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New Network To Ease Blood donation In India

...a volunteer - Ramesh Sannareddy - helping with the revamped site. Why blood? "I have only thought about it from a human angle. I am a very soft person at heart. I can't see suffering. For me, it's just about helping people." He believes IT can play a major role in eye-donation too. "People would like t...

Ravenscourt Park Hospital Thought To Be NHS Crown Jewel To Close

...urt Park, which had six theatres and 105 beds, was revamped at a cost of £14 million to help to cut waiting lists for operations. But there were no patients to make it work. Only 18,500 operations have been conducted since 2002 at the hospital, an average of about 4,500 a year. The hospital needed to to tre...

A million Pound Public consultation - declared a sham!!

...ecutive, said that nearly 60 services needed to be revamped that threaten to demote A&E and children's services at some trusts. This makes people to go to larger regional hospitals for better facilities for acute and emergency care. The consultation took place from September to December 2005. After the publ...

Luxury Spas Ride Boom in Wellness Industry in Poland

...rs after the collapse of communism, they have been revamped and are now mostly the domain of senior citizens - not only from Poland. Last year the country's state tourist board launched a media blitz in Western Europe featuring a buxom young nurse. Designed to attract attention to Poland's sanatoria, she...

Dusted and Polished

...ll concerns are valid and will be addressed in the revamped edition says Bush. For the sixty percent of Canadians classified overweight or obese, the new edition of Canada‘s Food Guide seems to be a good serving of wholesome advice. RM...

Bacteria Fighter Goes Where Antibiotics Can't

...gy and Food Engineering Faculty and his colleagues revamped an antimicrobial peptide, a small molecule made of short chains of amino acids that attacks Pseudomonas aeruginosa. P aeruginosa is the bacterium behind serious lung infections in people with cystic fibrosis and some types of pneumonia and mening...

Women Wary of Coronary Diseases Get Two More Risk Factors to Worry About

Scientists have revamped the traditional risk factor list for coronary diseases in women, by including two more// risk factors. Publishing results in the Journal of the American Medical Association,, the researchers led by Paul Ridker of Brigham’s Hospital and colleagues...

Yearning -the Most Intense Emotion in Bereavement

... Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, should be revamped to focus less on depression after the death of a loved one. As part of their experiments, they interviewed 233 people in the Yale Bereavement Study for up to two years following the death of a loved one from natural causes. The participants in...

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