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Enticing Doctors to Rural Community an Uphill Task

...wns are just few among many, which are feeling the pinch of too less a doctor. 'We want to get people to come and have a look, and we're prepared to bring people up at our cost to showcase the area,' says Border Medical Association chairman Dr Scott Giltrap.'We need to be proactive before there's a bigger...

Force-feeding a Scourge Among Mauritanian Nomads

...rink and drink, and when they can't eat anymore we pinch them and sometimes they vomit,' Braika, a mother said. 'When they vomit on purpose, we make them eat the vomit to teach them not to do it again.' She did not feel guilty about force-feeding her daughter. Only when fattened up, daughters could hav...

Massive Recall of Magnetic Toys in US

...agnets become trapped in the body and can twist or pinch the intestine, causing holes, blockage and infection in the intestine or blood poisoning. All of which can lead to death. The CPSC says it is working with manufacturers, the toy industry and other stakeholders to protect children from the dangers o...

French and wine: inseparable and just perfect?

...he wine world has been taken the world over with a pinch of salt. The tiff rose over a report for the French Health Ministry stating that synonymous to warning labels over cigarette packets, wine should also carry them. This was based on a report that indicates 23,000 deaths in France each year are caus...

Care with a touch!

...y's positive results however, must be taken with a pinch of salt, as there were other aspects, like high patient withdrawal(27 dropouts from the initial target of 88) and unhappiness of patients in being assigned to a particular group, that do not completely warrant the outcomes. However, researchers belie...

Relief from common back pain

...he goal is to decrease disk pressure so it doesn’t pinch the nerve and so the pain is taken away.Lower back pain is one of the most common ailments affectig adults; as many as four out of five Americans experience significant back problems during their lives. Back pain is the second most common reason for ...

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