Restaurant Association's Steve Mackenzie conveyed to the Herald, following it's reporting on consumers' confusion that when businesses should apply surcharges.
Many people might be surprised that it has taken such a long time to roll on to restaurant surcharges. Many even wonder why there is an absence of surcharge of bashing articles on additional businesses for example taxi, plumbers and other professional facilities.
A two-way attempt linking U. S. scientists and private groups is gazing into a new investigation that can locate even single drift cancer cell in the midst of the billions of cells that move in the human bloodstream.
Willpower in not all that people lack to reach gyms, as paucity of funds and even time could force their way out from fitness centres, a new survey has shown.
Conducted by the Western Mail for the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF), the research found out that one-third of the surveyed people of different age groups considered that gyms and leisure centres had gone too expensive over the time.
Health experts are warning parents about the return of their children to schools after the Christmas holidays as this can make them exposed to flu strain. So, parents are being advised to take proper care of their kids to remain watchful about their health.
While on one hand the Ministry of Health wants to provide individual and alterative drugs to those HIV patients who failed to respond to the second line of antiretroviral therapy (ART), an anti-AIDS organization on the other hand is pushing Government to contemplate over the possibility of offering third-line treatment to them in 2012.
People are being warned by the Department of Health (DOH) that if they have received any fire-cracker related injury during New Year celebration, they could probably get infected with tetanus.
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