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Red Ribbons, Curls and Retro Hairstyles Popular on Valentine's Day

...entine's Day, say// hairstyle gurus. Hair salons registered up to 75 percent increase in clientele during the ...r," said Shahnaz Hussain. Last week, Dar's salon registered approximately 50 percent rise in clientele - out of which the ratio of females is only slightly high...

Indian Doctors Return Home from Britain, More on the Way

...erseas doctor needs to pass this test before being registered for possible employment. Earlier this test used to be held twice or thrice a year. Now it is held twice or thrice a week. The success rate is also higher with the result that there are now more doctors who have cleared the test. According to offici...

Five Die of Food Poisoning in Chhattisgarh

... birth of a baby February 11. Police have formally registered a case and begun investigations into the cause of death. "There was some traditional food offered to select women guests. As per preliminary investigations, we do not see any conspiracy angle," Korram added. Source-IANS...

WHO Passes Rotavirus Vaccine

...d Latin America are the countries where Rotarix is registered first. Rotarix approval by WHO enables the availability of this vaccine in almost ninety nations across the world. Twenty percent of this vaccine market is held by Europe. JYT...

Still Births: Three Times Higher Risk for Older Moms–to–e

...ata from the US Centers for Disease Control, which registered the deaths of the babies. In addition, Bahtiyar recommends that the fetuses of older women be monitored from 38 weeks onwards, with checks including listening to the baby's heart-beat and testing the amniotic fluid to pick up any signs of distres...

Madhya Pradesh Gets Tough on Sex Determination Tests

...ed by people// who want sons - can now be directly registered in courts. According to official sources, violat...aphy centres for sex determination tests should be registered straight in court so that erring institutions can be punished at the earliest," said an official her...

Dengue Alert Issued in South America

... been infected this year - more than all the cases registered in 2006. In Paraguay there have been more than 3,000 cases and four people have already died. In Bolivia, a young nurse died last week. The authorities have called on the population to take more preventive measures to avoid infection. In the ...

Students Sick after consuming Chicken Dish

...ogram. Incidentally a case of food poisoning was registered only after school authorities got concerned when an unusual number of parents phoned in to tell their child was taking leave from school. School authorities immediately notified the Northern Health authorities and samples of the meal were sent for ...

Crackdown on Alternate Health Practitioners

...completely qualified medical practitioners who are registered with the General Medical Council have strict rules and guidelines regarding their relationship with their patients. Now health ministry is planning to revamp these rules brining about a slight flexibility. Similar rule may be extended to the altern...

Today’s Teens Slacking on Fruit, Veggie Intak

...uture chronic disease,” said lead investigator and registered dietitian Nicole Larson, M.P.H. “So it’s important to know whether intakes of teens are approaching national objectives for fruit and vegetable consumption.” Larson and colleagues from the University of Minnesota undertook the study to examine whet...

Legionnaires' Outbreak Linked to RAC

...n small amounts. A cooling unit at Customs House registered a reading of 200 colony-forming units per millilitre, a category considered by the Department of Health to be of low risk to public health. Outbreaks are usually associated with readings above 1,000. SRI...

Dye-Contaminated Fish From Guangdong

... and Food Bureau of Hong Kong had issued a list of registered freshwater fish farms authorized for supplying fish. However, ongoing public concerns have affected sales. While low levels of malachite green are not considered harmful to human health, Hong Kong consumers, who consider food safety as a high-prof...

Experts Warn Against Raw Milk Following Rift Valley Fever Outbreak in Kenya

...cts in the country. A death toll of 75 has been registered in four districts – Garissa, Ijara, Tana River and Wajir, while another five deaths have been reported in the coastal Kilifi district, bringing the accounted toll to 75, Omar Ahmed, the medical services chief in the Kenya's worst-hit north-eastern Pr...

Stock of Adrenaline Runs Out, in New Zealand Hospitals

...ive drug imported from the United States, is not a registered drug in New Zealand, which may pose a problem during emergency situations. Blaming the government for not having enough fall-back options, for life-saving supplies and services, Medical Association Chairman Ross Boswell said, "We should have a con...

Proactive Measures for Diabetes at Edmonton

...egimen combined with proper diet. People who are registered with this programme would be educated on diabetes management. These patients would be constantly monitored and kept a tab by their family physicians. If there are no such family doctors, then public health services would take the role of the family d...

Mosquito-borne Dengue Disease on the Rise in Five Malaysian States

Kuala Lumpur: Five Malaysian states have registered a leap in the number of dengue fever cases in the ... Wednesday. The north-eastern state of Kelantan registered the highest jump, from 18 cases in the last week of December to 32 cases in the first week of Januar...

In Search of Truth - 'Lie Detector

...ct are translated into electrical signals that are registered on a graph. This is then compared to the standardized readings of normal responses. A signifant change is indicative of the examined person being deceptive. However, any conclusion that may be drawn from the readings of the polygraph rests with the i...

Health Claim from FDA Promotes Dairy Products to Fight Osteoporosis Risk

...the risk of osteoporosis. Ann Marie Krautheim, a registered dietitian and senior vice president of nutrition and health promotion at the National Dairy Council says, "The proposed claim provides a clearer way to communicate the benefits of calcium and vitamin D in bone health,". "We hope the simplified langua...

NYC Trains Delayed Due to Fainting Dieters

...hich consists of emergency medical technicians and registered nurses. "Not eating for three or four days, you are going to go down and if you don't eat for 12 hours, you are going to get weak." – He added. The newspaper Metro had earlier reported in its 2005 – article, reported the notion that fainting die...

Parkinson's Drugs Could Increase Heart Disease Risk

...nts prescribed anti-Parkinson's drugs from Britain registered in a nationwide database. The studies compared treatment histories among Parkinson's disease patients who did and did not develop heart valve disease. The rate of heart valve disease was seven times higher among pergolide-treated patients and five ...

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