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UK Supermarket Chain Sainsbury's Rejects Charles' `rotten' Organic Carrots

... the shape of the vegetables but the fact that the royal crop was rotten because it had been kept in a cold storage centre since being harvested last year. When asked to define "quality issue", a spokesperson for the chain said:"It was rot." Mr. Holden, however, said the issue of bad quality could pa...

US Court Asked to Decide Whether Childhood Vaccines can Cause Autism

...a tax on vaccines of 75 cents a dose. The battle royal is a test case having wide ramifications. Since 1999, more than 4,800 families have filed claims with the government alleging their children developed autism as a result of routine vaccinations containing thimerosal. The court is being asked to ...

After the King’s Crown, Maoist Want Miss Nepal’s Cron

...1 when Nepal went into national mourning after the royal family with 10 members was gunned down in the palace, and in 2006, due to the political instability and the Moss World pageant advancing its date.Nepal's best-known and oldest beauty pageant, the Miss Nepal contest, is under siege from the Maoists' w...

Rajasthan to Sell Scented Drinking Water

...nted drinking water - the kind served at erstwhile royal parties in the state - for the common man. It will come in regal packaging, but will cost the same as any other bottle of mineral water. "The water is likely to be launched by the end of June," said O.P. Yadav, the GSM general manager. "It would ...

Nepal to Introduce Art of Living for Golfers

...na forest that was once the hunting grounds of the royal family of Nepal, the resort, operated by Le Meridien, runs 16 luxury cottages, complete with a spa, health club and of course golf course. The golf course attracts players from the SAARC countries during an annual tourney sponsored by ITC's joint v...

Rajasthan Gears Up for Bird Flu

... the world. The Keoladeo bird sanctuary - once the royal hunting preserve of the princes of Bharatpur - usually gets 400 species of water birds. However, this time the numbers were less due to scarcity of water. It is the birds migrating to India from other countries that are especially risky, say expert...

Patrick Walsh Wins International Medicine Prize

...ch. Prince Khalid Al-Faisal, member of the Saudi royal family and director of the King Faisal Foundation, announced the winners of this year’s King Faisal International Prize at an awards ceremony in Riyadh on Jan. 16. Walsh, along with Fernand Labrie, a Canadian researcher, was selected as the prize rec...

US, Indian Doctors Bag Thai Medical Awards

...to creating a healthy world. Sponsored by a Thai royal family foundation, the Prince Mahidol Award is conferred annually to individuals or institutions who make outstanding contributions to the advancement of medical and public health services for humanity all over the world. Source-IANS...

One in Four Specialist Trainee Doctors 'Very Worried' About Future Job Prospects

...tion, 'will present a significant challenge to the royal colleges and professional societies, the regulatory authorities, the universities and the postgraduate deaneries.' Community based healthcare professionals contemplating a move to specialist care provision must not lose their unique and valuable g...

First Target For Stem Cell Research Will Be Diabetes Cure

...he bill has been passed and is expected to receive royal assent within a fortnight. 'Type 1 diabetes is the first port of call for the research. Once we have the cells in the petri dish, we can see what regulates the disease, how we can understand the disease process and how we can go through drug discov...

Unscientific Depression Drugs aplenty in Health Stores

...hers including gingko biloba, ginseng, cat's claw, royal jelly and liquid tonic have no firm evidence base and "have potentially serious drug interactions". The experts, Joyce Reed, a senior house officer at St James's University Hospital in Leeds, and Peter Trigwell, a consultant in liaison psychiatry a...

Pressing Need for Additional Staff Consultants at NHS

...tant vacancies. Only today, leaders of the medical royal colleges claimed a 70% increase in the number of consultants was needed to provide an NHS fit for the future; today's increase of 0.5% in the last quarter shows just how far we are from our goal." A recent check revealed that more than 50% of the co...

Deliberation on hospital closures

...or doctors' staffing, and recommendations from the royal colleges. Inevitably these pressures have driven hospitals to amalgamate services, at some cost to local accessibility. Equally inevitably such moves are deeply unpopular with patients, who may have to travel considerable distances for acute care t...

A Princely Assistance to the Nepal Heritage

...nch an international campaign to restore the Patan royal palace complex in Kathmandu Valley, a chain of pal... remaining structures and extend the museum at the royal palace complex. A major grant is expected from the Robert Wilson Challenge Grant Programme that wou...

Indonesian Tourism on Downward Trend After Java Quake

...ity, a prime tourist destination. // The ancient royal capital with its cultural history, temples and vibrant arts and crafts scene is second only to Bali for visits by overseas tourists. "We're suffering another setback," said Wulandari, a hotel receptionist in Yogyakarta. "Terrorist bomb attacks, the...

Physicians Say No to Euthanasia

... terminally ill person. But the physicians of the royal colleges said that an alternative for terminally ill patients would be better palliative care. Five thousand doctors responded to the Royal College of Physicians poll. Palliative care services should be extended to improve their life. As a result ...

Bhopal Residents Relish Chicken despite Bird Flu Scare

...in the old quarters of the city //, are enjoying a royal feast of chicken. 'No doubt, the sale of chickens has gone down drastically in the upmarket areas of the city, but in other areas, it has increased manifold,' said poultry merchant Hilal Jafri. Ali, who resides in the Budhwara locality of the old q...

Anorexia nervosa takes its toll on life!!

Princess Diana made eating disorders royal but the health fraternity is deeply concerned. According to a new 12-year study of severely ill anorexia // patients, full recovery from anorexia nervosa is slow, and women with the disease have close to a nine-fold increased risk of death. As repo...

A Royal Flush And A White Elephant

...or the helicopter fuel, increased security for the royal couple and putting up welcome arches, which are st...what to do with it. Following the departure of the royal couple, it stands like a monument, unused and locked up. It is sad that While on one hand human li...

Respecting Dwarfs- A Lesson To Be Learnt From Ancient Egyptians

... privileged to the extent of getting buried in the royal cemetery, in close proximity to the pyramids. Two dwarf gods, namely Bes and Ptah were worshipped with unshakable faith. While Bes is believed to preserve sexual health and protect women and children, Ptah possessed regenerative powers. A temple th...

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