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Haneefs Visa Revoked by Australia

...Glasgow incident, Haneef has been seeing his hopes soar only to crash. First Australian authorities almost hinted they were not charging him at all, but sprang a surprise at the last moment. And now after he was granted bail, the hard-line conservative government swiftly move in to deny Haneef freedo...

Eating Disorder Figures Among Children Soars

UK-The eating disorder figures among seem to soar out of proportion, according to the Liberal Democrats. Statistics published in response to parliamentary questions from the Liberal Democrats show that the number of children being hospitalized with eating disorders has risen by a third in the last ...

Go for Russia, Not China, Wine Experts Say

...toms stamp required on bottles -- are predicted to soar in 2007. Official Russian statistics estimate that in 2005 imports totalled 1.2 billion dollars, more than double the amount only two years before. Russian visitors to this year's Vinexpo show are estimated to be about 700 by Anastasia Prokhorova, ed...

Spending on Diabetes Drugs Soars in US

...009, spending on medicines to treat diabetes could soar by 60 percent to 68 percent from 2006 levels.Spending on diabetes treatments increased 14.5 percent from 2005 to 2006 and the use of diabetes drugs increased 5.1 percent. The U.S. sales of diabetes drugs reached $9.88 billion in 2005. Use is expect...

Aerobic Exercise Helps Maintain Muscle in Elderly: Research

...s in type 2 diabetes) causes blood sugar levels to soar out of control. Recent studies have shown, however, that insulin also provides crucial assistance in building muscle, and that its ability to do so drops off dramatically in the elderly. Now, a small but provocative study by medical researchers in ...

New Age Sweetener Launched for Diabetics

...t and this should work in India where temperatures soar in summer. - It is available in a convenient pen dispenser - making it easy to use and carry in the pocket. - It need not be stirred as the pellets have an effervescent property Source: BioSpectrum Bureau RM...

Northwest China Region Reports Six New Cases of HIV Daily

... show that the number of HIV infected people could soar to 10 millions by the end of the decade if there is no effective action. The oil-rich Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has the fourth largest number HIV/AIDS-infected people on the Chinese mainland. Most of the region's infections are found in Urum...

Vitamin D Tablets to Cure Prostate Cancer

...ter, because prostate cancer rates are expected to soar in the next few years. But James is not so sure. 'A confounding factor is that if you go looking for more cases of cancer, you will find them. But this does not give you an accurate estimate of how many people will go on to develop advanced disease. ...

'Father' of Aids Orphans in Kenya Dies

...ated 10 million Aids orphans, a number expected to soar to 30 million within the next decade. Not only are many of these children usually abandoned and destitute, but many are themselves HIV-positive. "Nyumbani was D'Agostino's brainchild. The idea of founding Nyumbani (a Swahili word for home) came abou...

Soaring Rates Of HIV Infection In Swaziland

The incidence of HIV/AIDS continues to soar in many countries of sub-Saharan Africa, despite national and international efforts to curb the AIDS pandemic. //Out of the 5 million new HIV/AIDS infections recorded every year worldwide, nearly 3.2 million cases were in sub-Saharan Africa. This app...

Obesity enveloping children like the many headed monster.

...es are soaring as well.Studies say that these will soar dramatically in most parts of the world by the end of the decade and raise the risk of diabetes in young people.// As estimated by 2010 the number of overweight and obese youngsters in the European Union nations would be 26 million. Over a million...

Many In The UK Will Live For 100 Years

...s,// the population of centenarians is expected to soar from the present figure of 10,000 to 1.2 million b...2074, based on these figures. The population could soar even higher, to 90 million, if the highest projections for fertility rates and immigration are also ...

Inhaled Insulin Could Rock The Drug Market Soon

...es of the new treatment // modality is expected to soar in the next couple of months. The drug is a combined effort of three major pharmaceutical companies Sanofi-Aventis, Pfizer and Nektar Therapeutics. The new formulation could eventually save the trouble of daily insulin injections for millions of di...

Poverty Claims Valuable Lives Of Children In Orissa

... infant mortality rate in Orissa would continue to soar if steps are not taken to improve the poverty level. Suni Naik’s family is still trying to recover after losing their third child, which died within a few hours following delivery. // Speaking at Talchampei village in tribal-dominated Keonjhar distr...

NHS Audit Commission Warns Possible Financial Collapse In Sussex And Surrey

...icit at Queen Elizabeth hospital is anticipated to soar to £100m by 2008-09, in the absence of a Government intervention. “This is the most immediate risk facing the economy. Organisations need to be clear that continued overspending will generate real cash shortfalls and ultimately threaten both the su...

Rise In Waterborne And Malaria Cases Anticipated In Britain

... The incidence of salmonella // cases is hoped to soar particularly, as people would opt for more barbecues during summer. Cryptosporidium induced malaria may also be seen when there is an associated heavy rain. The availability of a well-developed public health system in Britain however would ensure ...

Surgeons being paid triple the amount to cut waiting lists

...has resulted in the consultants salary envelope to soar above the £100,000 mark. Inspite of all the new measures taken up by the government statistics reveal that there are still more than 13000 patients who are on the waiting list beyond 6 months. It has allotted new operating sessions in the last mo...

SARS outbreaks contained

...eared to have fended off the virus, cases began to soar in April following failings in the island's health care system. Misdiagnosis of cases and the failure to quarantine infected patients were two key factors that led to Taiwan becoming the world's number three SARS hotspot. Since the introduction of t...

New Drug Effective for Low Blood Pressure

...ure when standing but also cause blood pressure to soar when lying down, increasing the risk for stroke. Researchers say that a new drug application could help patients with low blood pressure. Blood pressure control lessens with age, making orthostatic hypotension especially common in those over age 70....

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