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A non-stick danger

...ers estimated there should be 100 to 120 parts per trillion in the water by the year 2020," says the study's lead author, David Ellis, from the University of Toronto. The heating also produces two other classes of environmentally-damaging chemicals: polyfluoro- and polychlorofluoro-carboxylic acids, which ar...

Mutating viruses helps produce antibodies

... which is the version the virus uses to create the trillion keys....

India To March Ahead in The Global HealthCare Competition

...at the market for plant medicines would be worth a trillion dollars in the next three decades.India will soon be moving towards integrating the diagnostic practices of modern and allopathic medicine with curative treatments through traditional medicines. Under the Rs.1.2 billion golden triangle programme, mo...

Vitamin filled nutrition candy for School children

...al deficiency will cost the Indian economy Rs.2.77 trillion over the next 10 years in lost human potential and health care costs. The government has been providing a lemon favour candy with seven milligram of iron to nearly 5 million children in Bihar, West Bengal, Gujarat and Andhra Pradeshunder the Integra...

Medications Detected In Recycled Water In Los Angeles

...n treated sewage into drinking water. About half a trillion gallons of sewage from three treatment plants supply drinking water for 4 million people. The sewage water from Southern California is recycled removing bacteria and nitrogen. But recently water officials found medications in small amounts such as ...

Corruption and Fraud in Health Care system

... departments world wide are spending more than $ 3 trillion every year as health care spending which is aimed at increasing treatment and helping the poor and needy by offering free and affordable health care, all these money spend are money paid by their citizens as tax to the government and due to fraud and...

Health Services Plagued By Corruption

...s for the entire world as a whole amounts to US$ 3 trillion annually. Corruption in medical services is reported to have contributed to a large extent for the failure in containing the AIDS epidemic, which is spreading rapidly across the African Continent. ...

Health Minister Promises Strict Quality Control On Herbal Medicines

... The traditional medicine market will be worth $5 trillion in 40 years, Ramadoss said at the opening of a three-day fair of traditional systems 'Arogya 2006' at the Chennai trade Fair Centre in the city outskirts. "Today 25 percent of medicines used in the US are from traditional systems and include plant-b...

Medical Benefits to Public Retirees

...e. State and local governments have set aside $2.5 trillion to help pay pension benefits but nothing when it c...ealth care. The federal government also has a $2.3 trillion unfunded liability for medical and disability benefits promised to civil servants and military perso...

Drugs Kill 15,000 Indonesians Every Year

...cy) are spent on drug trafficking and another Rp12 trillion on drug-addicted people' BNN Executive Chairman, Made Mangku Pastika said after burning opium seized during the second Nila Rencong Operation on Friday. He said Indonesia was facing three big enemies, namely drugs, corruption and terrorism. 'In the...

Humans, A Symbiotic Organisms Dependent On Other Life Forms For Existence

... after birth, and generally adults carry up to 100 trillion microbes, with a representation of more than 1 000 different species. It was explained that these bacteria’s are not just scrounging, in our body but are actually helping humans in digesting the food eaten, which could include vitamins, sugars, and f...

Study Finds - Black Holes Are The Most Fuel-Efficient Engines

...atory to measure the light-year, which is about 10 trillion km, the distance light travels in a year and used the above technique to peer into the inner regions of nine giant elliptical galaxies. This triggered the researcher to discover-- the black holes' fuel -- was available. Other Chandra observations ...

HIV Vaccine for Monkeys Increases Survival Rates

...quickly upon reinfection. Of the approximately one trillion T cells in the average adult, more than half are memory cells. Normally, a rapid and significant loss of these memory CD4+ T cells occurs early on in SIV infection: about ten days into the infection, when the levels of virus in the bloodstream are ...

Stroke Care Cost To Touch $2.2 trillion by 2050

... of ischemic stroke from 2005-2050 will total $2.2 trillion with lost// income from younger stroke victims pla...l cost of ischemic stroke is projected to be $1.52 trillion for non-Hispanic whites, $313 billion for Hispanics, and $379 billion for African Americans. "The r...

Brain Regulation Present Even In Spineless Creatures

...compared to the 10,000 in insects and the some one trillion in humans. "The idea is to look at simpler brains to allow us to generalize broad concepts that are applicable to humans," Tublitz said in an interview. "Much of what we've learned about the human brain at the cellular level has come from the study o...

Apollo's Global Arm Acquires US-based Firm

... William Colgan. With US healthcare valued at $2 trillion and $380 billion of this going into back office operations, the combined entity will be leveraging its synergies to make the most of this huge opportunity. With this acquisition, AHS is expected to increase its revenues to $45 billion in 12 months....

Bird-Flu Pandemic will be a Huge Financial Drain, says World Bank

...nalysis has revealed that costs could be up to two trillion U.S dollars, as revealed by the World Bank during the annual IMF-World Bank meeting. Speaking to reporters at the meeting, James Adams, vice president for East Asia and the Pacific, also leading the bank's avian flu task force exclaimed the enormi...

Flu Pandemic Could Cost Global Economy $2 Trillion

...lu pandemic could cost the global economy up to $2 trillion or 4.8 percent of the world's gross domestic produ...kforce, said. "This could cost certainly over $1 trillion and perhaps as high as 2 trillion in the worst-case scenario," he told media persons. "So I think th...

World's 3 out of 10 Cigarettes Smoked in China

...ween 1960 and 2003, from 225 billion a year to 1.8 trillion - and 97 out of every 100 of those cigarettes are smoked within China. More than 300 million men in China are smokers - more than the current population of Duke's home country, the US. Out of every 100 men, 67 smoke, a higher percentage than anywhe...

Fear of Possible Harm Hinder Nanotech Development

...lobally. By 2014, Lux Research estimates that $2.6 trillion in manufactured goods will incorporate nanotechnology,' asserts Maynard. 'If the public loses confidence in the commitment-of governments, business, and the science community-to conduct sound and systematic research into possible risks, then the enor...

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