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Dengue Fever Cases Up 36 Percent in Thailand: Report

...nd, at least 132 people have died this year, while wealthy Singapore has seen 3,597 cases and three deaths. The virus, which leads to a sudden onset of fever with severe headaches, muscle and joint pains, thrives in urban areas because the carrier breeds in stagnant water, including in blocked drain-pipes ...

John Sundahl Publicly Announces His Romance With Britney

...eet, caring girl and a good mom," he added. The wealthy 38-year-old also revealed that Spears sought him out for counselling sessions after leaving rehab at Promises in Malibu earlier this year (07), and then started attending AA meetings he staged. He further said that Spears' estranged husband Kevin F...

Bra-less Britneys New Affairs

...eet, caring girl and a good mom," he added. The wealthy 38-year-old also revealed that Spears sought him out for counseling sessions after leaving rehab at Promises in Malibu earlier this year (07), and then started attending AA meetings he staged. He further said that Spears' estranged husband Kevin Fe...

Eco-architecture Takes Root in Thailand, but Growth is Slow

...periment at best, that will be replicated by a few wealthy or alternative minded individuals," he says....

Drug Patent Compulsory Licensing

...s required," Cahoy writes. As a result, relatively wealthy nations may receive unintended windfalls while least developed countries may continue to struggle for access. Under complex World Trade Organization rules, governments are permitted to issue patent compulsory licenses, which allow countries to manu...

India to Monitor Pregnancies to Check Girl Foeticide: Report

... a clinic belonging to a man posing as a doctor in wealthy Gurgaon, a suburb of the Indian capital. The suburb is part of a state with one of the country's worst gender ratios -- just 820 females for every 1,000 males -- showing the preference for sons persists despite high incomes and education. Sons ar...

New Book Gives Gruesome Account of India Girl Killings

...elonging to a man posing as a doctor in Gurgaon, a wealthy suburb of the Indian capital. The suburb is part of a state with one of the country's worst gender ratios -- just 820 females for every 1,000 males -- showing the preference for sons is deeply rooted even among families with high income and educati...

Wealthy Australian Women More Prone to Breast Cancer New Study

Contrary to conventional wisdom, women living in wealthy neighbourhoods in the Australian city of Sydney are far more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer . In contrast, women living in western Sydney have the lowest rates of the disease. The Cancer Maps for New South Wales, to be released this we...

Drink and Drugs 'fuel British Sexual Health Crisis'

...bruary, UNICEF placed it bottom of league table of wealthy countries for child wellbeing and found that more under 15s had had sex than in any other country. Britain is notorious for its binge-drinking culture. "Young people, from their early teens, are defining a lifestyle that involves alcohol, drugs and...

China to Curtail Organ Sale

... the prime focus and those with money, especially wealthy foreigners , are often able to jump the ' Q ' to avail the coveted organ. Several business centers have opened in China to indulge the 'needy'. Some of these centers charge a minimum of $50,000 for a kidney transplant and upto $120,000 for a hear...

Diabetic Death Rate Drops in Men but Remains Unchanged for Women

... often caused by obesity and poor diet, has struck wealthy countries on a massive scale in the past 20 years....

Southern England Far Healthier Than the North

...erage, nearly ten years less than residents of the wealthy London borough. Statistics on longevity, heart disease, alcohol-related problems and cancer all show that people living in the south of England enjoy a healthier life. The health profiles, compiled by the Government, are designed to help local c...

Organic Farms Provide a Clue for India's Struggling Farms

... his products to five-star hotels, expatriates and wealthy Indians, garnering strong weekly sales worth around 2,500 dollars. -- Agriculture sector will be 'the next big thing' -- Another more recent start-up, Heritage Health Food, delivers boxed organic food grown on 80 acres of leased land. 'Agricult...

Human Trafficking Booming in Eastern Europe, but Governments Dont Seem to Care

...n is much worse. Although formerly one of the most wealthy parts of the former Soviet Union, Moldova is today officially the poorest country in Europe. With nearly total unemployment, the registered daily income of 80% of the population is below a dollar per day. This fact can explain why desperate people se...

Non Communicable Diseases to Be the Cause of Deaths in Poor Countries by 2115-World Bank

...s, obesity and heart disease, chronic illnesses in wealthy nations, will be the leading causes of death in poor countries by 2015. These diseases will replace the present major killers which include malaria, AIDS and tuberculosis. In its report the Bank emphasized the need for the government the counties ...

Back to Basics in Health in Advanced Countries Now

...uel thing not to do in such a highly developed and wealthy society as we have." Healthcare scene could tilt the scales in favour of the Democratic candidate in the next years presidential elections. Though no one has committed himself or herself for a radical change, everyone concedes the need to make h...

Interview With a Surgeon Hidden Hero of the NHS

...d by definition profit. At some point of time even wealthy paying patients have to draw a line on how much they can spend on healthcare. The issue is about orientation and primacy. Does the healthcare sector exist to make money by delivering care? Or does the healthcare sector exist to provide healthcare b...

Man Keeps Wife and Sons in Maggot-infested House

...iew at her home. She claimed her son was once a wealthy owner of several convenience stores, paying for anything his wife requested, including baby sitters and house cleaners. Her son installed the cameras for the family's security when he renovated the home in a rural town near the North Carolina line, s...

Surge in Cancer Incidence in Asia Feared

...global cancer patterns and trends. But unlike in wealthy countries where the world's top medical care is found, there will likely be no prevention or treatment for many living in poor countries. "What happened in the Western world in the '60s or '70s will happen here in the next 10 to 20 years as life ex...

Housework Helps Lower Diabetes Risk: Australian Study

... often caused by obesity and poor diet, has struck wealthy countries on a massive scale in the past 20 years....

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