Tag Archives: netherlands

Call for compulsory contraception

Marco Hochgemuth RNW The Netherlands needs legal provisions to allow compulsory contraception for serious drug addicts, psychiatric patients and the mentally handicapped. That’s the controversial argument being made by Queen Beatrix’s brother-in-law Pieter van Vollenhoven, former head of the Dutch … Continue reading

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Drinking Black Tea May Lower Blood Pressure

PR Newswire Drinking a cup of black tea three times a day may reduce blood pressure, according to new research A six month study by scientists at the University of Western Australia (UWA), Unilever and the National Health and Medical Research Council … Continue reading

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Could vegetarians eat a ‘test tube’ burger?

Chi Chi Izundu BBC News The world could get its first lab-grown burger this year, with scientists using stem cells to create strips of beef. But could vegetarians eat it? Scientists in the Netherlands hoping to create a more efficient … Continue reading

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Britain, Sweden and Netherlands refuse to sign off EU accounts

Valentina Pop EU Observer BRUSSELS – EU finance ministers on Tuesday (21 February) rubberstamped the bloc’s accounts for 2010, but Britain, Sweden and the Netherlands opposed the move, noting that auditors found too many errors for the seventeenth year in … Continue reading

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EU at risk of teacher shortage

Nikolaj Nielsen EU Observer EU countries are beginning to note shortages of specialised teachers in a problem that looks set to get worse, the European Commission has warned. The commission study – out Friday (10 February) – noted that a … Continue reading

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Mobile euthanasia squads launched in the Netherlands

Michael Cook BioEdge Six euthanasia flying squads of a doctor and a nurse will begin making house calls in the Netherlands on March 1. The teams will visit people who want to end their lives but whose wishes have been thwarted … Continue reading

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Russia bans imports of Dutch meat over new virus

Source: Reuters Russia has banned imports of sheep and goat meat and live animals from the Netherlands following an outbreak of a new virus detected last year, the Dutch Economics and Agriculture ministry said on Wednesday. The Schmallenberg virus, named … Continue reading

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PIP implants sold to Dutch firm under new name

Source: Reuters Potentially dangerous breast implants made by a now-defunct French company were sold to about 1,000 Dutch women under a different name, a Dutch health official said on Monday, broadening a scandal that could affect some 300,000 women worldwide. … Continue reading

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Petri dish to dinner plate, in-vitro meat coming soon

Source: Reuters LONDON (Reuters) – Scientists are cooking up new ways of satisfying the world’s ever-growing hunger for meat. “Cultured meat” — burgers or sausages grown in laboratory Petri dishes rather than made from slaughtered livestock — could be the … Continue reading

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