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Prince Charles lends support to Alternative Medicine

...Foundation for Integrated Medicine, founded by the prince in 1996. Most of these studies into alternative medicine suffer from paucity of funds and this appeal by the Prince has given added impetus to the research. "It is critical that government funding is made available for this initiative," Michael Fox,...

When A Prince Chose To Help Indian Couple

...unds when they got the news that Abu Dhabi's crown prince had come forward to pay for the surgery to separat...heir conjoined twins.// 'It is a miracle a crown prince sitting thousands of miles away has offered to help us,' Khatoon, the mother of twins Farah and Sara...

Prince Harry Launches AIDS Charity In Memory Of Princess Diana

...tebale", meaning "Forget me not". The 21-year-old prince told the BBC that he wanted to help the stricken children of Lesotho and believed that his mother would be "very happy" at his initiative. The name he has given the charity is a poignant tribute to Princess Diana, killed in a car crash in Paris nea...

Nepal to Introduce Art of Living for Golfers

..., reportedly for better security. With the crown prince seen frequenting the links with his bodyguards, the question everyone is bound to ask is: will he too enrol for the camp? Source-IANS...

Gene Responsible for Ageing Process Discovered – and Calorie Restriction Could Hel

In Mahabharat, the famous Indian epic, a prince donates his youth to his father so that he could continue to pursue his passions//. Another kind of help is at hand now. For scientists say they have discovered a gene that plays a central role in the ageing process. And by manipulating that gene p...

Young Indians Say Cheers to White Spirits

...C, the recipe was passed down for generations. The prince was the last surviving descendant. "The vodka is still made from pure grain. It is triple distilled and charcoal filtered for retaining its purity. As a neutral spirit, its clean taste leaves no after-taste but a pleasant sensation," Kapur pointed ...

Gene Responsible for Ageing Process Discovered and Calorie Restriction Could Help

In Mahabharat, the famous Indian epic, a prince donates his youth to his father so that he could continue to pursue his passions . Another kind of help is at hand now. For scientists say they have discovered a gene that plays a central role in the ageing process. And by manipulating that gene pe...

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