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Clinton's new problem - Is the outgoing American president suffering from skin cancer?

The outgoing U.S. president Bill Clinton will be remembered as one of the most controversial presidents ever. He created history by becoming the first American president in history to be impeached by the House of Representatives. Only because he managed to win at...

Fear Factor Found To Be Crucial In Shaping An Individual’s Personalit

...measures of extraversion regarded as an energetic, outgoing personality. The study is the first of it’s kind to have established a definitive link between brain activity and structure, fear extinction and personality traits. Since earlier research has associated levels of extraversion and neuroticism – over...

Foster: Make Way to the New Hospital Reforms

... order to be safe and stable.// Andrew Foster, the outgoing workforce director for the Department of Health, said that various ingrained practices have to undergo a change. This would enable new independent sector to offer patients greater choice and allowing more hospitals to move to free-standing foundation...

Drug Trial Proves Nightmare for British Indian Student

... but is now said to be a pale shadow of his former outgoing self. He is reported to be taking antidepressants and medication to stop his skin itching. London-based Modi also has problems with his bowels and kidneys and his eyes feel permanently dry. He needs to apply eye drops regularly. Reports say that he...

President Launches Madras University's 150th Year Celebrations

...Barnala, who is also chancellor of the university, outgoing vice-chancellor S.P. Thyagarajan and S. Ramachandran, the next vice-chancellor. Source-IANS...

Holiday Baking Frenzy May Mask Eating Disorder in College Kids

...onality completely,' Dr. Fassihi said. 'A normally outgoing person becomes shy and withdrawn and may avoid social events or eating with family or friends.' If you suspect an eating disorder, talk to your child about your concerns and encourage him or her to see an eating disorder specialist to be evaluated ...

IMA Oppose Introduction of Polio Injections

...tead of drops for polio pulse immunisation," IMA's outgoing national president Sanjeev Malik told IANS here. Malik was here to attend the first IMA national conference that began Wednesday and to hand over charge to Ajay Kumar. According to Malik, the government's proposal is based on the feedback that a ...

US Court Asked to Decide Whether Childhood Vaccines can Cause Autism

...ine court" that the vaccines can cause healthy and outgoing children to withdraw into uncommunicative, autistic shells, even though much evidence and expert opinion has found no link. The court has never heard a case of such magnitude. The shift from laboratory to courtroom means the outcome will hinge not ...

Cherie Blair's Boss Accuses Tony Blair for Proposed Smoking Ban

A British millionaire who has reportedly hired outgoing Prime Minister Tony Blair's wife, Cherie, to fight the New Labour Government's ban on smoking , described Tony Blair as an 'a***hole' on peak-time radio on Sunday. Sixty-three-year-old Dave West, a lapdance boss, resorted to the use of unparliament...

Vets To Team Up With Human Health Specialists

... and chronic diseases. According to Roger Mahr, outgoing president of the veterinary association, a task force will map strategy, but one step would be for veterinary, medical and public health schools to share faculty and work together on research projects. Says new president Gregory Hammer:"We're rea...

Bashful Men 50% More Likely to Die of Heart Attack or Stroke

...nd unfamiliar situations more stressful than their outgoing counterparts. Their conclusion, as a spokesman for medical publishers Elsevier, which backed the study, put it, is for men to enjoy life if they want to live longer. "These figures suggest it may be in your best interest to get out to the pub, g...

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