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Indian Luxury Hotel Boss Calls for Major City Clean-up

...ppen," he told reporters. Oberoi, 78, said India welcomes about four million tourists a year but compared this figure to the five million people who travel annually to the small Gulf Emirate of Dubai. The reason, he said, was because too many potential tourists are put off by the country's shabby airports...

Indigenous Child Abuse

The AMA welcomes the Federal Governments measures to address Indigenous child abuse, initially in the Northern Territory, and accepts the Prime Ministers invitation for the AMA to play the key role in addressing this national emergency. AMA President, Dr Rosanna Ca...

Iraq's Orphans Left to the Kindness of Strangers

...t the house, with the number fluctuating as Hassan welcomes new orphans and places others with families. Some of the children have lost their parents to the war, but Hassan says that the majority have been orphaned by divorce, with the collapse of Iraqi society replicating itself in an increasing number of b...

Food Council Makes Right Decision With Mandatory Folate Fortification

...idence of this life-threatening condition. The AMA welcomes the decision and supports the implementation of the new food standards. We support the Councils plan for a comprehensive and independent review of this initiative in 2009. ANZFRMC expects that mandatory fortification, in combination with voluntar...

AMSA Launches General Practice Student Network

...rk could not come at a more critical time. AMSA welcomes the GPSN and the potential it has to help alleviate this crisis. Its no secret that we as a country are in desperate need of more General Practitioners. The GPSN will serve as a positive support network for students interested in Community Practice. ...

Breast Reduction Surgery Among Boys Rising in US

...his parents. A British Web site, Manboobs.co.uk, welcomes readers with the slogan, Welcome to Man Boobs. The site that says, were fat and were proud, and then quickly puts it T-shirt back on. And several Web sites, such as gc2compression.com and makemeheal.com, sell compression garments that purport to redu...

WHOs Plan of Global Stockpile of Bird Flu Vaccine Gathers Momentum

...aid Dr Margaret Chan, WHO Director-General. "WHO welcomes this contribution from the vaccines industry and is also working with countries to develop capacity for the production of influenza vaccines," he added. Further work is needed on detailed operational planning for the stockpile, including how and un...

AMSA Launches General Practice Student Network

...k could not come at a more critical time. “AMSA welcomes the GPSN and the potential it has to help alleviate this crisis. It’s no secret that we as a country are in desperate need of more General Practitioners. The GPSN will serve as a positive support network for students interested in Community Practice....

COAG Gets It Mostly Right On National Registration

The AMA welcomes the COAG decision to adopt much of Federal Government’s preferred model for nine national health professional boards// to run registration and accreditation of training for each of the nine health professions. AMA President, Dr Mukesh Haikerwal, sa...

Toolkit Released To Employers Of Expecting Mothers

... see mums discussing on Netmums every day. Netmums welcomes the work of the EOC in highlighting this issue and in providing this excellent toolkit for employers. "Mums make great employees and there is a lot of evidence that employers who are sympathetic to the needs of new parents are rewarded. "It is sa...

Vaccine Funding A Welcome Weapon Against Deadly Rotavirus

...ble to all infants,” Dr Haikerwal said. “The AMA welcomes the Federal Government’s decision to include rotavirus immunization in the national childhood immunization program now that the vaccine has been approved by the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunization and the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advis...

A Boon to Neonates-“National Cot Locator” Developed by UK Hospitas

...nd sick baby charity Bliss, Andy Cole says,” Bliss welcomes this important strategic development." "We hope to see the cot locator have a significant impact across England on the crucial issues of available cots and transfers for babies in need of intensive care,” she added. ML...

A Timely Reminder Of Devastating Health Impact Of Climate Change

...ralians and the wider global community. “The AMA welcomes the Government’s recent funding for renewable energy projects as a downpayment on the significant further action that is needed, “ Dr Haikerwal said. Source-ewswise SRM...

Mental Health Package Regrettably Undervalues the Role of the GP

...announced today by the Prime Minister, and the AMA welcomes the Government’s financial commitment to mental health care. While the AMA is generally pleased with the package’s outcomes for patient access to psychiatrists and psychologists in team-based care, there are still major concerns about how the Gover...

Hearing voices may be normal

...f the mental health charity Rethink said: "Rethink welcomes this investigation, which we hope will help support our campaign to bring mental health issues into the mainstream." GYT...

Publishers John Wiley & Sons Enter Into An Agreement With NASPGHAN And AASLD

... children with hepatobiliary disease.” "NASPGHAN welcomes this partnership with AASLD and Wiley and appreciates the generous support extended to the training and educating of our next generation of paediatric gastroenterologist," said Philip M. Sherman, M.D., and President of NASPGHAN. Source-Eurekalert V...

NHS research under pressure, and could face £300 million cut, BMA warn

...n 2007-8 is expected to be £1.3 billion. The BMA welcomes the fact that research funding is being reviewed, ...tion in investment in applied research.” The BMA welcomes the Cooksey Review and calls for: Increased investment to support training in academic medicine Su...

NICE supports application of advanced biological therapies as treatment option for acute psoriasis

...of Rheumatology at the University of Liverpool, UK welcomes this guidance commenting, "the NICE guidance is a ...hat "psoriasis is a systemic disease and that IFPA welcomes the new therapies in the treatment of severe psoriasis/psoriatic arthritis. The national healthcare ...

Supreme Court's Order is a Vindication of Our Stand: AIIMS Medicos

...t their salaries. "The AIIMS faculty association welcomes the court directive," said a senior faculty member. The apex court in a ruling Monday said: "As a matter of law, we don't approve of doctors going on strike. Normally, the principle of 'no work no pay' would apply but for your (centre's) assurance ...

Researchers Develop An Electric Device For Relief From Migraine

...Migraine Action Association said: "The Association welcomes this new approach to migraine treatment and the results of this initial trial are encouraging. "However more research in a wider population is required before it can be considered as an addition to the treatment options available to migraine sufferer...

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