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Tuberculosis, A Challenge To The Political Will Of Governments, Says Veteran Crusader

...d Revised National Tuberculosis Control Program (RNTCP), and its key strategy of Directly Observed Treatment, Short-course (DOTS) . The figures reeled out by the Directorate General of the country - 600,000 health workers, more than 11,500 laboratory microscopy centers, covering the entire population...

Winter Warmth Breaks All Records

... millions of people could face starvation. At the same time, tens of millions of others would be flooded out of their homes each year as the Earth reeled from rising temperatures and sea levels. Tropical diseases like malaria would spread. By 2050, polar bears would mostly be found in zoos, their ha...

Black and White in ‘Shades of Grey

...idual being favored or discriminated against, // but the mother of all reasons is, the person’s skin color . Recently, the voyeuristic world reeled under the impact of the venom spewed on Shilpa Shetty by fellow contestants on UK’s reality show, ‘Celebrity Big Brother’. The participants, who were ...

Hospitals In Scotland Not Diagnosing DVT Properly

...cing breathing difficulties and was rushed to a hospital in Greenock, but her condition deteriorated badly and she passed away. The post-mortem report reeled that the clot in her leg would have probably been there fro several days. Prof Brown had expressed concern about the failure of the doctors to p...
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Solutions that reduce death of marine life reeled in by International Smart Gear Competition

As the world prepared to observe Earth Day, World Wildlife Fund and its partners in the International Smart Gear Competition announced three new winning solutions to prevent the accidental maiming and killing of marine mammals, juvenile fish, and sea turtles that become ensnared by fishing nets and...

Research cautions to catch-and-release in less than 4 minutes

...able online in the journal Comparative Biochemical and Physiology Part A and will be published in an upcoming issue. "Whenever a fish is caught and reeled in, it expends a lot of energy so that's one stressor," said Suski. Depending upon the skill of the angler, the catching can last a long time and put...
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