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US Citizens Told To Stockpile For Bird Flu Outbreak

...day. An advisory has been sent out to all 60,000 registered US citizens in the former British colony urging them to prepare the stockpiles ahead of the coming winter flu season. It suggests stockpiling 4.5 litres of water per person per day and to prepare water purification equipment in case of "complete in...

Indian Chicken Back On Bhutanese Platter

...West Bengal. Records show that Phuentsholing alone registered imports of 168,738 kg of chicken and about 2,240 cardboard boxes of eggs in the past year. Source-IANS...

Rajasthan Reduces MMR, Still Lags Behind Country

... delivery. Singh said a twofold increase had been registered in the rate of institutional deliveries. Source-IANS...

Journalist Alok Tomar arrested

...ior India Pvt Ltd, publishers of the magazine, had registered a case against him for transferring the company's money to his account. Without giving further details, the officer said the amount was "in lakhs of rupees". Asked why the anti-terrorism wing of Delhi Police had made the arrest, Kumar simply said...

Private Health Clinics in the Capital on Strike

..."Over 2,600 such health care centres including 640 registered ones are on a daylong strike. Nearly 30,000 doctors are participating in the protest today," Kapoor told IANS. As per the Supreme Court directive, all commercial establishments including those of doctors running in residential areas will be sealed ...

Digital ID Chips Implanted in Dogs to Prevent Rabies

...fficial statistics, Shanghai now has about 100,000 registered dogs and the digital ID system covers most of them...d. Other cities, like Shanghai and Guangzhou, also registered dogs. Source-IANS...

Balanced Diet is Better than Vitamin Pills

...bed a specific dose by a doctor, or a dietician or registered nutritionist, you shouldn't regularly exceed the RDA, the nutritionist warned. There are some people, however, for whom supplements are recommended. For example, women who have heavy periods can benefit from iron supplements, Clarke said, answering...

Madhya Pradesh Tops in Implementing Child Health Scheme

...bed a specific dose by a doctor, or a dietician or registered nutritionist, you shouldn't regularly exceed the RDA, the nutritionist warned. There are some people, however, for whom supplements are recommended. For example, women who have heavy periods can benefit from iron supplements, Clarke said, answering...

Mounting Pressure of Dengue in Delhi Hospitals

...e of the fact that over 600 dengue cases have been registered in the hospital so far with over 80 cases reported in the last three days. In the adjacent GB Pant Hospital, no regular dengue patients are being admitted. “There are some cases of fever in the hospital that are generally confused with dengue. But, n...

Chinese Experts Call for Protection of Traditional Medicines

... ancient times. The State Ministry of Health had registered more than 8,000 different types of traditional med...wledge," said Zhou. "China has fewer than 10,000 registered ethnic medicine experts and 200 such hospitals," said Zhu Guoben, head of China Medicine of Minoriti...

Bhutan Lifts Ban on Poultry from India

...that of the five entry points, Phuentsholing alone registered imports of 168,738 kg of chicken and about 2,240 cardboard boxes of eggs in the past year. The ban had triggered an unprecedented rise and scarcity in the price of locally bred chicken and eggs. In July, the livestock department began negotiating...

Supercentenarian Center to study longevity

...ded to study the "supercentenarians". The team was registered as a non-profit corporation in May, and its first meeting was held in Boston in June. The foundation was then established in Pittsburgh. Platika said, "Having the group here is appropriate since Allegheny County has a large number of elderly resid...

Family Approaches President for Mercy Killing

... has compounded their problems. Vishani's sons are registered with the employment exchange, but there's no work for them. One of her sons, Bhagwandas, 38, and his wife Rakhi tried to set up a shop, but the goods were seized by the municipal corporation in an anti-encroachment drive. Her sons, all of whom ha...

Polio Continues to Haunt Madhya Pradesh

... cases came to light in 2002. However, no case was registered in 2001. "This is a national issue. It needs intense investigation as to why children despite being administered polio drops of WHO standards have been getting the disease," said state Health Minister Ajay Vishnoi. He suspected that the virus ram...

Registrations in NHS Dental Register Falls Short of Expectations

...ish Dental Association in Scotland, said: "Getting registered with a high street dentist is becoming increasingly difficult." The Deputy Health Minister, Lewis Macdonald, was highly appreciative of the work done by the Dentists which has reflected in the appointments going up by 20 per cent. SA...

Improvement Seen in Fetal Survival Following Preeclampsia

...first-born infants with Norwegian-born mothers and registered in the Medical Birth Registry of Norway between 1967 and 2003, including 770,613 pregnancies without preeclampsia and 33,835 pregnancies with preeclampsia. The researchers found that among preeclamptic pregnancies, inductions before 37 weeks (of g...

Bankruptcy forces Hospital staff to Call For County Takeover

Hospital staff including registered nurses and doctors from Doctors Medical Center in San Pablo, on Tuesday, has called on the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors// to take over control of the hospital that followed a unanimous vote from the hospital’s board of directors that requ...

Breeding Mosquitoes Soon to be a Criminal Offence

...uitoes. Shastri stated that police cases would be registered against those people. In addition city schools have been relegated the role of creating awareness about the diseases during their prayer sessions. Civic officials have reported that over 1,300 health workers are now working to inspect residences and...

Shortage of donors at sperm bank clinics

...mbryology Authority (HFEA) about the number of men registered to be donors in the past few years: 325 men in 2000, 328 in 2001, 278 in 2002, 255 in 2003 and 248 in 2004. The data for 2005 will be released later this year. A spokesman for the HFEA said: "There had been a steady downward trend in donors since t...

India to Revive Exporting of Processed Chicken to Bhutan

...that of the five entry points, Phuentsholing alone registered imports of 168,738 kg of chicken and about 2,240 cardboard boxes of eggs in the past year. The ban has triggered an unprecedented rise and scarcity in the price of locally bred chicken and eggs. In July, the livestock department began negotiatin...

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