Tag: "fuelled" at medical news
Stabbings are increasing
...er to this week's BMJ. Several recent deaths have fuelled
the perception that forensic knife injuries have become an epidemic, resulting in a knife amnesty and government discussion of new punitive measures, write Charles Knowles and colleagues. An increase in such injuries is supported by data from region...
MetOp launch campaign resumed
... safety constraints as the MetOp satellite remains fuelled
from the previous launch attempts and checks for any leaks are continually being carried out. So far, the main activities have been concerned the de-mating and removal of the Fregat upper stage, and then with the start of the satellite preparation ...
Who calls for stronger collaboration between HIV/AIDS and TB programs in the developing world
...ran Africa and other regions where the epidemic is fuelled
by HIV. In countries with a high proportion of HIV-infected adults, tuberculosis is increasing by 7% per year on average. HIV infection also causes tuberculosis to progress more rapidly to disease. In addition to carrying out research into new dia...
New study reveals attempted suicide often a snap decision fuelled by drugs and alcohol
...impulsiveness of this suicidal behaviour was often fuelled
by drugs and alcohol, with men the group most likely to be under the influence. Of the 29 per cent of participants who harmed themselves while affected by alcohol, the overwhelming majority - 93 per cent - said they considered their actions for less ...
Launch milestone achieved: Last-ever look at CryoSat
...ace on 5 October. The Rockot launcher will then be fuelled
ready for launch on 8 October....