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You Need Blood? Just Click the Mouse!

...beginning in March 2000, today we have over 45,000 registered donors from across the country. We can get blood donated today to the needy in any part of India in less than 30 minutes," Poacha told IANS. An Indian Railways computer supervisor, Pocha says any healthy person interested in donating blood can regi...

An Exclusive Restaurant to Appease the Culinary Needs of HIV/AIDS Patients

...pport. Now I want to live," Today, with over 600 registered members, Aadhar is trying to make a difference in the lives of around 1,000 HIV/AIDS infected patients in and around the city....

Europe's Last Dancing Bears Sheltered After Years of Abuse

...d had already taken in 22 of Bulgaria's officially registered 25 dancing bears. Misho, Svetla, and Mila were the last three to go and according to Vier Pfoten data, they were also the last of their abused kind in the whole European Union. "I have been waiting for this day for seven years," Khalil cheered. M...

IIT-Kharagpur the Leading Technology College in India: Survey

...etra (Haryana) and IIIT-Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh) registered the highest growth in terms of companies visiting campuses for placements. Over 22 technology schools have shown a shift of more than 10 positions. Private institutes increased their placement performance to 75 percent from 60 percent last year. Th...

Early Arctic Spring Indication of Climate Change

Spring in the Arctic has been registered weeks earlier than a decade ago and is likely linked to climate warming, a team of researchers said . "Despite uncertainties in the magnitude of expected global warming over the next century, one consistent feature of extant and projected changes i...

Sex Offender Honored Twice by Texan Lawmakers

..., twice honored as the "doctor of the day," was a registered sex offender and convicted of an illicit relationship with a 17-year-old. The "doctor of the day" is on call to assist legislators, their staff members and the public with medical needs. Dr. Nilon Tallant, 75, was introduced by lawmakers in 2006 a...

South Asians Seek Bone Marrow for Young Indian American

... drives planned in the next three weeks. They have registered over 5000 people to become donors. "Vinay is my ...Only 1 percent (or 60,000) of the 6 million people registered in the National Marrow Donor Programme are South Asian. A Caucasian has a 1 in 15 chance of finding ...

The Doctor Parents of a 15 Year Old surgeon Arrested

...the Deputy Director of Health Services, the police registered a case against the three members of the family....

Human Trafficking Booming in Eastern Europe, but Governments Dont Seem to Care

...try in Europe. With nearly total unemployment, the registered daily income of 80% of the population is below a dollar per day. This fact can explain why desperate people sell their organs for money and sex trafficking is rampant. According to a UNICEF survey, 90% of Moldovans aged between 18-29 would like to ...

Workers Compelled to Stay in Shape to Avoid Pay Cuts

...it's a good idea," said Mindy Blandford, a Clarian registered nurse. "It will cut down on smoking and help people to do better with lifestyle." But some are not in agreement with the program as they feel it is an intrusion in their personal life. Some experts believe that Clarians approach of charging worker...

High Court Warns Medical Staff Against Misuse of Ambulance

...aid all vehicles fitted with medical equipment and registered with the transport authorities as an ambulance would be used only to carry patients for medical treatment. The court further asked petitioner and counsel Varun Goswami to keep a watch on the implementation of its directives. "If the order is not ...

Over the Counter Drugs can Be Highly Addictive, Warn Doctors

...mol and codeine) and suggest more than 4000 people registered there currently have this problem. There are no official statistics documenting the extent of dependence on legal non-prescription drugs, say the authors. They call for large scale research to assess and monitor the extent of the problem....

Burnt Brits Don't Feel Hot

... cancer. With over 75,000 new cases of skin cancer registered each year and rising, its crucial that people know how to enjoy the sun safely and know when to cover up. Rebecca Russell, Cancer Research UKs SunSmart campaign manager, said: "Sunburn can seriously increase your risk of skin cancer, which is why i...

Talking With Families may Help Prevent Childhood Obesity

Physicians and registered dietitians who are trained in a new communication ...national practice-based research network, and five registered dietitians divided families into three groups: a control group, a minimal intervention and an intens...

Chhattisgarh to Launch Polio Campaign for Laborers Kids

..." the statement added, claiming "the state has not registered even a single complaint of polio cases in the past four years." On Sunday, officials will pick up kids for immunization from fixed centers besides public places like railway stations and bus stands. On the last two days, they will make door-to-door...

Poisoned Workers of Hindustan Lever Demand Treatment

...bsidiary of European MNC Unilever. The factory was registered as a glass manufacturing unit to evade environmental and health safety controls required of a mercury using facility, (a clear indication of the corruption the company resorts to). The factory produced 165 million thermometers between 1984-01 for e...

Wearing Mouth Appliance During Sleep may Help to Reduce Snoring

... grows worse with age. More than 300 devices are registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as cures for snoring. The studys authors are Stephanie Stouder, DDS; Loren Jones, MD; Scott Brietzke, MD, MPH; and Eric A. Mair, MD, FAAP. They are associated with the U.S. Air Forces Wilford Hall Med...

Adolescents Brains Fully Develop Between 10-12 Years

...nition and behaviour in healthy 6- to 18-year-olds registered at Childrens and five other metropolitan areas across the United States. This report and many others that will follow provides a comprehensive set of benchmark values that clinicians and scientists studying brain development can reference for man...

My Space Pressured into Sharing Data on Sex Offenders

...torneys general from eight states demanded data on registered sex offenders, but it has now given in. The law officers wanted information on how many such offenders were using the site and where they live. But the company stalled saying the federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act required the states t...

Vegetarian Diet Could Reduce Risk of Colon Cancer

...addition to general caloric intake, obese subjects registered a higher appetite level after the soups than the lean controls (protein: 8.75 vs. 5.92; fat: 8.08 vs. 5.17). The percentage of normal stomach electrical rhythmi was similar between the lean and obese subjects (73.9% vs. 68.9%) before fatty soup, and ...

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