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Shisha Owners Mobilise Against July 1 Smoking Ban in England

Businesses that offer customers shisha water pipes to smoke tobacco are waging an 11th-hour bid for an exemption to a smoking ban that comes into force in England on Sunday. Without the shisha, narguila or hookah, as the water pipes are variously called, dozens of restaurants will lose the...

Omega-3 fatty acids may benefit cancer patients undergoing major operations

...scle stores significantly. Research has shown that a loss of 5lbs of weight produces significant effects on quality of life and a patient's ability to mobilise and perform simple activities of daily living. Losing 4 lbs of muscle is even more significant". Professor John Reynolds said: "Omega 3 enriched ...

Scientists call up stem cell troops to repair the body using new drug combinations

...ritish Heart Foundation and the Wellcome Trust, is the first to selectively mobilise mesenchymal stem cells and endothelial progenitor cells from the bone marrow. Previous studies have only been able to mobilise the haematopoietic type of stem cell, which creates new blood cells. This t...

UCL academics awarded prestigious prizes for work on the heart

...ld Health, recognises a landmark discovery in the field of basic cardiovascular science when his team found that a protein called Thymosin beta4 could mobilise dormant cells from the epicardium to form new blood vessels in the heart a major step towards finding a DIY mechanism to repair injury following hear...

New study highlights stigma and stress of living with HIV/AIDS in Serbia

...ge with treatment support, in order to work to build greater trust and understanding on HIV within communities, and try to make it easier for PLHIV to mobilise themselves more effectively. Finally, they recommend that efforts are made to identify forums in which the voices of PLHIV can be heard and listened t...

NRI Threatens to Move US Congress for Justice in India

... An Indian American doctor has threatened to mobilise US congressmen and senators against Indian authorities denying him information under the Right to Information (RTI) Act in a case relating to his cru...

Are Main Rivers in Himalayas Under Threat?

...su, a former editor of Japan Times who now runs an independent documentary-making agency, is asking all SAARC countries along with China and Unesco to mobilise search and recovery operations on the slopes of Mt Everest and another Himalayan range, the Nanda Devi, to locate two radiation detectors planted ther...

African NGO Sets 20-million-dollar Goal to Fight Disease

...hairman of Friends Africa, said in a statement. Aig-Imoukhuede, who is also the managing director of a local bank, said the organisation will mobilise support for the funding from countries, corporations and wealthy individuals in and outside Africa. He said the body has approached Nigeria to...

NRI Threatens to Move US Congress for Justice in India

... An Indian American doctor has threatened to mobilise US congressmen and senators against Indian authorities denying him information// under the Right to Information (RTI) Act in a case relating to his cr...

Now Fight Iron Disorders With a Drug Against Hypertension

... commonly used to control blood pressure, helps the body deal with too much iron. "We observed in mice with iron overload that nifedipine helps mobilise iron from stores in the liver and enhances its excretion into the urine," says Weiss, an EMBL alumnus who now heads a lab at the Department for Genera...
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4 GBIF-endorsed campaigns underway

...seum dpfaithma@yahoo.com.au Claire Brown, UNEP WCMC claire.brown@unep-wcmc.org The GBIF 2010 Campaign, led by Australia and UNEP-WCMC, will mobilise and apply GBIF data to address the globally recognised biodiversity target for 2010 of a significant reduction in the current rate of biodiversity los...

Transgenic maize is more susceptible to aphids

...ltered. In Bt plants, they measured slightly higher concentrations of amino acids, which are essential nutrients for aphids. Moreover, the plant may mobilise energy resources for the production of the Bt toxin at the cost of producing substances that it normally uses in defence against aphids. ...

Putting an old drug to a new use

...ce commonly used to control blood pressure, helps the body deal with too much iron. "We observed in mice with iron overload that nifedipine helps mobilise iron from stores in the liver and enhances its excretion into the urine," says Weiss, an EMBL alumnus who now heads a lab at the Department for Genera...
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