Worldwide Parcel Delivery Firms Show Resilience in Recovering From Ash Cloud Disruption
Recovery was quick after the worldwide shipping sector experienced severe disruption as a result of the Icelandic ash cloud. A week after all flights across northern Europe were paralysed by the unprecedented event, traffic got back to its normal levels of between 28,000 and 29,000 flights a day, according to Eurocontrol, the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation.Medical Aid Schemes in South Africa
What are Prescribed Minimum Benefits? There are over 300 medical conditions covered under the Prescribed Minimum Benefits (or PMBs) classification. These include: any emergency medical condition, a limited set of 270 defined medical conditions and 25 defined chronic conditions.Bangkok Red Shirts Vs PM
Bangkok anti government protests cripple the city in Thailand. Now Thailand is rebuilding.Israel – Home Of Scientific Innovations
In this essay, I will abstain from the customary political indignation in view of the latest biased Jew bashing and anti-Semitism analogous to that of the medieval and World War II events, and focus instead on the steady medical breakthroughs emanating from Israel, the home of innovation. Although at some point, the use of gene therapy seemed to fade the radar when researchers realized just how great a distance stretched from the concept of using genes for therapy to translating that concept into clinical practice, lately, despite significant hurdles, gene therapy remains alive and steadily under very active investigation, especially by a distinguished team of investigators in Israel.Bangkok Aftermath – The Hatred, Vitriol and the Blame Game
The ‘red shirt’ protests in Bangkok is over (at least for now). The glitzy shopping district the protesters took over for over two months was being scrubbed clean as I started writing this blog. Thousands of volunteers were sweeping, hosing and doing whatever they can on Sunday to wipe away any sign of the protests.