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Prioritize Pregnant Women to Get Swine Flu Shot, Experts Say

...eveloped immune systems. A study published recently in the New England Journal of Medicine found just such a transfer of protection among a group of bangladeshi women and their offspring who received the seasonal flu vaccine. Dr. Marc Siegel, an associate professor of medicine at New York University Langone...

Nobel Prize Winner Professor Muhammad Yunus Leading Delegation From Bangladesh to World Health Care Congress to Advance Affordable Health Care Innovations

...h impact are positive, continuous improvements in coverage, disease prevention, quality of care and sustainability remain as top priorities." The bangladeshi delegation will be joined by others who will represent the spectrum of foreign health care leaders, from health ministries to hospitals, medical resea...

New cardiovascular score developed to improve heart attack and stroke detection

...round being nearly twice as likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke. For bangladeshi men, the risk increases by nearly 70 per cent. The National Institute fo...in this portion of the population, indicating that in Indian, Pakistani and bangladeshi women, the risk is 43 per cent, 80 per cent and 35 per cent higher, respect...

Lost in translation

...esearch Council (ESRC), investigated how Britain's bangladeshi community understand the disorders, and make decis...d: "Genetic disorder is likely to be understood by bangladeshi Muslims in Britain, at least initially, as a biome..., and indeed fard (obligatory) as an Islamic duty. bangladeshi families will therefore almost always look to the ...

World fertilizer prices continue to soar, scientists stress need for fertilizer efficiency

...elds have increased, reducing government fertilizer subsidies by $7.5 million. The Government of Bangladesh is expanding UDP to another 1.6 million bangladeshi farm families on almost 1 million hectares. IFDC has also introduced UDP technology to Cambodia, Vietnam, Nepal, Nigeria, Mali, Togo, and Malawi. Disc...

For Bangladeshis, a Nutritious Diet Would Cost 1,700 Pounds Per Week

... New research by the British charity Save the Children, shows that if a bangladeshi family wanted to eat a simple nutritious diet , they would have to spend three times their salary on food. According to official estimates rep...

Bangladeshi Wins America's Junior Miss Contest

... Nora Ali, daughter of bangladeshi immigrants to the United States, has been crowned America's Junior Miss 2007. Nora, 17, won the final competition, held in Alabama Saturday, b...

Female Reproductive Function Influenced by Childhood Environment

... compares reproductive hormone levels of groups of bangladeshi women who migrated at different periods of their l...The results of this study are relevant not only to bangladeshi groups, but to other migrant groups and population...had moved to the UK as children; second generation bangladeshi women living in the UK; women who were born and ra...

Healthier Childhood Leads to Higher Fertility

... seems to stand vindicated in a UK study covering bangladeshi women who migrated at different stages of life. ...of European descent, as compared to the levels for bangladeshi women who had never migrated and women who migrate... first three groups were higher than those for the bangladeshi women who had not migrated or who had migrated as ...

Low Birth Weight Babies On The Rise In UK.

... care. According to the report older women and teenagers are more likely to have tiny babies. When nationalities are considered, Indian, Pakistani and bangladeshi origin women are said to deliver under weight babies. The report states that lone parents were more likely to have a still birth. Similarly childr...
Bangladeshi in Biological News

Early rice harvests ease annual famine in Bangladesh

... bangladeshi farmers are benefiting from research that allows farmers to harvest rice ea...ll have more food and an opportunity to make some income," he said. The bangladeshi government is now also promoting the adoption of the shorter-duration rice ...

BIO-key(R) Fingerprint Biometrics Media Spotlights

... in identifying approximately ten million fake or duplicate names. "The process appears to have yielded a result that accurately reflects the will of bangladeshi voters," according to Constance Berry Newman, the head of a 65-person delegation of observers from the International Republican Institute, as reported...

BIO-key(R) to Showcase Biometric Security Applications at 2008 Biometric Technology Expo

...ology Innovations track on Tuesday, September 23, at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time. Mr. DePasquale's presentation is titled "Empowering People and Commerce: bangladeshi Voter Registration/National ID Program." The BCC is recognized as the leading global event addressing biometric-based solutions for homeland security,...

BIO-key(R) Issues Open Letter to Shareholders

... wins, we announced earlier in the year our ongoing involvement in the world's largest biometric deployment. We have enrolled over eighty-five million bangladeshi citizens since project deployment through our WEB-key technology and we are pleased to have received recognition -- along with our partners, Tiger IT ...

Gates funding to help poor rice farmers

...l Public Radio report in October 2007 visited a field of Sub1 rice grown by bangladeshi farmer Gobindra, the only person in his village who planted the seed before...oodproof counterpart is available at www.irri.org/timelapse.asp . Even bangladeshi farmers who were devastated by Cyclone Sidr in November last year which was...

Bangladesh to dramatically expand technology that doubles efficiency of urea fertilizer use

...as gaseous compounds or runoff. The technology not only improves farmer income, but creates employment because of the need for the briquettes. Ten bangladeshi manufacturers have produced and sold more than 2,000 briquette-making machines. The new UDP program will include the manufacture and establishment of ...

Researchers help develop pest-resistant eggplant for South Asia

...t the Bt eggplant would result in lower prices for consumers, higher yields for farmers and, by 2015, boost the Indian economy by $411 million and the bangladeshi economy by $37 million. "In spite of the green revolution in India, agricultural growth has stagnated there to less than 2 percent per year," said Ra...
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