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Four Percent of American Youths are Requested to Post Sexual Snaps on Web

...he requests, but with the growing rate of internet savvy youth, thousands of children may potentially be sending such pictures. We think most children don't fully understand the stakes here. They may just see it as rudeness or sometimes even flattery. But the making and sending of these pictures, even by...

RFID Use can Avoid Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

...s a little inventive thinking and having some tech savvy medical staff who can keep tab of the latest devel...ociety of India would welcome technocrats and tech savvy healthcare professionals to regularly contribute to this forum. Contact: www.mcsiindia.com for cont...

Better Healthcare for 100 Villages - Courtesy Indian American Physicians

...ocess, develop good manuals and make it technology savvy so as to disseminated. It will crystallise and formalise programmes we have discussed over the past few years," he said. The agreement underlines the need for joint research, implementation of strategies, policy recommendations to the central govern...

The Tech Savvy Patient Knocks on the Doors of Telemedicine and Virtual Clinics

Britain: Technology savvy patients are experimenting with medical consultations and patients are seen tapping the online medium// to seek solutions to many of their medial ailments, especially ones they would like to hide in the closet. Thrush, ringworm and urinary infectio...

Fair Sex Thought to Fare Well with Medical Decisions

...around such matters. If their son was a doctor and savvy about this, they'd both choose the son."...

Elders Too Are Keen To Chat On Internet On Par With Youngsters

...er three hours. The senior netizens are the most savvy and affluent among Internet users and log in from multiple access points, the report adds. --Edited IANS...

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