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Less of a stink in diabetes patients?

Hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) is commonly associated with smell of rotten eggs, stink bombs and blocked drains but lower blood levels of the gas are possibly linked to cardiovascular complications in some male patients with type II diabetes, according to research recently presented by researchers at th...

'Rotten eggs' in the blood

... Hydrogen sulphide (H 2 S) is a gas most commonly associated with the smell of stink bombs, sewage and rotten eggs, but a team of researchers from the Peninsula Medical School in the South West of England and Kings College London have ...

After Bringing Cheer Rains Choke Delhi's Roads

...nt weather till Wednesday. While the city dwellers are relieved from the scorching sun, the dread of the water choked roads and the unbearable stink due to overflowing drains have become a sore point. The air conditioned Metro that brought relief during sweltering summer days has again come...

Maimed Conscience and Maimed Beggars (Medical Ethics in India) – Part

...ernment (as in Amritsar case) has been a regular feature of news in India. Like the current case it causes a furor for a short time and the nauseating stink in the community settles with time till something else crops up. Kickbacks for investigations to the doctors by laboratories and hospitals and ...
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Stuff of stink bombs investigated for role in pregnancy

Scientists at the University of Leicester are investigating how the stuff of stink bombs and flatulence could play a critical role in the human reproductive system. Hydrogen sulphide partially responsible for the foul odour of stink bombs- is also a toxic gas and has been used for chemical warf...
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IT wildfires

...ou might be able to keep such folks busy. In smaller or less contentious organizations, where there arent fires burning all the time, those folks that stink of smoke and char make the regular employees nervous. And those instincts and reflexes that make for good organizational firefighters also make for se...

Centralization mania takes over

...s display known as the Internet Bubble. As always, today's solution is tomorrow's problem. The flood tide of localized computing left the rotting fish stink of runaway costs and decaying reliability in executive suites across the land. Wholesale outsourcing was the first instinct in many of those suite...
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