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Cheap Indian Medicines Illegally Flooding Pak Markets

...at have been approved by FDA, otherwise the vested interests might dump Pakistani market with drugs that are equally substandard....

IFC to Invest About Rs.3 Billion in Max Healthcare

...idiary of Max India, a multi-business company with interests in life insurance, health care, clinical research, and specialty plastics. "While the government is focusing its resources on increasing services to the rural areas, it is critical for the private sector to complement the public sector by expanding...

Polyclinics Could Threaten NHS Services, Warns BMA

...hat some of these proposals may not be in the best interests of patients. The concept of care closer to patient...ased on sound clinical evidence and be in the best interests of patients. We will need to examine the details of Professor Sir Ara Darzis proposals to ensure the...

Move To Ban Asbestos Welcomed

...y important part of a movement in Canada of public interests and social justice organizations to put the ban of asbestos or the asbestos issue on the political agenda, Sass was quoted."Up to now it has not been put on the political stage either by provincial governments or by the federal government he added. ...

Binge Drinking on College Campuses is a Matter of Fear, Not Freedom

...erests. Student groups focusing on a wide range of interests can be found on university campuses, providing students with a way to indulge their hobbies and interests while meeting similarly minded people. » Volunteer. Students focus less on their own challeng...

New Research to Make Science and Technology Work for the Poor

...how we can make technology development work in the interests of people living in poverty, rather than pander to the wants of the affluent....

Car Sickness for the Little Ones can Be Prevented

... of motion sickness. Remember: it's in everyone's interests to stop the car before the child actually gets sick!...

UK Doctors Demand Overhauling of Fertility Regulatory Authority

...is situation will do nothing at all to protect the interests of vulnerable patients. With the loss of this amount of public money, the chief executive and previous chair will presumably need to consider their positions." The British Fertility Society said it would be asking the Department of Health to conduc...

Interview With a Surgeon Hidden Hero of the NHS

...e. He has a recent MBA from Leicester. His current interests are day case and short stay surgery and innovative care delivery. Hemadri has been cited as a Hidden Hero of the NHS by the British Medical Association. He currently holds the award of Leaders for Change from the Health Foundation, London. Intervi...

Why Humans Fail to Act on Climate Change

... is biologically programmed to act in its own best interests - and its members aren't very different from common rats on that point. In addition, the overwhelming size and abstract nature of the concept - climate - dwarf any idea that an individual could have an impact through his or her actions. In short,...

Human Rights Activists Sleepless In Seattle

...granted approval to believing it to be in the best interests of their daughter, they as well as the hospital th...om developing. They say that it was in the best interests of their daughter, as the operations would make Ashley more comfortable and less susceptible to heal...

Nexus Between Psychiatrists and Drug Firms Dangerous, Say Critics

...pricier drugs whether or not they are in the best interests of patients. It wrote about a pharmaceutical company Amgen, which makes the most expensive drugs used in the treatment of kidney disease and which underwrote more than $1.9 million worth of research and education programs led by a Dr. Allan Collins...

Brickbats And Bouquets For U.S Prison Healthcare In-Charge

...physical environments, resistance from "entrenched interests that do not want the change to occur" and overcrowding....

Personality Changes may Help to Identify a Form of Dementia

...y members were asked about changes in personality, interests and drives. People with dementia with Lewy bodies were two times more prone to have passive personality traits at the time of the first assessment than people with Alzheimer's disease. By the time of death, up to 75 percent of those with dementia w...

Australian PM Wants to Prevent Entry of HIV Positive and Leprosy Affected People

...a tough man , who would do anything to protect the interests of his electorate. Only last month he had kicked off a huge controversy with similar comments following reports that the number of newcomers carrying HIV into the state of Victoria had more than quadrupled in the past two years. Even then critics ...

US Climate Plan Must Not Substitute UN Treaties: China

...n-win situation in the principle of seeking common interests and shelving differences, the minister said at the official launch of the country's first national action plan to respond to climate change. Ma said the country does not include carbon dioxide in its major pollutants reduction plan, but energy savi...

Bio-fuels Would Increase Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Says Senior British Scientists

...aid: The G8 has a record of putting the short term interests of rich countries before those of the environment and developing countries and this year was no exception. Bio-fuels come from plants: bio-ethanol from sugars and starches, bio-diesel mainly from rapeseed and palm oil. They are blended with normal fu...

Why Humans Fail to Act on Climate Change

... is biologically programmed to act in its own best interests - and its members aren't very different from common rats on that point. In addition, the overwhelming size and abstract nature of the concept - climate - dwarf any idea that an individual could have an impact through his or her actions. In short,...

Today Cancer is the Deadliest Killer

...thousands of excess cancer cases each year. In the interests of protecting our health, we must adopt an approach rooted in primary prevention, that is to make workplaces free from carcinogenic risks.""The control of carcinogens in the workplace should be a key component of every national cancer control program...

Overseeing Agency Indifferent to Workplace Safety in US

...tion (OSHA) are more concerned with promoting the interests of the industries than with the safety of the workers themselves. Seven years ago, a Missouri doctor discovered a troubling pattern at a microwave popcorn plant in the town of Jasper. After an additive was modified to produce a more buttery taste...

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