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TB Super-strain Found in Myanmar Migrants

The first cases of a dangerous, highly drug-resistant form of tuberculosis among Myanmar migrants have been diagnosed in the Thai border town of Mae Sot, aid workers said Monday. "We had confirmation for two cases in Mae Sot," said Andres Romero of the charity Doctors Without Borders (MSF). ...

Financial crisis increases suicides and homicides

...y ecological study, the analysis had several limitations. The analysis focused on the experience of entire populations, and vulnerable groups, such as migrants or refugees, could suffer disproportionately even when social spending was high. Data on social protections were also missing for many countries, in p...

Hard-to-Treat Leukemia Cell Subtype Identified

...ren's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., found that those who didn't respond to treatment had early T-cell precursors (ETPs). Believed to be recent migrants from the bone marrow to the thymus, they are substantially different to the lymphoid cells that standard chemotherapy normally attacks and may be resi...

Deportation Tied to Higher HIV Risk for Men Injecting Drugs

...d in the July 30 issue of Public Library of Science (PLoS) One . Tijuana, the largest city on the U.S./Mexico border, is on a major route for both migrants headed to the United States and drug trafficking. The largest number of drug users per capita in Mexico live here and an estimated 5,000 female sex wo...

Message for Activists at Latino National Congreso Convention: Amnesty Will Exacerbate National Problems and Turn the U.S. into Another Mexico

... 2006 Rand Corp. study, health care provided to illegal adult migrants alone costs about $6.4 billion a year nationally and that 68 percent of illegal migrants are uninsured. If another amnesty were adopted, tens of millions of newcomers, U.S.-born and foreign-born relatives of illegal migrants, could be adde...

Hispanic drug use rises in US culture

... are more family-oriented and have less tolerant views of drug and alcohol use, Akins said. Although acculturation and assimilation will provide some migrants with benefits such as wealth and job stability, immigration and acculturation can be a difficult process which has negative consequences as well. T...

Those Who Cure can Kill Dire Prophesy of the doctors Plot

... NHS Employers, the new Prime Minister told the Commons that the national health service would be asked to expand background checks on highly-skilled migrants before considering them for jobs. All the eight people arrested in the aftermath of two bungled car bombings, in London and Glasgow, are from ...

More Indian Doctors Questioned in Australia as UK Terror Plot Inquiry Widens

...ion in Brisbane. That would be very, very regrettable." Still, he added, he expected the federal government to review the screening process for migrants to Australia if necessary. ...

Ships to the Rescue of Medically Deprived Assamese

...y are also dealing with malaria and Japanese encephalitis cases. As most of the people on these islands, comprising Assamese, Bengalis, Bihari migrants and tribals, are cattle herders the ships also carry a veterinary team each, which trains local to treat their animals. A team of 25 personnel...

Indian, Iraqi Medics may Face Terror Stigma Overseas

..., among them people who qualified in Jordan, India and Iraq. Overseas doctors have started voicing concerns over the new stringent checks for migrants wishing to work in the NHS. Dr. Pasad Rao, the chairman of the British International Doctors' Association (BIDA), said: "We have some concerns...

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Migrants in Biological News

Biometrics Help Identify, Apprehend and Deter Illegal Migrants

WASHINGTON, Nov. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced today that in the first year of operation, its biometrics-at-sea program has been a success and accomplished its intended goals. In its first 12 months, the program collected biometric data from 1,368 ...

Climate change could drive vast human migrations

.... The glacier-fed basins of the Ganges, Brahmaputra, Irawaddy, Salween, Mekong, Yangtze and Yellow rivers now support over 1.4 billion people. Most migrants will probably move within their own countries, or to countries next door. Many will be poor, and many will be unable to move far enough to improve the...

Conservationists seek to identify prime stopover sites for migrating birds

.... "There will be resident birds there, Neotropical migrants and temperate migrants that fly shorter distances," he says. "We don't wa... to verify the best stopover sites for Neotropical migrants and will help refine the study before the larger t...

Genetic evidence for avian influenza movement from Asia to North America via wild birds

...ildlife Health Center and co-author of the study. Franson added that most of the previous studies examined bird species that are not transcontinental migrants or were from mid-latitude locales in North America, regions far removed from sources of Asian strains of avian influenza. Scientists with the USGS,...

Migratory moths may hitch their rides, but they're anything but drifters

...rited preferred direction," said Jason Chapman of Rothamsted Research in the United Kingdom. "The obvious question arising from that study was: do the migrants also have specialized behaviors to enable them to carry out the spring northwards migrations, or do they just drift with the wind?" To answer that ...

Y chromosome study sheds light on Athapaskan migration to southwest US

...ns, the Navajo and Apache descendants of the early migrants are dispersed throughout the central Southwest and...s of California and Oregon.) How the Athapaskan migrants were able to spread their language and genes so ...essfully is unknown. Anthropologists note that the migrants probably arrived in the Southwest at a time of str...

Killer whales, blind bats, discriminating dolphins, mating birds

...order to map the patterns of bird calls as a function of time and location. His presentation will show that acoustic data results from vocal nocturnal migrants correspond with the more traditional methods of bird banding and ground observations and can be an effective and complimentary method of monitoring bi...

Birds migrate earlier, but some may be left behind as the climate warms rapidly

...an early spring in Massachusettsthe short-distance migrants can gain insight into when it will be warm further...id in the past. It appears that the short-distance migrants are keeping pace with this changing environment. However, long-distance migrants are being left behind; as temperatures continue to...

Smithsonian researchers show major role of bats in plant protection

...ds are more important insect predators in the dry season, when migratory birds are present, but are less important than bats in the rainy season, when migrants are absent. It is clear from both studies that bats play an extremely important role in the food chain in the tropics and probably in temperate are...

Texas A&M scientists say early Americans arrived earlier

...e Study of the First Americans, and Dennis H. ORourke, an anthropology professor at the University of Utah. Previous theories stated that the first migrants spread from Beringia to Tierra del Fuego over a few centuries about. Goebel says scientists have concluded that the peopling of America was a much mor...
Migrants in Biological Definition

Drosophila

...l regions. "The fruit fly, is a cosmopolitan holometabolous insect, that is found in all warm countries, while in cooler regions, it is established by migrants during the summer or can over winter in warm places." (Weigmann, 2003) They appear on over-ripe fruit in kitchens, they swarm in thousands about th...
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