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$1 Million Unpaid Bills by Health Care Cheats at Waikato Hospital

... private sector." She said the board would keep tabs on the situation through the Immigration Department: "We will pick up anomalies as they arise." Last week the DHB said many ineligible pregnant women were traveling from Auckland, where they knew they wouldn't be treated, to Waikato Hospital to giv...

The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, Holds the Ladle, is Not to Be Blamed If the Child Isnt in Fine Fettle

...thers, children are bound to be overweight with no tabs on their lifestyle. A study of 5000 youngsters revealed that dads who got involved with child management had kids with lower BMI. A mothers parenting style did not do much to address issues of weight in children, according to research by Murdoch ...

Researchers Have Developed Computerized Garment to Diagnose Mental Illness

... Daily Mail. It was initially developed to keep tabs on heart disease patients but it has also been used on athletes, firemen and even children with autism, to measure the effects of stress on the body. The key to the latest research is a sensor called an accelerometer. Scientists said this records ...

U of M Study Shows No Link Between Self-weighing and Depression in Women

...y weight monitoring could be a healthy way to keep tabs on BMI levels and weight gain.' Researchers examined data from a survey of enrolled members of the Group Health Cooperative, a group, prepaid health plan in Washington and northern Idaho. More than 4,650 women between the ages of 40 and 65 were sur...

Why is sleeping on your child's snores, a bad idea?

... potential for life. Parents would do well to keep tabs on the child's sleeping pattern and habits. Dr. Eric Saslow a Pediatric Neurologist commented, 'It may well be that some people who are thought to have ADD or learning disabilities have more importantly a sleep disorder.'...

Sensor Images Show Soaring Temperature and Pollution Levels in UK

... Kingdom, and space sensors have also been keeping tabs on the rising temperature and pollution levels. //According to the Met office reports, during the period from 15th to 19th July, the temperatures were a record high in UK along with nitrogen dioxide pollution, which is known to trigger a host of resp...

Smoking and obesity linked to erectile dysfunction

...ar exercise, kicking the smoking habit and keeping tabs on the body weight has an impact in cutting down the risks of impotence. // Dr. Eric B. Rimm, co-author of the study, said "Even though erectile problems were thought at one time to be psychological, it has become clear that heart disease and ED s...

A pill for those who live to eat !

...us proportions, and now a pill that claims to keep tabs on hunger pangs, might turn out to be just what the doctor// ordered. This is being touted as the next big thing in health circles. Accomplia, as the pill is called, renders the hungry part of the brain inactive, and might stop the cravings in their...

Crackdown on drugs makes African students insecure

...11. African students here are unhappy at the close tabs kept on them by law enforcing agencies to check their suspected involvement in drug peddling. "We feel insecure as we are being looked at with suspicion by everyone. //People have begun to generalise every single African as a drug peddler. This is to...

Binge Drinking, A Strict No-No

...ng a standard glass of wine, so that they can keep tabs on how much they drink. MS Flint said, “Nobody is saying you can’t have a drink, but you know, think about your drinking and its consequences. It is already happening. What we’ve got to look at is whether it is consistent, whether it’s understood b...

Bariatric Surgery: Medicare, Will Now Cough Up For ‘Throwing Weight

...bby! For the first time, Medicare will pick up the tabs for three types of obesity surgery, in cases where obesity has led to prolonged health problems. // But the catch is that, only surgeries performed by the American College of Surgeons or the American Society of Bariatric Surgery will be covered by...

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