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Food Poisoning at the Chicago Food Festival

.... Many people were sent to the hospital, of which thirty two had a confirmed case of infection from salmonella heidelberg bacteria. Tim Hadac, of the Chicago Health Department, says a young boy is still undergoing treatment. The Pars Cove Persian Cuisine booth served a cucumber salad over hummus. Reports ...

Village Panchayat in Tamil Nadu Bans Tobacco Consumption

...llion deaths a year due to oral cancer in the next thirty years with 70 percent of those occurring in developing countries like India....

Talking About Your Feelings Really Does Help

...Psychological Science. The study was conducted on thirty people, 18 women and 12 men between ages of 18 and 36, who viewed images of individuals making different emotional expressions. Below the picture of the face they either saw two words, such as "angry" and "fearful," and chose which emotion described ...

Concern in Mizoram Over Growing Tobacco-related Diseases

...llion deaths a year due to oral cancer in the next thirty years with 70 percent of those occurring in developing countries like India....

Chandigarh Set to Be No-smoking Zone from July 15

...llion deaths a year due to oral cancer in the next thirty years with 70 percent of those occurring in developing countries like India....

American Patriots Treated To Toxic Water

...nes drank water contaminated with carcinogens, for thirty years, a special report from the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, reveals . The soldiers based at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina ingested water that contained around 40 times the safety limits of toxic substances according to appoin...

Kidney Trade: Curbing the Sale

...e illegal barter of kidneys was first exposed when thirty poor women of the fishing community, living on Chennai’s outskirts, were discovered to have traded their kidneys.// The 1994 Transplant of Human Organ Act requires that only relatives of patients be allowed to donate kidneys for transplantatio...

Sunburnt Holiday-makers Boost Their Chances of Fatal Skin Cancer

.... "Rates of melanoma are set to treble in the next thirty years unless there is a radical change of behavior among holiday makers addicted to sunbathing." Teresa Hughes, a 53-year-old mother of two from Bedfordshire, has undergone surgery to reconstruct the side of her nose after she was diagnosed with bo...

Campaign To Combat Medical Errors

...iculty the SHN raised the head of patient’s bed by thirty degrees which prevented fluid from collecting up to lungs and helped avoid pneumonia. Medication errors were the third area that SHN looked into. Currently they are working with different groups to ensure a reliable method that permits the do...

Nature Behind Most New Drugs

...4 new drugs for a wide range of conditions. Only thirty percent of the new drugs were totally synthetic in origin. The other 70% were derived from or similar to chemicals found in nature, according to the researchers. They also believe that the sea and microbes may hold promise for new drugs. But Norma...

Breastfeeding Benefits may Outweigh HIV Risk

... the incidence of hospitalisation for diarrhea was thirty times higher if breastfeeding was stopped early. Speaking at the conference, Hoosen Coovadia, from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, illustrated the difficult balance that must be struck. He said that if women in developing countri...

Measles Strikes North Korea

.... The outbreak began in November 2006 and around thirty counties are reported to be suffering from this infection. There is a steady increase of fresh cases pointing to the spread of the disease. The affected counties have requested for 5 million doses of vaccine for measles from World Health Organization...

Napping Beneficial For Hearts

...eir afternoon siesta at least thrice in a weak for thirty minutes had a 37% less chance of dying due to cardiac arrests and other heart related problems. Diet, smoking and exercise were also considered for this research. Although this may not be possible for everyone, sleeping for a few hours after the lu...

Increase of HIV Infections Among the Educated Class in South Africa

... study revealed that the age group of people below thirty is at a greater risk. On the racial front, AIDS appears to be the greatest leveler affecting both the blacks and the whites. JYT...

Britishers Take to Drinking to De-stress

...ed that money is the primary cause of stress while thirty eight percent felt it was work which was stressing them a lot. On a comparative note, 2003 witnessed 23% of people resorting to drinking to de-stress while in 2006, the percentage is increased to 32. In 2003, 15% did nothing about their stress but ...

Multiple Sclerosis Patients Benefited by Parasitic Infections

... of Neurology. A study was conducted by them among thirty six patients who were divided into three groups of twelve each. The first group was a set of MS patients combined with parasitic infection, the second group was uninfected MS patients and the third group comprised of completely healthy individuals....

Gene-Altered Foods -Still Not Sure

...church and do not mind eating such food constitute thirty percent. <B...

Gene-Altered Foods ? Still Not Sure

...church and do not mind eating such food constitute thirty percent. <B...

Odds Are That Gamblers Have More Health Problems

... It’s regarded in the same way substance abuse was thirty years ago. Our study showed that pathological gamblers are getting sicker more and utilizing health services more, so there is a greater societal cost of this addiction than is often acknowledged.” SourceNewswise SRM...

NHS Debts Forces Hewitt to Consider Resignation

...'s half-year accounts. These showed that more than thirty percent of NHS trusts are forecasting deficits. The deficits are expected to total almost £1.2bn. However the secreraty said she was confident the position would improve in the second half. She added "I have said we will return the NHS as a whole ...

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