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Arnold Schwarzenegger Blamed for Backtracking in the Fight Against Carbon Emission

... were ordering us to find ways to reduce costs and satisfy lobbyists," she said, adding that the governor's chief of staff, Susan Kennedy, and Cabinet Secretary Dan Dunmoyer took the lead on pressuring the agency staff and board chairman. The departures, along with the planned resignation of the top Cal/EP...

Disease Outbreak Claims Trout From Idaho Hatchery

...certain lakes and streams still get enough fish to satisfy anglers. According to Tom Frew, who manages the Nampa site, careful manipulation of stocks at other facilities should make up for the losses. He says scientists are assessing just what went wrong. One possible change to avoid future outbreaks, he ...

Breast Cancer Patients Follow-up Devalued

...ith primary care that are both patient-focused and satisfy the expectations of all relevant parties."...

Mexico Supreme Court Accepts Petition To Review Mexico City Law Legalizing Abortion During First Three Months' Gestation

...ald Tribune reports. "It's a political maneuver to satisfy a certain public opinion over this law," Mexico City Mayor Marcelo Ebrard said, adding, "But legally, it's got no base". Meanwhile, opponents of the law have said they will protest in front of city hospitals and encourage physicians to be "conscienti...

Combination Improves Survival of Metastatic Melanoma Patients: Phase II Study

...ge extent on the formation of new blood vessels to satisfy the increasing oxygen and nutritional needs of the growing tumor. Furthermore, there is evidence that overproduction of VEGF in response to chemotherapy may allow tumors to become more aggressive and resistant to the effects of chemotherapy by differ...

Second CyberKnife(R) System to Meet Growing Demand for Radiosurgery

... Now the hospital is installing a second system to satisfy the continually growing demand. "The CyberKnife System treats patients that no other system can -- such as our thoracic cases, which we treat with the Synchrony Respiratory Tracking System," said Linda Winger, vice president for professional servic...

Chances of Tackling Racism in Mental Health Care is Still Remote

... offer care according to racial group, and seem to satisfy the well established and widely known definition of institutional racism. In response, a systems level approach called "Delivering race equality" has been developed to improve mental health services. This could improve services but leadership is ne...

Viagra to Be an OTC Drug Soon

... in the age group 30 to 65. They must be able to satisfy the pharmacist with their reports of medical history, glucose and blood pressure levels as well as cholesterol levels. This is to screen for heart disease and diabetes. Consultation fees are included in the 50-pound charge. The pilot scheme may ...

Thailand Backs Off Threat to Break Drug Patents

...rson per month, to US$170. But the offer failed to satisfy the ministry, and the two sides agreed to negotiate again next month. Last month the government threatened to break the patent on both Kaletra and Plavix, a heart medicine produced by Sanofi-Aventis and Bristol-Meyers Squibb. It issued two compulso...

Einstein's Tea Leaves Inspire New Blood Separation Technique

...d at the top while the base remains stationary. To satisfy a zero-velocity condition at the base, an inward force near the bottom of the liquid is generated, suppressing the centrifugal force there. Thus the microscopic particles spiral inward toward the bottom of the chamber like a miniature tornado, leavin...

Lead Laden Metal Necklaces Turn Noose on Children’s Neck

...s beware! Metal necklaces and key chains bought to satisfy your children’s fancy could be dangerous as some of them contain elevated levels of lead.// Metal necklaces sold at Claire's and Ardène retail outlets have been ordered off the shelf due to elevated lead levels. Health Canada has issued a warning t...

Why People are Addicted to Video Games?

...video games are created equal" in their ability to satisfy basic psychological needs. "But those that do may be the best at keeping players coming back." Source-Eurekalert RM...

Britain Scientists Support the Use of Primates in Research

...d on the development of alternatives, it failed to satisfy anti-vivisectionist groups, which want to ban or phase out the use of monkeys. About 3,500 primates, mainly monkeys such as macaques, are used for scientific research in Britain each year. The number is similar in France, Canada and Germany. No gre...

Whet your appetite with “Mindless Eating”: A gourmet's deligh!

...our decisions also. We think we eat just enough to satisfy basic hunger, but we are being fooled all the time. (We even tend to eat more when we are with people we like.)If you want something that tastes good and reads well, pick up Mindless Eating and laugh while you slowly lose weight. Tighten your belt; r...

A Salad a Day Keeps the Doctor Away This Winter

...rcher of the study. “Just one salad daily helps to satisfy the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which recommends eating two and a half cups of vegetables each day for a 2000-calorie diet.” Though it’s already known that salad is a healthy meal option, the bottom line, according to the UCLA study - e...

Clinton’s Nutrition Deal Cuts Junk Food on School Menu

...variety of foods causing many millions of students satisfy their hunger and thirst with chips and soda, rather than what was on the school lunch menu. Make healthy food alluring enough to win over those kids might be a tough task. NLA...

Food addiction similar to Drug addiction!!

...ry, even when they have eaten an amount that would satisfy the hunger of a healthy peron.” GYT...

Salad Is Even Healthier Than You Thought

...ult US Population". 'Just one salad daily helps to satisfy the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which recommends eating two and a half cups of vegetables each day for a 2000-calorie diet.' According to the study, less than 50% of the US population meets the daily recommendation for vegetables necessa...

Fertility Clinics Allowing Parents To Select Gender

... "PGD clinics are performing sex selection just to satisfy parental preferences, and embryo screening is being used for late-onset diseases that have nothing to do with childhood sickness," Cohen claims. He sees these as troubling trends. The changes are taking place because there is little consensus on whi...

Lost Opportunities for Organ Donation

...5 to 17 donors per million, a number sufficient to satisfy the current demand for organ transplants. In an editorial in the same issue, Associate Professor Timothy Mathew, Medical Director of Kidney Health Australia, and Dr Jeremy Chapman, Director of Acute Interventional Medicine, Westmead Hospital, Sydne...

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