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Strife in Kashmir Drives Thousands to Psychiatric Wards

...ened fire on a procession demanding lifting of the siege on the Hazaratbal shrine in Srinagar. Before coming to the hospital, the doctors whom I approached used to tell me to give up worrying. They were treating me as if I was pretending an illness, Shaheena says. Most of the patients at the hospital ref...

Using Drugs as Weapons can Never Be 'non Lethal', Say Doctors

...t deaths. The report highlights the Moscow theatre siege of October 2002 the Russian authorities said a derivative of the drug fentanyl2 was delivered through the air-conditioning system to end the siege. This killed over 130 hostages. Dr Vivienne Nathanson, BMA Head of Science and Ethics, said: It is i...

After the King’s Crown, Maoist Want Miss Nepal’s Cron

...t beauty pageant, the Miss Nepal contest, is under siege from the Maoists' women's organization that is seeking to have the programme axed on grounds that it treats women as sex objects. Scheduled to be held Saturday, the Miss Nepal contest's main sponsor is Dabur India's wholly-owned subsidiary Dabur Ne...

First Treatment to Directly Target Tumor Blood Supply

...first. It represents the difference between laying siege to a village vs. sending in troops with heavy artillery. Current anti-angiogenic approaches starve the blood vessels of growth signals, but with J591, one directly targets a lethal blow right at the tumor blood supply." As its name implies, PSMA wa...

'Red'y to Fight HIV – 'AbstinenceBehaviorCondom', Sacrosanct to AIDS Preventio

...and strategies to outwit the virus, which has laid siege for more than two decades. It is important to recall the main tenets of the AIDS campaign at every juncture, the fundamental 'ABC' which is the foundation for a tomorrow, free of AIDS. Robert Frost, a poet of renown, wrote, 'The woods are lovely d...

Moms to be, beware of meth - It can hamper growth and development in your babies

..., but off late insights have shown that it can lay siege on growth and intellectual development of children who have been exposed to meth....

Chronic pain can be cooled off !

Long-term pain can lay siege on the victim's disposition and way of life, a new study on rats has shown that sensations of coolness can act as an effective pain// reliever. Scientists from the University of Edinburgh have figured out the chemicals that enable feelings of coolnes...

Medico’s Return to Work Bringing Respite to Patient

...hospitals that had been virtually under a state of siege for the past three weeks. 'I have been in Delhi for the last three days to get my son admitted to AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences). With doctors returning to work, I feel much relieved,' said Anuj Yadav from Bihar. 'I don't know ab...

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