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Ships to the Rescue of Medically Deprived Assamese

...the ships also carry a veterinary team each, which trains local to treat their animals. A team of 25 personnel, which includes doctors and nurses of the local health department, is conducting 15 to 20 camps every month. It travels on the ships for around 7 to 10 days a month. The initiative was started ...

Japanese are Weighed Down by Deviating from Their Traditional Diet

...an often be seen snacking potato chips on commuter trains or chowing down fast food. "As more and more mothers took up jobs, many of them had no time for cooking," Kaneda lamented. Adding up the calories are Japanese versions of western food such as Tonkatsu, a breaded, deep-fried pork cutlet 1-centimet...

Lead Scare Causes Thomas to Derail

...ing brands for RC2 Corp. About 4 percent of wooden trains sold by RC2 are affected by the recall. Twenty-six different types of Thomas toys are being recalled, most of which have been painted red or yellow. The toys were manufactured in Chinese factories not restricted by a 1978 American ban on lead paint...

Cuba is Exporting Healthcare Now

...thier areas or out of the country altogether. Cuba trains doctors in an ethic of serving the poor. They learn to see medical care as a right, not as a commodity, and to see their own role as one of service. Stories of Cuban doctors who practice abroad suggest these lessons stick. They are known for taking m...

Potential Lifesaver Drug Announced

...nsed for public use by 2009. The drug which trains the crosshairs on diseases caused by faulty genes, has been so far successful on Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) and cystic fibrosis. The drug is being tested on humans now after promising results on mice and researchers hope it could eventual...

Corporates To Help Combat HIV/AIDS

...with International Labour Organization (ILO) which trains the employees in spreading information about HIV/AIDS at workplace. They will also be educating the truckers on AIDS prevention, control and care at their factories. Beside these, they have joined hands with the state AIDS control societies for aware...

DVD Benefits Autistic Children

...that autistic children are fond of cars, trams and trains and Professor Simon chose train as its movement is very predictable and there are no surprise elements. He observes that children affected by autism will not like to have eye contact with people as it confuses them a lot. When a movement is fixed o...

Cartoons Superimposed With People's Faces Help Autistic Children Learn Emotions

...ding faces." People's faces were superimposed on trains and cars in a series of five-minute episodes of a cartoon called The Transporters. The expressions of the people in the cartoon are explained to autistic children enabling them to learn about emotions. A 52 percent improvement has been observed in ...

Physicians Enlisted in Efforts to Keep Demented Drivers Off the Road

...lsewhere have developed a three-hour workshop that trains health care providers to identify potentially unsafe drivers with dementia and to encourage appropriate retirement from driving. "We don't want to give the message that older drivers are always unsafe, because that's just not the case," says Thomas ...

Rail Travel Concession to Disabled Persons

...an Shatabdi trains. Rajdhani/Shatabdi/Jan Shatabdi trains are premium trains in which scope of concession has been limited to only a few categories to patronize full fare paying...

Church to Have an Active Role in the Prevention of AIDS

...12,000 African-American church congregations which trains members in several African countries to design successful AIDS education programs. According to one Balm in Gilead official nearly everyone in sub-Saharan Africa considers themselves either a Christian or Muslim which would mean that when a Christ...

Prime Minister Lauds the Exemplary Work of Mumbai’s Medical Fraternit

...owing Tuesday's terror attack on Mumbai's suburban trains that killed about 200 people. These dedicated medical personnel have been on their toes ever since victims were rushed into the several hospitals spread across central and suburban Mumbai, India's throbbing but cramped financial and entertainment c...

Restriction of Carbohydrates to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

...raduate School of Biological Sciences, Mount Sinai trains biomedical researchers with an emphasis on the rapid translation of discoveries of basic research into new techniques for fighting disease. One indication of Mount Sinai’s leadership in scientific investigation is its receipt during fiscal year 2005 ...

Clue to Link Between Obesity and Long-Term Memory Discovered

...ine research, among others. The School of Medicine trains physicians and biomedical scientists, conducts medical research, and provides health services on a local, national and international level. Source: Newswise...

What to do with the Dead if a Flu Outbreak Happens?

... caskets rented to hold brief //memorial services, trains commandeered to transport dead soldiers and priests could be seen patrolling the streets of Philadelphia. With the threat of another flu pandemic looming in the not too distant future and the government and health care providers making preparations...

Search for an Effective and Safe Hepatitis C Vaccine

...ine research, among others. The School of Medicine trains physicians and biomedical scientists, conducts medical research and provides health services on a local, national and international level. Source: Newswis...

New Drug For Treating Chronic Shoulder Pain

...education, and in patient care. The medical center trains future leaders in health care and includes the dedicated work of many physicians, scientists, nurses, dentists, and public health professionals at the College of Physicians & Surgeons, the College of Dental Medicine, the School of Nursing, the Mailma...

Carotid Stenting Can Help Patients With Silent Disease

...education, and in patient care. The medical center trains future leaders in health care and includes the dedicated work of many physicians, scientists, nurses, dentists, and public health professionals at the College of Physicians & Surgeons, the College of Dental Medicine, the School of Nursing, the Mailma...

Ban On Smoking Will Affect Children

... ban on smoking at workplaces, shopping areas, and trains do not seem to affect children, according to the study. The children were also exposed to lesser exposure as a result of higher taxes on tobacco products. A total ban on smoking in public places is expected to have higher adverse effects on children ...

Lovers Latest Hang Outs – Railway Platform

...e background can be heard the announcements of the trains arrival and departure. They say that they cannot manage to pay for the malls and other costly hang outs. They also can’t sit for long hours in the sea shore as it creates problems with the police. Other hang outs like parks, lakes and resorts are...

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