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A Slight Increase In BP Can Mean big Risks

...to begin with say researchers. The increased risk kicked in when the systolic pressure rose to 130, the number considered by doctors to represent borderline-high blood pressure. Those with readings between 130 and 139 were about 28 percent more likely to have another heart problem as those with readings in...

Domestic Violence: The Silent Killer of Women Worldwide

...ng pregnancy. More than a half of them were either kicked or punched in their abdomen, inducing a miscarriage. Nearly 90% of them had to put up with abusive words. The father of the unborn child was held responsible in a majority of these cases. Unbelievable? There is more coming up. Approximately a quart...

Reliable Help For Smokers From Nicotine Patches and Former Smokers

...dings reported that Fifty percent of women smokers kicked the habbit after the six-week treatment program in which the ex-smokers partcipated, as compared to only 8% of women who quit smoking in the comparison group. These findings were presented by Andrews at the12th Annual Meeting of the Society for Re...

Primal Scream's Return

...tics and drugs. It was then that the "heroin hell" kicked in and it was such a bad time that Gillespie thought of quitting the band. The anxiety and the fear psychosis inspired by the drugs came through in Vanishing Point, Evil Heat and XTRMNTR. "I was killing myself, but it's what I was seeing and feeling ...

Drive Against Malnutrition Among Children In MP Gets Kicked Off

...e against the malnutrition among the children gets kicked off, with the government starting health fairs in villages where around 80,000 malnourished children will be weighed and provided nutrition diet. // The month-long fairs, organised under the Bal Sanjivani Abhiyan (Child Growth Monitoring Drive), we...

New Ad Campaign For Diabetic Awareness Launched In Australia

...tising campaign to mark National Diabetes Week was kicked off yesterday with an awareness rally in which hundreds of diabetic people and their families took part in, along with the 'Barnaby Bee' the mascot for Diabetes Australia at the at Federation Square. The group is calling for all the Australians to ta...

Wide Support for Breast feeding

...alth Department and a breast-feeding support group kicked off World Breastfeeding Week. Activists marched on Church Street Saturday to raise public awareness to say that say breastfeeding is not just a private bond between mothers and babies but that it was a community health issue, too. Jan Campbell, wit...

World's 3 out of 10 Cigarettes Smoked in China

...re were record numbers of smokers in China who had kicked the habit. "For the first time, there are some ex-smokers," she said. "That means there are people who smoked and who have quit. That is our first glimmer of hope for smokers in China. It just appears there is a peak effect, the message is getting ...

Roslin Cells Center Gives Fillip To Stem Cell Research

Edinburgh: Scotland has kicked off a new center to produce and sell human stem cells; Roslin Cells Center is a pioneering $4 million project, the first ever in Europe,// envisaged to give an impetus to the many organizations dedicated to stem cell research. The Roslin Cells Center...

Evolution of Plant Life Cycle

...f the National Academy of Sciences.Two major steps kicked off the chain of events that helped land plants prosper, forming the basis for modern land-based ecosystems and fundamentally altering the course of evolution of life on earth, said Qiu. The first step was the colonization of land by descendents of a...

Poverty Fuels HIV In Poor Indian States

...r wives. Srivatsava’s wife, who is HIV-negative, kicked him out of the house after learning about his disease. "My wife's action really hurt me," he said, "We were supposed to be life partners." December 18, is the United Nations' International Migrants Day. "You can't expect all these millions to remai...

Girls Encounter More Stress Than Boys

...y did in response. 'Worst events' included getting kicked out of school, failing a quiz, arguing with a parent, getting mad at a girlfriend or boyfriend and other problems. The researchers later evaluated how stressful the events were and classified them as interpersonal (involving interaction between the...

Campaign for Safe Drinking Water in India, Nepal

... While initial phases of the project have already kicked off in parts of Madhya Pradesh and Nepal, the full-fledged work will start in six weeks after a steering committee is put in place. "The project will benefit more than a 100,000 people both in India and Nepal of which 75,000 children will benefit d...

New Research Promises To Take The Pain Off Breast Feeding

...rent positions found that babies' natural reflexes kicked in more easily when the mothers were lying down. The position seemed to trigger primitive reflexes usually seen in young mammals, according to the researchers, led by Dr. Colson. Dr. Colson advises women on the technique called biological nurtur...

Suit Filed Against Horrors of Psychiatric Ward in New York Hospital

...he Brooklyn hospital, where officers have dragged, kicked and punched patients, the suit claims. According to the suit, patients deemed "difficult" are handcuffed and forcibly injected with mood-altering drugs and beatings. "It's a scandal - the conditions here hark back to the Dickensian conditions in ...

Teenage Girls Conviced for Killing Cabbie

...y. After refusing to pay the fare they punched and kicked the driver, whose left arm had been paralyzed by a stroke. The pair fled in Mr. Hormozi's stolen taxi and left the injured father of two in a Canley Heights street, where he died. Justice McClellan declared “Mr. Hormozi had coronary disease and the...

Ozzy Found Nicotine Addiction Hardest to Quit

...ed to smoking again.He revealed that before he had kicked the butt, he used to cover himself with nicotine patches. "They're all a b**ger to kick, but I'd have to say cigarettes," Contactmusic quoted him as saying. "I used to cover my whole body with (nicotine) patches. I looked like a f**king mummy. ...

AAPPO Launches ACT on Diabetes Initiative to Promote Improved Diabetes Care

...event the disease. An industry leader, AAPPO today kicked off its new ACT on Diabetes Initiative, which empowers AAPPO members to take Action, Champion better care, and empower their patients to Take charge of diabetes by providing tools and information to the over 1000 PPO providers nationwide. More than...

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

...nterests 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 had pointed out the figure had little to do with ...

Students Protest Against Introduction of Sex Education in Schools

...chool. Moves to bring sex out of the closet have kicked up a morality debate between educators who say sex education will reduce number of HIV cases, and critics, who fear it will corrupt young minds. Holding banners, placards and posters, men and women, with support from a political organization, shout...

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