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Obese Kids Show Signs of Heart Trouble
BELGRADE, Serbia - WEDNESDAY, May 23, 2012 - Obese, asymptomatic teens and 'tweens nevertheless showed damage to the structure and function of their hearts, researchers affirmed. Thicker left ventricular walls and impaired systolic and diastolic subendocardial function correlated with body mass index , Dejan Maras, MD, PhD, of Luton and Dunstable Hospital in Luton, England, and colleagues reported here at the Heart Failure Congress.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
Mountains experience mid-April snowfall
Snow, said to be of moderate intensity, is falling this Tuesday on Mt. Zlatibor, while weak snowfall was reported in Sjenica, and on Mt.
Government 'will have to be most serious'
Tomislav Nikoliae says that " given the enormous trust of the people the new government will have to be the most serious in Serbia's recent history."
Thieves steal returnee's tractor donated by EU
The Serbian Government Office for Kosovo condemned on Monday the theft of a tractor belonging to Serb returnee Vlada Raskoviae from the village of Duge Njive.
Anniversary of Syrmian Front breakthrough
The 69th anniversary of the breakthrough of the Axis line on the Syrmian Front and final battles for liberation from the Nazi occupation has been marked.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Higher taxes for state officials 'won't be effective'
Ljubisav Orboviae believes that further taxation of salaries of state officials - a measure announced Aleksandar Vueiae - will not bring the desired effect.
Serbian defense minister visits Italy
They said that the two countries have well-developed defense cooperation, in particular in the areas of education, air force, intelligence and reconnaissance activities, military medical cooperation, special unit training as well as removal of unexploded ordnance, where Italy has contributed funds of EUR 200,000, the Serbian Ministry of Defense ... (more)
DS MPs: PACE vote was in Serbia's interest
Natasa Vuekoviae says she and another DS official voted in favor of "the resolution on Ukraine" because they thought it was "in the interest of Serbia."
With an eye on the EU, Serbia reforming its schools
The European Commission is urging Serbia to harmonise its labour market and education system to ensure that citizens will be able to find jobs.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
DIARY - Emerging Markets Economic Events to April 25
Former U.S. Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke visits India. WARSAW - National Bank of Poland holds Monetary Policy Council meeting .
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Massive Mammoth Skeleton Removed From Coal Mine In Siberia
Serbian archaeologists on Friday used heavy machinery to move a female mammoth skeleton - believed to be one million years old - from an open mine pit where it was unearthed nearly five years ago.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
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A special service Sunday at Calvary Church located at 255 N. Fifth St., Steubenville, will feature evangelist and pastor Kelly Caywood.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Test-drive crash of presidential car investigated
Serbian Police Director Milorad Veljoviae says the police are investigating the circumstances under which a Mercedes GL 500, used by the president, crashed.
Gazprom: South Stream works continue in summer
The South Stream gas pipeline project in Serbia will this year enter its active implementation stage, a Gazprom official has said.
Five drown in river after traffic accident
Five person died on Friday morning after their car drove off the road and into the Ibar River in northern Kosovo, it has been confirmed.
Serbia's EU membership by 2020 'realistic goal'
This is the case as it is "ready to carry out reforms despite all difficulties on the pathway," he was quoted as saying.
3 delegates in favor of suspending Russia's voting rights
The Serbian delegation at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe did not have a united stance during the voting on Thursday, it has emerged.
Serbia experts use heavy machinery to move mammoth
Serbian archaeologists have used heavy machinery to move a 1 million-year-old female mammoth skeleton from an open mine pit where it was unearthed nearly five years ago.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Minority associations in Balkans nurture diversity, reconciliation
By Selena Petrovic, Marina Stojanovska and Ivana Jovanovic for Southeast European Times in Zagreb, Skopje and Belgrade -- 11/04/14 Several minority culture and art societies in the region are adhering to principles that exemplify tolerance, co-operation and reconciliation, a model that could be integrated into the mainstream in Balkan countries, ... (more)
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Pristina advised to establish war crimes court
EU representative in Pristina Samuel Zbogar says the creation of a special court to deal with crimes committed against Serbs in Kosovo was "inevitable."