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Alaska reporter reveals she owns a marijuana business on live TV

Sep 23, 2014

Alaska reporter reveals she owns a marijuana business on live TV

A television reporter quit her job on live TV with a big fourletter flourish after revealing she owns a medical marijuana business and intends to press for legalisation of recreational pot in Alaska. #US #Alaska #Washington #Colorado #marijuana #Weed #pot #legalising weed #medical marijuana
Denmark to send four experts to Liberia to combat Ebola

Sep 16, 2014

Denmark to send four experts to Liberia to combat Ebola

Denmark will be sending four experts to Liberia to help support the global fight against the spread of the Ebola virus. #World #ThisisNext #Health #WHO #Africa #Denmark #Liberia #epidemic #Virus #Ebola #Experts #Disease #Outbreak #medical aid #Monrovia #DEMA
VHP organises free medical camps in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir

Sep 15, 2014

VHP organises free medical camps in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir

Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) in association with several social organisations organised three-day long free medical camps in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir. #India #Jammu and Kashmir #NewsTracker #Floods #Rescue #Srinagar #Disaster #Aid #Vishva Hindu Parishad #VHP #calamity #Medical camps #Flash Flood #BJSS
Jammu and Kashmir floods Army has given medical aid to over 53,000 victims

Sep 15, 2014

Jammu and Kashmir floods Army has given medical aid to over 53,000 victims

Army has treated 53,082 flood victims in Jammu and Kashmir, where 80 medical teams of the Armed Forces Medical Services are already operating in full swing. #India #Jammu and Kashmir #NewsTracker #Army #Floods #Rescue #Srinagar #Disaster #calamity #medical aid #Flash Flood
Obama to discuss Ebola aid with US medical experts next week

Sep 13, 2014

Obama to discuss Ebola aid with US medical experts next week

Barack Obama will meet leading US medical experts as he considers how to follow through on his pledge to step up aid to Africa over the Ebola epidemic. #World #ThisisNext #Barack Obama #US #Africa #Liberia #epidemic #US President #Sierra Leone #Virus #Ebola #Disease #Outbreak #Guinea #medical experts

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Breakthrough in AIDS battle How relevant for India?

May 16, 2011

Breakthrough in AIDS battle How relevant for India?

The new study on HIV/AIDS, which said treating infected people with antiretrovirals early on could stop infection transmission, sounds promising. However, early detection and the course of medication are still huge challenges. #HIV/AIDS #Health/Medical/Pharmaceuticals #Duesberg hypothesis #HIV
Breakthrough in AIDS battle How relevant for India?

Oct 02, 2014

Medical marijuana forum this evening

A group of experts assembled Wednesday by the Herald Tribune and New College as part of the ongoing “Hot Topics” series of community forums discussed medical marijuana Wednesda...
Breakthrough in AIDS battle How relevant for India?

Oct 02, 2014

People who can no longer smell peppermint, fish, rose or leather 'may have only five years left to live'

A poor sense of smell raises the odds of death more than established medical conditions including cancer, say University of Chicago researchers...
Breakthrough in AIDS battle How relevant for India?

Oct 02, 2014

Ebola infecting five new people every hour in Sierra Leone, figures show

Save the Children warns that terrifying rate of spread will overwhelm countrys fragile health system Ebola is spreading at the rate of five new cases an hour in Sierra Leone, according to figures released as world leaders and experts on disease contr... #London #Sierra Leone #Save the Children #Africa