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Fundacion Azteca and Fundacion Azteca America Present 50th Movimiento Azteca to Increase Awareness and Raise Funds for Prenatal and Natal Care

MEXICO CITY, April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Fundacion Azteca in Mexico and Fundacion Azteca America in the United States are proud to join efforts to commemorate the 50th Movimiento Azteca. Both organizations are part of Grupo Salinas, a Mexican conglomerate founded by entrepreneur Ricardo B. Salin...

The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer Reports From South Africa on Renewed Efforts to Combat HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis

...any of them living in Africa. South African health officials refer to these children as "the lost generation." Suarez visits a rural area in KwaZulu natal where children, like the Masokas, act as the head of their households, struggling to raise their siblings and struggling to survive. A web site d...

Medical Tourism Comes to Macao -- World's Largest Integrative One-Stop Wellness Centre MaloClinicSPA Opens at The Venetian(R) Macao-Resort-Hotel

...management -- Stress management -- Asthma and upper respiratory management -- Menopause and empowerment for change -- Pregnancy -- pre natal planning and care -- Men's sexual health through the ageing process -- Heart disease and prevention -- Smoking cessation -- Nutrition ...

Meijer Pharmacies to Offer Free Pre-Natal Vitamins

...ell-known brands of pre-natal vitamins. These include NatalCare Plus, Ultra natal Care, natal Care Glosstabs, Advanced NatalCare, and NataTab Rx. It has been shown tha...

Females avoid incest by causing male relatives to leave home

...es decided to move away from home. The new research on spotted hyenas, published in Nature this week, shows that the reason most males move from their natal group is because of female mate-choice the rules females use when choosing which of the many male group members will sire their offspring. The re...

Union Budget: Impact on Health Sector

...er socio-economic group. ? There is also an attempt to merge various national health programmes, such as those taking care of immunization, ante- natal care, nutrition and sanitation The angavadi centers have been assigned to the helm of affairs. The finance minister announced that 320,000 As...

Maternity leave mooted for South African girls

...g. In 2004, 632 schoolgirls became pregnant at schools in the KwaZulu natal province, compared to 887 this year, according to a survey that noted most ... four months off school as an incentive to fall pregnant. The KwaZulu natal survey meanwhile showed in the province of high unemployment rates some gir...

'Ire' of Irish Moms pained over maternity services in Ireland.

...ted by most hospitals there like extremely long waiting periods during ante natal check–ups, little or dismally poor communication between the doctors and pa...he fact that most women are put through a battery of procedures during ante natal period and during delivery involving new technology which most women feel i...

Compulsory Rural Stint for Doctors: Ramadoss

...cing the burden of diseases in rural areas. The health ministry also plans to train medical students in carrying out safe deliveries and in neo natal care. Through providing doctors with multi skills, it hopes to meet the acute shortage of trained personnel in rural areas. "Of the 3,222 commu...

Sex Determination Test Informers to be Rewarded

...,000. Health authorities said show cause notices have been served on four ultrasound centres in Kaithal town for violating provisions of the Pre natal Diagnostic Techniques (PNDT) Act. If these centres fail to furnish satisfactory replies their registration will be cancelled and their ultrasoun...

How HIV "Exhausts" Killer T Cells

...e journal Nature. Walker is also at the Partners AIDS Research Center and Harvard Medical School. Other co-authors were from the University of KwaZulu natal in South Africa, Oxford University, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute of Harvard Medical School, Emory University School of Medicine, and The Wistar Instit...

PMS - All in the Mind

... A recent research has revealed that PMS, menopause and post natal depression are all in women's minds rather than changes in hormones. // ...most of these symptoms for pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS), menopause and post natal depression (PND) are primarily caused by stress. Professor of women's h...

No harm in reducing prenatal check up to 3 - 6 times says WHO report

...as had safe deliveries in the past and if she can take care of herself well in the run up to the delivery, she can actually cut down the number of pre natal visits from 8 - 11 times to 3 - 6 times. The idea is not to discourage a pregnant woman from going to a doctor. Atleast 3 - 6 visits are a must. Bu...
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