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Road accidents greater threat than AIDS, TB: WHO

... the world occur in developing countries, with South Asia accounting for a fifth of the fatalities. The region has witnessed a rapid increase in motorised traffic, typically over 10 percent annually in major urban areas, according to the WHO. The report highlights that most of the victims of road a...

Researchers developed world’s smallest toothbrus

... of corroding, wekening and melting. But the new toothbrush will have no such problems. This unique feature will probably give them an advantage to be motorised as well. The researchers who had designed the brushes, have made the base out of silicon carbide fibre with a single row of bristles. The end of ...

Heart patients should play Golf

...nefit). A few of the heart patients were working at 100 per cent of their capacity - and needed to ease off their exertions a little, maybe by using a motorised cart. The message is to work out the right level of exercise for you with your health care provider. ...

Exercise is necessary in daily life

...iversity of Alabama at Birmingham points to our modern way of life as being the major cause of physical inactivity. Modern conveniences, from cars and motorised lawn mowers to computer games and TV encourage too much sitting and lying around. Perhaps, he says, it's time to go back to the old ways - even just f...
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Mars Enduro

Description:... Enduro is the ideal partner when radiological examinations or interventions are required before, during or directly after an intervention. Due to the motorised longitudinal adjustment and the filigreed construction, MARS Enduro provides optimum working conditions in examination, induction and operating theatr...
Company:TRUMPF Medical Systems, Inc.

Ultra Q - SLT-upgradeable, Nd: YAG Photodisruptor

Description:... laser, with its fully integrated Nd: YAG laser photodisruptor and in-built motorised stand. The systems integrated slit lamp design continues the Laserex tradi... Total Access stand (wheelchair-accessible) configuration. Both stands are motorised for easy table height adjustment....
Company:Ellex (formerly Laserex)

Ultra Q, Nd: YAG Photodisruptor

Description:... laser, with its fully integrated Nd: YAG laser photodisruptor and in-built motorised stand. The systems integrated slit lamp design continues the Laserex tradi... Total Access stand (wheelchair-accessible) configuration. Both stands are motorised for easy table height adjustment....
Company:Ellex (formerly Laserex)
Motorised in Biological News

Heavy metal link to mutations, low growth and fertility among crustaceans in Sydney Harbor tributary

...harbour's seaweeds have the world's highest levels of copper and lead contamination as a consequence of stormwater run-off, industrial wastewaters and motorised watercraft. The new study found the mutations and lower growth and fertility persisted through several generations of M. plumulosa in controlled ...

Sydney harbors deadly diet for sea creatures

...ontaminated waterways. Heavy metals such as copper, lead and zinc find their way into Sydney Harbour from stormwater runoff, industrial waters and motorised watercraft. These seaweeds "bioaccumulate" metals inside their tissues and scientists use them to monitor environmental pollutants. Published in an...
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