Countries Defenceless Against Bird Flu
The World Health Organisation (WHO) and certain Indian officials say that once the virus takes hold in any country developed or not it would become very difficult to eradicate. // Officials admitted that they are facing an uphill battle against bird flu, which they fear could mutate and spread easi...
Treatment of Premature Babies, Opossums Could Help
...h develops as they hang off their mother's teats.
Not only does that make it easier for scientists to study them but a good understanding how the defenceless
young survive in the presence of disease-producing organisms known as pathogens would have much wider benefits.
'We can transfer that information...
Animal Lovers Protest Brutal Dog Killings
...urchase of all goods from Karnataka, including coffee, denim, silk and sandalwood products to protest the terrible brutalities committed against these defenceless
creatures," one of the activists Sonia Singh said in New Delhi.
The protestors vowed that they would take necessary action at every level to ens...
Angola To Launch A Massive Health Protection Campaign For The Children
Angola's health system had been ravaged over the years by a 27-year civil war that has left millions, especially children, defenceless
to a host of deadly and crippling diseases. Reports have stated that almost one-quarter of all Angolan children die before the age of five. This campa...
Gene Therapy Helps To Cure 'Incurable' Illness
... The immune systems of two men who were born with an "incurable" genetic disorder that made them almost defenceless
against bacterial and fungal infections has been repaired with Gene therapy. // Sixteen months after an operation to repair a defective gene, the once...
Abortion Does Not Increase Risk Of Depression In Women
...uses, was much stronger.
Even if abortion did no emotional or physical harm to women, it would still be wrong because it always takes an innocent, defenceless
human life, according to those against abortion, who hope that the act would be seen as a grave denial of basic human right in the future. The researc...
Drugs to stop burgeon of HIV
... budding by Vpu which indicates it will reduce the spread of the virus. "The virus will still replicate, but eventually the cell dies and the viruses, defenceless
without surface membranes, are eaten up by macrophages," he explained.
At present there are two types of anti-HIV drugs available – reverse trans...