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Doctor Pours Ethics Down The Drain In A Bid To Make A Quick Buck

A former American doctor has pleaded guilty to writing steroid prescriptions for people she never met or examined , as part of a business that illegally distributed sex-enhancing drugs to hundreds of customers. Ana Maria Santi has become the second doctor to plead guilty in the federal invest...

Bill Gates pours in funds for diarrhea treatment reseach

A San Francisco nonprofit pharmaceutical company was given $46 million to develop its research on innovative treatments to deal with diseases // which cause diarrhea which is incidently the main reason for the loss of lives of almost two million chiidren around the world. The pharmaceutical ...

$68 million aid pours in from Gates Foundation to fight tropical diseases

Seattle: The initiatives to combat tropical diseases that ails many millions of people in parts of Africa, Asia and Latin America//, was given a renewed thrust by The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which announced four grants totaling to more than $68.2 million. This fund will assist in con...

Blue Dye Halts Worsening Paralysis in Animal Study

...nently worsen paralysis. This finding builds on landmark research that detailed how ATP, the vital energy source that keeps the body's cells alive, pours into the area around a spinal cord injury, killing off healthy and uninjured cells. This previous research also laid out a potential way to stop secon...

From slam poetry to plain language for health care

... SEATTLEThe doctor's mouth opens, and "medicalese" pours forth: words like "pyrosis" and "myocardial infarction." The patient's eyes glaze over. If only the doctor said "heartburn" or "heart attack," the pat...

No More Drama With TOMA LECHE

...al rollercoaster with tantrums, crying and laughing. What to do? He rushes into the kitchen, finds the answer to his prayer in the refrigerator, and pours her a glass of milk to soften the blow. When his girlfriend walks in, he hands her the "peace offering" and there was no more drama with TOMA LECHE. ...

Next Generation Waters - Nuu

...m/cgi-bin/prnh/20090618/LA34568 ) Nuu water is bottled from a natural spring in the highlands of Volcan, Chiriqui, Panama where fresh water pours out of thundering storm clouds, flows through layers of volcanic rock, naturally rises and is bottled at the source. Nuu water is produced with th...

Youth and Adults Throughout Illinois Urge Governor Blagojevich and Congress: Invest Our Tax Dollars Wisely

...people across the state ask the Illinois Governor and Congressional delegation to make wiser investments in sexual health education. Nearly $8 million pours into Illinois annually from federal tax sources supporting abstinence-only-until-marriage programs. By federal law, abstinence-only programs restrict ...

‘15by2015’ - A Campaign to Strengthen Primary Healthcare Around the World

...healthcare in developing countries. Basic health services are seriously underfunded and doctors are abandoning their home countries. While donor money pours in, it usually focuses on single diseases like AIDS, while the death rate remains higher for common conditions like malnutrition, diarrhea and respira...

Elliot Yamin: Fighting Diabetes

... his other passion: fighting diabetes. Recently he came to Washington to advocate for more government funding of diabetes. "There's so much money that pours in and I want to be a big part of the biggest part, which is making sure that the money is used properly and making sure that we have enough money to ...
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Thickened fluids

...as thick as a milkshake. Should pour in a continuous stream without "breaking" into drops. Honey thickened: Sticks to the sides of a cup like honey. pours very slowly. Pudding thickened: Will hold its shape when scooped with a spoon. ...
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UN pours polio vaccine into Yemen amid outbreak

As Yemen geared up for an end-of-month nationwide campaign to immunize all children under 5 against a fast-moving paralytic poliovirus outbreak, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said it was shipping in 6 million doses of polio vaccine. In addition, 10 experts from the World Health Org...

Biological sand filters, a practical approach to combat poverty and inequality

...organisms form a bacteriological purification zone. This process filters harmful pathogens from contaminated water. To use the filter, a person simply pours contaminated water into the household biosand filter and immediately collects treated water. The filters will do more than provide safe, clean dri...

Milkweed's evolutionary approach to caterpillars: Counter appetite with fast repair

...illars that eat their leaves. These include hairs on their leaves, heart poisons called cardenolides in their tissues and milky-white toxic latex that pours from the plants' tubes. A caterpillar's bite into a milkweed leaf leads to a flood of latex that is "like getting a gallon of sticky paint thrown into...

Mice with a migraine show signs of brain damage

... under tremendous stress, developing a voracious appetite for oxygen as it works frantically to restore the proper chemical balance. Oxygen-rich blood pours into the area to allow brain tissue to work overtime; the team found that the brain’s arteries expand by more than 50 percent to keep up with the dema...
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Climate change: When it rains it (really) pours

Virginia Key, Fla. Climate models have long predicted that global warming will increase the intensity of extreme precipitation events. A new study conducted at the University of Miami and the University of Reading (U.K.) provides the first observational evidence to confirm the link between a warm...

Google delves deep within your computer with new desktop tool

...tely makes obsolete the search function within Windows 2000 and Windows XP as well as the find function within Outlook. Windows searching laboriously pours over your whole computer. Google indexes everything in advance and can zip through it all in seconds with the same surgical accuracy youre used to fro...
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