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The World Bank funds private Hospital in India

...'t get services will be helped".Tawhid Nawaz, task manager at the World Bank, told the BMJ: "The State Government could not have managed this hospital on its own. The bank is allowed to finance innovative thinkgs like this".But some international health researchers are suspicious of the Bank's promises that ...

Pen-nibbling addiction

...olleagues could find anything to write with. “My manager took me one side and said it wasn’t just the money I was costing them but the fact that nobody else could ever find a pen to use,” he told the Brighton Evening Argus. “I’ve been chewing them for about five years but it started getting worse, especial...

Arthritis Patients Can Find Relief With Acupuncture

...cupuncture, and 189 followed a self-help course to manager their condition. The patients all received their standard medical care from their physicians. Acupuncture involves inserting thin needles into specific body points to stimulate the body and improve health. In the sham acupuncture group, the needles ...

London Emergency Services Receive Wide Appreciation

...ctively. The team must include a senior clinician, manager and nurse. Hospitals are asked to decide what method of triage they would follow at the start of any ‘major incident’ as well as during the incident. London’s professional way of dealing with the attack yesterday has brought it praise from their gra...

Cryopreservation of Ovaries for Cancer patients undergoing treatment

...ter their treatment," said Yehudit Nathan, program manager at Core Dynamics, the biotech company that funded and provided technical expertise for the exercise. Dr. Amir Arav, Senior Scientist at the Institute of Animal Sciences at Agricultural organization, Bet Dagan said that their Cryopreservation techniqu...

Legal Action against Authority Regarding Outbreak of Legionnaires’ Diseas

...hter yesterday in connection//. The design service manager for Barrow borough council has also been charged with breaching health and safety regulations. Those who died in the outbreak, all from Barrow, were: June Miles, 56; Richard Macaulay, 88; Georgina Somerville, 54; Harriet Low, 74; Wendy Millburn, 56;...

Land of Kebabs, also reaps enormous profit in fast food

...med more specifically at children. Amanat Chann, manager of the restaurant on the Mall, says: "Between five and 10 of the same families come here every day, with two or three children in each family." Pakistani children eat chicken burger and fries every day of the week. It's a state of affairs that woul...

India Can Manage World’s Healthcare Crisis By 202

...ndia has the potential to be the healthcare crisis manager for the world and can earn upto $25 billion from medical tourism, experts say.// Speaking at a health summit organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and the Indian Health Care Foundation (IHCF), experts said the government should dou...

Running Water Restored In Chinese City

...aking detergents and plastics. Liu Yurun, general manager for the Harbin Water Group, the city's water utility, said local radio and television stations will broadcast a color-based indicator of water safety over the next few days — red for unusable, yellow for bathing only and green for drinking. Work cre...

AIDS bias successfully overcome by Indian Muslims in South Africa

...ties to extend the service, according to programme manager Razia Kajee. "We provide a service to anybody, irrespective of their religion or creed, and are definitely seeing an increase in awareness of the HIV/AIDS pandemic among Muslims," Kajee said. "While our care is based on an Islamic ethos, we do not ...

High Prevalence of AIDS among Indian Truck drivers

... condoms," said Alok Srivastava, the chief project manager for the study. According to the survey, conducted by the Centre for Media Studies (CMS), though many truckers have heard about HIV and AIDS, only two percent of them know the difference between the two. The study collected data from hundreds of tru...

Soccer club visit to turkey, cancelled

...lu scares plans to go to Antalya, Turkey. The club manager said that the team members would refrain from consuming any poultry meat there at turkey. Tests have shown that 18 members are affected with bird flu in turkey and reported three deaths. The deaths were all due to the deadly strain H5N1 strain and ...

Slimmer’s Delight: Potato Version 2, on a platte

...it a healthy choice. Sainsbury's produce trading manager John Maylam said: "This great-tasting, versatile potato is the perfect solution for those of us who like to watch what we eat - and they taste just as good for those who don't “....

Human Error: Teenager’s Renewed Zest for Life Nose-Dive

...g the dosage. Martin Ledwick, cancer information manager for Cancer Research UK, said: ‘It's difficult to speculate as to what the impact of this might be as the situation is so unusual. It seems that the doctors have suggested there are certain quite dramatic side effects already. One of the key things th...

Art Attack: Doodling For a Cause!

...ored celebrity doodle. Paul Tranter, fundraising manager of Epilepsy Action, said: “Since Doodle Day started in 2004 people have doodled everything and anything from puzzles, patterns and portraits to pets, passions and places. All you have to do is let your imagination take over and enjoy yourself! “In th...

Pilot Study Proves Home Abortions ‘Safe’

...nurse was deputed to oversee the abortion. Project manager Shirley Butler told the magazine: "This has been a successful pilot and it has proved that abortion is safe outside a hospital.We have had few problems. Some women experienced pain and they were given painkillers. One woman had haemorrhaging, but if ...

Health insurance in the future would depend on genetic test results

...blings. Legal & General's protection development manager Roger Wells said that a premium price also played an important role in the growing inquisitiveness of the insurance companies. Insurers wanted to use the tests to lower premiums to those who were free from certain genetic predispositions to particu...

Dialysis Clinics Owned By Fresenius Flourishes Due To Its Customers

...on outside North America. Mansi Kothari, research manager for the medical-devices group at consultant Frost & Sullivan said that the various products are filters and fluids. Their products are better than the reusable variety. The company is still growing and plans to open about 1,500 clinics on the conti...

Organic food loses its whole-grain image

...cally grown fruit and organic dairy products, says manager Olaf Koeller. The current bestseller is wild strawberry. Koeller has extended his range not only to the health and environmentally conscious but also to those who cannot take normal dairy products due to health reasons. One of the popular items in ...

Hand-Washing Campaign Launched By India

... achieving the goal,' said Anand Shekhar, regional manager of WaterAid. Shekhar said that the campaign will continue for three years and its impact evaluated on an annual basis. 'Special flip books, audio and video cassettes, too, have been designed to be distributed in schools. Wall paintings on the the...

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