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George Bush pledges 200 million dollars for AIDS relief

...r AIDS activists have brushed aside the payment as woefully inadequate and asked for more. Details on the fund's operation are yet to crystallize. The UN General Assembly is due to hold a special session to discuss the global AIDS scenario and the corrective measures the world body plans to launch on June 25 ...

Liver transplant oversight urged

...at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, which was woefully inadequate post-surgical care, when a 57-year-old man died after donating 50 percent of his liver to his brother. In their proposal, James Trotter and three colleagues at Denver's University of Colorado said an external regulator should carry out th...

A pill for those who live to eat !

...s in their tracks. Alarmingly, 23%of Britain are woefully obese...

Rise in Obesity Rates in 31 States

... limited in scope, designed for the short term and woefully underfunded." He added, "It's a shared responsibility involving individual and society." Dr. Jeffrey P. Koplan, vice president for academic affairs at Emory University's Woodruff Health Science Center, and chairman of the Institute of Medicine ...

Delhi's Sanitation in a Pathetic State: UNDP

...s functioning. The city's 17 sewerage plants are woefully inadequate to process the waste produced by its around 15 million population. The plants can process less than half the waste produced and most of the plants operate far below capacity. The end result is that less than half of the city's waste is ...

Indonesia En Route to HIV Epidemic, Experts Warn

...ory in more developed regions of the nation, it is woefully the opposite among the less educated and the poor, and especially negligible in far off villages. One of the factors contributing to the country’s economy is prostitution and the repercussions are been seen. Drug addicts and sex workers are spread...

American State Lawmakers Make Moves To Tackle Autism

...s and 89 percent live at home. "We are woefully, woefully unprepared," Goldfarb was quoted, lobbying senators to support creating a task force on adult autism.Autism is a complex disorder usually not diagnosed in children until after age 3. It is characterized by a range of behaviors, including difficulty i...

Female Infanticide and Feticide Continue to Increase

...ints out that a recent study found they were still woefully underrepresented in the boardroom, in politics and the courts. While the pay gap between young men and women is 3.7 per cent, it rises to 10.7 per cent for those in their thirties. "Even if you look at the UK, life is still difficult for some minor...

Dengue Deaths Sweeping Cambodia Highlight Healthcare Failures

...rouch Chhmar. This combination has left Cambodia woefully unprepared for the current dengue outbreak. "People's understanding of sanitation is still very low," Mam Bun Heng says. "We are educating them," but about three million dollars will be needed to fight yearly outbreaks of dengue. Despite massive ...

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