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Millions Spent, but the Indian Capital's River Still Stinks

...es of fetid gas sent up to the water's surface by rotting sewage -- and that's after at least 350 million dollars has been spent on cleaning it up. Now, with New Delhi to host the Commonwealth Games in 2010 and the sports village meant to house the athletes being built on the stinking river's banks, India...

Ganges River Dolphins Continue to Die in India

...olphins will continue to die." Untreated sewage, rotting carcasses and industrial effluents that find their way into the Ganges during its 2,500-km-long journey across several states from the Himalayas to the Bay of Bengal have also affected the dolphins, he said. The Ganges has already shifted its cours...

Not a Rotten Idea Anymore

...ause the maggots only fed upon and cleared dead or rotting flesh, and never healthy tissues. Maggot therapy gave way to antibiotics for obvious reasons. Yet, counters Moon, whose notion is backed by 39 MPs, the idea is not to be perceived as disgusting. The maggots will be raised in a sterile condition a...

Statutory Warnings on Cigarette Packs- Make It Bigger and Brighter, Say Researchers

...ch as a drooping cigarette indicating impotence, a rotting mouth –indicative of gum disease, mouth cancer etc. Next came Britain, which introduced large text messages on the front of the packet and smaller warnings on the side. This was in 2003, when the study was being carried out. Before the new messag...

Kerala To Probe Hospital Equipment Rotting In Kochi Port

...on, gifted by a US-based entrepreneur //, has been rotting in the Kochi port for three years. Sreemathi said she had read reports about comments made by Dr. M. Anirudhan, a US-settled businessman who won an award at the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, the annual diaspora meet held in New Delhi. Anirudhan disclo...

Drugs With Bisphosphonates Packs Osteonecrosis Risk

...at risk of developing osteonecrosis of the jaws (a rotting of the jaw bones). Bisphosphonates are a family of drugs used to prevent and treat osteoporosis, multiple myeloma, Paget’s disease (bone cancers), and bone metastasis from other cancers. These drugs can bond to bone surfaces and prevent osteoclasts...

New Zealand To Issue Graphic Warnings In Cigarette Packs

...ey announced on Wednesday that graphic pictures of rotting teeth, throat cancer and feet with gangrene would be put on cigarette packs as part of the New Zealand government's latest campaign to reduce smoking. Chief Advisor on Public Health, Ashley Bloomfield, explained that pictures are more effective tha...

Pigs Population A Major Threat To Encephalitis Ravaged UP

...d is quite common. Plonking themselves on heaps of rotting garbage and waging through slush and open drains, pigs find it convenient to make their home close to human habitation. And poor sanitation combined with official apathy allows massive breeding of mosquitoes to complete the vicious circle. Even th...

Y chromosome uses trick to repair its own genes

...nes, a strategy that apparently helps keep it from rotting away over evolutionary time. The Y chromosome, of course, is best known for supplying the biological signal that makes males rather than females. Some scientists have suggested it might disappear millions of years from now because it can't eliminate...

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