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Chirps of Wisdom: Taking a Leaf out Of Vietnam’s Bird-Flu Sag

...ietnam, and that was because of decisions at prime ministerial level." Education and creating awareness amongst people takes the next priority that should be followed up with a nationwide education programme, ample information broadcast on national media and advertisement around the country. "It's important ...

Irish Ministers Deny Any Rift Between Themselves

... two politicians was just a distraction from their ministerial duties. The PD government had earlier warned that all PD party members should keep internal matters out of the media spotlight. Mr McDowell reiterated today: “Both of us are completely united in where our party is going and where we are going in Go...

UAE Reports lowest number of AIDS cases

...t aspects of the national plan, including the 1985 ministerial order that has added HIV/Aids to the notifiable diseases category. The report said, "No cases of transmission through blood products provided in UAE facilities have been recorded since 1985 when the Aids program was implemented."...

Australian Medical Association Not Satisfied Obesity Initiatives

...effectively. The minister had announced a new ministerial taskforce for an anti-obesity campaign involving industry and the community. The new ministerial task force also has Education Minister, Julie Bishop, along with the Health Minister. The announ...

India to Host Asian Review Meet on Avian Flu

...equences," said a WHO spokesperson. Ahead of the ministerial conference, the secretaries of health and agriculture/animal husbandry of nine Asian countries would be deliberating on the future course of action as well as the current status in various countries including India, which notified being avian flu hit...

Compulsory Rural Stint for Doctors: Ramadoss

...ter told reporters after the second meeting of the ministerial steering group of the National Rural Health Mission. "By December we hope to go to the cabinet for clearance of the proposal," he said. In order to meet health targets and bridge the acute shortfall of trained doctors in rural healthcare centre...

Southern states join hands to protect biodiversity

...It was also decided to hold annual meetings at the ministerial level. Source-IANS...

Nepal's Most Influential Woman 'Critically' Ill

...Unlike the presidential wives in the US, the prime ministerial wives in Nepal however have mostly kept a low profile and remained out of limelight. Only deposed prime minister Sher Bahadur Deuba's wife Dr Arjoo Deuba came closest to the image of an active first lady, campaigning to get her husband released aft...

Indonesia Facing Massive Hurdles Against Bird Flu

...d reporters as OIC health officials met ahead of a ministerial gathering Thursday. 'People there cannot understand why you should cull all the poultry in the whole village when only one person is found sick.' Better disease prevention among farmers is also necessary to fight bird flu. 'It is a matter of changi...

Lancets Report Condemns UKs Mental Health Bill

... UK will require a substantial shift in public and ministerial attitudes." A survey by the Department of Health published last week found fewer people in England favor a more tolerant attitude to those with mental illness than in 1994. The Lancet comments: "This opinion is unsurprising. Mental illnesses are no...

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