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Sharp Increase Of The Deadly Diseases In Delhi

... The public transport system, says Malhotra, is a hotbed of infections, especially for people who have just recovered from a viral problem. "Such patients, even after they have seemingly recovered, are susceptible to air-borne pathogens because the virus attacks the protective cells of the nasal mucosa, ca...

Crucial to regulate your body pH, key determiner for good health

...s the body pH to turn acidic, which then becomes a hotbed for many diseases. The key to maintaining an alkaline pH is to adopt a balanced diet. Tea and sea weed are known to contribute to an alkaline pH while foods rich in protein, make the pH acidic....

Abducted Health Workers Freed By Taliban

...ter learning their identity. Kandahar has been a hotbed of Taliban and other anti-government insurgents. Militants have occasionally abducted employees of the government and foreign companies or organisations in this volatile province. Source: IANS...

Chemistry Over The Counter: Is It Just What The Doctor Ordered?

...and their services to public health. A veritable hotbed in the demanding field of Information Technology, India is soon finding a foothold in the world for quality healthcare services. Speciality surgeries, dedicated teams, world-class hospitals and services have made India a landmark in healthcare. Lauda...

Roslin Cells Center Gives Fillip To Stem Cell Research

...tated by a non-profit motive. The center will be a hotbed for testing drugs and evolving new medicines, to find answers for chronic diseases like diabetes and leukemia. Neil Francis, deputy chief executive of Scottish Enterprise Edinburgh and Lothian, said, "As well as having huge potential to make signif...

A slum in Mumbai – breeding ground for disease

...Local resident Zahid Shiekh (34) called the area a hotbed for vector-borne diseases. The engineer said, “Almost every fourth house in the slum has a family member who has suffered some water-borne illness in the past month.” He blamed the BMC. “Officials hardly pay visits,” he said. “The region has seen ...

Do Computer Factories Enhance Cancer Risk?

...e on mortality, computer factories may be called a hotbed for different types of cancers//. By means of a study Richard W. Clapp, M.P.H., D.Sc. of Boston University has explained that cancers of the brain, kidney and breast were the main reasons for mortality amongst IBM employees as against the rest of t...

Leading Polio Activist Doctor in Pakistan Killed

...y, on the troubled border with Afghanistan, is the hotbed of militant tribals, referred to as Pakistani Taliban.No group has claimed responsibility for the explosion, but local tribal militants are suspected to be behind the attack. Source-IANS...

Titan may Produce Glucose Watches Soon

...of Arkansas. He is with Penn State University, the hotbed of nano-technology. The watch is likely to have carbon nanotubes at its bottom touching the skin. Connected to an electronic device, the sugar level will be displayed on the watch. In future designs, the company could go in for watches that would a...

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