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...ess likely to get into college, less likely to get hired and more likely to get fired....

Dengue in Delhi – 26 Cases reported and 3 dea

...ms that the situation is under control. They have hired 1,055 more health workers to check and disinfect places where mosquitoes are breeding in homes and neighbourhoods across the city. This year, the MCD identified 10,326 houses as mosquito breeders, compared to some 7,000 last year. "We are also cons...

Dengue fever in Delhi after the Monsoon

...n is under control. The Municipal Corporation has hired 1,055 more health workers to check and disinfect places where mosquitoes are breeding in homes and neighborhoods across the city and they have identified 10,326 houses as mosquito breeders, compared to some 7,000 last year. "We are also constantly in...

Extensive Campaigning To Warn Against Children’s Growing Affinity To Fast Food In Britai

... hot dogs. The British Heart Foundation (BHF) has hired billboards around Britain to show burger and hot dog buns filled with gristle, bones and connective tissue. The gory images are obscured by a "censored" stamp, but can be peeled back to reveal the true ingredients on the charity's website. "Kids ha...

Tainted doctor refused Saskatoon job

... Smith had been granted temporary privileges when hired by a medical school classmate to work at Saskatoon City Hospital on a one-year contract. But the Saskatoon Health Region Board, which has the ultimate say on the appointment, voted against a motion that would have permitted him to complete the contra...

Mobile Operating Theater to Cut Waiting Times

...the operations will begin from Monday. It has been hired for four weeks. "The Vanguard mobile operating the...re. In August St John's Hospital in Livingston had hired a theatre to carry out ear, nose, throat and general surgery. ...

More Doctors Need To be Hired

...ined by the Executive. More consultants need to be hired in Scotland on an urgent basis, according to him. Efforts should also be taken to retain the existing work force of consultants. There is a lot of bureaucracy involved in hiring doctors which should be done away with, according to Davis. This is a...

India Helps British Patients To Get Their Letters Typed

A team of typists has been hired by a British Hospital to help in typing of letters from doctors to patients. The main advantage of this cost-effective system// is that the letters would be typed in less than a day, enabling the hospital trust to save a considerable amount at the en...

Work Permit Required For Indian Doctors in Britain

...r the permit free training scheme and were usually hired for short-term periods of one or two years. The doctors would need to find new posts after their term expired. From Monday, April 3, employers now need to obtain work permits before employing these doctors after making a case to prove that no Britis...

Exposure To Solvents May Harm Pregnant Women And Newborns

... should leave renovation work to their husbands or hired professionals and stay clear of the work area altogether. 'It is also wise not to renovate the house or apartment just before the baby is born,' suggests Englert. This ensures that the newborn will not be exposed to high concentration of the materi...

Mental Hospitals Offer More Problems than Solutions

...tive plan. State officials, to their credit have hired a former U.S. Justice Department consultant to help them convert the outdated system of mental health care in California to a new model of care which involves patients more actively in their recovery. Most patients at Atascadero and Patton have ent...

Indian Boy Invited to Tie Turbans for a Wedding in Mauritius

...n a new height to this profession. He is regularly hired by NRIs," he said. (Source: IANS)...

Mobile Phone Messages Assists in Unraveling Murder Mystery

..., Anbazhagan, came to us and said that two men had hired his auto to the dam site and returned after some time. He had overheard them talking something suspicious. When they were going to the dam site, the men had received SMS messages on Anbazhagan's mobile, which he had let them borrow as their own mobil...

BreastScreen Australia Is Being Sued Towards Medical Negligence

...ll clear by BreastScreen Queensland. They have now hired one of Australia's top litigation firms, Maurice Blackburn Cashman, to mount a medical negligence case. It was explained by the firm that in the case of Ms Naismith the cancer had spread to her bones, and that she has been given two years to live, ...

Indian with Rare Disorder Reunited with Family

...zenship and Immigration Canada (CIC). Price then hired a lawyer for the family and a federal court quashed the second rejection, calling for the citizenship process for Dhaval to proceed. Finally, in May this year, Dhaval received word from CIC that, pending some medical and security checks, he will be...

Dengue Outbreak in the Capital is not an Epidemic: Government

...ontrol the dengue menace, the Delhi government has hired 2,400 temporary workers, apart from over 3,000 working for MCD, to intensify surveillance of potential breeding grounds and launch fogging of anti-mosquito drugs. Source-IANS...

Shoaib Akhtar files appeal against ban

... According to the newspaper's sources, Shoaib has hired the services of renowned lawyer Abid Hasan Manto while Asif has former Test cricketer Aftab Gul defending him. Board official said Shoaib's appeal was received Tuesday evening and now the drugs appeal tribunal, headed by Justice Fakhruddin G. Ebrahi...

NHS Debts Forces Hewitt to Consider Resignation

...ee thousand medical practitioners. The trusts also hired tens of thousands more nurses than was expected. According to Ms Hewitt , "The NHS is spending more of the growth money on staffing than was planned. They have taken on more hospital doctors than intended - and in some cases more GPs. That is why ...

British Heart Experts Use Cricket To Target South Asians

...alling 999. The British Heart Foundation has now hired a specialist ethnic communications agency, Media Reach Advertising, to tailor the 'Doubt Kills' campaign to target Indians, Pakistanis and Bangladeshis living in the UK. The campaign urges people not to delay calling 999 when experiencing chest pain...

Indian American Donates $30 Mn to Healthcare System

...-edge diagnostics and procedures. UH has already hired a renowned architect who is working with UH leaders and other health care experts to design a revolutionary complex that would provide a unique healing environment and is conducive to providing the highest quality of care. "The Ahuja Medical Center...

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