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Health Board and Doctors’ Association clash on working hours issu

Dr Christopher Landrigan, from Harvard University, a specialist in the area of sleep deprivation has prepared a report on the repercussions of lack of sleep on health //care professionals. Presently, he has been deputed by the health board to lend his observations on the optimum working hours for D...

Guru’s Supporters Clash With CPI-M Me

Supporters of the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) and yoga guru Ramdev clashed violently on 5 January 2006. The supporters of the guru are // reported to have raised slogans against the CPI-M MP Brinda Karat, who leveled charges that the medicines of the guru were laced with animal and h...

A Decision Beyond Life and Death: Novel Examines Effects of Controversial Procedure on Patients, Their Families and Doctors

...treme measures to unveil the truth. Diving headlong into her investigation, Morrison's initial distrust of Dinsmore develops into genuine love. A clash with an extremist anti-abortion group leads to a climax that will have readers examining their own views on abortion, as well as the views of those se...

Gender is a relative term in politics, MU study finds

... be included as part of a major party ticket. On Thursday night, the nation will be watching as vice presidential candidates Sarah Palin and Joe Biden clash in the vice presidential debate. A revealing study by a University of Missouri researcher has found that male and female candidates, when debating hea...

Lost And Found -Tooth In A Sportsman's Head

...k by a doctor who made the startling discovery. The tooth belongs to 22-year-old Tweed Heads forward Matt Austin, who broke his jaw in a nasty head clash with Czislowski on April 1. Says Czislowski: "I had a really big head collision and got split straight away. We both got taken off and I knew th...

Actor Travolta Blames Psychotropic Drugs for US School Shootings

...y there is no such thing as a chemical imbalance, and psychiatry is a form of pseudoscience. As for what is his stand on the Mission Impossible actors clash with co-host of NBC's The Today Show Matt Lauer, Travolta insisted that had he would have not put his point of view so aggressively. How would...

More and More American Women Go for Facelifts to Get Jobs

...ness, good grooming or whatever is meant by beauty. Gray or white hair looks better on us as we move into our middle years and beyond. (Dye-jobs often clash with our skin tones)." ...

Resistance to Scientific Explanations By Children and Adults

...thor and graduate student Deena Skolnick Weisberg, there is resistance to central tenets of neuroscience and evolutionary biology because the concepts clash with intuitive beliefs about the immaterial nature of the soul and the purposeful design of humans and other animals. Children, for instance, ...

More and More American Women Go for Facelifts to Get Jobs

...ness, good grooming or whatever is meant by beauty. Gray or white hair looks better on us as we move into our middle years and beyond. (Dye-jobs often clash with our skin tones)." GPL/B ...

Delhi Police, Home Guards to Guard LNGP

...the hospital everyday. This is not the only incident of its kind at LNJP. A day after LNJP employees went on strike in January 2006, there was a clash between the medical staff and the relatives of a patient who died due to brain haemorrhage. Medicos for long have been complaining of inadequate...
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Clash in Biological News

'It takes a genome: How a clash between our genes and modern life is making us sick'

It's not just the climate that is struggling with what humans have done to the modern world, our genes are feeling the pressure as well, according to Professor Greg Gibson's recently published book. In It Takes a Genome: How a Clash Between Our Genes and Modern Life Is Making Us Sick , Profess...

Book examines clash of capitalism and the environment

New Haven, Conn.The environment will continue to deteriorate so long as capitalism continues to be the modern worlds economic engine, argues Gus Speth, dean of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, in his new book, The Bridge at the Edge of the World: Capitalism, the Environmen...

Study: Health undervalued in reproductive rights debate

...o refuse. "When women need the morning-after pill, the clock is ticking to prevent pregnancy," she said. "In these situations, you can see a direct clash between women's health and assertions of religious freedom. Increased pharmacist refusal to provide contraception and other actions like it are exactl...

Europe cores in EUROCORES: Ocean drilling in EuroMARC

... in the GLOW (Tropical Temperature History of Global Warming Events) project. Of course, there are also some downsides, as different personalities can clash as well as families and friends need to be left behind for a considerable time. The crew can be as big as a hundred people, comprising of the science ...

