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Arnold Schwarzenegger Blamed for Backtracking in the Fight Against Carbon Emission

...rce 20% from renewable sources by 2010 Power firms rewarded if customers decrease energy use State suing six car makers for damage to climate While California's law has yet to be implemented fully, it is already being used as a template for nationwide action that American environmentalists hope will turn thei...

FDAs Gesture for Firm Manufacturing Drug for Cushings Syndrome

...ancially disadvantageous, companies that do so are rewarded with tax reductions and marketing exclusivity on that drug for an extended time (seven years post-approval). The concept behind the ODA is that the longer period of exclusivity will encourage more companies to invest money in research. Under the ac...

Russian Health Care Marred by Corruption

...vately. In the Soviet era, patients occasionally rewarded doctors with money or gifts, but were largely guaranteed free treatment. The Soviet Union's public health system was, for a time at least, considered among the world's best. After the Soviet collapse, the health care system declined as it failed t...

Sleep Deprivation can Affect Competent Decision-making

...th sleep deprivation, but the expectation of being rewarded for making the high risk gamble was elevated. Allied to this finding was the observation that there was an attenuated response to losses in the insula, a part of the brain involved with evaluating the emotional significance of an event. According ...

Ranbaxy Labs Extends Roots in South Africa

...ed a presence in South Africa in 1996 and has been rewarded with excellent growth in the past decade. The acquisition of Be-Tabs is expected to boost earnings by more than double. Be-Tabs Pharmaceuticals (Pty) Ltd is the largest manufacturer of Penicillin formulations in South Africa and markets & manufactu...

Warrior Culture in Los Angeles Police Force

...al with the problem group of officers but it often rewarded them with positive evaluations and promotions," according to the report. Police brutality exists in the U.S. for the simple fact that, they do not give proper screening of individuals before they give them a badge and gun. They give these gung-ho...

Sleep Deprivation can Affect Competent Decision-making

...th sleep deprivation, but the expectation of being rewarded for making the high risk gamble was elevated. Allied to this finding was the observation that there was an attenuated response to losses in the insula, a part of the brain involved with evaluating the emotional significance of an event. According ...

Cash Rewards for Meghalaya Tribes to Encourage Baby Boom

...us," said KHADC chief H.S. Shylla. "Last week we rewarded a mother of 17 children with a cash prize of Rs.16,000. We are soon going to felicitate another Khasi mother of 20 children," Shylla told IANS. Meghalaya, bordering Bangladesh, is a predominantly Christian state of 2.3 million people. The Khasis, t...

Health Care in America-Not a Rosy Picture

...lthough most policymakers say physicians should be rewarded for the quality, instead of only volume, of services only 30 percent of U.S. doctors said they have financial incentives to improve the quality of the care they provide. However in the United Kingdom 95 percent of doctors said they received such ince...

Heart Procedure numbers go haywire in an Ohio City

...orks best for a particular patient. . "People are rewarded for erring on the side of an aggressive, highly expensive intervention," said Dr. Elliott S. Fisher, a researcher at Dartmouth Medical School, which analyzed Medicare data and found Elyria to be an outlier. . Elyria's community hospital, EMH Regiona...

Marijuana Abuse Responds to Psychotherapy, Overall Is Hard to Treat

...r pretreatment levels. --A smaller CBT-MET study rewarded users for staying clean. Some of the 60 participants received vouchers exchangeable for retail items contingent on them submitting negative urine specimens. However, results showed no clear benefit with either treatment, although participants who rec...

Distinct Brain Sections Are Activated While Making Risky Decisions

... not given this information. The participants were rewarded with a cash payout based upon whether or not they won their gambles. The researchers used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to determine which areas of the brain were activated while people were making risky or ambiguous choices. They fo...

NHS Trust Would Soon Take On The Hospital Superbug

... initiative of the health care trust would soon be rewarded by a three-month anti-MRSA assessment, scheduled to take place in spring. The trust is already 2/3rd down the ranking for worst MRSA control rate. With implementation of the anti-MRSA measures, the situation is only likely to improve in the forthcomi...

Punjab Government To Clamp Down On Sex Determination Tests

...ormation about illegal sex tests would be suitably rewarded by the department. The Punjab Government has decided to reward village councils that achieve an equal sex ratio in their villages. The Government also recently approved a Rs.5 million scheme under which parents of girls would be given financial in...

Leptin Injections Maintain Loss In Body Weight

...ng against your body and now all those systems are rewarded due to weight lose. But this is not a permanent solution as it is easy to put on weight rather much difficult to reduce. Statistics show that 85% get back their lost weight without any much effort. On the other hand those who maintain their weight f...

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