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China official bird flu toll 10 now The death of young child in China now brings the country’s death toll from bird flu to ten. According to the Ministry of Health the nine-year-old gal from China’s eastern coastal province of Zhejiang, died on Monday, but it was not confirmed whether she died from the virulent H5N1 flu virus initially. Related StoriesAcetaminophen Awareness Coalition issues safety message to consumers about flu medicinesFlu vaccine considerably reduces stroke riskNew research raise important questions about influence of statin therapy on performance of flu vaccinesChina’s Ministry of Wellness says while the cause of the girl’s infection was being investigated, it was revealed she had visited the house of relatives whose chickens passed away while she was there read more .


Kaiser Family members Foundation. Kaiser Health Information, an editorially independent news service, is an application of the Kaiser Family members Foundation, a nonpartisan health care policy research firm unaffiliated with Kaiser Permanente.. China must bring together different agencies to address water shortages, policy paper says In a policy paper published in Science on Thursday, researchers praised China’s January 2011 intend to address water shortages and conservation in the country, but ‘the researchers said this commitment won’t be enough unless disparate agencies learn to communicate and coordinate with each other,’ Reuters reports. ‘They referred to a web of authorities entities with seemingly contradictory missions, and actions that appear to not in favor of one policy as they promote another,’ the news headlines support writes, adding, for example, ‘The federal government encourages urbanization, the statement said, but security of water items gets less attention compared to energy issues, even though water is absolutely necessary to human life.’ Reuters continues, ‘To solve these complications, the authors recommended concentrating on increasing water efficiency along with function to understand the complex associations among agencies and people with competing promises on water’ .