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Ex-Hong Kong Health Chief Favourite For WHO Top Job

Former Hong Kong health director Margaret Chan Tuesday emerged as favourite to become the new director-general of the World Health Organisation (WHO). // The 60-year-old obstetrician, who led Hong Kong through the 2003 SARS crisis, topped a five-person shortlist of candidates released overnigh...

Potato Tops Poll To Be UK's National Veg

...cotland, July 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The humble spud has been voted the veg the UK would most like to be the national emblem of England, beating Wimbledon favourite Strawberries and Brussels sprouts to the title. This data comes from a new survey commissioned by AXA PPP healthcare's Nutrition and Fitness website: ...

Brits Kiss With Confidence - Some More Than Others

...and dry than face a wet kisser A quarter of women prefer eyes shut while men don't mind as much Tender and sensitive kissing is the most favourite type of snog while too much "tonsil tennis" is the least favoured bit of kissing for a fifth of Brits Toby Morgan, Values Manager for The...

Barriers to diabetes care include restaurants and high-risk lifestyles, says international review

...ng offered inappropriate food when visiting others was also an issue. favourite foods. Healthcare professionals did not always appreciate that patients disliked being denied their favourite foods and would cope better if they were incorporated in eating plans. ...

The Children's Mutual and Bounty Announce Arrival of New Child Trust Fund Partnership

...PRNewswire/ -- The Children's Mutual ( http://www.thechildrensmutual.co.uk/ ), leading provider and home of the Child Trust Fund, and Bounty, the UK's favourite parenting club have joined forces. Bounty has selected The Children's Mutual to provide its members with information on the Child Trust Fund (C...

Bounty Launches New Survival Guide Website for Dads

... mainly geared towards mums, says Bounty, the UK's favourite parenting club. Today, (25th September 2008) Bount...: - Bounty ( http://www.bounty.com ) is the UK's favourite parenting club, providing information, support and...in the UK. - http://www.bounty.com is the UK's favourite parenting website and the largest online meeting p...

Sex Bomb - What Really Turns Us On in the Naughty 'Noughties'?

...ale sex icons of the decade, the most romantic and/or sexy songs and films, favourite turn ons and turn offs, and even a chance to choose your favourite sexual position - gay, straight or lesbian - with handy cartoon illustratio...

Beauty Counter Direct Leads Customers Through the Maze of Self Tanning Products

...n, you can choose from skincare, fragrances, cosmetics, hair care, nail care, self tanning and beauty accessories. They provide a new way to buy your favourite beauty products offering both great savings and greater convenience. Browse through their extensive range at your convenience. Ordering couldn'...

Bounty Poll Reveals British Mums in the Dark Over Bisphenol-A in Baby Bottles

...damaged. Editors notes: - Bounty ( http://www.bounty.com ) is the UK's favourite parenting club, providing information, support and products for young fa... 750,000 annual births in the UK. - http://www.bounty.com is the UK's favourite parenting website and the largest online meeting point for mums in the U...

Is a cup of tea really the answer to everything -- even anthrax?

...lus anthracis more commonly know as anthrax. As a nation, Brits currently drink 165 million cups of tea, and the healing benefits of the nations favourite beverage have long been acknowledged. But now the team of scientists led by Professor Les Baillie from Welsh School of Pharmacy at Cardiff Univer...
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Tibia

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Genetic data promises new future for kiwi fruit

... Auckland, New Zealand - Kiwifruit lovers can look forward to new, novel forms of their favourite fruit thanks to the release this week of crucial genetic data which fruit breeders say will help them naturally breed new varieties with increased hea...

Coral's addiction to 'junk food'

...produces what they need. You could say they farm the algae, much as we farm crops. And the algae serve as the junk food chefs, providing the corals favourite food to order. Researchers in the Centre of Excellence are trying to understand the chemical and genetic basis for the conversation that goes on be...

Butterfly fish 'may face extinction'

...h would starve rather than eat a mixed diet, so they tested C. trifascialis in tank trials on a range of different corals. The fish grew well when its favourite coral was available but when this was removed and other sorts of corals offered, it grew thin, failed to thrive and some died. We call these kinds...

Tassie tiger no match for dingo

...esearchers applied this technique to test the hypothesis that the dingo would have substantially overlapped with the thylacine regarding its choice of favourite prey. Their results demonstrated considerable similarity between the two species, but also informative differences. The thylacine has a greate...

Elephantnose fish 'see' with their chin

...tor. Basically, this is precisely what the fish is doing. Hidden in the sediment there are large numbers of dead nematocera larvae waiting for it, its favourite food. Zoologists from the University of Bonn have hidden the larvae there. 'We wanted to see whether it can find them and if the answer is yes, the...

Bats prey on nocturnally migrating songbirds

...ative. New innovative approaches were thus necessary for proving the case. But how to study the foraging habits of an elusive predator that chases its favourite prey several hundreds if not thousands of metres above the ground in total darkness? To elucidate the mysterious habits of giant noctule bats, an...

Newts which regrow their hearts

...ribute to new cell therapies for patients with damaged organs (Journal of Cell Science, 2006). The red-spotted newt, Notophthalmus viridescens, is a favourite animal of the researchers working with Thomas Braun in Nauheim. This amphibian comes from the wetlands of North America, but it also feels quite at ho...

Seaweed could make junk food healthier

... to taste any different. "This compound can also be added to any number of foods, such as synthetic creams and yoghurts. With pork pies, one of my favourite foods, it could replace the gelatine which usually covers the meat, as the seaweed extract has gelling properties too." Prof Pearson, who has alrea...
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