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Scot's National Drink, Now Available at 1,000 Pounds a Nip

...805 sonner than later. The Johnnie Walker 1805's nearest competitor in the Gleneagles bar is a 40-year-old Bowmore malt at 550 pounds a measure. The hotel has sold six bottles of it in the past four years. Gleneagles has exclusivity on the 1805 because it and the Johnnie Walker company are both owned by...

Probable Health Monitor Sends SMS of Emergency Alerts and ECG

...nt and transmits a sample of the ECG signal to the nearest medical care centre, via the SMS text service, together with patient details. The device could give patients who have already had one heart attack a much greater chance of receiving life-saving treatment within the golden hour period. "Our Wearab...

Thousands Gather in Sydney for HIV Conference

...ply because they cannot afford a bus ticket to the nearest clinic. When she was first diagnosed eight years ago, the former nurse said the treatment of AIDS patients by medics was appalling. "The treatment was shocking in the early years, the nurses and doctors didn't know about HIV," she said. "There ...

You Need Blood? Just Click the Mouse!

... request. An SMS is then sent to the donor located nearest to the hospital where the patient is. The patient or his relative is also informed about the identity of the donor. As for security and misuse of donated blood, Poacha said specific identification numbers are given to donors. "Before giving out t...

Special Backpacks Provide Much Needed Relief for Cancer Patients

...ide next to me. "In the circumstances, it is the nearest that I can get to a normal life. "It has enabled me to have a lot of freedom and when I have the energy I have been able to go to the shops and buy myself a newspaper." The hotel does not have special medical facilities, but the rooms are linked to...

Scorching Heat in Rajasthan Has Pushed the Sale of Beer to a Record High

...sty people as well as tourists are heading for the nearest beer bar or liquor outlet to quench their thirst with a chilled glass of beer . This is evident from the taverns in star-rated hotels in Jaipur which are packed with guzzlers. Over ninety percent of the bar occupants prefer beer with a mere ten per...

Helpline Launched for Hearing Impaired

...Helpline, which will provide information about the nearest hospitals where treatment facilities are available...y will be provided guidance and information on the nearest government or private centre in Kerala where diagnostic facilities are available," he said. Hearin...

NASA Gets Ready To Address Tough Questions

...ation were to arise on a voyage to Mars, where the nearest hospital is millions of miles away. Moreover, Mars-bound astronauts will not always be able to rely on instructions from Mission Control, since it would take nearly a half-hour for a question to be asked and an answer to come back via radio. Astron...

Portable Splint When Injured Far Away from Medical Help

Limbs broken and too far from the nearest medic? Not to worry. A team from Sheffield Hallam University in the UK has developed a versatile portable plastic splint that can protect damaged bones and aid their recovery. The First Aid Splint is designed to be used in isolated conditions whi...

Abu Dhabi to Have Worlds First Zero-carbon City

...nologies. With a maximum distance of 200m to the nearest transport link and amenities, the compact network of streets will encourage walking and will be complemented by a personalised rapid transport system. Shaded walkways and narrow streets will create a pedestrian friendly environment in the context ...

Invasion of Cicada Hordes Feared in US Midwest

...ouple days of each other. They quickly climb the nearest vertical surface to molt and unroll their wings. In some heavily wooded areas, as many as 1.5 million cicadas per acre will crowd onto trees, expert say. "It's one of the greatest insect emergences on Earth," said Daniel Summers, an entomologist at...

Canadian Court Rules Grocery Shops can Sell Cold Medications Containing Pseudoephedrine

... two or two and a half hours in some cases, to the nearest pharmacy," he noted. On their part those involved in curbing drug trafficking pointed out that consequent on tighter controls in the U.S. on the sale and purchase of pseudoephedrine, crime gangs outsourced their supplies from Canada. In the proce...

NASA Gets Ready To Address Tough Questions

...ation were to arise on a voyage to Mars, where the nearest hospital is millions of miles away. Moreover, Mars-bound astronauts will not always be able to rely on instructions from Mission Control, since it would take nearly a half-hour for a question to be asked and an answer to come back via radio. Astron...

Thalassaemic Child's Parents Campaign for Awareness

... months, she suddenly fell ill. We took her to the nearest Arambag Sub-divisional Hospital in Hooghly. There she was referred to the NRS Medical College and Hospital in Kolkata where the doctor told us Soumi is a thalassaemia patient," said Pampa. "The moment we heard that, our world almost came crashing d...

FDA Urgently Warns Consumers About Health Risks of Potentially Contaminated Olives

...associated with consumption of these olives to the nearest FDA district offices. Charlie Brown di Rutigliano & Figli S.r.l, initiated a recall of these olives on March 27, 2007. The recalled olives had been distributed to wholesalers, who have marketed them nationally to restaurants and retail stores. FDA...

Intravenous Delivery of Clot-busting Drug Still Best Intervention for Ischemic Stroke

...coming. Patients should also be transported to the nearest "appropriate" hospital for emergency stroke care even if that means bypassing the closest facility or calling for air evacuation. "Appropriate" facilities are those with the expertise and resources to provide modern emergency stroke care. Regional...

Tuberculosis, A Challenge To The Political Will Of Governments, Says Veteran Crusader

...outrageous. For how many can afford to trek to the nearest clinic that many times a week, who will pay them the transport fare and who will compensate them for the loss of the wages? he wonders. And any interruption in the administration of medicine could be fatal for the efficacy. But such is the way the en...

Robot Nurses Ready For Hospitals 'In Three Years'

...en follow a robot to the correct bedside. If the nearest robot was not sure of a patient's location, it could seek help by communicating with others in the right area. The robots would be fitted with sensors and cameras allowing them to avoid collisions while travelling through wards and corridors. Hig...

Madhya Pradesh Has India's Most Malnourished Kids

...stretchers for five or six kilometres to reach the nearest motorable road. Then they have to wait for hours for a bus to the nearest hospital 15 kilometres away. Experts say hunger causes more than 50 per cent of the deaths of inf...

Rewiring the Heart

...es, his physician ordered him to take a cab to the nearest emergency room. Jeffrey learned he was experiencing Tachycardia and Atrial Fibrillation, an electrical problem in the heart that causes it to beat much too fast and completely out of rhythm, which could cause a stroke. 48 hours later Jeffrey was medi...

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