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UK Uneasy Over Involvement of Doctors in Terror Attacks, but Not Panicking Over Non European Medics

...al, who spoke on condition of anonymity, while the lone woman, the wife of one, is a laboratory technician. The police are now working to unravel links and prior contacts within this far-flung expatriate medical circle. For the British public, the prospect of highly educated professionals as terror susp...

Mental Health of Children on the Decline

...al disorder. Levels are higher among children from lone parent families and "reconstituted" families with stepchildren. The NCH believes that childhood is being undermined by the combined pressures of schooling and advertising. Children's Minister Beverley Hughes said that figures issued by the Office...

Texas Lawmakers Give The Boot To Cervical Cancer Vaccine

...s Senator Glenn Hegar Jr., a Republican. Yet the lone Senate voter for the vaccination program, Senator Leticia van de Putte, a Democrat from San Antonio who is a pharmacist was quoted “I’m thinking of the women that will die because we didn’t act.” Last year, 400 women died due to cervical cancer, whic...

Low Birth Weight Babies On The Rise In UK.

...iver under weight babies. The report states that lone parents were more likely to have a still birth. Similarly children born to working-class mothers were twice as likely to die before their first birthday when compared with their middle-class counterparts. According to Louise Bamfield, lead researc...

Cancer-virus Vaccine Targets Wrong Age Group

.... is still studying the longevity of Gardasil, the lone HPV vaccine on the market, which won approval from the Food and Drug Administration in June. But that hadn't impeded its lobbying efforts. Legislators in at least 20 states and cities, including Virginia and the District of Columbia, are considering ...

Epileptic Drug Found To Be Efficient As A Single Therapy

...ugs. But this is the first time it was tested as a lone therapy. It was found that 72.8% of people who had received carbamazepine did not have epileptic attack for six months while it was 73% for levetiracetam users. Dr Martin Brodie who is the lead scientist of this study opines that levetiracetam has ...

Renegade RNA: Clues to Cancer and Normal Growth

...ound in human cells, Mendell’s team discovered one lone microRNA “miles away” --- in cellular terms --- from all the others. “It was so clearly in the wrong place at the wrong time for what we thought it was supposed to be doing that we just had to figure out why,” says Hun-Way Hwang, a graduate student...

NIH Funds the Development of National Consortium of Universities

...aul for universities steeped in the tradition of a lone scientist plugging away in a laboratory. Kessler, former head of the Food and Drug Administration with his experience about the regulatory hurdles towards creating new therapies, said, ‘We're talking about creating a new breed of scientist. Right n...

Living alone is a deterrent to good health

Many households in the United Kingdom have lone inhabitants, which means there is a prevailing trend of many people living in seclusion. This is surely// an unhealthy trend, say Danish researchers, whose study has revealed that living alone almost doubles the risk of heart disease. The living a...

Government’s Welfare Plan For Deprived Families Affect Other

...ren from more deprived families - teenage mothers, lone parents, workless households - were adversely affected. They also found that Sure Start programs led by health agencies were the most effective. The authors warn that the results should be treated with caution at this early stage of Sure Start'...

Mother’s Attitude Towards Immunisation Makes it Inaccessible to Childre

.... They were also more likely to have a teenaged or lone parent, a mother who smoked during pregnancy, and have been admitted to hospital at least once. In contrast, unimmunised infants were more likely to have older (40 years or above) and more highly qualified mothers, or mothers of black Caribbean eth...

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