It's important for people to understand that even though we lose power to these facilities from time to time, worker safety and the public's safety is not in jeopardy because multiple, redundant systems are in place, separate from those that rely on powerLab holding fatal germs loses power Jul 13, 2008
Due to patient confidentiality, I couldn't provide you with information on an individual case like thatConn. woman had signs of human mad cow Mar 26, 2004
Off the top of my head, I don't believe soConn. woman had signs of human mad cow Mar 26, 2004
They're kind of taking the lead and we're supporting themHealth officials probing CJD cases in N.J. Mar 09, 2004
The big question we want to answer right now is whether it's being transmitted from human to humanBird flu may be spreading person to person Feb 02, 2004
Sir Thomas Edward (Tom) Skinner (1909 - 1991) was a New Zealand politician of the Labour Party.
He represented the Tamaki electorate from 1946 to 1949, when he was defeated by Eric Halstead. He went on to lead the Trade Union movement as head of the New Zealand Federation of Labour. He was knighted (K.B.E.) in 1976.
In December 1937, a young union secretary Tom Skinner and family became the first tenants of a state house in Coates Avenue, Orakei. Savage (as he did in Miramar, Wellington in September) helped carry furniture in through the front door (Gustafson page 199).