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UK Uneasy Over Involvement of Doctors in Terror Attacks, but Not Panicking Over Non European Medics

...is stage why theyre doctors, other than that its a perfect cover, a police official said, on condition of anonymity. It seems at odds with their profession, which is to look after people. Abhay Chopada, a colorectal surgeon who emigrated from India in 1994, said that the suspects should be thought of not a...

Sporty Spice Fears That She Might Never Get Pregnant

...antly. I wasnt eating properly. I wanted to get as perfect as I could, knowing perfection is impossible and that got me very sick, she added. The singer, who is a healthy size ten now, said that nowadays the pressure of being thin is even more, and that the stress affects teenagers. Its a hundred times w...

Inaccuracies in Cardiac PET-CT Scanning

.... When done properly, PET-CT produces absolutely perfect images of blood flow in the heart muscle, he said. Its the best way to assess and direct management of heart disease. Unfortunately, according to Gould, the redesigned software is not generally commercially available at this time. Gould also says, ...

FDA Approve S Robotic Device to Help Stroke Patients

... they can do the same thing two million times with perfect consistency, said Dr. Steven C. Cramer, a neurologist at the University of California. His team uses computer games to make the practice less tedious. In one application, as patients grasp and release their hands, an image shows a hand squeezing le...

Parental Match-making Blossoms in a Beijing Park

...-- Parents come in secret to find their children a perfect match -- One weary father has been coming to the park for seven months searching for a match for his 35-year-old daughter. "My daughter has a very good education, she has a doctorate but now she has graduated it is hard to find the right boy at t...

More Cancer Testing Urged in Australian TV Studios

...er, we worked in a very confined place, we are the perfect place to start if you're a medical researcher. Where are they? Why aren't they looking at our case?" she demanded to know. Angela Eckersleys husband and former ABC reporter and presenter, Ian Eckersley, also felt more had to be done. "If people l...

Protein Structure of Pathogens Associated With CF and TB Solved

...ways that the activity can be blocked. "This is a perfect example of the work my lab enjoys doing. We determine structures and functions of important proteins and provide insights into ways that these proteins can be modulated to improve human health. My lab, like several others at HWI, is most interested i...

Lost And Found -Tooth In A Sportsman's Head

...to clear up. It got better, but didn't get back to perfect my eye was always hanging over and it was always sore, the rugby player added. The 24-year-old was forced to cope with shooting pain, headaches and fatigue prompting him to consider quitting the game he loves."Every time I got a whack, even at tra...

Strange Marks on Poshs Legs Look Horrifying

...pictures emerged showing her pins looking far from perfect . The usually faultless Posh was snapped with strange marks both above and below her knee, making her legs look horrifying. The Spice Girl was photographed while going for a shoot in harsh sunlight in Beverly Hills. Shes obviously lost weight. ...

Flower-power on a Plate in Paris

...ie gras. Hibiscus brings "a tomato-like freshness" perfect to accompany mullet. But taste and aroma aside, cooking with flowers can be a problem. "Flowers are even more fragile than herbs," said Rouquette, who brings his supplies in on a daily basis from the southwest French Basque region bordering Spain. ...

US Dentists Help Victims of Domestic Violence Smile Again

...ted, like Susan Kauffman. Not only does she have a perfect set of teeth, but after enduring physical abuse repeatedly in her life, she also has renewed self-esteem. "I had a broken spirit," Kauffman said. "I became very isolated ... and became a recluse." Kauffman, 62, grew up poor. She said she didn't own...

Roshan Announces Launch of Afghanistan's First Telemedicine Project

... is one of our top priorities. Telemedicine is the perfect marriage between the speed, convenience and cost-effectiveness of wireless and broadband technology. This innovative use of technology and telecommunications to enhance healthcare delivery will help underpin our efforts to meet the nation's other dev...

Shahnaz Hussain Takes Ayurveda to London's Harley Street

...mulations have received international acclaim as a perfect practical application of Ayurveda. The treatments use plant ingredients and natural substances, known for their powerful healing and skin rejuvenating properties, the release said. She added: "The curative aspect of Ayurveda cannot be ignored. We h...

The International Diabetes Federation Launches US$ 10 Million Grant to Improve Diabetes Care

...eet the needs of our communities. BRIDGES is the perfect vehicle to do this and I would encourage all health professionals and researchers to join us and to channel their expertise to improving the lives of people living with diabetes." Through BRIDGES, IDF will provide funding for pilot projects and outco...

Computer Power to Give Spice Girls' Weak Voices a Boost!

...ce on stage and electronically comparing it to the perfect vocal sounds that have previously been recorded in the studio. So, when the all-girl band sings out of synch on stage, the computer, to correct the pitch and tone, immediately mends the mistakes in their voices, in less than a tenth of a second. ...

Female Role Helps Travolta Lose Weight

... remake of the iconic musical-turned-movie was the perfect combination to shed the pounds. "You certainly sweat some because there's an added level of weight to carry around," Contactmusic quotes him as saying. "It was very hot inside and I must have lost pounds and pounds," he adds....

First Bacterial Genome Transplantation Changing One Species to Another

... the results of our research, we are continuing to perfect and refine our techniques and methods as we move to the next phases and prepare to develop a fully synthetic chromosome." Genome transplantation is an essential enabling step in the field of synthetic genomics as it is a key mechanism by which chemi...

Gentle, Real, Well-mannered - Kangana's Mr. Right

...Konkona just goes in front of the camera to give a perfect shot. I don't know what Konkona really thought of me. But I'd like to believe she likes me a lot." Though her last film "Shakalaka Boom Boom" didn't work, Kangana is unfazed. "Luckily most of my films have worked for me. And it doesn't matter ...

Quality Improvement Effort Pays Off in Diabetes Care

... standard is $50,000 per one year of extra life in perfect health. The diabetes quality-improvement initiative passed all these standards. Even at twice the price and with the benefits deeply discounted, the value added by the program exceeded commonly accepted standards. "Since diabetes is so common and...

Junk Food Ad Ban What Parents Want

...ity is currently reviewing TV standards this is a perfect opportunity to introduce strict rules forbidding broadcasters from airing junk food ads during childrens viewing times, Dr Yong said....

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