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Study suggests antibiotic may prevent dreaded brain fever

...or the follow-up booster doses. It is also noteworthy to mention that at least in India prevalence of JE is predominantly observed in rural/remote and socio economically backward parts of the country. As there are multiple pockets of JE epidemic persists in the country, sometimes it is logistically difficu...

Rift Valley Fever Outbreak in Nairobi

...e hundred people are reported to be dead due to RVF and four hundred cases are reported sick. RVF in its previous bouts of attack has affected the socio economic status of the country. Munyao also confirmed that export market is not affected as shipment to overseas was completed before the outbreak of ...

Birth Order and Brain Tumor: Related?

...their older ones, seem to develop a resistance that protects them in late childhood, postulates the researchers. Researchers clarified that other socio economic factors that affect development of brain tumors cannot be entirely ruled out. MST...

Malaria: The Invincible Might of a Parasite, Nestled in a 'Mite'

...unity. Evolving effective malaria control programmes in vulnerable areas has been a challenge due to nascent health frameworks and extremely low socio economic surroundings. These problems have only escalated, with the parasite proliferating to a virulent form, defeating the host of anti-malarial dru...

Poor diabetics: bitter times and worse times with no sweet respite

...o those who suffer from the same illness in higher socio economic groups. Statistics reveal that Over...abetes which develops later in life(type2) and the socio economic deficiency across UK. Its appalling ...raints as compared to the more affluent and higher socio economic groups. They are also very unlikely to re...

Genes Identified To Protect Heart Muscles

...imental therapies in the clinical setting is years away, we believe that we are in the right path, and one worth pursuing, considering the devastating socio economic effects of this disease.’ Protection of Human Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells From H202-induced Apoptosis through Functional Codependence betwee...

Annual Budget 2006: Health And Education Sector Receive A Boost

... growth of the Indian economy over the past 4 years. Let us hope that this increased spending on the education and health sector would add momentum to socio economic growth and development of the country. ...

Eat 'The' Color and be healthy

... read information. However, the excitement over the CGDA system has been dampened due to the results of an earlier poll which stressed that lower socio economic and ethnic minority groups were unable to successfully use this system to identify nutrient content of the food. This would be 31% of the 2,6...

Handwashing prevents diarrhea and acute lower respiratory infections

... to cause millions of deaths of children under 5 years of age every year in the developing couintries, especially among people who belong to low socio economic groups. In the current study done in the squatter settlements in Karachi, Pakistan, neighbourhoods were randomly selected as the study...

Education in women brings sounder sleep

...group pf 15 years and older in the city of Taiwan. The researchers considered several factors other than gender differences, like the social roles and socio economic status. The results of the study had shown that there is a consistent difference between men and women regarding insomnia, with the dise...

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Socio in Biological Technology

Comprehensive Jatropha Standards Mandatory in Optimum Long-term Biofuel Efficacy

...a projects. The importance of addressing key factors such as creating local value chains, leveraging carbon finance potential and reviewing the socio economic dynamics of a particular region before undertaking large scale Jatropha projects. "To ensure sustained use of natural resources, the ...
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