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Singapore's Dr. Love Brings Good Sex to Indonesia

... India and China. "At the end of the day, it's a whole total revamp of sexual health epidemiology in the world," the indefatigable doctor says....

Double Amputee Finishes Last, but Still Looks Forward to Beijing Olympics

...ze we are also doing our job," Davies said. "The whole world does not centre round Oscar Pistorious. We have all our other work to do but we want to be fair to him and give him a chance." In March the IAAF introduced a rule outlawing technical aids, although it allowed Pistorius to continue running whi...

Feeding Programme Gives Hope to Tribal Mothers

...ade a major impact in tackling malnutrition. The whole village is mapped and charts are drawn to indicate the nutritional status of each child as well as the village. The maps use colour coding to the grade the child - the colour red indicates severe malnutrition, yellow moderate malnourishment and green...

Boffins Find Evidence for Novel Brain Cell Communication

...wever, authors say that that these findings give a whole new direction to understanding the origins of epilepsy, and conceiving new approaches to treatment and prevention....

Did Paris 'drug' Her New Beau for a Threesome?

...en them both ... I couldn't find my clothes in the whole house. [I was] just tripping, just going, 'What did this girl give me?' It was gnarly, eh?" he added....

Wrestler Chris Benoits Son was Sedated - Says Investigators

...any other of the illegal types of steroids, or the whole laundry list of anabolic steroids that are out the...s so we can be more accurate and discuss more of a whole what happened," he said. "We're trying to envision as best we can what happened inside that househol...

Lost And Found -Tooth In A Sportsman's Head

...up, but straight away the eye swelled right up. My whole eye closed over and it was closed over for more than a week."The doctor thought that was just from the teeth making the cut . . . I was on heavy antibiotics and it seemed to clear up. It got better, but didn't get back to perfect my eye was always h...

Playing Music Helps Women Relax During Colposcopy

...vix with a special microscope. Many women find the whole procedure highly stressful and have particularly high levels of anxiety before and during colposcopy. Researchers working for The Cochrane Collaboration studied data from eleven trials that involved a total of 1441 women and assessed four different...

Virginity Rules-Meant To Be Broken?

...ancy and birth rates among American teenagers as a whole have been falling since about 1991. Texas, however, has seen the smallest decline despite receiving almost $17 million in the name of virginity. And, no state has more to lose in this battle than Texas, which draws more abstinence money than any o...

New Book Gives Gruesome Account of India Girl Killings

... But female foeticide was more like a Holocaust. A whole gender is getting exterminated. It is a silent and smoothly executed crime which leaves no waves in its wake," Aravamudan writes. The author said it was not an easy subject to tackle. "Some of the communities had very militant people. There was a...

A Centre for Glycemic Index Testing Opened in Chennai

...d the fiber came from unrefined carbohydrates from whole cereals. But the milling technology, along with the need for longer shelf-life, led to the popularizing of highly refined carbohydrates such as polished cereals and finely ground flour that evoked much higher glucose responses. An Oxford Brookes st...

Indian Government Asks the Supreme Court to Keep Off Environmental Issues

...ing in, as it does, to all kinds of pressures on a whole host of fronts. But the current drama could make government seem a no-nonsense-executive, determined to have its way, while the court would be seen as the protector of the tribals. In the affidavit, overflowing with anger, the government says th...

Government Mulls Closure of Hospital Where a Woman Died Unattended in ER

...e vomited blood and a triage nurse who oversaw the whole episode and pointedly refused requests to intervene. The janitor was counseled orally; the triage nurse was placed on leave and later resigned, the report said. Ironically triage is a system used by medical or emergency personnel to ration limited...

Website Offers to Help Women Raise Money for Breast Enhancement

...earance that they have long desired. Clearly the whole thing is loaded and repulsive. British cosmetic surgeons have denounced the pose-and-procure strategy as both unsafe and degrading. Myfreeimplants claims any woman over 18 is eligible to join for surgery. The British Association of Aesthetic...

Europe's Last Dancing Bears Sheltered After Years of Abuse

...d cutting one nail off a bear hurts like cutting a whole human finger without anaesthesia," Khalil said. Hi...hey were also the last of their abused kind in the whole European Union. "I have been waiting for this day for seven years," Khalil cheered. Most dancing b...

Non-invasive Screening in Early Pregnancy Halves Down's Syndrome Births

...m-Nielsen. "Although we have not yet studied the whole of the population, these numbers are significant enough to show that the new guidelines have been accepted by a great majority of Danish parents. However, there is a need for analysis of the psychosocial aspects, both as to the pre-test counselling a...

Genome Annotation by Mutation

...t pieces of loxP DNA can be mutated. Because the whole mouse genome has been sequenced the order and location of base pairs determined in detail scientists can identify locations in individual mice where the jumping genes have carried pieces of loxP DNA. Then, they can select a mouse with loxP on both ...

Obese Infant Kacey Causes Concern

...s off for a ten year old as she weighs 31.5Kg. A whole team of doctors carried out a range of tests which failed to find any underlying medical cause for her condition. Today there is rising case of obese children right at the infant stage. They are concerned some parents are super sizing meal portio...

Early Pregnancy Test Reduces Down Syndrome in Children

...ndum-Nielsen. Although we have not yet studied the whole of the population, these numbers are significant enough to show that the new guidelines have been accepted by a great majority of Danish parents. However, there is a need for analysis of the psychosocial aspects, both as to the pre-test counselling a...

Non-invasive Screening in Early Pregnancy Halves Down's Syndrome Births

...m-Nielsen. "Although we have not yet studied the whole of the population, these numbers are significant enough to show that the new guidelines have been accepted by a great majority of Danish parents. However, there is a need for analysis of the psychosocial aspects, both as to the pre-test counselling a...

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