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Same-sex Marriage: Shahzina Tariq Vows to Live With groom

...tay with Shumail anywhere. Referring to the case registered with the Jhang Bazaar police station on the request of her father Tariq Husain, she said Khalid Bhatti and others nominated in the case had nothing to do with the matter. They had been implicated in the case only for grudge, she added. Justice Khwa...

Chinese Mayor Urges Residents to Stop Buying Cars

...s more than one million cars, with 90,000 new cars registered already this year, the English-language China Daily reported. "Stop buying cars," Xu Zongheng, the city's mayor was quoted as saying, adding that people were buying vehicles "too quickly." "Problems arising from the city's traffic are mounting. I...

New Heart Disease Risk Score Will Help Minimise Health Inequalities

...he progress of 1.28 million healthy men and women, registered at 318 general practices over a period of 12 years to April 2007, recording first diagnosis of cardiovascular disease. All the participants were aged between 35 and 74 at the start of the study. They found that the QRISK score was more accurate tha...

An Accurate Score to Measure Heart Risk

...he progress of 1.28 million healthy men and women, registered at 318 general practices over a period of 12 years up to April 2007, recording first diagnosis of cardiovascular disease. All the participants were aged between 35 and 74 at the start of the study.They found that the QRISK score was more accurate tha...

Botox Offers Via Mail Order Enrages Plastic Surgeons

...linics are either a qualified doctor, surgeon or a registered general nurse. The partnership with Grattan is an effective means of widening the non-surgical market."...

Olive-pomace Oil Compound Inhibits HIV Spread

... and by HIV. The University of Granada has already registered almost ten other patents related to this compound's properties. Maslinic acid is also a very active compound in opportunistic parasitic infections seriously affecting HIV patients. Prof. Andres Garcia-Granados' team intends to continue working in...

Study Confirms No HRT Benefit for Older Women

.... The WISDOM team identified 5,692 healthy women registered at general practices in the UK, Australia and New Zealand with an average age of 63 years and 15 years after the menopause. The women who had not had a hysterectomy were split at random into two groups. One was given a daily dose of combined hormo...

Gender Equality, the Key Factor to Curb Foeticide: Dr. Ramadoss

...s using Ultrasound equipment should get themselves registered with the local Appropriate Authorities, failing which they may be sealed and seized. The Minister added that Government of India is taking keen interest to improve the primary health care services in the country. The recently launched National Rura...

Three Doctors Charged So Far in the UK Bombing Case

...e against Haneef centres around a mobile SIM card, registered in his name, but used by two of the alleged terror suspects, Kafeel and Sabeel Ahmed, over the past year. Commonwealth Prosecutor Clive Porritt argued Haneef had been "reckless" in giving the SIM card to the two men - his second cousins - but defen...

Kashmir Battles Alarming Increase in Suicides

...l number of suicides was far more than the numbers registered in the police records, a senior police officer said: "Because of the religious and social stigma attached with attempted suicides, it is quite possible that families avoid registering FIRs. The majority of 736 cases recorded with us are those wher...

Bird Flu Antibodies Found in Migrant Birds in Siberia

...n an open form. He said no bird flu cases had been registered this year. "About six million poultry are currently in high risk areas. Nearly 4.6 million of them have been vaccinated and over 2.3 million revaccinated," he said....

Millions of Births Still Go Unreported in India

...gistered . Two out of every five children are not registered and therefore do not exist for government planning purposes, Plan India, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) said. The registration of births and deaths was made compulsory under the Registration of Births & Deaths (RBD) Act, 1969. As a signatory...

Chief Medical Officer Urges Presumption of Organ Donation to End Transplant Shortfall

...le only 20 percent of the population are currently registered as donors, up to 70 percent of people say they would be willing to donate if asked. The "opt-out" system has been introduced in several other European countries including Spain, Austria and Sweden to varied degrees of success. Spain has a "soft o...

Clinton to Launch 70m Dollar Hospital Project in Malawi

...es an acute lack of health workers with around 120 registered nurses migrating to Britain and the United States every year in search of better salaries. One nurse serves 50 patients in most hospital wards, and the doctor-patient ratio is 64,000 to one, according to a recent survey by the health ministry. Ma...

AIIMS Fined Rs 5 Lakhs for Negligence

A case of medical negligence has been registered against the premier institute of medicine AIIMS and has been asked to pay a fine of Rs five lakhs by the State Consumer Commission . All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is guilty of wrongly diagnosing a woman as cancer patient and removi...

Obesity, a Risk Factor for Developing Multiple Myeloma

... Nurses Health Study followed the health of female registered nurses since 1976, and the Health Professionals Follow-up Study, based at Harvard School of Public Health, followed males from several health professions since 1986. The studies recorded height, weight and physical activity for each person enrolle...

Police Raids Hospitals and Labs in Orissa

...alth officials and social activists yesterday, and registered cases of female infanticide. They also sealed several unregistered pathological clinics and private hospitals in Nayagarh district. "Investigation is going on regarding the case. The identity of sweepers and attendants who are engaged in disposal w...

Chennai Hospital Conducts Bone Marrow Transplantation Successfully

...acher, it was a tense wait even after the hospital registered with the US-based National Marrow Donor Programme (NMDP) in January, found a donor in April and did the transfusion soon afterwards. The Kafeeros had already lost Howard's sibling to the disease, 12 years ago. "Doctors, whom I trusted, did treat my...

Orissa CM Orders Probe into Female Foeticides

...100 km from here, by local residents. Police has registered a case in this connection, but no arrest has been made so far. A group of social activists had visited the area early this week and had demanded a high-level probe into the incident. They alleged that many unregistered private nursing homes and c...

Singapore Imposes Stricter Controls for Foreign-trained Doctors

...ity-state. As of last January, Singapore had 7,611 registered doctors including 2,286 trained in foreign institutions. About 400 are either from unrecognised medical schools or on training stints. "The intention is to bring in doctors from top-ranked schools to serve" in Singapore, The Straits Times quoted ...

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