude the authors, and "as the psychological gulf between groups decreases, the prospect for stable democracy will improve." The emergence of a new Iraqi government with greater legitimacy and independence from foreign military support could also counter the violence fueled by high levels of xenoph...

Mosques in Pakistan to Preach Family Planning

...hieved by 2010," said Hussain. He admitted to "a gulf between the ministry and the common man" that needed to be bridged. Hussain said the main reason behind large families was the lack of social security and that the elderly were dependent on their children. "We have to tell people that they can r...

Gulf War Veterans Exhibit Memory Impairment

...ar veterans who have come back after combat in the gulf are exhibiting// memory impairment. Due to the exp...he physical and mental symptoms experienced by the gulf veterans could be due to exposure to bio-warfare agents such as toxic pesticides and sarin gas. Co...

Activists Urge Greater Medical Support for Gulf War Veterans Exposed to Sarin Gas

...iencing a mysterious set of ailments, often called gulf war illnesses, with problems including persistent ...Health. Dr. White and other researchers studied 26 gulf war veterans, half of whom were exposed to the gases, according to a Defense Department modeling of ...

Miners in Madhya Pradesh at High Risk of Developing TB

...ved Treatment Short Course (DOTS) medicines as the gulf between availability of medical services and access to them is impossible to bridge. A resident of Pahargarh village, 39 year-old Siayaram, said he is a TB patient but is not getting medicines from the government hospital. "I've to go to Morena whe...

Diabetes Drug Dramatically Boosts Potency of Platinum Chemotherapy

...een shown to be effective. "There's still a huge gulf between these experiments and human cancers," said Bruce Spiegelman, PhD, senior author of the report. "But it's worked in every animal model of cancer weve looked at, and I think theres a fair chance it will help people." Dana-Farber researchers a...

Gulf War Veterans Exhibit Memory Impairment

...ar veterans who have come back after combat in the gulf are exhibiting memory impairment. Due to the expo...he physical and mental symptoms experienced by the gulf veterans could be due to exposure to bio-warfare agents such as toxic pesticides and sarin gas. Co...

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