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When CIAs Poisoned Capsule for Castro Stuck to the Freezer!

...n plots against foreign leaders in 1976, Escalante sees the hand of the CIA in more recent attempts by anti-Castro militants trained by the agency for the failed Bay of Pigs invasion of 1961. Escalante said effective Cuban security measures around Castro and the Cuban leader's intuitive "nose" for dange...

Brain Pathway for Depression Revealed

...y specific treatments," he said. Deisseroth, who sees many depressed patients in clinic, said he has come to appreciate how the bumps in the road that most people see as normal obstacles in life become insurmountable hurdles to depressed people, causing them to lapse into helplessness. Reasoning that ...

Vitamin C may Not Help You from Getting a Cold

...s want to believe that it works. Hemila said he sees little use in further study for colds for adults. However, more studies on vitamin C and colds in children and vitamin C and pneumonia are another story. Vitamin C is not a panacea, but it is not useless either, he adds. The review appears in the l...

Texan Battles Flesh-eating Bacteria Contracted While Swimming

...xas Medical Branch in Galveston. Herndon said he sees about one case of necrotizing fasciitis, which can be caused by several bacteria, each month. But Vibrio vulnificus infections are not as common, he said, noting that John Sealy Hospital receives only two or three cases in a year. The Texas Departm...

U.S President Defied-Senate Votes To Expand Child Health Insurance

...n of blocking the way for children, adding that he sees the cigarette tax increase as a public health measure that will save lives, in response, was quoted: "When given the choice between standing with big tobacco companies and standing with kids, I stand with America's children....

Traditional Tibetan Medicine Gaining Acceptance in Himachal Pradesh

...it is a holistic system. It means Tibetan medicine sees mind and body as one integral element, said Sonam Dolma, a practitioner. Tibetan System treats almost all the common and major disease. It is found particularly effective in treating asthma, diabetes, cardio-vascular problems and hypertension, ga...

Some Common Human Injuries Also Common in Dogs

... six TPLO surgeries a week. Another injury Roush sees regularly is traumatic fractures. Like cruciate ruptures, trauma fractures may have other contributing factors. "A lot of the fractures we see are related to dogs that are running loose. They've been allowed loose where they can run into the road a...

France Celebrates Summer With All-night Music Fest; NY Swings Along

...celebration of music launched in 1982. The night sees everything from buskers to amateur bands entertain the masses in street parties, while stars take to the stage in around 18,000 free concerts, from Marseille to Metz and from Bayonne to Brest. One of France's top artists, Renaud, performed at a priso...

New Research to Make Science and Technology Work for the Poor

...iling to respond. The STEPS Centres new approach sees natural and social scientists working together, instead of separately. STEPS research connects, social, technology and environment issues, rather than dividing them. It creates solutions that are adaptive to change, build resilience to uncertainty an...

'Walk of Shame' Triggers Toilet Consciousness

...al homes. Rameshwari Patel, a village motivator, sees the difference it has made to women's lives. "The biggest gain has been the restoration of our dignity. We faced so much difficulty defecating in the open and many times had to wait till dark to be free from household chores as well as ensure privacy...

Cox Cringes Seeing Her Skinny 'Friends' Body!

...ourteney Cox can't help but being shocked when she sees how skinny she was during her 'Friends' days. Cox admits that though at the time she thought that she looked great, when she looks back at her pictures and videos of her days on the hit TV sitcom she can't help but cringe over her thin frame. "T...

Permanent Make Up can Cause Disfigurement

...five months to more than three years. "The body sees the pigment as a foreign body and reacts to it, causing a chronic inflammatory reaction," said Dr. Ellen Marmur, chief of dermatological surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. "The area gets swollen, bumpy and red. It looks like a ba...

Interview With a Surgeon Hidden Hero of the NHS

... Hemadri, who has seen the best of both worlds. He sees the current problems facing the doctor community at large objectively. Many doctors from India take care of healthcare systems in the world. Apparently almost 25,000 doctors of Indian orgin serve the National Health Service of England. In the US, Mi...

Doctors Warned Against Encouraging Elective Caesareans

...l bleeding during her pregnancy, it is best if she sees the doctor immediately', he warns. Cesarean birth is major surgery, and, as with other surgical procedures, risks are involved. The estimated risk of a woman dying after a cesarean birth is less than one in 2,500 (the risk of death after a vaginal ...

Placental Problems in Women Linked With Caesarean Section

...l bleeding during her pregnancy, it is best if she sees the doctor immediately....

Children of Asylum Seekers Dont Get Adequate Medical Care in Australia

...ing the Federal Government to end its system which sees access to health care for asylum seekers and refugees determined by their visa category. The College says a thorough health screen should be made available to all after arrival in Australia and access to this should be coordinated by the Health an...

Now a Green Agenda for Mental Health

...ctorate. Chief Executive Paul Farmer said: "Mind sees ecotherapy as an important part of the future for mental health. It's a credible, clinically-valid treatment option and needs to be prescribed by GPs, especially when for many people access to treatments other than antidepressants is extremely limite...

Delivering Baby, the Natural Way.

...onika Robinson, an Australian based in Britain who sees growing interest in freebirth among readers of international magazine, "The Mother." Her comment is echoed by many in online discussion groups about freebirth, where women insist having a baby is as intimate an experience as having sex. "We wer...

Shortage of Doctors and Nurses Affects AIDS Treatment in Africa

...olo district of Malawi, a single medical assistant sees up to 200 patients per day. In Mavalane district in Mozambique, many patients died during the two-month wait to start treatment, while in one of Lesotho's main hospitals, more than half the nursing jobs were vacant. The report said that countries w...

Cemetery Tourism, the New Catchword in US

...se in which, like sex, death sells. But he also sees cemetery tourism as a chance for civic engagement. The mobility of society and the growth of the death care industry have served to isolate these historically significant places from the mainstream, Laderman said. Of course, some think that cemeter...

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