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Message Sent: Justice Served Swiftly to Markhor Poachers in Pakistan

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Gilgit, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan (January 8, 2018) The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) applauds the Government of Gilgit-Balitistan (GB) for the expeditious arrest and sentencing of markhor poachers in Astore District of the GB. Further, the penalties are of a severity that meets the seriousness of the offense, and are sure to send a message that will deter others from considering similar pilfering of Pakistan’s unique natural resources.

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Milken Institute School of Public Health Receives $4 Million Grant to Study Anemia in India

Research to develop and test an intervention that reduces the threat of this health problem for women of childbearing age

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As Pollution Skyrockets in India, Health Care Costs Poised to Mount

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Air Pollution, Case Western Reserve School of Medicine, University Hospitals, Asia, Sanjay Rajagopalan, Cardiovascular Medicine, face masks, Aspire, respirators, N95 respirators, China, India, Brazil, Acute Coronary Syndrome, high-pollution locales

Do Face Masks Protect Against Air Pollution-Related Health Problems?

Many people around the world, especially in Asia, wear face masks to protect against air pollution. Do they work? Sanjay Rajagopalan, MD, Herman Hellerstein, professor of cardiovascular medicine at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and chief of cardiovascular medicine at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, has received a $2 million National Institutes of Health grant to help find out if face masks really protect against air pollution.

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Researchers Introduce New Method For Monitoring Indian Summer Monsoon

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Researchers from Florida State University have created a tool for objectively defining the onset and demise of the Indian Summer Monsoon — a colossal weather system that affects billions of people annually.

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Producing Simple Kits for Safe Water in Rajasthan

University of Adelaide researchers are planning to produce simple, low-cost, self-assembly water purification kits to provide fresh drinking water in the Indian state of Rajasthan, South Australia’s sister state.

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Red Cosmetic Powder Used in Hindu Ceremonies Contains Unsafe Lead Levels

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Rutgers researchers say that lead levels in sindoor, a red powder used in Hindu ceremonies, is a real concern that must be addressed.

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Rabies Prevention Is a Matter of Education, Vaccination

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India’s Tax Overhaul to Transform Agricultural Industry

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UW-Led Scientists 'Closing the Gap' on Malaria in India

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The National Institutes of Health has renewed a major grant that funds a University of Washington-led research center to understand malaria in India.


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