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Awakening call for fall prevention

...way to avoid all these complications is to do your utmost to prevent a fall from occurring....

World Health Organisation Takes a Historic Decision and Approves Treaty to Discourage Smoking

...sing in many developing countries. “We must do our utmost to ensure that young people everywhere have the best opportunities for a healthy life. By signing, ratifying and acting on this Tobacco Convention, we can live up to this responsibility,” said Dr Brundtland. To bring the FCTC into force, forty countr...

World Health Organisation Takes a Historic Decision and Approves Treaty to Discourage Smoking

...sing in many developing countries. “We must do our utmost to ensure that young people everywhere have the best opportunities for a healthy life. By signing, ratifying and acting on this Tobacco Convention, we can live up to this responsibility,” said Dr Brundtland. To bring the FCTC into force, forty countr...

World Health Organisation Takes a Historic Decision and Approves Treaty to Discourage Smoking

...ing in many developing countries. “We must do our utmost to ensure that young people everywhere have the best opportunities for a healthy life. By signing, ratifying and acting on this Tobacco Convention, we can live up to this responsibility,” said Dr Brundtland. To bring the FCTC into force, forty countr...

Watching TV in the bedroom can lower children’s school performanc

...nment, especially that related to the media, is of utmost important in their ability to affect the performance of children in school. While TV viewing from bedroom tends to lower the performance level of children at school, children with access to a home computer may actually benefit from the exposure. Hav...

Historic trial for tuberculosis launched together by leading drug companies

...cessible in developing countries where there is an utmost needed. The trials would take place in Brazil, Canada, South Africa, Spain, Tanzania, Uganda, the United States and Zambia. Bayer will donate moxifloxacin for each trial site and will cover the costs of regulatory filings. The TB Alliance will coordi...

Mizoram Prepares To Combat Bird Flu

...a watch on the migratory birds. "We have to take utmost care that no infected chickens are imported from neighboring countries and state," Mr. C Sangnghina said adding, that the department had added responsibility to ensure that no one raises false alarm. ...

AIDS Threat Aggravated Due To Sale of Blood by Drug Addicts in Cambodia

...d the drug through contaminated syringes share the utmost risk of contracting the infection. Amphetamine users are also considered high risk because the stimulant clouds their judgment, making them prone for unsafe sex practices. It has been found from a survey conducted by the U.N. Office on Drugs and Cr...

Pneumonia Claims 30 Lives In Pakistan

...owever we are aware to the situation and doing our utmost to save the lives.' Kashmir and parts of the NWFP witnessed harsh winter weather at the weekend with up to 8 inches of snowfall at high altitudes and up to 1.2 inches of rain in lower areas, adding to the miseries of the survivors and hampering reli...

Tool To Detect Health Literacy among Patients

...amount ($58-$73 billion/year). Hence there is an utmost necessity to improve the health literacy among people. <br...

Life Beyond Cancer - Delhi Woman Tells How

...ppointed because it had happened to me despite the utmost care I had taken. "But my family's wholehearted support put me back on track," Anuradha said. She still shudders while recalling the pain she put up with because of chemotherapy. Today, backed by some NGOs, she organises special camps and kitty pa...

Designer Babies- To Create Or Not To Create!

...onship of the ‘saviour sibling’ should deserve the utmost priority. Concerns regarding the dignity of the created child and discarding other embryos unfit for the primary purpose do exist. The long-term health consequences of children born through pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), has also to be bor...

Health Service Reform Planned To Cut Bureaucracy: Public Opinion Sought

...aking into consideration, patients who deserve the utmost priority. It is further anticipated that the massive restriction of bureaucracy would save a majority of the health care resources. 'I will ensure this money goes into front line services and new drug treatments. These regulations are essential if ...

Increased Funding For AIDS/HIV Program In Africa

...of children orphaned by AIDS/HIV would deserve the utmost social service priority of the African Government. The year 2006 has even been declared as the 'year of accelerated prevention of HIV', that would focus on the reduction of social stigma attached to AIDS, increasing AIDS/HIV awareness among youth, ex...

New Antibiotics, Need Of The Hour: IDSA

...ing the drug-resistant microbes should deserve the utmost priority owing to the health risks involved. No anti-biotics have so far been developed to treat such life-threatening infections. The pathogenic organisms against which effective drugs have to be developed include methicillin-resistant staphylococcu...

Referral Schemes Blamed By GPs For Treatment Delay

...ogy and ophthalmology treatment seem to occupy the utmost priority while cancer care or other urgent medical conditions are often ignored. Cornwall, Wiltshire and Oxfordshire represent some of the referral centres where such practices take place. In some areas, GPs witness return of referral letters, with...

Obesity enveloping children like the many headed monster.

...ercent. So this problem needs to be tackled with utmost urgency and a task action plan should be developed....

ADB To Help Papua New Guinea In AIDS Fight

...elcomed the initiative. He further stated that the utmost priority of the Government would be to help the Health Department and other donor organizations to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS. Collaboration between the financial organization and Government is further anticipated in areas such as forestry, mini...

WHO Devises New Global Strategy To Fight Tuberculosis

... of co-infection with HIV/AIDS would also be given utmost importance. 'The new Stop TB Strategy injects new energies to make efforts more comprehensive and effective,' said Dr Mario Raviglione, director of the WHO's Stop TB Department, expressing hope about the new plan. Currently, TB patients are treat...

Mad Cow Disease – Worst Is Yet To com

...sign, he stressed that things should be taken with utmost priority. Marc Leighton Turner, a clinical director for the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service, said the findings were of concern, especially for people in the in the blood transfusion service and surgeons as they may be a source of seconda...

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