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The importance of vaccines

...'s lost children is a powerful tool to recruit new terrorists or to appeal to those who are discontent with their government....

A New Product Offering protection against anthrax

...res of a highly infectious form of anthrax used by terrorists 2001. Most experts were of the opinion that Heggers tested a weak form of the bacteria sometimes found in livestock carcasses and those that could be easily killed by just rubbing alcohol. Although Hegger has admitted that he exaggerated his claims...

Land of Kebabs, also reaps enormous profit in fast food

...least. Some joints have even been the targets of terrorists who are believed to resent their Americanism. On Sep 9 this year two separate bombs exploded within minutes of each other at a KFC and a McDonald's restaurant in Karachi. But business is still good. During this year's Ramzan, KFC offered two ift...

Are You Angry?

... participants seemed to reflect on the role of the terrorists in the attack. However when the participants were ...ng on anger led to a desire for action against the terrorists whereas a focus on sadness led to a desire for actions that would benefit the victim such as healing...

Soldier of Revenge

...the 18-year-old does not hide his contempt for the terrorists who Sunday massacred 22 innocent people, his fathe...ore villagers were herded at the point of gun, the terrorists opened random fire. A lucky few survived. Rajinder was one of them but he took a few hits and collap...

Importance of knowing the source of our food

... It eventually, makes us susceptible to attacks by terrorists on our food supply. According to Pritzker, if a foodborne disease outbreak occurs, consumers have a right to know where the illness causing food came from. Being aware of the food source is very essential for many reasons. It helps the food regula...

35 dead in suicide attack on Pakistan army base

...n Oct 30, killing 80 people and alleging they were terrorists with links to the Taliban and Al Qaeda in neighbouring Afghanistan. But the fiercely independent and staunchly Islamist tribes of Bajaur rejected the charge, claiming the dead were all local students, aged 7 to 21, except for their pro-Taliban princ...

Tobacco Smugglers are Helping Terrorists: WHO

...at international drug cartels have some links with terrorists but now proofs are emerging of illegal tobacco smugglers' links with terrorist outfits. Security agencies in the European Union (EU) have made considerable progress in investigating such cases," said Douglas Bettcher, coordinator of the framework con...

Cyanide Poisoning? Reach For Cyanokit

...spond to emergencies including possible attacks by terrorists is enhanced. The approval was given only after the effectiveness of drug tests was confirmed in animal studies. The animal studies were permitted based on the criteria of the Animal Efficacy Rule that allows initial studies to be made on animals wh...

$ 8.1 Million Grant to Tackle Bioterrorism

...pandemic. There is also a constant threat from the terrorists all over that there could be a biological warfare in future. This has prompted the federal government to allocate huge sums towards research on combating such threats. The medical college would be involved in devising a tool that would be small, au...

Scientists Find Potential Weakness In Plague Germ

...tic Republic of Congo. There also is acute concern terrorists could harness the bacterium as an airborne germ warfare agent to spread pneumonic plague. Writing in the journal Science, scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis said experiments with mice showed that the onslaught of th...

Copy-cats Not Approved

...the sign is not misused because in conflict areas, terrorists could use a vehicle with the red cross sign, to smuggle arms and ammunition. AN...

Chandigarh to Become India's First Smoke-free City

...smoking at public places. "In the 1980s and 90s, terrorists in Punjab had demanded a complete ban on smoking in the state and Chandigarh. They even terrorized people with bullets and guns to get the ban enforced but could not succeed. What they could not do through bullets, we have achieved through RTI petiti...

New Smallpox Vaccine Contract: Five Years in the Making

...n 1980, but since 9/11 there has been concern that terrorists might acquire the smallpox virus and purposely release it. In Denmark, the biopharmaceutical company Bavarian Nordic was ahead of its time in smallpox vaccine development. The company had been working since 1999, long before 9/11, to develop its ad...

HHS Buys Next Generation Smallpox Vaccine

...anization (WHO). However, there is concern that if terrorists obtained the virus, they could develop it as a weapon. Vaccinations to prevent smallpox have not been routinely administered in the United States since 1972, and people vaccinated prior to 1972 very likely have diminished immunity to smallpox....

Three Doctors Charged So Far in the UK Bombing Case

... being charged with providing reckless support to terrorists by providing them a mobile phone SIM card. His c...n people is this: that when it comes to terrorism, terrorists and those who support terrorist organisations, this country must continue to adopt a hardline uncomp...

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