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SKorean Online Dogmeat Retailer Closes Site Amid Uproar

... soup, or Boshintang, is a Korean delicacy usually served over the summer season....

NanoSensors Provides Update on Its Biosensor to Detect E.coli and Salmonella

...ks in 2006 and 2007: one involving tainted produce served at Taco Bell restaurants, the second involving washed-and-bagged spinach from Natural Selection Foods, (collectively these two incidents caused deaths and hundreds of illnesses across 19 states). The third and most recent outbreak involved the United...

Doctors Not Exempt from Competition Law, Australian Commission Warns

...c surgeon is also an Australian Army reservist and served with Australian forces in East Timor last year, receiving the Australian Service Medal in recognition of his efforts. He also spent a month in the frontlines of the war-torn Serbian province of Kosovo in 1999, as well as a year in the Palestinian ...

Eastern Equine Encephalitis Spreading Its Tentacles in Massachusetts

...short walks to the beach. Her illness, she said, served as a wake-up call to family members, who are now very cautious and make sure to use insect repellent before going outside. Still, her 9-year-old granddaughter is afraid of the outdoors after seeing what happened, said her daughter. Phillips said sh...

Fat Horses Face Health Problems

... on sparse pasture types, he said. Later the horse served primarily as a work animal, serving as a source of transportation and draft power. Today, most horses serve as companions and light performance animals, he said. We can see with increased nutrition and lack of exercise how these animals could drift...

Spicy Cuisine Originated in Mexico 1,500 Years Ago

...t during the period circa A.D. 500-1500, the caves served as temporary camps and storage areas for farmers from Mitla, a major town on the river of the same name, whose cultivated fields evidently extended to the slopes of the piedmont below Guila Naquitz and Silvia's Cave. "In the cave deposits, we can ...

Paris Spotted Smoking Pot!

...s. A witness said that the Simple Life star, who served time in the slammer for violating terms of probation, emerged from a SUV exhaling a cloud of marijuana smoke. "She took a huge puff off of a joint, then opened the door and exhaled the pot smoke basically in my face," the New York Post quoted the s...

Picnic Memories Turn Rotten With E.coli Poisoning

...vere abdominal pain. "We are looking into what was served at the event, Dr. Herveen Sachdeva, associate medical officer of health, was quoted. Specialists say that E. coli is normally spread through contaminated food or drinks, and that it can also be spread from person to person in households.Symptoms s...

Rumours About Paris Preferential Treatment in Prison to Be Probed

... month. Rumours were rife that the socialite, who served time for violating terms of probation, was given several privileges by the prison authorities. It is said that the Simple Life star was allowed to use her cell phone, and that she was provided with a new prison uniform instead of a recycled one gi...

Food Poisoning at the Chicago Food Festival

...ng treatment. The Pars Cove Persian Cuisine booth served a cucumber salad over hummus. Reports of salmonella infection started to come in on Monday morning. By the end of the day officials found that the Pars Cove Persian Cuisine booth was the common link. It seems that the tainted hummus was the culprit. ...

C -reactive Protein is the Marker for Cardiovascular Disease

...ren who completed all phases of the evaluation, 73 served as controls. They had no evidence of OSA and their cognitive scores were all normal. Among the 102 children with OSA, 57 had GCA scores less than 85 percent. The mean level of hsCRP in children with OSA and abnormal scores was approximately 250 per...

Study Finds Genetic Link Between Smoking Addiction and Major Depression

... of middle-aged, predominantly Caucasian twins who served in the military during the Vietnam War. Slightly more than half were identical twins who had a 100-percent genetic match and about 45 percent were fraternal twins who shared half their genes. Researchers compared the answers from the twins, and use...

Lack of Medical Facilities Have Claimed Lives of Newborns at Chhattisgarh Hospital

...charges, the minister said that the government had served a show-cause notice to the civil surgeon of the hospital and two other doctors. He said the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government would review medical facilities at the hospital and do its best to improve infrastructure and facilities. The mini...

Nutritious Diet Help Improve Childrens Academic Performance

...hildrens Hospital Medical Center says that lunches served in school cafeterias are not always the best optio... lunch from home may be more nutritious. Lunches served in school cafeterias are not always the best choice and I recommend that sometimes lunches need to b...

Genetic Variation may Increase Premenstrual Depression Risk

...y of mood disorders related to the menstrual cycle served as a comparison group. All the women provided blood samples for genetic analysis. The team discovered four specific genetic variants, called single nucleotide polymorphisms, in one of the two genes that encode the estrogen receptor. The variants, w...

NKorea Extols Virtues of Dog Meat

...or boshintang (health soup), is "the best cuisine" served over the summer season, the official Korean Central News Agency said, touting its nutritional properties. Dangogi, literally meaning sweet meat, is an euphemism for dog meat that was coined by North Korea's founder Kim Il-Sung in the early 1980s. D...

Indian Government Asks the Supreme Court to Keep Off Environmental Issues

... up to prevent the depletion of forest wealth, has served its purpose. The country has been witnessing a general uptrend in forest cover in the recent decades, which is remarkable. But for active government intervention, the forest resources could have declined very fast. The various high-power committees...

Britisher Enraged for Court's Action Against Him for Smoking

...uncil inspectors in Blackpool, north-west England, served seven separate court summonses on Hamish Howitt at his Happy Scots Bar on Thursday evening for breaking the ban, which came into effect in England July 1. If convicted, he faces a 17,500-pound (26,000-euro, 36,000-dollar) fine. Owners and landlor...

Japanese are Weighed Down by Deviating from Their Traditional Diet

...-centimetre thick and sliced to bite sized pieces, served on rice. The increase in the number of Japanese at risk of developing metabolic disorders associated with obesity, high cholesterol and increased risk of heart disease and type-2 diabetes has tipped the scales and the government is calling on the n...

Flower-power on a Plate in Paris

..." and nature's spring creations traditionally have served to decorate plates. But while flowers have long been used in sweets and health products "there was never a proper school of cooking flowers," Rambourg added. "Around 15 or 20 years ago varieties of nasturtiums were introduced onto plates but mainly...

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