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Arnold Schwarzenegger Blamed for Backtracking in the Fight Against Carbon Emission

...ng-term financial incentives for renewable power - tie in with President Bush's call to reduce America's dependence on foreign oil. But before one gets carried away, here is the reality check. Dr. Margo Thorning, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist for the American Council for Capital Formation...

Will Seven Be the Lucky Number for Las Vegas Newlyweds?

...ting as they watch the dice tumble, thousands will tie the knot. "This is the busiest I've been in my 49 years in this business. This is our magical, maniacal, historical moment of love," said Charlotte Richards, owner of the famous Little White Chapel. An estimated record 3,000 couples have applied ...

777 Couples Married on 7.07.07

...of the world. In Singapore, 777 couples were to tie the knot on 7 July 2007 a date that doesnt repeat itself in a century. The Chinese and the Indian calendar consider the date 7.07.07 a very auspicious day. Jane Lim and Keith Chua were dating for nine years before they decided to choose thi...

War Stimulates Research Blitz in Prosthetics Industry

...l Guard Sgt. Darrell "J.R." Salzman has learned to tie delicate trout flies with his mangled left hand and the shiny metal hook that serves as his right called Utah Arm - which the Army gave him. The myoelectric Utah Arm, made by Motion Control Inc., of Salt Lake City, has circuitry that reads muscle t...

Free Your Necktie and Stop Global Warming

... has said that freeing the neck of a tight fitting tie immediately cools the body and helps stop global w...stry said that freeing the neck of a tight-fitting tie immediately cools the body temperature by 2C to 3C. And cooling workers would allow offices to tur...

Australian PM Says No to Same-sex Marriage

...ustralians support giving homosexuals the right to tie the knot. "There's no possibility of our attitude in relation to gay marriage changing," the conservative leader told a radio interviewer. Howard's remarks came as national opinion poll found that 57 percent of Australians support same-sex marria...

Now, It's Possible to Trace Marijuana to Its Roots

...rtment. From an evidentiary standpoint, it could tie a growing operation to marijuana seized on the street, he said, and offer evidence of both the production of marijuana and its distribution. It could also help the state's drug enforcement officials track the trafficking patterns of marijuana by co...

Personal Disclosure by Physician may Harm Patients

...ussions generally should be very short and clearly tie into a patients concerns, the authors of the article concluded. Those involved in the investigation said the findings have affected how they conduct their practice. McDaniel, for example, now takes breaks between patient visits to discuss the days ...

Wet Distiller's Grains Could Play a Role in Cattle Diets

...ginal grain, Cole said. The energy-dense fat helps tie the ration together, making it less dusty. In the long run, with 8 percent to 10 percent fat, wet distiller's grains have a number of advantages over dried distiller's grains, including greater nutritive value and elimination of the added expense ...

New Device Offers Hope to Children With Chest, Spinal Deformities

...colette Pompa. “I wondered if she would be able to tie her shoes, ride a bike – just the normal, regular things kids do.” Until recently, there were few options available to help Ariana – and the tens-of-thousands of children like her born with a deformity of the chest wall or spine – to grow normally ...

Researchers Improve Soy Processing by Boosting Protein and Sugar Yields

...sonic treatment also breaks some of the bonds that tie sugars to the soy proteins. Separating the sugars from the proteins improves the quality of the proteins. It also boosts the sugar content of the soy whey that's left after processing. Ultrasonic treatment boosted sugar yields by 50 percent. The lo...

Snake Like Robots Designed to Assist Surgeons

...in the narrow throat region, to make incisions and tie sutures with greater dexterity and precision. Another robot, the steady-hand, may curb a surgeon's natural tremor and allow the doctor to inject drugs into tiny blood vessels in the eye, dissolving clots that can damage vision. These and other proje...

First International Gene Screen for Typical ALS Is on Track

... the other. Finding a scientifically significant tie between a gene or genes and ALS in this work will set the stage for even larger international investigations. “But even if we get no associations,” says Traynor, “that would suggest that sALS isn’t gene-based, that we should focus instead on the envi...

Mounting Pressure of Dengue in Delhi Hospitals

...he hospital does not have a blood bank.“We need to tie up with blood banks and hospitals before admitting patients,” said Dr Vinay Lazarus, Director of Administration. Source-Meindia NLA...

E.coli-tainted spinach causes a kid's death in Idaho

...e suspected. We now have genetic fingerprints that tie it to the same lot of spinach that had been found to have E. coli in it,' Mason said. The federal investigators in California are carrying out an inquiry of two spinach producers to detect any likely violations of food safety regulations after the ...

Cooling Temperatures Help Crucian Carp

...early anoxic state. There is currently no direct tie between these finding and humans. However, physiologists only recently realized the human brain contains glycogen, so who knows? Maybe this line of research will one day be important for humans to survive anoxia, Paajanen said. The study, "Seasonal...

Bribery has Claimed the Life of a Newborn in Madhya Pradesh

... didn't have Rs.50 to pay the nurse who refused to tie the umbilical cord.// Ram Milan, the father of the baby boy who died Tuesday, said he had taken his wife to the government hospital in Satna for a safe delivery. But fate had other things in store for him. "The nurse on duty demanded Rs.50 for ty...

Plan to Promote the Medicare Facilities of India to Abroad

...ve partner tour operators. We are going to further tie up with travel wholesalers. We will also insert advertisements in newspapers and try to network with Indian physicians there," said Atul Seth, marketing manager of Uday Tours. With India offering world-class medical facilities at competitive rates,...

Indian Boy Invited to Tie Turbans for a Wedding in Mauritius

...ted by non-resident Indians (NRIs) in Mauritius to tie as many as 400 turbans for a traditional Indian we...ical Indian turbans, was in Singapore last year to tie 125 turbans or "safas" for a marriage ceremony. And he completed his work in less than one and a hal...

Couple Try To Hoodwink Authorities By Remarrying

...own. However, they were caught before they could tie the knot - for the second time.The officials conducting the camp developed doubts when Akil could not tell his assumed name correctly. "First he said his name was Bhagwan Singh, and later he identified himself as Harnam Singh," sub-divisional magist...

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