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Around the World in 86 Days ... on Motorbike With Double-hand Transplant

... customs problems, he said with a smile. He even tackled Siberia, attaching a gigantic 85-liter (22.5-gallon) blue gas tank to his red 1,000cc 1976 BMW motorcycle to give him more freedom and self-reliance on the difficult roads. Though he spoke no Russian, Kelz has only good memories of the trip, saying...

Polish Police Break Up Nurses' Pay Protest

...rter saw several units of police in riot gear, who tackled the protest Wednesday morning. Although the security forces cleared the street itself, the nurses managed to continue camping on a nearby verge, where they were ringed by police. Local residents turned out to support the protesters and gave them cof...

World Wine Sales Brisk, but French Producers Hungover

...ly to emerging markets, to producers, Vinexpo also tackled the issue of moderate drinking. With France in the throes of campaigns to cut back drink-driving, a study by Educalcool, a Quebec based educational body, showed that over the last 20 years Quebecers are drinking less but better. Educalcool said a...

Army Training Regimen Brutal in US, Needs Overhauling

...t. But the problem is far more deep rooted to be tackled with such tentative efforts, it is pointed out. Perhaps the trainers have to be trained first, it is felt....

Students Devise Oral Quick-dissolve Strips for Rotavirus Vaccine

...istopher Yu, who became co-leader of the team that tackled the project. Initially, the students confronted several obstacles. They were unable to copy the manufacturing process used to make breath strips because the harsh solvent and high temperatures used would destroy the vaccine. They also had to devise...

Ban Smoking Indoor Workplaces and China Cause for Concern WHO

... and Uruguay as governments that have successfully tackled smoking by creating and enforcing smoke-free environments. Legislation of the kind has proved popular among both smokers and nonsmokers, according to WHO, whose policy recommendations set broad goals for its 193 member states but are not legally bind...

Prevention of HIV/AIDS Always Better Than Cure-WHO Stresses

...ention of mother-to-child transmission, need to be tackled as well. Partly because of the difficulties in diagnosing HIV in infants, only 15 percent of them have access to drugs now. AN/B...

Study Shows That Indigenous People are Not Genetically Prone to Diabetes

...d. "For indigenous people, diabetes will only be tackled by addressing poverty and social disadvantage". Source-Eurekalert...

Neurostimulation Therapy to ease cluster headaches

... attacks of extremely severe headaches are usually tackled by preventive medication every day for years. But in some cases, drugs do no good. The use of brain stimulation in targeting a region called the posterior hypothalamus has been found quite effective yet it runs the dangerous risk of patients devel...

How Bacteria Generate Energy to Live?

...published in the Journal of Bacteriology, Barquera tackled the question of how the structure of the enzyme is organized with respect to the two sides of the membrane. The problem is that the enzyme is not amenable to standard methods of determining structure. Since an ion pump needs to carry ions from one si...

WHO's New Chief Very Optimistic

...s like AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria, have to be tackled on an emergency scale in Africa, chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, cancer and diabetes, should not be ignored. The WHO chief is unhappy that polio eradication is still unfinished and plans to summon an executive meeting next month. ...

Coping With Homesickness

...ly. The researchers opine that this is more easily tackled if the children are prepared mentally beforehand. Prevention is indeed better than cure. The results of this research is published in the January issue of Peadiatrics.It offers valuable cues to parents to help their children to make the first tra...

Young Women Beware Of LAM

...ailure. Solving the puzzle…Globally, researchers tackled the first step, finding out what caused the cell proliferation and identifying the mutating gene that was responsible. Next, Krymskaya’s lab at the University of Pennsylvania was responsible for the breakthrough step of discovering the function of th...

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

...he epidemic. The challenge in front of us can be tackled well, if there is unflinching financial support for research and development of the AIDS vaccine and microbicides. There is an evident chasm in the funding for vaccines and microbicides, estimated at a whopping figure of $500m annually. This deficit ...

Diabetes mela draws Thousands

...blem of obesity and diabetes in children are being tackled now. According to Dr. Jhingan there are 33 million people afflicted with diabetes in India and the numbers are steadily increasing. Statistics show that a continued increase at this rate could result in over 75 million people with diabetes by 2025...

Alcohol Abuse Must be solved with Action

Scotland's epidemic of alcohol abuse can only be tackled by more action and less talk according to opposition parties, yesterday as the health minister// voiced support for higher taxes on drinks. Leading doctors have launched a new group called Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) to raise...

Strategies by the State Government to eradicate Chikungunya

...al district. However, the problem was successfully tackled by domestic surveillance, he said. According to Dr. Padmanabhan, the plan will be carried out over a period of 6 weeks, in which door-to-door mosquito eradication would be undertaken.All water storing areas is being treated with Temephos liquid. ...

Autopulse Would Reduce the Mortality Rates in Rural Victoria

... areas. But the solution to this problem cannot be tackled by increasing the number of ambulance services. The main reason being that the population in the rural Victoria is very less and not more than 1000 in a town. Hence the ambulance would do less than one job a week and maintaining an ambulance station ...

Australian Medical Association Not Satisfied Obesity Initiatives

...es to be much more forceful so that problem can be tackled more effectively. The minister had announced a new ministerial taskforce for an anti-obesity campaign involving industry and the community. The new ministerial task force also has Education Minister, Julie Bishop, along with the Health Minister...

Weight Management - What Patients Want

A NSW study has tackled the growing problem of obesity in Australians by looking at it from the patients' perspective.// The study, published in the latest edition of The Medical Journal of Australia, asked patients what help they wanted from their general practitioner (G...

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