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'Walk of Shame' Triggers Toilet Consciousness

...n, former sarpanch. The sanitation campaign made inroads into the community with the support of NGO Jan Vigyan Sanrakhan Samitee, which focused on information, education and communication (IEC) activities using folk media like Kala Jhattha groups, women's self help groups. In the Kala Jhattha, young men ...

'Cocaine' Turns 'Censored' and Remains 'energy Drink'

... States alone. Redux claimed the drink had made inroads by taking market share from beverages including Red Bull, RockStar and Monster, which also are loaded with caffeine and other stimulants. But legal troubles for the firm began on April 4, when the FDA issued a warning to Redux that it considered t...

Art of Establishing a Bond to Sell a Brand – Medical Reps Show the Wa

...mployed by reps to break the ice and make positive inroads in their relationship with doctors. Mr. Ahari felt, that reps "create a subconscious obligation to reciprocate. The highest prescribers are every rep's sugar mommies and daddies." This is a risky proposition for patients who may be given newer dru...

WHO Alerts Governments to Step Up Action to Curb AIDS

...or amongst the drug users. This has caused further inroads for the virus beyond the typically 'At-Risk' population. A third of the new infections in Thailand is amongst the traditionally 'low risk' group of married women. WHO has stepped up its emphasis on placing more accountability on the government. Po...

Men are from Mars and Women from Venus, but why on Earth are Women so Woefully Wronged?

... of the world. Not surprising that women have made inroads into erstwhile male bastions and many a time have transcended the proverbial 'glass ceiling'. So, is the violence against women that we so often hear about, mere media hype? 'Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned' 'A wrong against women every ...

Mind in a Bind – Alternative Intervention

... eating has a boomerang effect. These make further inroads into the mind making the user more prone to stress. Anxiety, apprehension, fears, lack of focus, absentmindedness, memory loss, nervousness, losing the thread of a conversation, repeated episodes of nightmares, increased bouts of angry outbursts e...

Novel Discoveries For Treatment Of Stomach Cancer

...malignancy found in the Asian population//. 'The inroads can give doctors the means to fight the disease more effectively,' said Professor Soo Khee Chee, director of the National Cancer Centre (NCC). The team led by the NCC included experts from the University of Hong Kong, University of Tokyo and Austra...

Scientists Seek New Ways To Grow Hair On Bald Pates

...estation: one starting at the back, and two making inroads from the front. Sure, some men say bald is beautiful. And others can smear on minoxidil (Rogaine) or take Propecia pills, or get hair transplants. In fact, right now is "the best time in history to be going bald, because there's an awful lot of thi...

Laughter – best medicine to good healt

...umbai in 1995 by Madan Kataria, a doctor, has made inroads into cities and towns in the State. Laughter is believed to be the best medicine for many tension-related ailments besides helping man keep his body and mind active.// Laughter clubs not only teach "different kinds of laughter" but also physical exer...

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