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Gays Get Green Light for Jerusalem Rally

...ing fire to rubbish bins. One police officer was lightly wounded and four demonstrators arrested, Rosenfeld said. Last year, a much-delayed Gay Pride parade through the streets of Jerusalem was scrapped and instead held under tight security at a stadium after violent protests by ultra-Orthodox Jews and den...

Hip Resurfacing Fever Catches on in US

...ave little thigh bone left to fit another.Surgeons lightly shave the damaged femoral ball and fit a metal ball snugly over it. That ball rolls in a metal cup reinforcing the socket. The idea: Metal-on-metal shouldn't wear out as fast, and if patients do need another replacement in 15 or 20 years, the thigh b...

Links Between Prostate Cancer Treatment, Periodontal Disease

...onfirmation, suggests yet one more reason to tread lightly with hormone treatment of prostate cancer. Men need to be aware of prostate cancer generally and the potential ill effects of hormone treatment specifically." Source: Emediawire/M...

Grossly Overweight Boy Likely to Be Sent into Care

...olutely the last resort. We do not do these things lightly but we have got to consider what effect this life-style is having on his health. Child abuse is not just about hitting your children or sexually abusing them, it is also about neglect. The long-term health effects of obesity such as diabetes are well...

Quarantine Sought For Harsh TB Strain

...vements of people infected with XDR-TB is not made lightly -- it reflects the severity of the outbreak. He also stressed that people who are isolated or detained should be compensated, to ensure they do not remain in the community and spread the illness to others. "Right now, all the incentives are the ...

Chronotype, a Measure to Assess Patterns of Daily Activities

... that within the first group - individuals in more lightly populated regions - chronotypes were tightly coupled to sun time, while within groups corresponding to more densely populated towns and cities, chronotypes showed a progressively weaker coupling to sun time. City dwelling potentially impacts the in...

Pet Owners Less Healthy: Study Unveils

...n 20 to 54, conclude that: “Pet ownership was very lightly associated with poor health in the general working-aged population." The findings of their study appear in the December 2006 issue of the online journal PloS ONE. Pet owners, even though more likely to enjoy outdoor activities such as hunting, b...

Did Eli Lilly Turn Wily With Regard to Their Best-selling Schizophrenia Drug?

... levels. The company has not taken the allegation lightly and has completely denied it. Lilly explained that the FDA has been enabled with a clear picture of all the clinical trials and reviews regarding the usage of the drug world-wide. But documents in circulation within the company relates to an entirely...

A New Gamma Camera Technique for the Detection of Small Breast Tumors

...mmography unit,” Dr. O’Connor says. Each breast is lightly compressed between the gamma cameras with just enough pressure to keep it from moving for 5 to 10 minutes while several images are taken. “It is much more comfortable for women, because a force of only 15 pounds is used, compared to the 45-pound forc...

Whet your appetite with “Mindless Eating”: A gourmet's deligh!

...the clues to happy health with which the volume is lightly seasoned. WARNING: You will want to consume large portions of this book at one sitting. Source-Eurekalert MST...

Iron Deficiency can Cause Dark Circle Under Eyes

...l - this means vegetables that are as fresh and as lightly cooked as possible, especially peppers, kale, sprouts, cabbage and broccoli, and fruits such as kiwis, blueberries, blackcurrants, papaya, oranges and mangoes. Those who have these dark rings for years, the cause could be age rather than diet. "As...

Caffeine not really 'filtered' out of decaf coffee

...e percentage of caffeine should not be brushed off lightly as it may trigger off unwanted complications in persons suffering from certain medical conditions. Therefore it is recommended on the basis of these reports and to keep tab on the excess calories that add on with every cup of coffee decaf coffee or n...

All in the Name of ‘Breast Cancer Awareness

...ndraising for breast cancer causes cannot be taken lightly with around 41,700 women in Britain being afflicted with the disease each year, and killing about 12,400. However the question arises as to whether getting women to expose their breasts really the best approach to fundraising, or to raising awareness...

Light To Moderate Drinkers May Live Longer: Study

...with never or occasional drinkers, those who drank lightly to moderately had a 26 per cent lower risk of death over all and an almost 30 per cent lower risk of cardiac events. The findings of the study have been published in the latest issue of Archives of Internal Medicine. Light to moderate alcohol intak...

Adults In Their Seventies Could Drink Alcohol To Help Against Heart Ailments

...with never or occasional drinkers, those who drank lightly to moderately had a 26% lower risk of death and an almost 30 % reduced risk of cardiac events. The researchers explaining that one can never though have too much of a good thing, said that heavy drinkers were very likely to die or suffer from a car...

Sanitizer For Contaminated Sprouts Developed

...ection Agency advises that eating raw sprouts or lightly cooked moong bean sprouts produces a risk of exposure to salmonella or E. coli. Warriner recommends the sanitizer to be safe and environment- friendly. "There's actually no residue at all," he said. A global patent for the sanitizer has been submit...

Cut Calories to Age Gracefully

...d not exercise, another group of animals exercised lightly and were fed slightly less than they would have eaten if allowed to have their fill. Liver samples from these groups were compared with samples taken from young rats. )The old sedentary rats that ate until they were full had increased levels of ha...

A mother at 63: oldest in UK!

...ise that this has not been an endeavour undertaken lightly or without courage. A great deal of thought has been given to planning and providing for the child's present and future well-being, medically, socially and materially. We are very happy to have given life to an already much-loved baby, and our wish n...

Arrow Embedded In Tribal’s Chest For Two Weeks Surgically Remove

...ospital, Indore, the next day. But Gajuram took it lightly and continued with his routine. After two weeks a relative brought him to MY hospital where he was operated upon. 'Doctors at the hospital were shocked to see a man surviving for such a long time though the X ray showed that the arrow had pier...

Kellogg’s Additions to Wholesome Snack

...agement. Each 90-calorie pack contains clusters of lightly textured, multi-grain Special K cereal, with a touch of vanilla or strawberry flavors. The 4.87-ounce packages contain six single-serve pouches. Snack Bites has been proposed as a snack into the Special K Challenge, the two-week plan to help kick-s...

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