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Now art comes as a remedy and aid to GPs.

...ng by the Scottish Arts Council. It is one of 27 projects across Scotland awarded a total of £750,000 to support the council's Partners artists-in-residence programme. This resident artist works on the inner self of the patients. She aims at creating a better sense of well-being among the 20 patients wit...

Quota System: Diverting Attention From The Real Problem

...oalition of America who is involved in several NGO projects in India. He can be reached at bhamysuman@hotmail.com) Source:IANS...

Pakistan and UN Agree On New Quake Recovery Plan

...elieved that the rehabilitation and reconstruction projects would take nearly about three years to complete. Hence a new rehabilitation plan with an estimated cost of $188 million has been devised. Several aspects related to primary education, restoration of public health, provision of clean drinking water,...

Smuggling could also be a carrier to bird flu spread.

...the words of Timothy E. Moore, director of federal projects at the National Agricultural Biosecurity Center at Kansas State University, "No one knows the real numbers, but they are large. Behind illegal drug traffic, illegal animals are No. 2.” Poultry from bird-flu-infected countries has been banned in Euro...

Indian Designers show lot of Talent

.... "I certainly will consider maybe doing special projects in future with FDCI (Fashion Design Council of India that has organised the fashion week). Something that would be suitable for Dubai and would be of a standard and quality that Saks Fifth Avenue would accept," Arjomand told IANS in an interview. "...

Rice University wins Prestigious Grants from HHMI

...t the sophomores an opportunity for more extensive projects of faculty research labs. Professor West’s program "Educating Interdisciplinary Scientists for Bionanotechnology: A Bottom-up Approach," would include four components: 1. A high school summer academy, which would add a research component to the e...

Supercomputers To Assist In Thwarting Bird Flu Epidemic In Future

...ance clusters in use at this time for a variety of projects across the full range of Laboratory mission areas. --EurekAlert...

WHO: Lives At Risk In Sudan As Diseases Soar, Call for Funding

...ns agency, unless funds flood in for the 20 health projects that have been planned. 'Over the last six months, Sudan has experienced major outbreaks of epidemic diseases such as acute watery diarrhoea and cholera, dengue, yellow fever, monkey pox and meningitis, placing additional strains on already stretch...

Lack of Funds in Sudan-Pathway to Epidemic Outbreaks

...diately. WHO said that it has developed 20 health projects for the enhancement of health of the population of Sudan. But all this would be possible only if WHO and its partners are financially supported. This would help in the reduction of suffering and save lives in Sudan. The UN health agency quoted that c...

NGO Files Pre-Grant Opposition Against Anti-HIV Drug, Combivir

...ed dose combination of the drug is used in several projects targeted at provision of cheap and effective AIDS/HIV treatment to those who cannot afford the same. In India, more than 5.1 million people are afflicted with AIDS/HIV and a majority of these are solely dependent on the generic drugs provided by th...

HIV Patients Opposes Patenting Of AIDS Drug

...treat patients.' Combivir is used extensively in projects run by international aid organisations such as Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF). Almost all the Combivir used by MSF is generic. India, Burkina Faso, Mongolia, Central African Republic, Malawi, Peru, Kyrgyzstan, Cambodia, Ukraine and Swaziland are o...

First Gene Therapy Human Trial For Muscular Dystrophy In Progress

...better for muscle." Xiao and Samulski put their projects together and formed Asklepios BioPharmaceutical Inc. (AskBio) in 2003. Along with the rights granted by UNC to Samulski's vector technology, AskBio acquired the intellectual property rights to Xiao's uniquely miniaturized dystrophin gene. In July ...

Revolutionary Pill Cuts Risk of Breast Cancer

...eden, Chile and the US have also worked on similar projects with the same compounds. However experts warn that pro-life groups and the US Bush administration were hampering progress on the development of the new Pill as the new compound was developed on the basis of the RU486 abortion pill. Pharmaceutical...

OpenMED Nominated For Stockholm Challenge 2006 Award

...ll parts of the world". Over the years, some 3,000 projects have been submitted for this award. Finalists are still being announced and there is still a long way to go for a win. But the finalist status for the Indian project marks recognition of it being innovative in some way. To self-archive their scie...

East London Receives World Class New Private Hospital Facility

...ment has to review the scrutiny of private finance projects to avoid a repeat of this damaging uncertainty and delay for further projects. <br...

Substance Abuse Prevention Messages Better Received Among Teenagers in the Form of Media Campaigns and Curriculum

...were surprised and are continuing similar research projects to see if the effects can be replicated and improved....

Virtual Reality Simulation Could Help In Training Surgeons

...Berkeley before joining Case and had taken part in projects that developed sophisticated laparoscopic and endoscopic tools in the Robotics and Intelligent Machine Lab. "Laparoscopy requires a different skill set than open surgery," Cavusoglu said. "Surgeons typically view patients from the outside in. When a ...

Annual Budget 2006: Health And Education Sector Receive A Boost

...has also been planned to construct five mega-power projects for which contracts would signed by December. From the time of Independence, we have indeed come a long way in increasing life expectancy, reducing of infant mortality rate by as much as 50%, the provision of essential immunization to nearly 42% of...

Ramdev Signs MOU With Jharkhand Govt To Set Up Ayurveda Hospital

...ly contained human bones and body parts. The two projects in Jharkhand will be implemented by Ramdev's Peetanjali Yoga Peeth. He said the hospital's foundation stone will be laid Feb 25. The Haridawar-based Peetanjali Yoga Peeth was represented at the signing ceremony by its managing director Bal Krishna....

NIH To Launch Two Major Gene and Disease Projects Soon

...would form the main focus of the study. One of the projects would revolve around the significance of genetic variation in increasing or decreasing susceptibility to diseases while the other would concentrate on parameters such as diet, pollution, behavior and type of work in the incidence of diseases. Both ...

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