A study recently conducted by a collaboration of researchers from the University of British Columbia and University of California has concluded that children should be taught to behave in a kind and benevolent whenever they go outside or are amidst their friends and peers.
It is being affirmed by the researchers that such children are not only considered from amongst well –behaved families, but they tend to be more popular amongst their classmates. The team says that they learn good habit and lead happier lives as a big advantage.
The norovirus winter vomiting bug reportedly hit the P&O’s Azura cruiseliner, which docked in Southampton on Saturday, with 400 travellers claiming to have been struck down by the bug.
Transport Minister Troy Buswell has announced a series of key projects, including a 6-kilometre extension to the Mitchell Freeway, to ease traffic woes.
The 6-kilometre extension from Burns Beach to Hester Avenue in Perth's northern suburbs will be part of the State Government’s $500 million road package that aims at relieving soaring pressure on local roads.
Royal College of Nursing (RCN) is now calling on the British Government and is asking to stop the cuts on major posts and services in the country.
Till now, some 61,000 posts have been cut, leading to a decline in number of nursing places in England. RCN wants a new body, Health Education England, to come up for education and training so as to ensure that this profession is fit for time to come.
Various surveys have been conducted recently in which the general population was involved and the same has shown that terminally ill people would most likely choose dying at home if they are given a choice. However, this kind of support to people to die at home has seen only little success so far, the report finds.
With Hurricane Sandy submerging parts of New York City on Monday night, it became quite apparent once again that the US hospitals turn out to be disquietingly unprepared whenever a disaster strikes the country.