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SARS (Bird Flu) spreading in the Asian continent

... natural disasters and man made ones. The first internationally reported disaster was in 2000 on February 1st in California when a jet bound for S.F plugged into the sea. Soon after a whole string of disasters followed. Droughts hitting India, the Gujarat ’s 7. 9 Richter scale earthquake, a second in Peru, the ...

Deprivation Can Cause Undetected Heart Problems

...abetes. These are typically pulled together in the internationally used Framingham Risk Score. Deprivation is excluded, despite known links between poverty and poor health, because definitions of deprivation vary so much, making international standardization difficult. The authors, from the Cardiovascular Epidemio...

Wockhardt Group Plans Hospital In Delhi By End-2007

...said Bali. "There is an increasing interest among internationally known clinicians to come back to work in India. More than a dozen have come back to work full time for us," said Bali, denying they are getting any extra allowances for relocation. "We are focusing only on the niche area life saving medicine procedu...

James Cook University urges more medical seats

...lia's premier tropical university which is leading internationally in teaching and research. The University is named after the British explorer, Captain James Cook. The graduation day is to be attended by the Governor Quentin Bryce and Government officials. The Vice chancellor Mr. Moulden feels this is right time ...

The many facets of milk and its health potential

...potential, capacity and strengths of the IMB as an internationally competitive research organisation meeting the industry demand for commercially driven relevant outcomes," ...

Mathematical Model Can Now Help Predict Asthma Risk

...e development of better treatment strategies. An internationally accepted system called the chaos model (currently applied to complex systems such as weather) has been applied in the evaluation of lung function. Although the pattern examined seemed to have a random nature, there was a hidden periodicity in the pea...

Public Health awareness to help scientists in Scotland!

...al, interdisciplinary endeavour will make Scotland internationally competitive in human genetics of common complex diseases." Health Minister Andy Kerr said: "Preventative advice and medicine is an increasing part of our drive towards better health in Scotland. If we can identify groups of people at risk of parti...

Bird Flu Could Claim 140 Million Lives: Report

...alian researchers. // The authors of the report, internationally renowned economic modeller Warwick McKibbin and fellow Australian National University academic Alexandra Sidorenko, estimate that even a mild pandemic could kill 1.4 million people and cost the global economy $330 billion in lost production. The re...

Military-based Research Labs Needed To Manage Bird Flu Threat

... to set up such a system has been published in the internationally acclaimed Nature journal. Improved surveillance measures through co-ordination between such international labs can warn the underdeveloped and developing countries (Africa, Asia, sub-Saharan Africa) regarding the possibility of a bird flu outbreak,...

Anticancer Properties of Vitamin D Revealed

...amin D.”Georgetown University Medical Center is an internationally recognized academic medical center with a three-part mission of research, teaching and patient care (through our partnership with MedStar Health). Our mission is carried out with a strong emphasis on public service and a dedication to the Catholic, J...

Biological Clock Could Be Re-Set: Study

...es, sleep cycles or photosynthesis. Glass, known internationally as the first researcher to measure serotonin release from the brain's biological clock region, has become the first to extract, identify and measure a neuropeptide, a protein crucial to the regulation of the body's clock. Glass found that neuropept...

Compounds In Legume May Be Helpful In Treating Cancer

...esearch strengths through collaboration, and to be internationally competitive. "ARC core funding and major support through Queensland Government Smart State research funding has been vital in building capacity. It has enabled this marvellous research outcome," Professor Gresshoff said. --EurekAlert...

Understanding the History of HIV Infection Is Vital To Develop a Vaccine

...hen and his colleagues have conducted HIV research internationally for more than a decade at clinical sites in Madagascar, China, Malawi, Cameroon and South Africa. More than two decades after AIDS and the virus that causes it were first identified; an effective vaccine to halt the spread of HIV infection remains el...

Slow Suffocation of Poultry Termed Inhumane

...ed this method of extermination appeared to breach internationally agreed guidelines through failure of ensuring that induction of unconsciousness is immediate thereby failing to avoid anxiety, pain, distress and suffering. Philip Lymbery, CIWF chief executive has said, ‘It is possible that many birds will die...

Banana in grave danger of extinction!

...t it has been found that almost all bananas traded internationally are of a single variety - the Cavendish - the genetic roots of which lie in India. The problem lies in the fact that the Cavendish crop has been threatened by pandemics of diseases such as that caused by the black sigatoka fungus, the New Scientis...

Lancet Urges To Allow Emergency Contraception Drug As An OTC

...nates an established pregnancy. The Lancet is an internationally acclaimed medical journal. Editors of this prestigious journal, ‘the agency is stalling, apparently to avoid offending antiabortion supporters of President Bush.’ Earlier this year, Andrew von Eschenbach was tapped by the President to run the agenc...

Restriction of Carbohydrates to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

...ed in Manhattan, Mount Sinai School of Medicine is internationally recognized for ground-breaking clinical and basic-science research, and innovative approaches to medical education. Through the Mount Sinai Graduate School of Biological Sciences, Mount Sinai trains biomedical researchers with an emphasis on the rapi...

Striking a Gold Mine: H5N1 Vaccine may Serve as an Antidote for Mutants and Variants

...Rose Marie Thomas Chair at St. Jude. Webster is an internationally renowned expert on avian influenza viruses and is senior author of the report in JID. Cross-reactive immunity is the protection that a virus vaccine confers against not only the same virus, but also against variants of the original virus. “Such cro...

Bioinformatics Made a Boon In Immune Response Study - LIAI Finds

...mately vaccines,’ said Alessandro Sette, Ph.D., an internationally known vaccine expert and head of LIAI's Emerging Infectious Disease and Biodefense Center. ‘We've shown that it can successfully reveal – with a very high degree of accuracy -- the vast majority of the epitopes (targets) that would trigger an effecti...

Death Sentence for Intenional Infection of Minors with HIV

...y infect minors//. The Ugandan government has been internationally hailed for its success to bring down the AIDS prevalence from over 20 percent in 1990's to 6 percent in the last few years. Elioda Tumwesigye, a member of the parliamentary committee on HIV/AIDS, said that the aim of the Amendment Bill was to stem ...

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