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NHS Dentistry Faces Pensioners’ Delug

... including prevention can be evolved. This will be mutually beneficial and prevent them from seeking unnecessary treatment. The report also said that more specialist dentists for older people were needed to be recruited and that older individuals should look out for their oral health since it can quickly turn...

Refreshing Assam Tea Now At The Nearest Post Office

... rest of the country. "I think that this will be mutually beneficial to both the private and public sector especially the tea industry in boosting demand and volumes," said Dhurbajeet Chaliha, Director, Green Gold Assam Tea that owns the Korangini brand. The initiative, the postal department feels, will e...

British Varsities To Outsource Admin And Research To India

...ies need to learn from businesses that have set up mutually beneficial partnerships and collaborations with companies in several emerging economies, mainly India, the report stated. Noting that partnership was the theme of a recent India initiative announced by Prime Minister Tony Blair, Brown wrote: "If we...

Ranbaxy Signs Agreement With Zenotech For Cancer Drugs

...aterialising in the days ahead as a result of this mutually beneficial partnership,' Ranbaxy's CEO and Managing Director Malvinder M Singh said. The combined branded sales of the products that the two companies have agreed upon is estimated to be about 3.7 billion dollars. Zenotech is a specialty generic in...

Uganda Shows Increased HIV Discordant Couples

...e vast majority of these cohabiting couples do not mutually know their HIV status and therefore are not empowered to take action to prevent further spread of the disease.’ About three percent of the couples were both HIV positive. Okware said that the increasing number of people on Antiretroviral Treatmen...

Identifying Bottlenecks to Breastfeeding

...nd and so on", Ms Murphy added. Breast feeding is mutually beneficial. Most breast fed babies are protected from gastroenteritis, respiratory infections, ear infections and eczema, while mothers who breastfeed are at a low risk for developing breast cancer, ovarian cancer and osteoporosis....

Useful Parasites

... nature. This new study reveals the Symbiotic or mutually beneficial partnership that develops in nature. This can be seen in the crucial relationship of the Mitochondria that dwells in cell to help it breathe oxygen. "Mitochondria are thought to have evolved from a symbiotic relationship. It may be that th...

Useful Parasites

... nature. This new study reveals the Symbiotic or mutually beneficial partnership that develops in nature. This can be seen in the crucial relationship of the Mitochondria that dwells in cell to help it breathe oxygen. "Mitochondria are thought to have evolved from a symbiotic relationship. It may be that th...

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