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Hong Kong think tank calls for pollution standards

In one of the world's fastest growing industrial regions, a study finding that a class of pollutants exist at levels four times that of U.S. air quality standards has prompted a Hong Kong public policy group to call for government standards on fine particulate matter. The finding was released by Civic Exchange, a non-profit public policy think tank comprised of scientists as well as representativ...

No significant genetic difference in viruses responsible for two major Hong Kong SARS outbreaks

The possibility that two different strains of the SARS virus were...responsible for the Prince of Wales Hospital and Amoy Gardens outbreaks in...Hong Kong earlier this year is disputed by authors of a research letter in...this week's issue of THE LANCET.... ...SARS is a global health concern. The apparent increased frequency of...diarrhoea (73% compared with 20%), admission to intensive care (32%...

Emory's Jeffrey Koplan joins Hong Kong SARS expert committee in report to government

Jeffrey P. Koplan, MD, MPH, vice president for academic...health affairs at Emory University, is one of 11 international public...health experts who reported today to the Hong Kong government on...lessons learned from that country's SARS outbreak. The SARS Expert...Committee was commissioned last May to review the management and...control of the epidemic and to identify lessons to be learned to....

A new strain of flu has turned up in Hong Kong

.As the northern hemisphere gears up for the annual flu season, another exotic.strain of the disease has turned up in Hong Kong. Although health officials are.anxious not to cause panic, the Hong Kong strain is being monitored closely.because it seems to have jumped from pigs-the animals thought to have been the.origin of the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic that killed an estimated 20 million.people w...
(Date:7/29/2014)... Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 29, 2014 ... on the website of Time Magazine titled “From Kim’s ... Want,” Kim Kardashian’s butt is the celebrity ... celebrities and their features include Beyoncé’s butt, Jennifer ... and lips. This information is based on data collected ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... (July 29, 2014) Using quality improvement measures in ... England Cardiovascular Disease Study Group, researchers have found a ... procedure with contrast dye. , Currently, 7-15 percent of ... contrast-dye end up with kidney injury, which can result ... to temporary or permanent dialysis, says a study published ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... Gainesville, FL (PRWEB) July 29, 2014 Many ... very first thing they do each morning is put on ... the bathroom. These same individuals also may be dissatisfied ... cataracts. , Cataracts may cause difficulty driving, especially ... harder to follow or find one’s golf ball, see the ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... New high priced hepatitis C drugs will increase ... $2.9 to $5.8 billion next year, according to a ... by the Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (PCMA). Milliman projects ... much as 8.6 percent in 2015 as a result ... , The study finds that the majority of new ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... Alan Mozes HealthDay ... Treating certain adult autism patients with just a single dose ... facial expressions and emotions, Japanese researchers report. Known as ... role in emotional bonding between lovers, and between mothers and ... activity in a key area of the brain that has ...
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