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Plan to Contain Drug Resistant TB Launched-WHO

...ore than 130,000 lives could be saved if the world implements the two-year strategy to stop the growing problem of drug-resistant tuberculosis. The new initiative lays out steps to prevent, treat and control drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB) and multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB). If fully implement...

Shambu With Bovine TB Being Prevented from Slaughter

...said, "Wales, in common with many other countries, implements a control policy, based on testing and the slaughter of animals believed to be infected, in order to protect both human and animal health. It is also supported by all three Welsh assembly opposition parties who have called for the slaughter of a "...

Smokers Warned to Give up else Face Denial of Operations

...s breaking the Oath. This move which is to be implements in the Norfolk Primary Care Trust will affect the patients. The trust is £50 million in the red and is presently providing healthcare services to the residents of Norwich and surroundings. Newcastle-Under-Lyme PCT which is £1.4 million in debt, has a...

New Study To Find Means Of Reducing The Risk Of Diabetes In Youth

...ill be randomly assigned to a program group, which implements the changes, or to a comparison group, which continues to offer food choices and PE programs typically seen in middle schools across the country. Students in the program group will have:· Healthier choices from the cafeteria and vending machines (e.g...

Poor Andhra Women Enable Bypass Surgery Paying 50 Paise Each

...ditional project director of DRDA, the agency that implements central and state government policies in rural areas. At a function attended by the rural women, West Godavari's district collector Lav Aggarwal presented a cheque for Rs.61,100 to Hemavati and lauded the women's determination to come to the aid of ...

Water Borne Diseases causing More Havoc in Mumbai

...ster will only repeat itself unless the government implements strict policies to be followed during urbanization and pay immediate attention to proper drainage systems in our cities, towns and villages. The current handling of the situation in Mumbai is in great contrast to the recent handling of a bigger Tsuna...

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