Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh have been jointly given the award for the First Prize in the category of “Best State/UT: Comprehensive Development of Tourism.” The second and third prizes … continue reading
By December the winter season starts to fall and covers the kashmir valley to hibernate. But at the same time skiing at Gulmarg and the Himalayan chakore & Wild duck … continue reading
Srinagar is located in the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir. It is situated on the banks of river Jhelum. This place is especially famous for house boats, dry fruits … continue reading
Srinagar is one of several places that has been called the “Venice of the East” or the “Kashmiri Venice”. It is known for its lakes, which include Dal Lake – … continue reading
Stable flies are the latest suspect that may be involved in the West Nile virus deaths of hundreds of pelican chicks at the Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge in northeast Montana. West Nile virus killed 800 to 1,000 pelican chicks in 2003, averaged 400 in each of the next three summers and more than 600 this year.
A University of Sydney professor who developed a system to combat bioterrorism has received a major award from the US military.
When it comes to washing with soap and water, some Americans seem be slipping up. In an observational study sponsored by the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) and The Soap and Detergent Association (SDA), slightly over three-quarters of men and women (77%) washed their hands in public restrooms – a six percent decline from a similar study conducted in 2005.
Sleep-disordered breathing was common when chronic pain patients took prescribed opioids. A direct dose-response relationship was found between central sleep apnea and methadone and benzodiazepines, an association which had not been previously reported.
Severely obese patients who undergo gastric bypass surgery significantly reduce their risk of death from coronary heart disease, diabetes and cancer, according to research published in the Aug. 23, 2007, issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. The study was led by a team of researchers from the University of Utah School of Medicine and LDS Hospital.
Spine surgeon Paul Rubery, M.D., never imagined he would trade in his scalpel for Plaster of Paris, but that?s exactly what he?s planning to do in mid-August, when he learns a new, early treatment casting technique aimed at curing infants stricken with a devastating and aggressive form of scoliosis.