Monthly Archives: July 2009

  1. Swine flu could kill 6000 Australians.

    AUSTRALIA is facing a swine flu death toll of 6000 under a worst-case scenario, Federal Health Minister Nicola Roxon says. Ms Roxon's admission comes a day after she dismissed as "ludicrous" a prediction the toll could reach 10,000.
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  2. Spanish soldiers in quarentine in Afghanistan on suspicion of in

    The Defense Minister, Carme Chacón, said in statements to the media that "we still do not have the outcome of the five samples sent to Spain," which will be known probably today or at the latest tomorrow. " All patients are mild and the majority belongs to the Command of the Canary Islands
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  3. Spain’s first test tube baby, 25 years later

    Victoria Ana was born on 12th July 1984, six years after the world’s first test tube baby, Louise Brown, was born in the UK. Spain’s first now has a degree in Public Relations and Advertising and had a public celebration of her 25th birthday a few days ahead of time this Thursday. She told the press she leads an unassumed and normal life, but is very proud of representing such an important scientific discovery.
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  4. Woman with swine flu admitted to 'La Fe' Hospital is very seriou

    The Conseller of Health reported that there has been a new patient with Influenza A in the Comunitat Valenciana. She is currently admitted to ' La Fe' Hospital, and presents a very serious prognosis.
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  5. Swine flu in Lope de Vega's School of Benidorm

    The Department of Health confirmed on Tuesday night two cases of flu AH1N1 in the summer school of the College of Lope de Vega Benidorm. According to sources of Health, the two affected children are in "good health and have not stay at the hospital," because its symptoms are typical of the flu and are receiving treatment marked by the World Health Organization (WHO).
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  6. Priligy will be sold in spanish pharmacies from tomorrow.

    Authorized by the Spanish Agency of Medicines and Health Products (AEMPS) is a new effective remedy for premature ejaculation (PE), the most common sexual dysfunction of the Spaniards and also the most common male sexual dysfunction, affecting as many as one-third of men worldwide at some time in their lives.
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  7. Harry Potter's Ron Weasley recovering from swine flu

    Actor Rupert Grint, who plays Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter films, on Monday spoke of his fears after contracting swine flu, saying he initially thought he might die.
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  8. The baby, of the woman died of swine flu, is not infected.

    Ana Sanchez, Vice-Minister of Healthcare of Madrid Comunity, has reported today that the son of Dalilah, thethe woman died of swine flu in the Hospital Gregorio Marañón, "is not infected by the virus and follows a" normal for a premature infant of 28 weeks. "
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  9. Revidox: Elixir of youth

    A new natural food supplement whose effects would be comparable to those of an elixir of youth, and has been developed by a team of scientists from the CSIC, is capable of concentrating in a single capsule benefits of eating 45 pounds of grapes ink or the equivalent in wine bottles (one liter of wine need a kilo of grapes and a half).
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  10. Swine flu 'unstoppable', says WHO chief

    World Health Organization head Margaret Chan has warned a forum in Mexico that the swine flu virus worldwide is now unstoppable.
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