Evidence of King Tutankhamun’s Orthopedic Shoes Found

Evidence of King Tutankhamun’s Orthopedic Shoes Found

It has been revealed that King Tutankhamun an ancient Egyptian boy king with foot size 8 or 9 had a collection of 81 shoes all bedazzled with gold and gemstones.

Communities Consider Ban on Outdoor Smoking

Communities Consider Ban on Outdoor Smoking

Communities such as Tofino and Vancouver are being closely watched by the local health officials in considering ban on outdoor smoking.

Tofino and Vancouver are outlining a regulation that would ban smoking in public parks.

Lachine Officials to Keep a Watchful Eye on Compassion Club

Lachine Officials to Keep a Watchful Eye on Compassion Club

The Culture 420 club has come under the scrutiny of the borough of Lachine. The borough will be keeping an eye on the self proclaimed compassion club.

The club is located on the 15th Avenue in Lachine and has been running for the past three weeks. The club supposedly is selling medicinal marijuana.

Prison Staff Help Sick visitor

Prison Staff Help Sick visitor

Prison staff at Northland's Ngawha prison is being eulogized for their swift action to assist a sick visitor.

It is reported that the woman had come to see a prisoner yesterday, when she asked personnel if she could leave the room to use the bathroom.

Contraband Tobacco Causing Havoc, Cheap Prices Attracted 60,000 Ontario Students

Contraband Tobacco Causing Havoc, Cheap Prices Attracted 60,000 Ontario Students

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health has discovered that approximately 60,000 Ontario students studying in Grades 7 to 12 had been consuming illegitimately-manufactured cigarettes in the previous year.

It is for the first time that such a major survey was done to find out the statistics related to the students smoking contraband cigarettes.

An Additional Funding of $630,000 for Kids Ability to Reduce Wait Times

An Additional Funding of $630,000 for Kids Ability to Reduce Wait Times

KidsAbility will be receiving an additional $630,000 in a supplementary funding this year. It serves about 700 kids in the Guelph-Wellington area and anticipates serving about 800 in 2010.

Charity Walk Organized to Battle Against Leukemia

Charity Walk Organized to Battle Against Leukemia

Sir Ian Botham, the cricket legend, will be accompanied by a leukemia patient on the special walk which would aim to provide funds for charity.

The 63 year old Leslie Johnson will be going for a stroll with the charity hero Beefy in order to accumulate funds in a battle against leukemia.

Fewer Bureaucrats at Taranaki DHB

Fewer Bureaucrats at Taranaki DHB

It has been observed that back office employees and "bureaucrats" account for less than 3% of the Taranaki District Health Board's total wage bill.

Yesterday, at a meeting of the DHB in Stratford, Finance Manager, George Thomas responded to ongoing questions regarding the cost of management and administration staff.

Researchers Find the Cause of Inherited Deafness

Researchers Find the Cause of Inherited Deafness

Dutch researchers have revealed that genetic fault could lead to inherited deafness. The research says that parents who suffer from hereditary conditions would double the chances of the children acquiring the disorder.

The study has been published in the American Journal of Human Genetics.

Chlamydia Screening Program Offers Little Help, Frequent Checkups Must, Research Says

Chlamydia Screening Program Offers Little Help, Frequent Checkups Must, Research

A new research has disclosed that Chlamydia screening program does not decrease the complication subjected to infertility. The study analyzed the after-effects of annual screening for Chlamydia and concluded that it showed no positive results. The study was conducted on 2500 students.

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