Archive: 06/18/2007

Healthcare problems in Britain

A new report says one in four facilities operated by Britain's government-run National Health Service isn't complying with basic hygiene standards.

Jun 18, 2007
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1950s scandal haunts Japan

Scientists in Japan say people who consumed powdered milk laced with arsenic in the 1950s are currently experiencing a higher rate of traffic deaths.

Jun 18, 2007
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Recuperated rare fish released in China

Wildlife officials in China released a rare paddlefish into Yangtze River Sunday after nursing it back to health from injuries inflicted by fishermen.

Jun 18, 2007
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Anthropologists discover remains of earliest giant panda

Although it may sound like an oxymoron, a University of Iowa anthropologist and his colleagues report the first discovery of a skull from a "pygmy-sized" giant panda -- the earliest-known ancestor of the giant panda -- that ...

Jun 18, 2007
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