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Suicide Rate Amongst Male Prisoners Of UK Is Quite High

...of the prisons in UK. There are around 70 000 men imprisoned in England and Wales, one of the highest proportions in Western Europe. Suicide among male prisoners is known to be higher than the general population, although the magnitude has not previously been reliably calculated. Researchers from University o...

Punjab Government Told To Explain Illegal Kidney Transplantations

...hy. It has also been alleged that the victims were imprisoned after the ordeal they had to undergo....

Indian National in Saudi Jail will be released soon

...ting his release next week. Naushad, 34, has been imprisoned since 2003 after he caused injury to a Saudi National following a heated fight, leading to the loss of the Saudi national’s eye. Naushad would have had to suffer capital punishment on the lines of ‘an eye for an eye’, and perhaps would have had his e...

Rare Bone Disease Traced To Faulty FOP Gene

...scles, ligaments, tendons, and plates of bones are imprisoned in the second skeleton, for the entire life. The disease that occurs in early childhood has no proper available treatment. The identification of this mutant FOP gene could eventually pave for development of novel treatment techniques to treat the d...

Teacher Imprisoned for Faking Cancer

A Teacher has been imprisoned for faking cancer to obtain donations. The teacher Heather Faria, 27, a former special education teacher //has been sentenced to two years in prison, and eight years of probation after pleading guilty to five counts of larceny and one count of gross ...

Ancient Worm Disease Could Be Eradicated Within Two Years, UN Agency Reports

...ucational progress. Thus the disease keeps victims imprisoned in a cycle of pain and poverty. Low-cost preventive methods include providing safe drinking water supplies, filtering water through fine-mesh cloth and treating ponds with Abate, which kills water fleas. To contain infection, health workers clean t...

New Reforms Could Cut the Number of Unexplained Infant Deaths

...998 for the murder of her two infant sons. She was imprisoned but won her appeal in 2003. She died in March this year. The consequences of the case, says Jonathan Gornall, have been devastating for her family and far reaching for the medical and other professions involved. Protocols introduced as a direct re...

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(Date:7/10/2014)... Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) researchers have created a ... retinitis pigmentosa (RP), a leading cause of vision loss. ... of induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cell technology to transform ... as a patient-specific model for disease study and preclinical ... H. Tsang, MD, PhD, showed that a form of ...
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