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Hundreds of Cyclists to Ride for Alzheimer's Cause

... the Quabbin Reservoir and through the low rolling hills and country vistas of the Commonwealth's heartland. The route for Memory Ride runs through Devens, Shirley, Lancaster, Sterling, Rutland, Hardwick, Petersham, Templeton, Fitchburg and Lunenburg. All proceeds from Memory Ride Grant go to Alzheimer...

Panther Population Rising in Rajasthan

...was in progress, four panthers were spotted in the hills of Galta shrine near here. In March, two panther cubs were sighted in the Sariska reserve, which has been in news for the disappearance of tigers. Meanwhile, the Dehradun-based Wildlife Institute of India is planning to conduct a five-year study ...

Plastic Ban in Guwahati to Ease Flooding

...aid on stopping people from constructing houses on hills surrounding the city, besides preserving the wetlands. "Unless we are able to stabilise the hills and prevent fresh encroachments on the hills and create eco-sensitive zones in the wetlands around G...

Clearing the Air for 2008 Beijing Olympics

... is high, wind speeds are low, and the surrounding hills restrict venting of pollution. Thus, regional pollutants and ozone build up over several days until dispersed by wind or removed by rain. Typical industrial, coal-burning cities within several hundred kilometers of Beijing add to the local pollution....

Meghalaya Health Minister Admitted to Hospital With Malaria

...me disease. // Marak, who returned from the Garo hills on Saturday, was admitted to the civil hospital here with malaria this morning, his son told PTI. The Health minister had accompanied chief minister J D Rymbai on his two-day tour to West Garo Hills district town Tura. Malaria had claimed 40 lives ...

Malaria Claims 24 Lives In Garo Hills Region Of Meghalaya

...ease was 'on the decline and under control'in Garo hills due to action taken by the department and the authorities of East and West Garo Hills districts, Marak said the government would keep a close watch to avoid recurrence of the disease. The minister said due to 'late receipt' of central funds, there w...

It’s All With Psychological Approach – Research Fins

...thor finds that we have a natural tendency to view hills as steeper when we are tired, less physically able...rticipants were asked to estimate the steepness of hills when wearing a heavy backpack, or when the participant was elderly or otherwise less physically able...

Its all in the mind and the eyes: senses deceive sometimes!

...rticipants were asked to estimate the steepness of hills when wearing a heavy backpack, or when the participant was elderly or otherwise less physically able. Another experiment placed participants at the top of a hill steep hill, standing on a skateboard. The perceived risk of bodily injury led the partic...

Lawn Mowing Injuries On The Rise

...at. Riding the mower should not be done on steep hills or embankments. Passengers should not be towed behind the mower and children below 16 years of age should be restricted from riding mowers. Last but not the least, mowers must be stored in a area in area with minimal traffic which is not accessible t...

Nationwide Increase In Lawn Mowing Injuries

...at. Riding the mower should not be done on steep hills or embankments. Passengers should not be towed behind the mower and children below 16 years of age should be restricted from riding mowers. Last but not the least, mowers must be stored in a area in area with minimal traffic which is not accessible t...

Female Ratio Drops Alarmingly In Himachal Due To Feticides

...re Kangra, Bilaspur, Hamirpur and Una in the lower hills of the state. Kangra, the state's most populous district, is the worst affected. Activists allege that illegal sex determination tests and female feticides are carried out by many clinics, hospitals, and mobile healthcare vans that roam the Himacha...

Greek Study Shows Living In The Hills May Be Healthier

...y problems were lower for the people living in the hills than those living in the plains. The researchers are of the conclusion that living in mountains seem to impart a kind of lifestyle that is healthier than the lifestyle of the people living in the plains. One of the reasons for such a lifestyle may ...

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