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Now, Dads to Get Text Alerts on How to Raise Their Children

...es and telephone help lines. The newly launched schemes are aimed at fathers and other groups who "may struggle to find the help they need". These include the parents of disabled children, those living in poor areas and ethnic minority groups. "We want to support those parents who seek help with bringin...

Paris Set for Pedal Power Revolution

...rom taking up cycling and that have caused similar schemes to founder in cities such as Amsterdam. Despite a growing 400-kilometre (250-mile) network of cycle paths, the city of two million, which has one of the best public transport systems in the world, has only 150,000 bike owners. It is also rolling ...

Asia Must Overcome HIV Stigma, Say Research Chiefs

...cal journal The Lancet praised China's adoption of schemes such as needle exchanges and awareness campaigns among gay men, although the UN said there was still resistance to confronting the problem at a local level. In India, where the estimated number of HIV cases was this month halved to 2.5 million, the...

More Women Medical Graduates Than Men

...re is also a need for funding of flexible training schemes which will allow junior doctors to work for less than full time. Dr Blayney, who works at Arrowe Park Hospital, the Wirral, said: "The training jobs as they stand are all or nothing. You either do all the hours or don't get the post. One junior med...

BMA Calls for Flexible Working as Number of Women Doctors Swell

...alling for increased funding for flexible training schemes which allow junior doctors to work less than full time, and will debate the issue at its annual conference next week. Dr Jo Hilborne, chairman of the BMA Junior Doctors Committee, says: The medical workforce is changing rapidly and the NHS needs to...

Compensation Slows Recovery

...r study adds to current evidence that compensation schemes may be a barrier to recovery from injury, but further study is needed to determine why. The Medical Journal of Australia is a publication of the Australian Medical Association....

Major Medicare Fraud Detected in Florida

...ent not needed. Officials there said most of the schemes involve infusion therapy and medical equipment suppliers. "Tuesday we charged 24 individuals, and today we arrested four more defendants in yet another Medicare fraud scam," U.S. Attorney R. Alexander Acosta said. "That brings the number of individ...

Six Towns in India Selected for Eco-City Project

...nmental improvement. The Plan size including the schemes for implementation during the remaining years of the Eleventh Five Year Plan is not finalized as yet. This information was given by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Shri Namo Narain Meena in a written reply to ques...

New 'green' Pyre to Cool Planet While Burning India's Dead

...akings. More than a third of the 674 carbon credit schemes currently registered are located in India, producing about 15 percent of the mechanism's certified emissions reductions. "We are in talks with a UK-based carbon broker" on whether the pyres can deliver carbon credits, said Anshul Garg, who develops...

Electronic Tagging - for the Elderly Now!

...countries in the rest of the world are introducing schemes for the tagging of certain offenders. South Africa believes it will enable 30,000 prisoners a year to be released from the country's overcrowded jails. In Sweden, tagging is used to enforce curfews for people convicted of drink-driving offences. In...

Stress on Storage and Conservation of Rain Water by Govt of India

...endence through major, medium and minor irrigation schemes and multipurpose projects. The live storage capaci...he State Governments have identified various other schemes for investigation and planning and the estimated storage for such schemes is about 108 BCM. The av...

Latest IPCC Report Highlights Need for Integrated Climate/human Behavior Models

...mate. Another fundamental issue about adaptation schemes is whether they will contribute to an increase or decrease in equity across the globe. The predictions recently released by the IPCC WG2 show that in many cases the areas facing the largest changes in climate are not only located in countries that ha...

Parents Asked to Produce More Babies in Australia

...the retirement age of 65, and have offered various schemes to enhance productivity at the work place. Australia is slowly recording progress in the birth rate,with an average of 1.8 children. But this is not enough. The required birth rate is 2.1 births per woman to compensate for the aging of the populat...

MPs Vow to Fight Malnutrition in Madhya Pradesh

...d on a countrywide tour to study various nutrition schemes of the government included Bharatiya Janata Party ...in the past few years despite a host of government schemes and ample funds. If the poor hygienic condition and illiteracy among women were the main factors con...

UK to Pull Pseudoephedrine

...ks from the market, would also require repackaging schemes on the part of manufacturers. However, the MHRA maintains that interim measures would be agreed between marketing authorisation holders and the agency so that disruption is minimised; for example, the use of adhesive over-labels so as to avoid destro...

Union Budget: Impact on Health Sector

...t of communicable diseases and by declaring health schemes for the rural folk. It has also attempted to focus on the woman and child health. Sincere intent and supreme efficiency is required, in the implementation of these schemes, in order for the ordinary man to enjoy their benefits. RJA...

Be Transformed and Don’t Pay Interes

...rgue, everyone is familiar with zero interest rate schemes for big purchases. Its latest offer, following others such as customer deals, holiday vouchers etc. means patients can have procedures like face lifts or breast enlargements and not pay interest for an year. This offer is called Transform Options a...

China Permits Anti-AIDS Campaigner to Accept US Award

...on through government-run or illegal blood-selling schemes in Henan, and the covering up of the problem by local officials who were content to leave infected people to their fate. She has fought for many years to secure drugs and money for HIV/AIDS infected people in her home province, carrying out what sh...

Shop Till You Drop Heroin - Plan to Provide Incentives to Drug Users

..., a draft guidance has indicated. Such incentive schemes employed in the past, in the United States, have a... users from the United States have participated in schemes which go with a reward. According to Stephen Pilling, joint director of the National Collaborating C...

Chinese Scientists Take Malaria Fight to Africa

...ix months. Li and colleagues implemented similar schemes in two places in Cambodia in recent years and the results were impressive. Malaria infections fell by 90 percent in one district and in the other, only 2 to 3 percent of villagers tested positive for the parasite on the 40th day. Prior to that 57 p...

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