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Cancer Treatment Harsh On Patients

... emotional well-being. These patients often become unemployed as a result of their disease process. However researchers say that their results should not be used to argue against chemotherapy or neck dissection and they say that treatment decisions should primarily be weighted toward treatments that maximize s...

Education in women brings sounder sleep

...create more stress than the others. People who are unemployed or divorced and or separated from their spouses thus report more instances of insomnia for the same reason. More number of children in the family also seems to affect the sleep disturbances, though more number of children seems to affect the sleep of...

More Drug Addicts In Scotland Seek Treatment

...d for 42, and Lothian another 93. The ranks of the unemployed accounted for 84% of the new drug users, while 45% of them had a jail record. The drug related deaths in Scotland rose by 12% in 2004 to 356, when in comparison to the 2003 figures, according to Hugh Henry, the Deputy Justice Minister of Scotland....

Many Indian Doctors Live In Poverty

...ills and face a shortage of doctors. The number of unemployed foreign doctors in the UK is at almost 7,000, and many may have to return to their homelands disappointed. A General Medical Council (GMC) study has revealed that less than 50% of the medical practitioners who passed the test manage to find a job ...

New 'PPUD Syndrome' Prevalent Among Indian Doctors In Britain

...called "PPUD syndrome" //that stands for post PLAB unemployed doctor's syndrome. Writing in the latest issue o...ervice said a major reason for the large number of unemployed Indian doctors was the increased frequency of holding the Professional and Linguistic Assessment Boa...

Tuberculosis Is Still A Major Health Threat In Africa

...st important one being unemployment. He feels that unemployed youth spend their free time practicing activities that affect their health, like drugs and unsafe sex. He also feels that the uncontrolled population growth is responsible as it keeps exposing ever increasing masses to environmental and health hazard...

Work Permit Required For Indian Doctors in Britain

... was anyway very difficult, with thousands of them unemployed and reduced to living in miserable conditions and availing themselves of free food served in temples and gurdwaras in London and other parts of Britain. The new rules will adversely affect those who had managed to find work in the NHS. He said for ...

Indian Doctors have their Days Numbered

...e expected to be affected in addition to about 850 unemployed doctors, hoping to get training assignment. With this rule it would become almost impossible for Indian doctors to get a job with the NHS. Until April 7, doctors from all non-European Union countries were allowed to undertake NHS jobs under the per...

New Immigration Rule Adversely Affects Indian Doctors

...lief to doctors undergoing training or trained but unemployed in the UK. He stated that restricting the numbers taking the exam to as many jobs available in the UK could reduce the future doctors headed to the UK. Dr Mathew disagrees with the observation of the British Medical Association's claiming that 30% ...

NHS asked to prioritize its funding

...ng for cosmetic treatment. Tanya, who is currently unemployed and had fathered nine children as Brian Bainbridge before becoming a woman, says the surgery is essential for her well-being on psychological grounds. She had large naval designs tattooed on her forearms during a 12-year span in the Merchant Navy. T...

12-year-old girl Accused for Murder of Three Family Members

...aint Church in Sudbury. The girl's boyfriend, an unemployed high school dropout ,Jeremy Allan Steinke, 23, has been scheduled to make his second court appearance on Tuesday. The duo has been charged with three counts of first-degree murder. The two were arrested in Leader, Sask., on April 24, one day after ...

The by-product of surviving child cancer - Unemployment

...s has revealed that most of these survivors remain unemployed and the chances are twice as much compared// to th...s topped the highly susceptible list for remaining unemployed after surviving cancer. Children who had come out of other types of cancers did not have any furthe...

UK Decision To Cancel PLAB Test To Benefit Jobless NRI Doctors

...reby providing more opportunities // to over 1,000 unemployed NRI doctors in the UK. 'Due to low demand, we hav...aduates and discriminated against non- EU medicos, unemployed NRI doctors here were suffering,' he said. 'Hence, we have been pressing the government to put off ...

Increased Rates of Heart Problems Due To Fear of losing one's Job

... undesirable outcomes. He said that if a person is unemployed apart from the economic burden he has to face a lot of health consequences which exceeds his other expenditure. The people who suffered from ill health are those who have lost their jobs involuntarily, retired, taken a temporary break from work or...

Plea to TN govt Dharmapuri

...id according to a survey, about 34,000 doctors are unemployed in India in which 9,000 were in Tamil Nadu. When the state government is recruiting doctors for government health services, the government should consider the MCI seniority than the employment seniority, he said. The state government should establi...

Age and Socioeconomic Factors Are Strongest Determinants of Sunburn

...early twice as likely to sunburn as those who were unemployed (63 percent vs. 33 percent, respectively). In addition, 47 percent of employed respondents reported being sunburned. Alcohol use continues to be associated with a higher incidence of sunburn, as reported in an earlier study that found a correlation...

HIV/AIDS Epidemic Scare In Bhutan

...ion employees to farmers and sex-workers including unemployed youth, and it had been recorded in 15 of the 20 dzongkhags (districts)," the Kuensel said. "In Bhutan stigma comes from ignorance - the fear that it could be transmitted through air or water, and we have to dispel this fear," said Sonam Phuntsho, jo...

Drug Treatment Seekers Likely to Use Needle Exchange

... treatment programs were more likely to be female, unemployed and participants in Baltimore City’s needle exchange program, compared with individuals who did not enter drug treatment programs. Those in treatment were also more likely to be HIV positive, have a history of mental illness and inject heroin. Indivi...

Increase of HIV Infections Among the Educated Class in South Africa

...ent while there is not much of a steep rise in the unemployed population from the previous years. 5.5 million people are affected with AIDS from a total population of 11 million. This study revealed that the age group of people below thirty is at a greater risk. On the racial front, AIDS appears to be the gre...

Indian Doctors in Britain Lose Legal Battle

... was anyway very difficult, with thousands of them unemployed and reduced to living in miserable conditions and availing themselves of free food served in temples and gurdwaras in London and other parts of Britain. After the outcome of the judicial review was announced, Ramesh Mehta, President of BAPIO, thank...

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