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Measles: No Measly Threat!

Measles has not been feared for a while due to its eradication, yet people could still be susceptible to an attack especially if they have not been vaccinated says a recent report.// Researchers recalled the measles outbreak in 2005 in Indiana, which had spread after an unvaccinated teenager...

President's FY09 Budget - A Disaster for Domestic AIDS: Congress Must Fund Critical Healthcare Priorities

...nding programs, the President is proposing to cut HIV prevention programs," Copello continued. "It is appalling that the President is recommending a measly $1 million or .004% increase for the Ryan White CARE Act, which provides healthcare and medications for low-income people living with HIV/AIDS," added...

Multinationals Exploit Groundwater Sources, and People Suffer

...380,451,712. If Nestl nets one-fifth of what that water sells for, it would make over $1 billion a year. But it will pay the community a despicably measly 000087 cents per gallon for the water it takes from McCloud's springs. Interestingly while Nestl maintains the rights to the water, the legal ...

Child Abuse - When God’s Gifts Land in Devils’ Clutchs

...d a small frame, Priya worked like a well - oiled machine. She worked as a house-maid in an affluent home from dawn to dusk virtually with no rest and measly pay. At the time when she should have been in school, she was helping her parents to make ends meet. She had three younger siblings who depended on he...

A Secret Dossier Predicts Major Changes At NHS, England

...overnment's disastrous management of the health service has been revealed by the leakage of a document, which predicts a crippling shortage of nurses, measly pay rises// and strikes. A copy of a secret Government memo on pay and workforce strategy reveals that 37000 posts are in danger as the Governme...

Mummy’s place is at home, reveals surve

...nger kids// below five years of age find moms yummier if they are at home, a survey reveals. A survey conducted in New Zealand had shown that a measly two percent are okay with mothers getting back to work full time, despite having young children to take care of. The Massey University study revealed ...
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Cells direct membrane traffic by channel width

... For a glycerol molecule, a measly angstrom's difference in diameter is a road-closed sign: You can't squeeze through unless you are a sleek, water-molecule-sized sports car, say scient...
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SGI, Introduces Powerful High End Visualization Tools

...e/performance improvement over the Onyx InfiniteReality model, offering eight times the performance of its predecessor at an entry price of $45,000 a measly one-fifth of the InfiniteRealitys price tag. What is truly remarkable is that SGI managed to achieve this incredible level of price [and] performan...
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