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Dog Fighting in the US: Bloody, Illegal and Booming

...d provided animals for dog fights since 2001. As part of the dog fights allegedly staged by Vick and his associates, losing dogs were sometimes drowned, hung, shot or electrocuted, according to the US Justice Department indictment. Some 66 dogs, including 55 pitbulls, were founds on Vick's property in...

Manic Depression Linked With Shrinking Brain

...drew McIntosh at the University of Edinburgh. As part of the study, researchers examined the grey matter in the brain of people with bipolar disorder. The study found that the loss of grey matter tissue was concentrated in areas of the brain which control memory, face recognition and co-ordination, na...

Mens Sexual Prowess Not Affected by Prostate Cancer Drug

...e effects diminish over the course of time. As a part of their study, the researchers surveyed more than 17,000 men 55 and older for seven years, and found that though men given finasteride reported on average more dysfunction than did men given a placebo, the small effect diminished over the seven year...

Tuberculosis Drug Increases OCD Therapy Progress

... peoples ability to put out the various cues. As part of the research, investigators separated the people with OCD into two groups. One group received the drug and another that received a placebo several hours before psychotherapy. Researchers found progress in therapy was quicker in those who took t...

Police Raids Hospitals and Labs in Orissa

...al activists, meanwhile, charged negligence on the part of the state administration, and said police delayed registering a case against the suspects. Local residents said that three infants were found dumped a month ago at the same spot but the police took no action. "We observed there in Nayagarh t...

Zambia to Get Anti-AIDS Drug Boost from Global Fund

...losis drugs with Zambian officials. Although not part of the United Nations, the organization is backed by the World Health Organization....

Good Times Over For Ivory Coasts Ill

...ernments need to keep health costs to a minimum in part by increasing the percentage of their budgets for health services. Vavasseur argues that when hospitals become dependent on patients' fees they fail to seek other financing mechanisms. "In many countries people stick to this way of thinking that p...

Shakira Set for Kids' Charity Gigs

... Panama's Teatro Nacional earlier this month. As part of the campaign the singer will perform at four concerts in Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro and New York this year. The charity organisations' step is a joint venture with The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). The singer insisted...

Indian Government Asks the Supreme Court to Keep Off Environmental Issues

... are being heard for the last nine years and are a part of what is termed as "continuing mandamus", whereby the Courts, rather than passing final judgments, keeps on passing orders and directions with a view to monitor the functioning of the executive.They have led to fundamental changes in the pattern of...

Simple Chemical Reaction may Help Early Disease Diagnosis

...ty and Indiana University School of Medicine. As part of the study, researchers used a method of analysis, called metabolomics, which involves the simultaneous analysis of multiple small molecules, or metabolites, which occur in fluids and tissues in the body. The presence of a particular metabolite,...

Sleep in Mary, Queen of Scots Bed for 7,500 Pounds a Night!

...ence the country-house lifestyle, are an important part of a business tourism market, which is now worth 911 million pounds a year....

Math Model Helps Identify Genes That Attack Hepatitis C Virus

...irus to which every patient does not respond. As part of the study, researchers conducted clinical trials which included 400 patients and combined the clinical study with the mathematical model and identified 37 out of 22,000 genes which are key for patient response to interferon treatment. "When we k...

Steroids may Reduce Chances of Asthma Relapse

...ncluding Professor Brian Rowe and Carol Spooner as part of the Cochrane Systematic Review. As part of the study, researchers analysed data in six trials that together involved 374 people. The study...

Russian Government Allocate Funds for HIV Vaccine Project

...our leading Russian research institutes would take part in the three-year project, including the Vector State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology in Novosibirsk, and the Institute of Immunology in Moscow. Russia plans to double the number of infected people receiving antiretroviral therapy and...

Sienna Sizzles in Wet T-shirt to Spread Global Warming Awareness

...ndia recently for a week-long promotional visit as part of her ambassador duties, gave the eye-catching shot for Global Cool, a climate change awareness organisation. The Factory Girl actress insisted that if everyone does something to attract attention for global warming, it would prevent us from the e...

Indian, Iraqi Medics may Face Terror Stigma Overseas

...to discriminate against overseas doctors who are a part of the United Kingdoms National Health Service (NHS). According to a report in the BBC, a major investigation has been under way in the United Kingdom since the two failed explosions. The suspects are doctors or medical students, among them peop...

Hip and Knee Replacements Becoming More Patient-friendly

... who work with all joint-replacement patients as a part of post -operative recovery. The centre also claims that infection rate will be minimal there and that surgeons would wear specially designed suits (resembling space-suits) while operating. "Joint replacement basically means replacing painful, ar...

Experts Identify Vaccine Target for HIV

...n 30,000 patients who had blood samples taken as a part of nine studies in Europe and Australia. They arrived at 486 patients who had had multiple blood tests documenting viral loads after infection and before they started receiving antiretroviral treatment. The three polymorphisms were identified after...

Now You can Marry in a Mughal Ambience, If You Wish to

...rtment feels. It has made known plans to open up a part of the magical Yadavindra Gardens at Pinjore, 20 k...ire garden will never be given out for weddings, a part of it may be let out for the purpose. "This is a very good idea. But the area being given on hire ...

Kids Ability to Describe Past Event Develops With Time

... Development and the University of Cambridge. As part of the study, researchers analyzed forensic interviews of 250, 4 to 10-year-old kids who were alleged victims of sexual abuse, focusing on the kinds of references to time they made when describing these real-life events. Researchers found that the...

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