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Great Lakes Fish in Canada Heavily Polluted

...rning that to safeguard the Great Lakes as a vital resource and international treasure, we must dramatically reduce pollution in the basin, it said. The report was released to kick off Ontario Family Fishing Weekend, which runs from July 6th to July 8th. While fish remains a healthy choice for consumers, ...

Eyeglass Guide Launched That Aids in Choosing the Right Eyewear

...nced the release of its Eyeglass Guide -- a unique resource designed to aid consumers in making educated choic...ert eyecare professionals across the country, this resource provides critical information to lead consumers through the process of selecting glasses that best e...

Stem Cells Research in Parkinsons Disease

...ublication with a global audience. PNAS has been a resource for multidisciplinary research since 1914. Its online edition, where Dr. Sanbergs commentary appears this week, receives nearly 6 million e-visitor hits per month. Content includes research reports, commentaries, reviews, perspectives, colloquium p...

Milk Thistle Extract Effective in Cancer Treatment

...sive edition, the scientific community will have a resource to guide and inspire further research on this very interesting herbal medicine."...

Lobster Shells Have Great Healing and Antiseptic Properties

...h makes this compound a highly important renewable resource that can easily be found in arthropods, insects, arachnids, molluscs, fungus and algae. The fishing industry in Cuba generates great amounts of lobster waste, 'a pollutant rich in proteins and chitin', states Professor Carlos Andrs Peniche Covas, h...

Hair Restoration Procedures Performed Worldwide Increased 34 Percent in 2006

... hair loss and restoration surgery and serves as a resource for the public on the latest medical and surgical hair restoration treatments for hair loss. Conducted by RH Research of Chicago, IL, the ISHRS 2007 Practice Census survey is a compilation of information provided solely by participating physicians....

Being Employed on the Moon can Cause Depression

...hes undergraduate and MBA courses related to human resource management at Rutgers-Camden....

Pulmonary Function Testing in Children

... and bronchial responsiveness testswill serve as a resource for healthcare professionals and facilitate good laboratory practices by providing guidelines on how to perform the various techniques and how to interpret the measurements. Evaluating lung function in this age group is important, not only for clin...

India to Have 30 World-class Universities Across the Country: PM

...ry's oldest universities. The ministry of human resource development, the University Grants Commission (UGC...e curriculum. According to the ministry of human resource development, there are at present 18 central universities, including the Jawaharlal Nehru University...

Physical Activity can Be Increased by a Motivating Mail

...ies of all the materials which they could use as a resource throughout the 12 months, whereas the phone group only received verbal feedback and information. Secondly, it is possible that the print group had to develop more internal or intrinsic motivation as they didnt have the specific social support and c...

Desertification, a Major Threat, Says UN

...of the situation. They are not putting in adequate resource to meet the challenge," said Zafar Adeel, lead author of the analysis and director of the United Nation University's International Network on Water, Environment and Health. "As the problem is getting bigger, the resources allocated are getting smal...

Labor's Preventive Health Care Policy Looks to Address Future Needs

...ut well need to have a closer look at the funding, resource and workforce implications, Dr Capolingua said. Dr Capolingua said special economic reports on the impact of chronic disease on the Australian economy would be helpful in allocating health funding. She said the proposed National Preventative Hea...

Interview With a Surgeon Hidden Hero of the NHS

...n as a brain drain? Could we not see it as a human resource export that is benefiting the world and India? 4. On the same breath, reverse brain drain amongst qualified and experienced medical experts is also taking place. In what way can India make the transition easier for such medical specialists desiro...

Sports Physiotherapy Boosted by New International Qualification

...s people studying from home or work an interactive resource that also allows them to develop networks with the international community of students on the same course. Built around video case studies, discussion forums and virtual clinics, the VLE gives students the opportunity to carry out practical-based s...

Nurturing Our Nurses for Healthcare Par Excellence

...ial to have the right balance between workload and resource allocation, as anything in excess will put a strai... line clearly revolves around management of a good resource and the lifeline of healthcare. We need to emulate worldwide best practices and spread this informat...

Deadly Virus Hits Popular Lake in US

...bout 25. Its 15 for a male. Theyre not a renewable resource like deer or geese. They may go down in population, but theyll make a comeback. If we over-harvest the sturgeon, or lose them to a disease of some sort, it could take 100 years to recover. Staggs doesnt know how susceptible sturgeon are to the viru...

Psychosocial Support for Cancer Survivors Needs Strengthening

... only mental care and external disease information resource cancer patients have. While previous studies have shown about one in five women with early stage breast cancer use support services in the year following treatment (18 percent), little is known regarding participation in support groups and support ...

Researchers Have Found Reason Why Boys are Better at Maths Than Girls

...unrelated tasks that depend on the same processing resource the stereotype-related worries consume," Beilock wrote. The findings of the study were published in May issue of the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General....

How to Cope With Side Effects from Pelvic Radiotherapy

...and embarrassing side effects, now have a new free resource to turn to thanks to Cancerbackup and Cancer Research UK. The leading cancer charities have produced the two booklets, one for men and one for women, which could help the 12,000 patients in the UK who have pelvic radiotherapy each year. The bookl...

Climate Change Signal Detected in the Indian Ocean

...ratures over 40 years that can help scientists and resource managers understand fluctuations in rainfall patterns over southern Australia. The research, contributing to the Australian Climate Change Science Program and partly funded by the South East Australia Climate Initiative, combined access to ocean ob...

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