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Pigs Population A Major Threat To Encephalitis Ravaged UP

The death toll from Japanese encephalitis in Uttar Pradesh crossed 800 Saturday. But the administration still seems unwilling to take on pigs - believed to be at the root of the virtual epidemic. The proliferation of pigs has made matters // worse as the animal is known to be the biggest host fo...

"The Safe" Way To Protect Against The Anguish Of Disaster Recovery

...n the harried moments leading up to an evacuation. Crucial documents and life's irreplaceable memories left at the disaster site are subject to being ravaged by fire or floodwaters, or buried deep beneath rubble. The SAFE will protect your most valuable information from ever being lost, misplaced or ruined...

National Meningitis Association Launches Interactive Online Panel About Meningitis Dangers

... Reach Out to Other Families at www.nmaus.org/panel MARIETTA, Ga., May 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Lori Buher and Marybeth Leeber each watched her child ravaged by meningococcal disease (also known as bacterial meningitis) -- enduring comas, painful skin grafts, organ transplants and multiple limb amputations....

Anthem Blue Cross to Support Members and Communities Impacted by Santa Barbara Fires

...ons, Leslie A. Margolin, president of Anthem Blue Cross said, "We are all saddened as we watch media reports of the beautiful Santa Barbara area being ravaged by these intense fires. The health and safety of our members, our associates and our communities is always our primary concern. At Anthem Blue Cross, ...

Red Cross Announces 'Change a Life' Contest Winners

...with the Shasta Area Chapter in Redding, CA, wrote about an experience she had providing comfort to a 94-year-old shelter resident after Hurricane Ike ravaged the Texas coast. For winning the contest, Geer and a guest will travel to Washington, D.C., to see country music artist Keith Urban and his band in c...

VillageReach Announces Results of Five-Year Health System Improvement Program in Mozambique

... the country of 21 million. Because of inadequate infrastructure for these "Last Mile" communities, health services are unreliable for most families. ravaged by disease and one of the world's highest infant mortality rates - nearly twenty times that of the US - Mozambique represents a challenging environmen...

i.HUG Foundation Receives International Grant: Hires a School Nurse to Improve Student Health and Learning

... KABALAGALA, Uganda, Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- In the midst of the AIDS crisis and other rampant diseases that have ravaged its impoverished community, the Kabalagala Community Academy (KCA) has finally begun to take its first steps toward healing. A $5,000 grant from the V...

VSP Program Provides Over $1.8 Million in Aid in 2008

...ch as eye exams and replacement eyewear to those affected by Hurricane Ike in Texas and MRT support and supplies for the Super Tuesday tornadoes which ravaged Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky. The mobile clinic and VSP eye doctors also provided relief and eyecare to fire crews battling ...

Study of ancient and modern plagues finds common features

...e no pre-existing immunity. This last factor played a key role in the smallpox epidemic that afflicted the Aztecs of 16th century Mexico. Smallpox had ravaged European communities for centuries, but until the Spanish arrived on the Yucatan coast in 1519, the disease was unknown in the New World. Historians b...

Red Cross Urges Safety in Wake of Hurricane Ike

... the subsequent flooding that is occurring. Many areas are open only to emergency responders, but once officials determine it is safe to enter storm ravaged areas, the Red Cross will work with partners to establish more than 25 kitchens that are capable of producing up to 500,000 meals per day. In those ar...
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amfAR Announces Funding for HIV Services and Research Aimed at Men Who Have Sex With Men in Developing Countries

...f access to health services have sparked alarming epidemics that threaten the lives of MSM in underdeveloped regions, mirroring the HIV epidemics that ravaged gay men in North America and Western Europe in the 1980s. "The MSM Initiative is working to galvanize a much needed global response to the enormou...
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Black death

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UCF professor develops vaccine to protect against black plague bioterror attack

... common form and is transmitted through fleabites and kills about 70 percent of those infected within 4-7 days if not treated. It was the version that ravaged Europe. If the early findings hold true, this vaccine could mean an extra layer of protection against natural epidemics and man-made threats. The C...

