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"Alarming" Malnutrition Among Kenya Refugees: UN Agencies

... in essential commodities such as firewood, energy saving stoves and soap." Otherwise, refugees were being forced to sell their food to meet the need for these items, it warned. The Kenyan government does not allow refugees to find employment outside the camps, to cultivate land or graze livestock, leav...

In China, Online Gamers Raking in the Cash

... making money -- slaying dragons, killing orcs and saving princesses in distress . It all takes place in cyberspace, where earning credits for online gamers who are too busy to do it themselves has become a handy source of extra income for the 21-year-old -- and a full-time job for thousands of other Chin...

Diabetic Skip Jabs to Stay Slim

...ird of young women with the disease miss the life- saving injections or drastically reduce the dose so they can stay thin. This is equivalent to almost 3,000 teenage girls. Sufferers of Type 1 diabetes, which often develops in childhood or adolescence, need daily injections to manage their condition as th...

Pain Doctor in Virginia Sentenced to Five Years Imprisonment

...dealers or abusers, but she also credited him with saving lives with his willingness to prescribe the drugs to patients with debilitating pain. The judge defended the bulk of Hurwitz's practice as legitimate medicine that saved patients' lives. She said medical literature has increasingly come to support ...

Free Your Necktie and Stop Global Warming

...n the air conditioning on hot summer days, thereby saving energy and reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, reported the online edition of New Scientist. Italy is one of the European Union's worst performers on the pollution front and is expected to exceed its greenhouse gas emission targets. The tie campai...

China to Curtail Organ Sale

...lant tourists' who are unable to avail of a life- saving organ back in their own countries, due to the stringent laws. China is second only to the USA, with a whopping estimate of 10,000 transplants being done annually. Most of these are carried out on domestic patients. There are however several ethical i...

Special Backpacks Provide Much Needed Relief for Cancer Patients

...ay in a four-star hotel in central London so it is saving the NHS money."...

Orchid Gets Approval for Antibiotic Drug from FDA

...Cefepime injection. Cefepime injection is a life saving cephalosporin antibiotic drug with an annual sale of $190 million, and is used in hospital settings. "Orchid's Cefepime approval for the US generic market is prestigious, given that it is the first abbreviated new drug application (ANDA) approval r...

Oral Anti Viral Tamiflu A Cost Effective Treatment

...red to no intervention. This equates to a cost saving of 70,000 dollar per 1,000 population which would save 21 billion dollar in the US alone versus no intervention. Adding other strategies such as school closures further reduces the attack and death rate and provides a health benefit at a reasonable ...

Chinese City Turns Off the Air-con

... "As government officials, we shall do our part in saving energy," the official said, according to the report. The local authorities have raised the limit gradually from 28 Celsius to 30 Celsius degree last year, and some buildings are still to turn on their units this year. The move comes after Beijing a...

Global Health Enriching the States Economy

...e world's largest membership alliance dedicated to saving lives by improving health throughout the world. The Council works to ensure that all who strive for improvement and equity in global health have the information and resources they need to succeed. Combining the activities from the Bill & Melinda Ga...

Taj Mahal is Enveloped by Pollution and a Foul Smell

...ng white Taj Mahal black, have raised an alarm for saving the monument. Sugam Anand, a historian with Agra ...Hiroshi said. K.S. Rana, a leading campaigner for saving the Taj, said: "If things continue like this, the Taj Mahal's age will decrease. Earlier this year...

Benoits Son Suffered from Fragile X Syndrome, a Rare Mental Disability

...ar families apart. Benoit might have felt he was saving his son from the double-blow of losing his parents through a murder-suicide and being subject to being raised by people who didn't understand or care for his condition, it is felt. Meanwhile, Fayette County authorities are investigating a link betw...

Girls With Cancer Given Fertility Hope

...often needed can render children sterile. The life saving chemotherapy and radiotherapy can cause infertility by destroying the ovaries containing the lifetime stock of eggs or shorten a woman's fertile period. For the first time Israeli doctors have found eggs in ovarian tissue taken from girls as young ...

Hearts Saved As Doctors Put Cutting Edge Discoveries to Use

...s that better treatment of heart patients has been saving lives, yet not on a so large a scale as scale as t...nclogged vessel open, is still a powerful tool for saving those who are having a heart attack or are at high risk of one. Patients for the study enrolled be...

Why Humans Fail to Act on Climate Change

...eling when they buy products locally, for example, saving carbon emissions and unnecessary transport. Most people need to learn from their direct experiences - like the child who defies warnings and touches the stove. "But that doesn't work with the Earth's climate and its many billions of people. You ca...

Climate Talks Reach Consensus in Bangkok

...hursday. Many climate experts claim the costs of saving the planet are miniscule compared with global warming's potential damages, but it is important that politicians also acknowledge this in the IPCC's third report of 2007. The Bangkok meeting has attracted 30 of the world's leading climate experts an...

The DNA That Spells Double Risk of Heart Attack

...heir chances of suffering a heart attack. The only saving grace could come in the form of making healthy lifestyle choices that may help cut down the risk. This finding could also assist in zeroing in on novel ways of treating or preventing a condition due to which nearly 100,000 Britons die each year....

Research Reveals Way to Speed Up Treatment of Deadly Malignant Hyperthermia

...rming the diluent in order to mix it with DS, thus saving precious time between the onset of MH and the administration of DS. It was conducted by Kevin Baker, CRNA, MSNA, staff nurse anesthetist for West End Anesthesia Group at St. Mary's Hospital in Richmond, Va.; Donna Landriscina, CRNA, MSNA, assistant...

US Soldiers to Be Trained in Critical Medical Care

...ould teach its soldiers some basic instructions in saving life. No it is not turning pacifist, certainly not under George W.Bush. Simply such basic training could help them provide the much needed critical medical care on the battlefield. That could save the army some lives after all. Officials said medi...

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