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Harm to the chest can be destructive

...sly). The type of blow that causes commotio cordis lands directly over the heart, is non-penetrating, and occurs at a specific phase of the heart beat. Most such injuries occur during sports like baseball, hockey, softball or soccer. They may also occur during 'shadow' boxing or while intervening in a sc...

Feast Of The East a gastronomic tour-de-force

...ers and traders returning home from distant exotic lands usually brought home a treasury of ingredients and recipes to enrich their tables. Thus, cuisines enlarged their gastronomical vocabulary, morphed and became more interesting," Li pointed out. Li partnered fellow Chinese Liang of the ITC Sonar Bangl...

NRIs Called Upon To Participate In AIDS Awareness Programs

...led upon to adopt districts which are their native lands aimed at maintaining primary health centers. The Government gives a very high priority to ensuring that Indians are safe from this disease. A lot of attention has to be paid to the vulnerable groups in the country to achieve this objective....

Rain Gardens Can Improve Water Quality

...% of toxins. Most of the rain that falls on cities lands on impervious surfaces, such as roads, where it absorbs pollutants before it finally drains away. The US Environmental Protection Agency estimates that built-up urban areas generate nine times the amount of runoff water than woodlands of a similar...

Mind your looks for Bush visit, as world is watching

...posted in close proximity to the US president, who lands here Wednesday evening for a three-day visit. "You have to look smart in front of the US officials because the whole world would be watching us for three days," said a senior officer while briefing the security personnel. "Wear your best clothes,...

Disney’s New Attraction Showcases the Discoveries of the Himalayas Expeditio

...sney's Animal Kingdom. "Having seen how the sacred lands project has integrated cultural needs and conservation priorities, resulting in the discovery of new species, and having the opportunity to see how golden monkeys–which were severely threatened by poaching and habitat destruction–are now thriving, it...

'Expedition Everest' Finds New Species

...sney's Animal Kingdom. "Having seen how the sacred lands project has integrated cultural needs and conservation priorities, resulting in the discovery of new species, and having the opportunity to see how golden monkeys–which were severely threatened by poaching and habitat destruction–are now thriving, it...

20 Years Later: Chernobyl’s effects are indelible and lastin

...It is possible that the lambs could have grazed on lands which would have been contaminated after the nuclear disaster, rendering the lamb meat unsafe for consumption .In the event of the radiation levels being too high, the lambs will need to graze on another land and be tested again. Nearly 375 British...

Spread Of Fungal Infections At Gym Could Be Avoided By Using Towel

... it is rubbed off the skin of someone infected and lands on the racks, where weights are placed or on exercise mats.Gyms are usually disinfected on a regular basis, but it is still a good idea to exercise caution, experts recommend. People who do not wish to use a towel should wear something that complet...

‘Nursing’ a Dream in Foreign Lans

...oreign trained. The number of nurses leaving their lands had trebled since 1990. In the year 2000, this figure had jumped to 15.2 percent. It was also seen that 21% of the foreign trained registered nurses hailed from the poorer nations like Africa. The report, published in the American Journal of Public...

Drugs for Parkinson’s May Be Useful for Stroke-related Disabilit

... for example, make them slow to swat at a bug that lands on their left side. How to separate slowness to notice a stimulus (spatial neglect) from slowness to act on a stimulus (motor neglect) has been a persistent problem for neuroscientists. In a common laboratory test of neglect's effects, patients wa...

US States Get Ready to Fight Mercury Pollution

...ssions drift across state borders, and the mercury lands far from where it was released. As the mercury falls on lakes and streams, it becomes methylmercury, a neurotoxin that accumulates in fish, with concentrations increasing in larger fish that eat smaller ones. The presence of harmful levels of m...

Health Benefits Of Traditional Land Ownership

... regain ownership and control of their traditional lands enjoy improved health, says Ms Nicole Watson, Senior Research Fellow at the Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning, University of Technology Sydney. In her article published in the latest issue of the Medical Journal of Australia (MJA), Ms Watson s...

Massive Wildfire Forces Evacuation of Hundreds of Home in Florida

... the wild land/urban interface problem where wild lands meet the homes," says Rose Davis, spokeswoman for the National Interagency Fire Center, an organization based in Boise, Idaho, that coordinates government agencies and allocates resources for various regions. "Not only does that impact where we can d...

Nurturing Our Nurses for Healthcare Par Excellence

...ries the scene is worse, as many leave for foreign lands in search of greener pastures. This trend led the WHO to recognize the shortage of nurses as one of the key impediments to achieving healthcare milestones. A study carried out in United States, Germany, Canada, England and Scotland showed that al...

Lets Care For Our Physicians A Salute to Them on Doctors Day!

...g the shores and realizing their dreams in foreign lands - known famously as brain drain. India needs to get its act together to buck this trend. At the same time, there are many expatriate medics whose altruism brings them back to home ground. This turns out to be a turbulent period for many who are a...

Experts to Discuss Climate Change Health Risks: WHO

...ld be at risk of malnutrition and hunger if arable lands become unworkable," it added. Representatives from 14 countries and WHO partners are expected to attend the four-day workshop. Key findings will be shared at an environment and health meeting in Bangkok, Thailand on August 8 and 9 attended by hea...

Desert Droughts Shorten Mountain Snow Cover, Reveals Study

...ind blown dust from drought-stricken and disturbed lands in the Southwest can shorten the duration of mountain snow cover hundreds of miles away in the Colorado mountains by roughly a month. The study found that seasonal snow coverage in the sub-alpine and alpine areas of the San Juan Mountains of south...

Indian Government Asks the Supreme Court to Keep Off Environmental Issues

... a view on certain parameters. Given that forest lands are diverted for all kinds of industrial use these days, provoking clashes with those living on forest produce, one can perhaps understand the frustration of the mandarins while dealing with experts who have axe to grind, it is pointed out. In fact...

Textile City Tirupur in Tamil Nadu Tops in Pollution Generation

...dass, an environmentalist, says: 'The agricultural lands will slowly become desert because of this sludge. Sludge will kill all the microorganisms in the earth. They will also contaminate water sources in the surroundings.' Environmentalists concerned over the deteriorating condition seek a scientific so...

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