There is powerful evidence of evolution in human DNA

...son on the planet in RELICS OF EDEN: THE POWERFUL EVIDENCE OF EVOLUTION IN HUMAN DNA (Prometheus Books, $24.95). This book comes at a time when the clash between those who perceive evolution as a threat to religious faith and those who view religious fervor as a threat to science is as intense as it eve...

Environmental exodus

...n and the shorter the period over which it occurs, the harder it is to absorb the migrants, raising the likelihood of conflict. For instance, migrants clash over jobs, resources and way of life, and violent interactions such as theft, beating, armed scuffles, seizure of resources and property, murders and ...

Human clones: New U.N. analysis lays out world's choices

...ts view research cloning as the unethical production and destruction of living embryos to produce stem cells upon which such therapies are based. The clash of positions led to a compromise non-binding UN Declaration on Cloning. There have been no substantiated claims of cloned human embryos grown into ...

Major WHO study concludes calcium supplements can reduce complications during pregnancy

...ed as the input, and the various motions and shapes sampled are governed by Newtonian physics, the electric forces among atoms, the complementarity or clash of the different shapes that the enzyme takes, and penalties or bonuses for creating or relieving geometric strain. The scientists depict the prote...

Computer simulation hints at new HIV drug target

...ed as the input, and the various motions and shapes sampled are governed by Newtonian physics, the electric forces among atoms, the complementarity or clash of the different shapes that the enzyme takes, and penalties or bonuses for creating or relieving geometric strain. The scientists depict the prote...
Clash in Biological Technology

Physicists tweak quantum force, reducing barrier to tiny devices

... GAINESVILLE, Fla. Cymbals don't clash of their own accord in our world, anyway. But the quantum world is bizarrely different. Two metal plates, placed almost infinitesimally close toge...

How Wisconsin Can Maintain Its Lead in Stem Cell Research

...ucian values, such as the belief that human bodies are inherited from ancestors and should never be tampered with. So there was understandable culture clash in Seoul last week when South Korean researchers announced they had become the first to clone a mature, human embryo and then collect from it master ...

The mysteries and the future of Web sites

... exposure. Today without visibility, on e-commerce, Web sites are simply doomed. While billions of Web pages are poised for the right match, they only clash into the billions of surfing customers and simply flood each other. Millions of splashy logos with billions of expensive Web pages are all deeply subm...

Stay out of crossfire when Midwest technology workers go to war

...t's hard to know how these conflicts get started. Someone criticizes someone else's idea, one person gets promoted ahead of the other or personalities clash and don't get unclashed. Resentment brews and tempers flare. Pretty soon, one or both combatants are muttering about the other one's work habits, ...

Why you should never name your company after a fruit

... Computers, with Cable, Voice, or Technology? They all seem to be just one bundle of services. The iPod, iTunes and related items are now in direct clash with vinyl records and music sheets. True, they are closely related this time. Who knew then, when Beatles in 1968 picked up the name Apple quite inno...

Staying sane in a MAD world

...appointing results because the strategic rationale is forced, due diligence hurried and big risks underestimated or ignored. People and cultures often clash as yesterday's fierce competitors find it difficult to suddenly act like partners. Combining the best aspects of two distinct organizational cultures ...

CIO Leadership Series: David Cagigal, Alliant Energy

...lliant Energy and the people who work there forward. Q&A with David Cagigal What's the latest book you've read? Generations at Work: Managing the clash of Veterans, Boomers, Xers and Nexters in Your Work Place, by Ron Zemke What magazines do you read regularly? Fortune, CIO What web sites do...

Barriers will not stop convergence of medical technologies

...ir daily injection regimens. Despite this great accomplishment, the disease is by no means conquered. Due to lifestyle changes (some would say the clash of Neolithic genes with modern Western culture), the U.S. and indeed the entire world is experiencing an epidemic of diabetes. And while blood glucos...

In a fast-paced economy, lawmakers must pick up speed

...ical review end and missed opportunity begin? Debating societies are left behind The statewide video franchise bill is only one example of the clash between a political system that is purposely built to be deliberate - and markets that don't stand still for those who prefer more debate. In Gov....
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