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Body Parts Industry Of U.S Under Investigation

...ion. It doesn't address the issue that started the whole thing. Says Robert Rigney, executive director of the American Association of Tissue Banks:If this is the end of it, they've missed some opportunities to improve tissue safety. If improperly screened and processed, cadaver tissues can cause lead to ...

Indonesia Facing Massive Hurdles Against Bird Flu

...erstand why you should cull all the poultry in the whole village when only one person is found sick.' Better disease prevention among farmers is also necessary to fight bird flu. 'It is a matter of changing the mentality of people and to make them really understand the disease,' El Bushra added. Malaysia...

Womans Death increases Pressure on LA Hospital to close down

...ld have survived if had received timely help. The whole incident was caught on camera, the video from an ER camera showed staff members and patients standing by as a janitor cleaned the floor around Rodriguez, who was buried Tuesday in Tehachapi, Calif. The woman's treatment was 'callous, it was a horr...

The Long Wait ... Dying for Lack of Kidneys

...at the soul of a person buried in a form less than whole could court trouble in the after-life. The same applies to living donors in Japan, where life and death are not based on brain death -- the end of mental activity -- but on cardiac arrest, because body parts are seen as part of the personality or sou...

Parkinsons Disease can Be Predicted by Metabolic Pathway

...alidated their findings using data from additional whole genome DNA and RNA variation datasets for Parkinso...mation from a dataset of DNA variations across the whole genome has been employed to study the joint effects of a subset of DNA variations within a defined b...

Quack of Gurgaon Confesses of Aborting 250 Female Fetuses

...rations were on. "We have decided to dig up the whole area surrounding the hospital. It is very likely that more remains would be recovered." Police have sent the fetuses and bones for forensic tests. According to Additional Superintendent of Police Anil Dhawan, the accused had been fined for practi...

Scientists Discover Rare ‘gene-for-gene’ Interaction That Helps Bacteria Kill Their Hot

...is research is that we have been able to study the whole genome of the bacteria to work out how it kills its host,” said Professor Stuart Reynolds from the University of Bath. “People studying diseases think that the kind of gene-for-gene interaction between pathogen and host that we have found is quite ...

Campaign Aims To Improve Nutrition Among Hispanics

...about the benefits of fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains now is available in some stores and churches in Dallas and Houston, and eventually will be distributed in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami and New York. The guide also includes recipes for healthier versions of some traditional Latin-Americ...

Major Change Needed to Achieve Dignified Care for Older People

...dividual practitioners and care homes, they say. A whole systems approach is much more likely to succeed; for example, changing infrastructure, procedures, management techniques, and staff training. Frontline care staff should not be made scapegoats; instead, their dignity should also be assured, they writ...

New Research Promises To Take The Pain Off Breast Feeding

...leeding nipple on the right and fed on my left the whole time which then became really sore. "It was really unbearable and I was half way to giving up at six weeks, and that's a big thing for me to admit”, she recalls. Yet, luck was on her side. Through an online mothers support group, Nicola who live...

India’s First ‘condom Bar’ Inaugurated by AIDS Patint

...ith. There were some apprehensions earlier but the whole concept has come out beautifully," CITCO managing director Jasbir Singh Bir told IANS. Chandigarh's AIDS control society project director Sonia Trikha appreciated the move by CITCO to spread awareness about the use of condoms through a regular bar...

Indian Doctor in Britain Made Record Eye Check-ups in a Day

... who was virtually blind. She was overwhelmed. The whole trip was very rewarding,' the 32-year-old optician said. During his two-week stay in the Indian city, Patel carried out more than 3,600 tests, according to the online edition of News Shopper. 'I'm definitely planning to do some more trips with V...

Shortage of Veterinarians Worry Public Health Experts in US

...cademy of Sciences. "We're kind of weakening the whole system," Schoen said. "The veterinarian is the fro...l many animals were sick, potentially wiping out a whole herd. ? Foot and mouth disease could enter the United States through imported animals or meat. Bec...

Intake of Cherries Could Cut the Risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Heart Disease

...ies and other health benefits. In the new study, whole tart cherry powder was fed to two groups of rats a... study is estimated to be about 1 ? to 1 ? cups of whole frozen cherries or a little more than ? cup of dried cherries. People with metabolic syndrome – c...

Canadian Scientists Create Human Cancer in Mouse

...w tool could help scientists better understand the whole process and more rationally target the critical pathways to eradicate these cells that lie at the heart of the cancer. Source-IANS/M...

National Academy of Sciences' Institute of Medicine Report Calls for More Dairy Foods at School

...and low-fat dairy products, fruits, vegetables and whole grains and limits the amount of saturated fat, sal... to encourage kids to eat more fruits, vegetables, whole grains and especially dairy foods, which give kids three of the five "nutrients of concern" identifi...

Priority Needs to Be Given to Maternal Health in Afghanistan

... men is very much needed to further the cause. The whole community has to be involved to make a difference. Female health personals are to be trained in order to look with the female patients. Ms Obaid went on to say that 'United Nations Population Fund and the UN country team that are working here are ...

Weight Issues In Children-Experts Take Stock

...ong healthy eating habits. Such foods will include whole grain biscuits, low fat yogurt, fruit and water. In Ottawa, Canada a child health summit has agreed upon making healthier lifestyles for children a national priority. The hosts of the summit, the Canadian Medical Association, Canadian Pediatric Soc...

Cough Up More for the Health of Afghan Women, UNFPA Urges

...ion of women to families and to the community as a whole translates as progress of the nation. Obviously when women are wronged, it shows in the health of the nation; Afghanistan bears testimony to the ills meted out to women. Therefore, measures to empower and uplift women will benefit Afghanistan as a ...

Pigs Quarantined in US Farm Following Melamine Contamination

...eration that sells to folks who come in and want a whole pig," said Steve Lyle, a CDFA spokesman. Officials urged those who purchased pigs from the farm since April 3 not to consume the product until further notice. Dr. Mark Horton, the state public health officer, said so far "evidence suggests a mini...

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