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Look Out for ICE in Emergency Situations

...entum in North America. The news is spread through mobiles as well as the internet. A simple idea that will make a big difference, especially in a country like India where the number of those dying in road accidents outnumber those dying of diseases....

LondonMet Keen on Widening Research Collaborations With India

...e modules which can all be accepted by students on mobiles and PCs, especially working students, doing Masters and Ph.Ds, upgrading their qualification levels," Bickerton, LondonMet's director (student recruitment) added. LondonMet has been collaborating with the Beijing Union University, Hunan University...

Mobile Phone Addiction may Cause Psychological Problems

...About 40 percent of young adults admit using their mobiles for more than four hours a day. Most of them say they spend "several hours a day" on their phones. Many of these people are "deeply upset" if their missed calls or messages do not elicit a response. Mobile addicts tend to neglect important activiti...

Mobile use increases risk of infertility in men

...ces may be. It is just like using a toothbrush but mobiles could be having a devastating effect on fertility.... be proved but it could have a huge impact because mobiles are so much part of our lives." The study included 361 men, whose sperms were analysed before the ...

Ban on mobile usage in hospitals uncalled for, says a report

...m the University of Kent have said that the use of mobiles is much the same as the use of televisions, radios and other electronic devices, which are already in use in hospitals. The overriding benefit to patients in staying in touch with loved ones cannot however be overlooked, he said. Professor Burge...

Mobiles As Addictive As Smoking In Youngsters

...od pressure of 20 students as they yakked on their mobiles and found that the reading was normal when they were without the phones, but shot up once they started talking on it. In another test 106 students answered questionnaires on their mobiles. 16% had problems with the phones, the researcher said. "Y...

Patients Indignant at Exorbitant Phone Bills from Hospital

...which hospitals have agreed to prohibit the use of mobiles on their premises, ‘in circumstances where it is lawful and there is proper reason to do so’. Till date the ban over the use of mobile phones within hospital premises exists on the grounds of probable interference with sensitive medical equipment. ...

Use Of Mobiles Does Not Result In Tumors

...imed that the higher intensity of the signals from mobiles in the rural areas resulted in higher health risks. The earlier analog model phones also did not pose any such dangers, according to the research. As many as 1,716 healthy volunteers and 966 people suffering from glioma brain tumors were studied d...

More Britons Take To Alcohol Because Of Stress

... with IT-related problems like computers crashing, mobiles and automated call centers, //according to a recent study. The study was conducted by the Britain's charity Developing Patient Partnerships (DPP). The DPP conducted a poll of 1,000 people last year. One third of them said IT-related problems were a...

Mobile Phones Do Not Inflict Brain Damage

...Professor Riccardo Russo. The researchers strapped mobiles to volunteers' heads and asked them to do several memory tests. Participants were not told whether the phones were on or off. Contrary to previous studies that had claimed that electromagnetic radiation from phones fried the brain, and could cause...

This MMS Educates, And Not Titillates

...nd MMS (multimedia messaging service) will hit the mobiles soon, a fictional clip spreading awareness on the deadly disease and cautioning people on the disease while urging them to have safe sex. The 27-year-old doctor in this Gujarat city said he was never inclined towards a routine medical practice and ...

An Under Estimation Of The Radiation Hazard With The Use Of Mobile Phones

...d between acoustic neuroma and the number of years mobiles had been used, the time since first use, the total hours of use, or the total number of calls. The long-term risk assessment with the relatively new technology has still a long way to go. At this juncture, it would be appropriate to remember our love...

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