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'Art of Living' concept expanding around the globe

...the Revolutionary Socialist Party, businessmen and journalists accompanied Ravi Shankar on this visit to what is seen as a Left bastion. Source: Indo-Asian News Service...

Diligence Of Chennai Doctors Appreciated: Anbumani

...o the cholera wards in the hospital, Anbumani told journalists that though the doctors in the CDH had been successful in controlling the cholera outbreak in the city post-rains, the hospital in itself was in dire need of upgradation. The CDH has treated a total of 41 cases of cholera from November 1 and as on d...

The Publication Of Surgeon Specific Death Rates Raises Controversy

... amongst the details published. The request of two journalists for publication of the above information is said to have sparked the issue. Following approval by Kevin Dunion, Scotland's information commissioner, the official figures have been released, based on the Freedom of Information Act. Similar reports f...

AIDS testing gets support from Bill Clinton

...ould now consider universal testing. As told to journalists he said, "I think there needs to be a total rethinking of this testing position in the AIDS community and a real push for this. Now we can save people's lives and we can reduce the stigma. There is no way we are going to reduce the spread of this epi...

Journalists Blamed For Bird Flu Spread Across Israel

...twear, the wheels of cars and even on cameras. The journalists who came to cover the outbreak then went back to homes and offices across the country,' said the health official. It is impossible to disinfect photographic equipment with damaging it, even if the appropriate bird flu protective measures are taken....

Time for Bono to Rock 'The Independent' For AIDS Awareness

...reat paper. He's enjoying using the talents of its journalists to explore issues that are vital to him,' said a spokesperson for Bono. 50% of the revenues for that day would be donated to Product Red, an initiative of the rock star to improve health care, more specifically in the underdeveloped countries....

Violence Erupts In A Pro-quota Rally In Bihar

...of Star News, ETV and Aaj Tak TV channels and some journalists were injured when the students assaulted them with hockey sticks. The students then turned their wrath at the policemen. Kundan Krishnan the Senior Police Superintendent of Patna said at least the student’s had injured five policemen. The police t...

Campaign To Create Awareness For Following A stricter Drug Regime For Osteoporosis

... Adherence Gap in Osteoporosis,' in Vienna. Health journalists from Europe and Asia attended the launching ceremonies that also introduced international film star Britt Ekland, who is now taking treatment for osteoporosis. Paul Sochaczewski, IOF head of communications, said: the reports indicate that there is ...

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

...Karbala and included lawyers, government officers, journalists and engineers, ended July 20. Most of them have flown home but a few, Wafa included, are still there. Wafa said ever since she came into contact with Art of Living teachers in Iraq, her life had dramatically turned for the better. "I came to know...

Maimed Conscience and Maimed Beggars (Medical Ethics in India) – Part

...itals actually paying huge amounts of money to the journalists and employing PR agencies to be written about regularly in the media. The Medical Council of India and the State Medical Council - the apex bodies that decides the fate of doctors who are indulging in such forms of corrupt practices and bringing do...

Abducted Health Workers Freed By Taliban

...ne freed health worker, Ali Ahmad, gave details to journalists in Kandahar. The vehicle was on the way to a clinic in Ziari district when armed Taliban militants intercepted it. "They freed us after realizing all of us are health workers." Meanwhile, Qari Muhammad Yousuf, a purported Taliban spokesman, told th...

HIV Positive Individuals Say Media Is Insensitive

... being attached to them// . "I have come across journalists refusing to shake hands, sat a few meters away fro...y eyes during interview sessions. I always thought journalists would help in breaking the stigma," said Vanlalmuana, the president of the Positive Network of Mizor...

Danger and insecurity in contemporary life

... genetic research. They will tell the meeting that journalists did not cover the stories as a purely scientific issue, but drew on a plethora of social and cultural factors, such as concepts of nationality, nature and purity, to describe potential risks. In his presentation, Professor Nick Pidgeon, Cardiff Uni...

Judicial Probe Ordered for Botched Eye Surgery Camp

...responsibility for the tragedy," the minister told journalists here. Some 38 people, most of them villagers, lost their vision during a free cataract operation camp organised by the Assam government last month under the National Programme for Control of Blindness. A three-member expert committee appointed by...

Philippoussis' Knee Operation a Success

...e Sydney surgeon who performed the procedure, told journalists that the 30-year-old Philippoussis should be good to go after rehabilitation, expected to begin in days. "The knee looked pretty good. I can't see why Mark cannot come back to the sport and play as well as ever," Cross said. The operation was th...

Bone in Woolmer’s Neck Found Broken, Say Police Source

...ing investigation. Police will tell the public and journalists that the cause of death was strangulation", the reporter predicted It was also reported that the Pakistani team was interrogated last night and there was a question mark over the players being allowed to leave Jamaica as initially scheduled on Satur...

Rift Valley Fever in the United Republic of Tanzania

...aboratory staff. With UNICEF, WHO has also trained journalists and other media staff to increase public awareness about the disease and how to prevent it. In mid-March, new clusters of Rift Valley Fever cases occurred. Fifty-eight suspected cases, included 14 deaths, with eight specimens confirmed positive wer...

Abbott Offers Aluvia to Thailand in Return for Compulsory Licensing Halt

... in Thailand, speaking during a phone briefing for journalists earlier today. The Thai government says that negotiations will continue. A version of lopinavir/ritonavir alleged to be heat-stable was recently launched by the Indian company Emcure. However no data is available on the manufacturer’s website t...

Brazil Government In Contention With Merck Over Anti-AIDS Drug

...crimination. In the journal Public Health Reports, journalists say that almost half of transitional housing residents report that they have experienced discrimination while dealing with the health care system. Says lead researcher Dr. Nancy Sohler:"Providers taking care of severely disadvantaged, HIV-infected...

Ask Right Questions and Save Country from Further Healthcare Crisis: Michael Moore

...are debate would go the way of the war debate. Had journalists confronted the government on its decision to invade Iraq, they could have saved thousands of lives. "My point is that had ABC News, NBC News, CBS News been more aggressive in confronting the government with what they were telling us back in 2003 a...

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