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Chicken liver causes food poisoning

Chicken liver causes food poisoning

A new research conducted by British infection experts suggests that eating chicken liver threatens the health of people by inducing food poisoning. Experts indicate that poultry livers carry a particularly high risk of Campylobacter, as the bacteria can be present throughout the liver. The bacteria may remain a source of infection particularly if they are [&hellip

Polar bear ‘cannibalism’ pictured

Polar bear ‘cannibalism’ pictured

It is an image that is sure to shock many people. An adult polar bear is seen dragging the body of a cub that it has just killed across the Arctic sea ice. Polar bears normally hunt seals but if these are not available, the big predators will seek out other sources of food – [&hellip

Preemies may face behavioral problems

Preemies may face behavioral problems

Dutch researchers say premature babies are at a greater risk of showing behavioral and emotional problems when they reach preschool age. Preterm birth occurs in about 8 to 10 percent of deliveries and includes childbirth earlier than 37 weeks gestational age. Premature babies need more and longer hospital care because their organs have not developed [&hellip

Opportunity finds water clues on Mars

Opportunity finds water clues on Mars

The gypsum vein is about 1-2cm wide NASA’s Mars rover Opportunity has found veins of a mineral deposited by water that will help improve understanding of the history of the Red Planet. The latest findings by Opportunity were presented at the American Geophysical Union’s conference in San Francisco on December 7, Science Daily reported. “This [&hellip

80 DESKS HANDED OVER ON INDEPENDENCE DAY BY BETA CHARITABLE TRUST‏

80 DESKS HANDED OVER ON INDEPENDENCE DAY BY BETA CHARITABLE TRUST‏

          TUMETHUBUTU,TUMEWEZA NA TUNASONGA MBELE Dear all On Friday 9th December 2011,50th anniversary of Independence of Tanzania,80  three seat er desks were handed over Kinamweli Primary school in Ngudu area in Kwimba district  by BETA CHARITABLE TRUST. During the surprise visit done at this school it was found out that 95% of [&hellip

SHALLOW WELL NO 149 HANDED OVER IN LOVING MEMORY OF FATMABAI PANJWANI

SHALLOW WELL NO 149 HANDED OVER IN LOVING MEMORY OF FATMABAI PANJWANI

                Dear all Shallow well no 149 was handed over to the villagers of SUMAHA village in Ngudu area in Kwimba District. This shallow well was donated in the loving memory of late Fatmabai Panjwani. This well will benefit 220 families or 1100 people per day. The villagers [&hellip

WHEEL CHAIR NO 105 HANDED OVER

WHEEL CHAIR NO 105 HANDED OVER

              On Sat 3/12/11 wheel chair no 105 was handed over to Mr Amos Tanu Mgema who is a senior nurse attendant at Mwabuyi Health Centre in Nyanguge area in Magu disyrict. Mr Amos’s both legs and left arm has been paralised since last six years and moving around [&hellip

Anatomy of Tazia

Anatomy of Tazia

With the arrival of Muharram, the unlevelled streets of Chiniot present sombre scenes as the local Shias mourn the death of the Prophet’s (pbuh) grandson. The Shia community constitute only 28 per cent of population for the district but the reverence spreads farther than the census figures indicate. Chiniot is in fact home to the [&hellip

Facebook Is Making Us Miserable

Facebook Is Making Us Miserable

When Facebook was founded in 2004, it began with a seemingly innocuous mission: to connect friends. Some seven years and  800 million users later, the social network has taken over most aspects of our personal and professional lives, and is fast becoming the dominant communication platform of the future. But this new world of ubiquitous [&hellip

Safety car seats benefit all kids

Safety car seats benefit all kids

Crash experts suggest that safety and booster seats can protect children especially if you use the correct seat for their height and weight. After studying nearly 1,000 one to eight year old children who involved in a crash, researchers found no evidence that using safety seats may increase injury risk for overweight or obese kids. [&hellip