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Health Care Disparities cause of inaccessibility to new technology

Researchers feel that health care disparities occurs in the use of new technology for disease treatment between minorities and children’s, which make them not accessible to new technology and treatments in health care//. Researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital have reported that Health ca...

1/3 of farm workers' children lack health insurance

...s would need to consider other barriers that impede insurance enrollment and retention, such as the complexity of applications, language barriers, the inaccessibility of enrollment sites in rural areas and parents' fear of using services or misunderstanding of eligibility guidelines," they conclude. "Efforts to addr...

Mercy Ships Recognizes International Day of Disabled Persons

...t; states Dr. Gary Parker, chief surgeon and 21-year veteran volunteer onboard the Africa Mercy . "But the additional social stigma added to the inaccessibility of health care, further complicates the difficulties that disabled people face. Every person we can help will also help change attitudes in their comm...

Women Do Not Have Access To Free Mammograms

... Women in New Zealand are failing to get regular mammograms doe because of inaccessibility to the promised facilities, TVNZ reports.// Breast Cancer Aotearoa Coalition Deputy Chairwoman Claire Ryan said that only about 19 percent of th...

Pharmac Blamed Of Depriving People of Lifesaving Drug

... the access of statins to the patients who were in dire need of the drug. This has increased the number of people suffering from heart problems due to inaccessibility of the drug. Hence the cardiologists accuse the agency of patient neglect and public deceit. The statins are very efficient in lowering the chole...

Poverty Claims Valuable Lives Of Children In Orissa

...ave generated awareness, the impact is limited. "As far as the health scenario among the tribal population is concerned, high rate of illiteracy, inaccessibility and lack of quality services contribute to the high infant mortality," says Tom Olsen, the UNICEF state representative. "The policies are good b...

International Conference On Malaria - 'Laveran To Genomics'

... parasites against the drug Chloroquine. The new drug combination consists of combining sulfoxide pyremethamine and artesunate. India had to deal with inaccessibility of certain areas and poor health seeking behavior in remote localities. Monitoring of insecticides and drug resistance was being done in the problem a...
inaccessibility in Biological News

Expeditions reveal gulf of California's deep sea secrets, as well as human imprints

...epSee submersible gave the researchers unique access to environments below 50 meters (164 feet), depths virtually unknown in the gulf because of their inaccessibility below scuba diving levels. "Our investigation resulted in many new discoveries, which included new species of invertebrates and possibly fishes," ...

Wildlife Conservation Society discovers 'Planet of the Apes'

...ed to such high numbers of gorillas including: successful long-term conservation management of the Republic of Congo's protected areas; remoteness and inaccessibility of some of the key locations where the gorillas were found; and a food-rich habitat, particularly in some of the swamp forests and the herb-rich "Mara...

Scientists discover new reefs teeming with marine life in Brazil

...from 60 to 220 feet (20 to 73 meters) using a side scan sonar which produces a three-dimensional map of the marine seabed. "Due to their relative inaccessibility and depth, the newly discovered reefs are teeming with life, in some places harboring 30 times the density of marine life than the known, shallower re...

Using ground-penetrating radar to observe hidden underground water processes

...arbon sequestration and carbon-cycle feedbacks, which could substantially affect climate change. The vadose zones inherent spatial variability and inaccessibility make direct observation of the important belowground (termed subsurface) processes difficult. Conventional soil sampling is destructive, laborious, ex...
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