Nicotine Withdrawal Leads to Outrageous Reactions in Smokers in ICU: Researchers

Nicotine Withdrawal Leads to Outrageous Reactions in Smokers in ICU: Researchers

Researchers from Caen University Hospital in France have found that smokers admitted in intensive care units can get outrageous and dangerously agitated on the withdrawal of nicotine.

Local Volunteers Take Up Underage Alcohol Dangers’ Awareness Drive

Local Volunteers Take Up Underage Alcohol Dangers’ Awareness Drive

In view of the rising number of alcohol related deaths in US every year, a local group of volunteers have come up with certain effort to contribute to the improvements in the scenario. They have been focusing on raising awareness on the risks of underage drinking.

Comedian Boyle Faces Tough Time for Cracking Jokes on AIDS Victims

Comedian Boyle Faces Tough Time for Cracking Jokes on AIDS Victims

Comedy star Frankie Boyle has been facing severe criticism and agitation of people for making fun of AIDS patients in an on-stage performance wherein he was openly condemned by Sharon Smith, mother of a 5 year-old girl with Down's Syndrome.

In a stand-up show, Boyle spoke foul about the sufferers and their parents by making funny remarks on their hair, clothing and voices.

McMaster University Researchers Trace HIV Functioning in Women’s Body

McMaster University Researchers Trace HIV Functioning in Women’s Body

McMaster University researchers have found that HIV functions by deteriorating "barrier" cells, which fight infection, in women. The study revealed that the virus does not attack directly.

Researchers Claim Healthy Lifestyle Reduces Risk of Dementia

Researchers Claim Healthy Lifestyle Reduces Risk of Dementia

University of Edinburgh researchers have suggested that a healthy lifestyle which includes regular exercise and consumption of a healthy diet can prove highly beneficial in reducing the risk of dementia in people.

FDA Deems Lipodissolve Injection Ineffective in Weight loss

FDA Deems Lipodissolve Injection Ineffective in Weight loss

Man has been known to look for easier options in life. Most technological inventions are designed to make the life of humans easy. This is innate in man.

UK Reports Rise in Sales of Cars in 2010

UK Reports Rise in Sales of Cars in 2010

Statistics reveal that the number of newly registered cars in the UK has increased for the ninth successive month. There has been a rise of 26.6% in March in comparison with the sales of cars during the same period last year.

Shaken Baby Syndrome: Past the Family

Shaken Baby Syndrome: Past the Family

With April being Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month, the Yolo County Children's Alliance and Child Abuse Prevention Council is paying attention on preventing newborn deaths from taking place, according to local abuse experts.

The Bribery Act at Last Receives Royal Consent

The Bribery Act at Last Receives Royal Consent

The Bribery Act managed to get Royal consent yesterday. The Act is a representation of the major changes that have been brought in UK laws in the areas of business and trade for numerous generations.

UK firms now have a new class of risks to find ways with the introduction of this legislation.

Credit Suisse Has Been Told to Pay a Fine 1.75 Million Pounds Failing to Provide Accurate Reports

Credit Suisse Has Been Told to Pay a Fine 1.75 Million Pounds Failing to Provide

Along with other three firms, Credit Suisse has been ordered to pay a fine of 1.75 million pounds after it failed to give correct transactions to the Financial Services Authority in time.

Market manufacturer, Getco Europe Limited has been fined 1.4 million Pounds and agency stockbroker, Instinet Europe Limited has been fined 1.05 million Pounds.

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