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Ships to the Rescue of Medically Deprived Assamese

.... The National Rural Health Mission has also shown keen interest in the project. "We are also getting cooperation from the district administrations of all the districts where we are working," Hazarika said. But C-NES is facing law and order hurdles as most of these areas are terror infested. "The Un...

Appropriate Sanitation Gives Confidence for the Schoolgirls

...ation Minister Bikram Singh Majitha, who expressed keen interest in adopting the model in his state. Devaraj explained that the use of the incinerator had removed inhibitions and made girl students confident about attending school without taking periodic breaks. "As regards sanitation, there are no mo...

Gender Equality, the Key Factor to Curb Foeticide: Dr. Ramadoss

... Minister added that Government of India is taking keen interest to improve the primary health care services in the country. The recently launched National Rural Health Mission would address the problems including the declining sex ratio. Law alone will not be able to solve the problem. Each one within hi...

Diet and Exercise Helps Reduce Weight After Pregnancy

...contributes to obesity among women. Many women are keen to find ways of returning to, and maintaining, pre-pregnant weights, and there is plenty of competing advice on offer. By studying data from six different trials that involved a total of 245 women, a group of Cochrane Researchers found that women wh...

Fortis Plans Multi-speciality Hospital in Jaipur

...ate as part of its expansion drive. "We are also keen on entering into a public-private partnership model on healthcare with the state government," he added. Based in Delhi, FHL, which acquired Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre Ltd in September 2005, has operations in Delhi, Noida, Mohali (C...

Green Box Converts Car Fumes into Biofuel

... Hansen, a Labour MP for Delyn, North Wales showed keen interest in the project and is doing every bit to help the three friends. "Based on the information, there is a clear reduction in emissions." "As a result, I'm facilitating meetings with the appropriate UK government agencies, as we want to ensure t...

Around the World in 86 Days ... on Motorbike With Double-hand Transplant

...motorbike enthusiast since he was a teenager and a keen traveler, Kelz did a first 550-kilometre (342-mile) post-operation trip in October 2001 around his native Austria. In 2003, he rode across South America before going around the world in 86 days through Russia, Japan and Canada in 2006, barely missi...

Cervical Cancer Vaccine for the 12 Year Old

...ty. There are already quite a few people who are keen to see their children immunised. As a former nurse practitioner and the chief executive of a private primary healthcare group, for example, Sarah Dean is intent on using every tool at her disposal to protect her five children's health. Some feel that...

Wear Protective Sunglasses, Not Just for Style

... respondents in the under-25 age group - with many keen to emulate the brands and styles of glasses worn by celebrities in glossy magazines. Worryingly, one in seven of the 1,500 surveyed did not wear sunglasses at all. "It is particularly worrying that younger people have so little regard for their ey...

India to Have 30 World-class Universities Across the Country: PM

...shment," the prime minister, who has been taking a keen interest in improving the country's education system and making it world-class, said....

Potentially Violent Individuals can Be Identified by STAMP System

...es were observed during the study period and I was keen to note how staff managed to defuse potentially violent episodes. Key findings of the study, co-authored by Professor Debra Jackson (University of Western Sydney) and Professor Kim Usher (James Cook University), included: Staring was an importan...

World Wine Sales Brisk, but French Producers Hungover

...road as the tobacco industry and is in consequence keen to self-regulate and take responsible drinking seriously. But Robert Joseph, a wine critic and 20 year veteran of the wine business, said the industry "will get, and deserves, a lot of the flak coming its way." The industry had not been thinking ...

Girls With Cancer Given Fertility Hope

...cision in these cases, and it may be that they are keen to have grandchildren, and I dont know if a very young girl will fully appreciate all of the arguments....

AMSA Launches General Practice Student Network

...ed in the specialty of General Practice, and those keen to dispel the common myths associated with the profession. AMSA National President Mr. Rob Mitchell said, The launch of the GPSN is vital in the attempt to shake up the perceptions of General Practice. For too long, this specialty has been unde...

Bihar Under the Grip of Kala Azar

...Bank, WHO and the Bill Gates Foundation have shown keen interest to fund the kala azar eradication programme. Many of the worst kala azar hit areas of Bihar are the northern districts of Vaishali, Muzaffarpur, Sitamarhi, Sheohar and East and West Champaran. Bihar last faced a kala azar epidemic in 199...

Thin People may Be Internally Fat

...dieting alone should be enough. But if one is also keen to stay healthy, regular physical exercises are inescapable....

Using Drugs as Weapons can Never Be 'non Lethal', Say Doctors

... This is of great concern to the BMA. The BMA is keen to alert doctors to the fact that medical knowledge may be called upon for the development of drugs as weapons, as well as antidotes and treatments. Future advances in drug development may spawn more sophisticated and sinister agents that may not be ...

Delivering the Green Message to Children

... trouble," Nariman stressed. Young students take keen interest in the environmental issues facing India, like the desertification, rising levels of pollutions, dumping of wastes into the rivers, and so on. "The students show a deep concern when you tell them that the Yamuna is clean when it enters Del...

Japanese Expedition Clears Half Ton of Garbage from Mt. Everest

... will not be his last. "For the future, I would be keen on studying the impact of global warming on glaciers in the Himalayas, he said. The world's highest peak is well known for littering by climbers. Most of the garbage is never brought down by the mountaineers. Dozens of bodies also litter the mounta...

India Main Source of Counterfeit Medicines Seized in Europe

...ols, told INEPNEXT news agency that the EU is very keen to discuss the issue of fake medicines with India....ood customs cooperation with India and we are very keen to discuss the counterfeit issue with Indian officials,'' he said. Health and safety is a big iss...

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