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Furore Over Spa Planned on Active Philippines Volcano

...a-resort on Taal volcano south of Manila unless it meets a range of environmental requirements. Unless the company fulfils the demands by Thursday its environmental clearance certificate (ECC) will be withdrawn, Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Angelo Reyes said in a statement. Company spoke...

MedAir AB Announces the Launch of Fingertip Pulse Oximeter

...ccuracy is too critical to be sacrificed. OxyCheck meets the requirements for both accuracy and cost-efficiency." OxyCheck delivers fast and accurate readings. Other features include; durability, the ability to fit a range of finger sizes from pediatric to adult, and use of standard AAA batteries. The de...

All Babies in Massachusetts Should Be Screened for Life-Threatening Disorders

...blic Health's Newborn Screening Advisory Committee meets in October this year that they will recommend to the Commissioner that the State increase the number of newborn screening tests it currently requires." "While this important expansion of newborn screening is very good news for families, the lives o...

US Health Insurance Firms Suspend Sales, Promise to End Fraudulent Practices

...pension on marketing will be lifted when a company meets certain guidelines. Sales materials will have to remind beneficiaries that not all providers may accept the plan. Insurers must make information easily available to medical providers, and beneficiaries interested in enrolling must be contacted to mak...

Group Therapy and Willpower can Help Smokers to Quit

...ffective method of cessation. The group of smokers meets with a counsellor who guides the session. Initially, the aim is to analyse the smoking habits of those taking part. "The idea is to make it clear to people that they are actually addicted," said Karin Joder. In many cases this means destroying the ...

Weizmann Researchers Developed Control Switch for Protein Activity

...engineered proteins in order to find one that best meets their needs. The method developed by the Weizmann Institute scientists is ready for immediate use, both in basic biomedical research and in the pharmaceutical industry, in the search for proteins that can serve as targets for new drugs. Beyond of...

DelSite Working Toward Solving Delivery of Influenza Vaccine in Pandemic Situations

...y be a solution. DelSite's nasal powder technology meets these criteria and could add additional value by providing immunological protection to recipients at the site where viruses normally enter the body: the respiratory tract. 3. An effective adjuvant to make the vaccine more powerful. One proposed ap...

Water Quality At Western Yamuna Canal Meets The Desired Water Quality Standards

Water quality at western Yamuna canal meets the desired water quality standards. Pollution Control Research Institute (PCRI), Haridwar, is carrying out water quality monitoring and analysis under Yamuna Action Plan. It is being conducted at Yamunanagar upstream, Yamunanagar downstream, Panip...

WHO's Guidelines Lack Evidence, Lancet Says

...re WHOs governing body the World Health Assembly meets next week at U.N. headquarters in Geneva to decide future health strategies. If countries do not have confidence in the technical competence of WHO, then its very existence is called into question, said Horton, the journals editor. This study shows...

Study Finds Glycerin to Be a Good Source for Cattle Feed

...rom the processing of soybean oil. He also said it meets stringent FDA regulations. "We're really looking at the energy value and how it compares to corn. When the animal consumes glycerin, it's absorbed, and the glycerin is used to make glucose. Actually, it's like feeding sugar to a cow. Because it's ...

Bush Isolated on Climate Change Heading into G8

... lunch Wednesday before the main summit. Bush also meets separately with departing British Prime Minister Tony Blair, his staunchest European ally, and new centre-right French President Nicolas Sarkozy. In a rebuff to Putin, Bush has bracketed his G8 trip with visits to Prague and Poland in what were onc...

Manmohan Singh to Meet UN Chief, Discuss Climate Change

... patent protected energy-saving technology when he meets the G-8 leaders on Friday. German Chancellor and summit host Angela Merkel has been working to get fellow G-8 leaders to agree to limit global warming, and not let temperatures rise more than two degrees Celsius, a plan that would require halving g...

Five Malaysians in Hospital After Bird Flu Outbreak

...5N1 strain. "So far, there's still no case which meets the definition of the avian influenza infection among humans detected," the minister said. To contain the disease, over 3,000 birds have been slaughtered within a one-kilometre radius of the outbreak, Kamarudin Mohammed Isa, head of disease control...

Hormones- The Same Regardless Of Packaging

..., has come out with the statement that compounding meets the needs of patients when off-the-shelf prescription drugs do not. ANNB...

Health Insurance For Almost Everyone In Massachusetts

...r covering virtually everyone with insurance, that meets the highest standards in the nation." Kirwan also stated that healthcare providers may be persuaded to reduce their premiums on the condition that many healthy adults buy coverage, and in this way spreading the cost of health care to sicker people...

Foot Deformity Could Be Corrected With Minimal Surgery

...erts a small pin into a joint in the foot where it meets the ankle to hold the correct position for about two months. After the casting treatments or the surgical pinning, CVT patients wear a nighttime brace for several years to prevent recurrence. Details about the treatment in 11 patients with CVT, or ...

Malaria-curing Herb Must Be Carefully Farmed - WHO

...from dried leaves, it said. "Not all artemisinin meets the required standards to produce quality medicines," the WHO said in guidelines calling for more stringent monitoring of the plant's cultivation and collection. "The availability of these treatments still falls short of what is needed." Resistan...

Women Will Be Paid to Donate Eggs for Science

...ve area, is expected to approve the policy when it meets on Wednesday. At present, clinics are not allowed to accept eggs donated for scientific research unless they are a byproduct of either IVF treatment or sterilisation. Campaigners for change say that this has led to a chronic shortage of eggs for scie...

HIV Awareness Hazy in 73% of Youth

...ew Delhi: There is definitely more to it than what meets the eye. The young in India are sexually active before marriage and outside of marriage// according to the findings of the Social Assessment of HIV/AIDS in India. Both sexes are ill informed about HIV/AIDS and protective measures, with girls scorin...

Are Women Weak in the Knees?

... where the slanting line of the femur (thigh) bone meets the vertical line from the kneecap to the ankles, is more pronounced in women than in men because women tend to have wider hips. This increases strain on the knee. Researchers also speculate that high levels of estrogen can make the knee ligaments mo...

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