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Men who takes risk is unlikely to impress women

...site sex. So why do males prefer taking risks to impress and females don’t get sufficiently impressed to marry the risk taking male? One reason may be that by taking part in risky ventures men are constantly trying to prove their fitness as a potential to be a deserving mate. However, females in followin...

Teenagers Get Hooked To Ecstasy

...el Evans, 17 died after taking 13 ecstasy pills to impress his friends at a pub. He was there to celebrate a friend's birthday. One hour later Michael suffered from mild epilepsy at his pal’s place. He started to get hot before suffering a massive heart attack. //His friends tried to revive him but in vain. ...

New Delhi to Host Conference on Accident & Emergency Medical Treatment

... doctors.// The objective of this conference is to impress upon the government and medical institutions the need for specialty faculties for emergency medicine and disaster preparedness. At a function held in the Indian Consulate here Wednesday to launch preparation for the Second International Emergency Me...

Australian Medical Association Not Satisfied Obesity Initiatives

...t becoming public health enemy No.1, has failed to impress AMA President Mukesh// Haikerwal. The president wants the initiatives to be much more forceful so that problem can be tackled more effectively. The minister had announced a new ministerial taskforce for an anti-obesity campaign involving industr...

Patient Pays For The Callousness Of Hospital Administration

...e tragedy ensued. The hospital authorities did not impress upon Jyothi’s family the need to start HIV treatment for their daughter. In fact they failed to pass on the news itself, it turns out. Four months later she returned to the hospital in an advanced condition and died. The despondent family learnt th...

Court Refuses to Intervene for Law on Surrogate Motherhood

...ach the ministries of social welfare and health to impress upon them the need to have valid laws, rules and regulation on the sensitive issue. "It's a personal issue and the court cannot interfere," said the court, turning down the plea. Roy in a public interest petition had alleged that many foreign nat...

Cancer Patients Turn Their Backs on Canadian Health Minister

...ir." What next the helpless patients could do to impress upon the government to be more caring, one can only wait and see....

China to Curtail Organ Sale

... their consent, a lot of convincing is required to impress the international community. With money being the incentive, coercion and torture is a convenient tool in the hands of a doddering judiciary. The man on the street is accused and sentenced to death for trivial reasons. Members of the banned spiri...

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