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Singapore's Dr. Love Brings Good Sex to Indonesia

...Siang Yu, nicknamed "Dr. Love" for his flamboyant, unconventional methods of sex education for Singaporeans, unveils his multi-media empire to Indonesians. They are invited to send anonymous text messages to ask an artificially intelligent avatar, "Nova," any question they have relating to sex, Dr. Love explains....

Free Your Necktie and Stop Global Warming

...of fossil fuels and industrial pollutants. In an unconventional campaign to combat climate change, the Italian Health Ministry 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 turn down the air conditioning on hot su...

Hate Crimes Against Gays and Lesbians Rising in US

...violent hate crimes on the rise against those with unconventional sexual orientation. Nearly four in 10 gay men and about one in eight lesbians and bisexuals in the United States have been the target of violence or a property crime because of their sexual orientation, according to a new study. "This is the mos...

Condom Promotion-Crucial To HIV/AIDS Prevention

...nd condom bar in the country will not onlyoffer an unconventional ambience, but also spread a social message.Condoms in different sizes, color and texture carrying differentprice tags would be widely available in the bar, CITCO managingdirector J.S. Bir says. Free condoms of a particular quality will alsobe availab...

Consult Doctors Before Whitening Teeth

...rned her teeth browner. Ramezan's dentist said the unconventional cleaning solvent had damaged the surface of her teeth. Source-IANS SRI...

Computers Assist Breast Cancer Screening

An advanced unconventional method that harnesses computer technology for deciphering mammograms is about to make the breast cancer screening process speedier//, reliable, and efficient, while also enabling the much needed breathing time for the radiologists. Cancer Research ...

A Balancing Act: Hormones and the Skin

...y patients choose to self-treat or experiment with unconventional treatments,” stated Dr. Parsons. “Yet many of these treatments are based on anecdotal observations and have not been rigorously tested by science. A visit to a dermatologist is the best way to determine why acne is appearing or flaring, and how hormo...

Revolutionary Net To Control Malaria

... a fundamentally different way. "We are taking an unconventional approach to the design and construction of the nets whilst maintaining their inherent breath ability, strength and durability." Dr Alexander said: "Not only is this potentially a safer and cheaper method of protecting people, it will also avoid the ...

Revolutionary Net To Control Malaria

... a fundamentally different way. "We are taking an unconventional approach to the design and construction of the nets whilst maintaining their inherent breath ability, strength and durability." Dr Alexander said: "Not only is this potentially a safer and cheaper method of protecting people, it will also avoid the ...

Welcome to ‘Stand Only’ Classrooms That Exercise The Brain And The Bod!

...red their waists were ‘sample and not ample! This unconventional approach has been promulgated by a British authority on obesity, James Levine, a medical consultant at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, in the United States. Childhood obesity problems will find an answer in these stand-up lessons, according to him. F...

Small Doses Of Radiation Can Help Certain Lung Cancer Patients

...ribute miraculous cures to faith healing and other unconventional methods. Michael Mac Manus, M.D., a radiation oncologist at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Center in Melbourne, Australia, and colleagues monitored the progress of 2337 patients, whose cancer was ruled incurable. All these patients had received small dos...

WHO and UNAIDS unveil plan to get 3 million AIDS patients on treatment by 2005

...le are at stake. This strategy demands massive and unconventional efforts to make sure they stay alive." UNAIDS announced last week that 40 million people around the world are infected with HIV, and that the global AIDS epidemic shows no signs of abating. Five million people became infected with HIV worldwide and ...

FDA considers nicotine lollipops illegal

...k further legal action. The FDA is reviewing other unconventional nicotine products, such as a Virginia company's nicotine lozenge, to see if they also qualify as drugs being sold illegally....

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