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Indian Treatment for Iraqi Babies

God willing, in about a month’s time from now five-year-old Hussain Abbas and Mohamed Salman, 10, will be able to return home to Baghdad as normal children.// Part of a contingent of 20 Iraqi kids who have arrived in Chennai to surgically correct their complicated cardiac problems by the Much Acclaimed heart surgeon Dr K.M. Cherian, who specialises in healing babies, these two underwent assessmen...

Yoga and Meditation Comes in Aid of Iraqis to Rid of Trauma

Over 40 Iraqis are on their way home after a month-long training in trauma relief, with one of them saying what she learnt in India will surely help improve life in war-torn Iraq//. ...."I have no doubt that whatever I have mastered will help my people in Iraq," Wafa Esmaeel Omara said in a telephone interview from Bangalore, where she was among 43 Iraqis who attended the training at the Art of L...

Journal of Craniofacial Surgery Publishes Research by Iraqi Surgeons

In a society struggling to rebuild after years of dictatorship and war, Iraqi craniofacial and plastic surgeons will play a critical role // in treating many of the most serious injuries caused by the ongoing conflict in that country. An important step forward was last year's "Kuwait Plast 2005" meeting, in which Iraqi surgeons met with their Kuwaiti and American counterparts in a 5-day exchange...

Iraqi’s Gripped with Insecurit

Washington, DC-New survey undertaken among eighty countries has found that the Iraqi public portrays the highest levels of intolerance of foreigners and other social // out-groups. Ethnic solidarity seems to be at an all time high. It is clear that Iraq completely depends on restoration of order and security, along with emergence of democracy, which might set the record straight in an otherwise...

Iraqi children with Various Illness Arrives in Bahrain for Treatment

Manama: Around 45 Iraqi children have arrived in Bahrain to receive urgently needed medical treatment.// ....More children are expected to arrive in the coming days as part of an agreement with the World Health Organisation (WHO). ....The move Sunday came in response to a call to help fund treatment for seriously ill Iraqi children by well-known Iraqi composer Naseer Shamma, who is the head of...

Top Iraqi Shiite Leader Returns Home

Powerful Shiite politician Abdel Aziz al-Hakim returned to Iraq's holy city of Najaf on Friday after receiving treatment for cancer in Tehran. ......Hakim, the head of one of the most powerful parties in the parliament, spent nearly two weeks abroad in a trip that included medical tests in the United States and treatment in Iran. ......"He is in his headquarters in Najaf and will be there for a...

Art of Living Foundation to Train Iraqi Youths

Iraq has decided to send youths to learn meditation from Indian spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, who ended a path-breaking visit to the war-hit country Thursday with a trip to the holy city of Najaf. ......Impressed by the Art of Living Foundation, Iraqi Youth Minister Jasin Mohammed Jaffer vowed he would send three youths from each province of Iraq to Bangalore to undergo the group's Youth...

Indian, Iraqi Medics may Face Terror Stigma Overseas

Overseas doctors, especially Indians, Jordanians and Iraqis, will face prejudice in the wake of the June 29 and 30 failed bomb attacks in London and Glasgow. ......According to the medical journal Lancet, there is a danger of such incidents being used as an excuse to discriminate against overseas doctors who are a part of the United Kingdoms National Health Service (NHS). ......According to a...

New Delhis Apollo Hospital Treats More Than 80 Iraqis

Over 80 Iraqi patients, mostly children and youth, have been cured at New Delhis Indraprastha Apollo Hospital since last month. ......Most of the patients, aged up to 18 years, were suffering from congenital heart disease and hearing impairment. ......A six-year old child underwent an Intra Cardiac Echo (ICE) surgery at the hospital, and was just among a handful in the country qualified to und...

UK Army Personnel Involved in Iraqi Invasion Not at Risk from Depleted Uranium

Army personnel involved in the Iraqi invasion of 2003 have not absorbed dangerous levels of depleted uranium, finds research published ahead of print in Occupational and Environmental Medicine. ......Depleted uranium is used in military combat to pierce armoured vehicles, and spontaneously combusts on impact into fine aerosol particles. These can either be breathed in or eaten/drunk in contamin...
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