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‘e hour. -s found more increase To Violence: Norwegian StudyA new study published in the international journal Addiction published showing that even small changes in pub and bar closing hours seem to affect the number of violent incidents. The results suggest that a one-hour guided bar extension last hours in an increase of an average of 20 violent cases at night on weekends per 100,000 people per year. This represents an increase in violence by about 16 %.

Study co-author Professor Thor Norstr m said: ‘These findings hold important implications for the communities around the world who are struggling be to deal with the massive burden of alcohol-related harm, if you reduce alcohol-related harm, restricted trading hours of licensed places seems to be an effective measure.. The results suggest that the action occurs in both directions. In other words, reducing trading hours by one hour leads to a decrease of the severity of the same magnitude as the increase in violence seen when closing hours will be increased by one hour.

In these 18 cities were closing weekend one and three one and three in the night, early in comparison to many cities around the world.Reduces These findings come more than a year after the Norwegian government revenue proposed to reduce hours for on-premise trade, violence and public disorder.Plantar warts are are a common occurrence in otherwise healthy adults, it in HIV patients, they are are often difficult to treat , more numerous and less susceptible to together treatments such as cryotherapy or surgical removal. – ‘Mainstream treatments have sometimes non is an option for HIV-positive patient because they have weakened immune systems and invasive procedure is next at risk her,’Vlahovic said. ‘However alternative therapies like calendula treatment is not ask this threat. ‘Further investigation of a larger random sample with a standard treatment schedule it is planned, she added.

The WHO, foundations, availability scientists, governments and non-governmental organizations to international challenges Immtech looking forward to the cooperation with such companies about sustainable global a sustainable global solutions for the healthcare, said Eric L. Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Immtech.

In earlier press release, Immtech in that a consortium led the University of Carolina at Chapel Hill , one of which Immtech is a commercial partner led, have a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation the development new drugs for protozoal diseases. When phase III study confirming that pafuramidine approval preliminary results and regulatory authorities, it would to be the first oral drug for the African sleeping sickness.