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Singapore Dengue Cases Return to Epidemic Level

...as one of the world's cleanest cities. Dengue is traditionally associated with poorer tropical countries. The disease leads to a sudden onset of fever with severe headaches, muscle and joint pains, and rashes....

Jharkhand Village Shocked to Know About Its Huge HIV Positive Population

...ng to get themselves tested. Having moved beyond traditionally high-risk groups such as homosexuals, commercial sex workers and drug users, the virus is spreading into families, infecting mothers and children. The situation is alarming particularly because of the lack of awareness, as most people do not know ...

Organic Tomatoes may Be Healthier for Your Heart Than Traditionally Grown Ones

... new study has found that they are far better than traditionally grown crops. Dr Alyson Mitchell and his team at the California University used data from a long-term project using standardised farming techniques for the ten-year study. The study found that organic tomatoes have almost double the amount of flav...

EU Aims to Shake Up Wine Industry With Root-and-branch Reform

...and they lose market share to New World imports in traditionally large markets like Britain and Germany. Under the root-and-branch reform, the distillation of excess wine, aid for private storage and export refunds would all be abolished while incentives would be increased to encourage farmers to uproot a target...

Novel Light Weight Polymers Made Up of Carbon Nanotubes

...elding which must be electrically conductive has traditionally been made of metal, which poses a weight problem in the push to miniaturize and lighten electronics. In response, Gupta led a team that has developed an ultra-lightweight nanocomposite that outperforms conventional shielding. This new nanocomposi...

Singapore Dengue Fever Cases Hit Year's Peak

... reputation as one of Asia's cleanest. Dengue is traditionally associated with poorer tropical countries. The disease leads to a sudden onset of fever with severe headaches, muscle and joint pains, and rashes....

McDonald's to Start Coffee Chain in Japan

...s," McDonald's Japan said in a statement. Japan, traditionally a nation of green tea drinkers, has seen a rapid rise in coffeeshops since US giant Starbucks opened the chain's first store outside of North America in Tokyo in 1996. Several coffeeshop chains are now competing in Japan including Starbucks, fellow...

Diaphragms offer no extra protection Against HIV

...k of infection as men. In cultures where women are traditionally subservient to men, they have less of a say about matters of sex - when to have it, whom to have it with, and whether condoms or other safer sexual practices will be used. Padian said one of the more surprising and disappointing results was that th...

Dengue Fever in Singapore Likely to Increase: Minister

...se spread by the bite of infected mosquitoes -- is traditionally associated with poorer tropical countries. Infection leads to a sudden onset of fever with severe headaches, muscle and joint pains, and rashes....

US FDA may Be Asked to Monitor Toxic Levels of Cigarettes

...hat cigarettes are a very complex product and have traditionally changed with time as manufacturers tinker with them. "One problem from a scientific standpoint is the product changes so often but the health effects are long-term. The cigarettes people are smoking today aren't the cigarettes of 10 years ago," As...

Indian Government Asks the Supreme Court to Keep Off Environmental Issues

...called Forest Bench), a significant innovation and traditionally headed by the Chief Justice of India (CJI), has passed several landmark judgments, orders and directions for the implementation of the Forest Conservation Act in the last 12 years. But arguing the Green Bench has been overstepping stepping its bou...

Flower-power on a Plate in Paris

... "salads of flowers" and nature's spring creations traditionally have served to decorate plates. But while flowers have long been used in sweets and health products "there was never a proper school of cooking flowers," Rambourg added. "Around 15 or 20 years ago varieties of nasturtiums were introduced onto plate...

The Custom of Circumcision Decline in the US

...o scalpel, no blood, no ``mohel'' - the person who traditionally performs ritual circumcisions in the Jewish faith.``I knew before I was even pregnant that I would not circumcise,'' said Query, 39, a San Francisco filmmaker whose son was born in 2002. ``It's not like you're just cutting a piece of paper off a pad ...

Diabetic Womens Death Rate Shows No Decline

...cle to aggressive therapy, because physicians have traditionally thought of pre-menopausal women as at lower risk" for heart disease, he addsAn estimated 9.7 million American women have diabetes, and almost one-third of them don't know it. Women with diabetes are more likely to have a heart attack, and at a younge...

Hair Restoration Procedures Performed Worldwide Increased 34 Percent in 2006

...ncreased demand around the world." While men have traditionally dominated the hair restoration patient base, the proportion of women undergoing surgical hair restoration procedures appears to be on the rise. Since 2004, the percent of female surgical hair restoration patients has risen by 2.4 percent -- from 11.4...

New Oz Road Safety Campaign Hits Speeding Youngsters Below the Belt

...ity decided to go for the derogatory gesture which traditionally means a small penis, because they thought it would be more effective than showing gory mishaps. Apparently, there seems to be apathy towards conventional toad safety campaigns that carry images of blood curdling accidents due to increased watching ...

Whites Have Highest Risk of Diabetes in U.S

...ckground information in the article. Type 2 DM has traditionally been viewed as a disorder of adults, most likely persons who are middle-age or elderly. But as the prevalence of obesity has increased in recent decades, some studies have reported an increasing proportion of youth with type 2 DM, especially among ...

Early Indicator of Kidney Disease May Also Predict Risk of Pre-Diabetes

...ue. Theassociation didn't change when factors that traditionally are relatedto development of diabetes such as weight, amount of blood glucose atbaseline, smoking history, high blood pressure or alcohol use wereconsidered, he noted. "Pre-clinical signs of renal impairment may occur before or coincidentwith pre-d...

Stand Up And Get Back To Work!

...eight workers shed pounds as they perform what are traditionally sit-down tasks. The workstation can be locked in place over a treadmill, allowing employees to work at a computer while simultaneously walking on the spot at a speed of their own choosing. Says the inventor James Levine and lead author of a report ...

Risk of Heart Attack, Death High Among Extremely Anxious Patients

...brain and heart. Appropriately, cardiologists have traditionally focused their therapeutic efforts on factors known to influence long-term outcome in coronary disease, such as making sure to aggressively lower LDL cholesterol. The results of this study demonstrate that we may need to consider more thoroughly evalu...

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