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  • Woman delays cancer care to protect baby

    TONAWANDA: For Kim Vaillancourt, pregnant while staving off aggressive brain cancer, it comes down to this: “The baby saved me...

    Kim had surgery to remove the tumours, but now, to give the baby they’ve named Wyatt Eli the same chance he gave her, she is postponing any follow-up chemotherapy and radiation to avoid threatening her developing child...

  • In Pakistan, a disease called dark skin

    So frightening is the ailment that I am on the verge of deciding to never step out, owing to how acceptable dark-skinned jokes are, how routine it is to mock a certain skin colour and therefore devalue an identity...

    The same women who only settle for a fair daughter-in-law have also passed this check-her-shade-then-reject gene to their sons, the theory being that a fair bahu will produce fair grandchildren, which will ultimately lead...

  • ‘Snow leopards face extinction due to demand for their skin, bones’

    ISLAMABAD: Present in only 12 countries in central Asia including Pakistan, the snow leopard can face extinction due to the huge demand for its skin, which is seen as a status symbol, and for its bones which are used in ancient medicine recipes...

    Participants of the event titled ‘Snow Leopard Conservation for a Resilient Mountain Eco System’ were also shown a documentary according to which an estimated 3,000 to 7,500 snow leopards...

  • Perpetual slump making tanneries’ skin crawl

    The factors contributing to the fall of the industry include invention of artificial leather, strong US dollar, remarkable reduction in rebate, decline in demand for leather products in the international market, high prices of chemicals and electricity...

    Similarly, the prices of the skin of goat and sheep fell from Rs800 in 2013 to Rs200 in 2017...

  • Maps of skin and spirit opens

    The kind of work that the country’s artists are doing can be bracketed with the artworks produced in any other part of the world, simply because the bulk of their work is influenced and inspired by the sociopolitical strife that Pakistan has had to experience in the last two decades...

    It is in this context that a two-person show titled Maps of skin and spirit, which opened at the Canvas Art Gallery on Tuesday, should be analysed......

  • Campaign launched against skin disease transmitted by sand fly

    PESHAWAR: The World Health Organisation in collaboration with provincial health department has launched a province-wide campaign to provide treatment to the people for leishmaniasis and create awareness among people to stay safe from the parasitic skin disease transmitted by a hairy sand fly...

    He added that an early contact with trained doctor could minimise harm to skin...

  • Donkey skin flaying banned

    GUJRANWALA: The Punjab government through a notification on Sunday banned flaying skin of donkeys throughout the province...

    He said teams had been formed to nab the people involved in flaying skin of donkeys and selling the animals as beef to various hotels...

  • Get your skin glowing

    As the monsoon steps in, it brings dust and dirt along with sweat and oil that damage our skin...

    In this humid season, the body perspires less which results in dead skin cells and blocked pores...

  • Temporary tattoos to be utilised as on-skin interfaces: MIT

    Cindy Hsin-Liu Kao, PhD Student at the MIT Media Lab, discussed the fabrication process that enables users to create fashionable devices that can be attached directly to their skin...

    Using gold metal leaf, a material that is cheap, skin-friendly, and robust for everyday wear, the team initially presented three different types of interfaces that are possible through the use of these metallic tattoos: sensing touch input, displaying...

  • 70pc Peshawar prisoners suffering from skin diseases

    PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Human Rights Directorate has claimed that around 70 per cent prisoners in the Peshawar central prison including women and children are suffering from different skin diseases but they could not be treated due to lack of resources...

    Following appearance of a news item in a local newspaper regarding spread of skin diseases inside the prison, the director human rights, Noor Zaman Khattak, visited the...

  • Under the skin of Al Qaeda's would-be suicide bombers

    OSLO: One is a cheery Saudi, the other a British convert , the third a Syrian fascinated by the promise of a better life: a new documentary unveils the shadowy world of Syria's would-be suicide bombers...

    In a rare, in-depth look at the Al-Nusra Front, Al Qaeda's affiliate in Syria, the 58-minute documentary "Dugma, the Button" reveals the convictions and doubts of those ready to become martyrs ? "the precision weaponry of the poor," in...
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