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Walking Really is the Best Way to Keep Healthy

...part is that you don't need to shelve out a pretty penny to get into shape with this form of exercise. "Walking doesn't cost you anything, you can do it barefoot and you can do it now, this minute," he says. "Sitting is bad for cholesterol, it's bad for your back and muscles. It's such a terrible thing...

Paris Set for Pedal Power Revolution

...ded. The scheme will not cost French taxpayers a penny thanks to a deal between city hall and urban advertising giant JC Decaux, which is picking up the bill in exchange for exclusive rights to 1,600 hoardings across the city. It will even generate funds for the city, with a slice of ad revenue paid ba...

Pakistani Doctors Behind Bars for Illegal Kidney Removals

... organs but most of them had not received a single penny after the kidney removal,' Cheema said. The case is complicated by the absence of laws regulating the sale of human organs in Pakistan. But police are able to prosecute because some patients had not given their consent to surgery and were lured w...

Novel Metal Detector To Measure Zinc Level In Humans

... Just two to three grams of zinc (the weight of a penny coin) exist in the entire human body. It is a key building block in enzymes and other substances involved in the functioning of the nervous system, immune responses and the reproductive system. In the past, scientists could only measure the relativ...

Stage Set For Final Hearing On India’s Biggest Ever Medical Compensation Clai

...ven in writing that I would not take back a single penny to the US. The entire compensation money would be donated for healthcare in India," he said. "Because of repeated judicial bottlenecks, I am forced to bear heavy expenses on my travels between India and US," said Saha. "Only about three months ...

Novel Technique For Identification And Treatment Of Neurodegenerative Diseases

... city of Tampa, and telling you whether there is a penny there or not. And then once we zoom in, we can tell you what kind of penny it is,' remarked Dr. Davidson, one of the senior researchers. Diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkin...

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