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Young Indians Say Cheers to White Spirits

... but a pleasant sensation," Kapur pointed out at a preview of the product. Among white spirits, the vodka category has been outperforming the others in terms of market growth, which stood at 2.8 million cases with a CAGR (cumulative average growth rate) of 47 percent during 2002-06. "Thanks to a booming ...

Biocon Unveils Renal Therapies for Kidney Disorders

...," Bicon chairperson Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw said at a preview of the product. Prior to the launch, the company has undertaken extensive trials as per the statutory guidelines to demonstrate the safety and efficacy profile of its products. About 300 kidney patients who were administered the drugs responded wel...

Hypertension, Prehypertension in Youngsters Linked With Heart Enlargement

...dian populations are not unique, and may provide a preview of what other populations may experience as overweight and obesity rates increase," he said. Researchers analyzed the association of prehypertension and early-onset hypertension with clinical characteristics and changes in heart structure and funct...

Zinc – A New Key Player In Brain Circuitr

...y circuitry in the central nervous system. In a preview of the paper in the same issue of Neuron, Alan R. Kay, Jacques Neyton, and Pierre Paoletti wrote "Undoubtedly this work is important, since it directly demonstrates that zinc acts as an endogenous modulator of synaptic transmission." They wrote that ...

Easing Kids into the Basics of Back to School

...ool with the child. It would also be helpful to preview the day and especially walk younger kids mentally through their day, from arrival to lunch to after-school routines. Brown advised that as school gets into full swing the family should spend at least 20 minutes together sitting down and talking, p...

HIV/AIDS Policy Needed at Workplace: Experts

...rom USAID AND Centre for Disease Control (CDC). A preview of the film, 'HIV/AIDS is serious business', that showcases many workplace programmes being carried out in Maharashtra was also screened during the day-long workshop. Source:PTI News...

The Brain behind Facial Recognition

...ssarily relies on face-specific processes." In a preview of the paper in the same issue of Neuron, Tzvi Ganel wrote that Riesenhuber and colleagues "provide a compelling array of evidence supporting the idea that the processing of faces and objects do not rely on qualitatively different mechanisms. In a se...

TI Cycles Introduces Foldman

... TI Cycles Brand Manager Sandeep Sridhar said at a preview of the folding bikes. Priced at Rs.7,999 and Rs.8,999, the two models are targeted at the young and the old for recreational activity and weekend expeditions. As an ideal exercise for legs, cycling scores over walking, jogging or running in burning ...

Programs for development of health in poor countries not effective

... of health policies in Africa and South-East Asia, preview a two-day Paris summit next week (14-15 November 2005) to look at why the Millennium Development Goals have not been met. Both Africa and South-East Asia have such a huge degree of need, and so many underused interventions, that it is difficult to ...

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