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21 million children miss first dose of measles vaccine every year

Two doses of vaccine are required for it to be fully effectiveOwen Humphreys/PA Wire By New Scientist staff and Press Association An estimated 169 million children worldwide have missed out on getting the first dose of a measles vaccine, according to an analysis by the children’s charity Unicef. This includes nearly 2.6 million children in… Read More »

First man to sign up for head transplant bows out, but surgeon insists list of volunteers is still ‘quite long’

Having fallen head over heels in love, the first volunteer for a human head/body transplant has pulled out, saying he could not leave his new wife and baby boy for the months that surgery surely would have required. Valery Spiridonov, a 33-year-old Russian computer scientist who suffers from a devastating muscle wasting disease that has… Read More »

Crane Safety Training – Because Security Comes First Posted By : Donny Gamble Jr

Mobile as well as a fixed crane operation is usually considered to be a daunting task. Recent reports, from labor departments around the country, have further verified that maneuvering cranes can lead to serious injuries, and even death, if not undertaken by the experienced hands of a trained operator. The slightest negligence of such crane… Read More »