AVAC comments on NIAID decision not to move forward with PAVE 100 Trial

... science, preclinical work, and human trials of promising HIV vaccine candidates." Many communities around the world, including here in the U.S., are ravaged by HIV/AIDS. AVAC will continue to work with researchers, communities, policy makers and others to advocate for the development and delivery of a comp...

Volcano taming

...ng the advance of lava from Heimaey by dousing the flow with huge volumes of seawater. Meanwhile in Sicily, the town of Zafferana was saved from being ravaged by the 1991-1993 eruption cycle of Etna by huge earth walls built to divert the lava flow. Schuiling believes a geochemical approach might be effec...

Beetle dung helps forests recover from fire

...s and a handful of beetle droppings, University of Alberta forestry graduate Tyler Cobb has discovered why the bug-sized dung is so important to areas ravaged by fire. Cobb studied the burned-out area of a northern Alberta hamlet which was partially lost to wildfire during the blazing summer of 2001. By s...

Sweet potato shines as new promise for small enterprise and hunger relief in developing countries

...eetpotato to sustain their country. Sweetpotato kept millions from starvation in famine-plagued China in the early 1960s, and in Uganda, where a virus ravaged cassava crops in the 1990s, the hardy hero came to the rescue, nourishing millions in rural communities. Rich in carbohydrates and vitamin A, sweet...

Immunization rates hit record high in poor countries

...eds, grow, and survive." It's a pressing problem: In Shenandoah National Park most of the famous towering hemlocks are now dead. The adelgid has ravaged parts of Kentucky, North Carolina and the Smoky Mountains. Expanding northward, it has moved through Massachusetts into southern Maine and New Hampshi...

Fungal factories may save hemlock forests

...eds, grow, and survive." It's a pressing problem: In Shenandoah National Park most of the famous towering hemlocks are now dead. The adelgid has ravaged parts of Kentucky, North Carolina and the Smoky Mountains. Expanding northward, it has moved through Massachusetts into southern Maine and New Hampshi...

A natural chemical found in strawberries boosts memory in healthy mice

...Roughly one third of people age 60 and over suffer from memory and recall woes. As the average age of the U.S. population climbs, the number of people ravaged by Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia continues to rise. "Since the development of a basic understanding of the biochemical pathways ...

'Biobullets' fight harmful mussels

... British researchers have developed a "biobullet" that could help control an invasive mollusk that has ravaged U.S. waterways for nearly two decades clogging water pipes, virtually wiping out some native mussels species and causing billions of dollars in indust...

Wake Forest scientists find new combination vaccine effective against plague

... Plague, a bacterium that ravaged Europe in the Middle Ages and is today one of the most feared potential agents of bio-terrorism, may have met its match, according to Wake Forest Univ...
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UCF professor develops vaccine to protect against black plague bioterror attack

... common form and is transmitted through fleabites and kills about 70 percent of those infected within 4-7 days if not treated. It was the version that ravaged Europe. If the early findings hold true, this vaccine could mean an extra layer of protection against natural epidemics and man-made threats. The C...

UCF professor develops vaccine to protect against black plague bioterror attack

... common form and is transmitted through fleabites and kills about 70 percent of those infected within 4-7 days if not treated. It was the version that ravaged Europe. If the early findings hold true, this vaccine could mean an extra layer of protection against natural epidemics and man-made threats. The C...

UW-Madison Battles Prolific Computer Virus

... is experiencing problems with the SoBIG.F e-mail virus and requires campus e-mail users to help contain its spread. This virus and others, which have ravaged computers nationwide, has infected about 2,200 computers on campus and has affected the e-mail operations for all users. UW-Madison officials shut dow...

Wisconsin can lead the nation to energy independence

...s created by our dependence on risky sources of foreign oil combined with the rising costs and instability from Asias growing demand and our own storm ravaged infrastructure requires bold leadership by policy makers. We must pursue home-grown solutions including the use of corn based ethanol, biodiesel, cel...
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