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Ban on Hookah Smoking Should Stay, Argue Doctors

... Campaigners are trying to get hookah smoking exempted from englands smoking ban for cultural reasons. Despite there being little research into the health effects , doctors writing in this weeks BMJ say the ban should s...

Treat Every Patient as a Potential Organ Donor, British Health Official Says

...s across the world. Perhaps one way out could be treating everyone as a potential donor unless they explicitly refuse to consent , Sir Liam Donaldson, englands Chief Medical Officer has suggested. He has noted that current severe shortage only leads to the deaths of hundreds of patients on waiting lists ...

Growth of Smoke-Free Air Laws Worldwide; More Than 200 Million Found "Fully Protected"

...-free air in workplaces, including all restaurants, bars and pubs: Ireland, Uruguay, New Zealand, Bermuda, Iran, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. englands law takes effect July 1. France, Italy, South Africa and Hong Kong have implemented smoke-free laws covering most workplaces. In the United States, 9 ...
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Researchers offer new theory for dogfish and skate population outburst on George's Bank

...ns the long-held belief that a lack of predators and competitors was the primary cause for the increase of skates and dogfish observed in Southern New englands Georges Bank following overfishing of commercially important species in the 1980s. In an article appearing in the journal Ecological Applications, ...
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GE Healthcare wins $200m slice of Englands digital health-care plan

Source: gehealthcare.com Milwaukee GE Healthcare will provide digital imaging systems to the English government to power its electronic health-care initiative, the company announced on Monday. Englands National Health Service wants to install systems nationwide to allow medical images to b...

Digital pioneer wins national physics prize

...rdinand Braun Prize from the Society for Information Display; the (1998) Emmy Engineering Award from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences; (1997) englands Rank Prize; and (1995) Germanys Eduard Rhein Foundation Technology Award. ...

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