Senior vice president of the Canadian resource company Teck.

Affordability of diarrhea treatment offers expect improving child survival In this article in the Huffington Post’s ‘Global Motherhood’ blog, Doug Horswill, senior vice president of the Canadian resource company Teck, and Venkatesh Mannar, president of the Micronutrient Initiative, which functions to get rid of vitamin and mineral deficiencies in the world’s most vulnerable populations, analyze global efforts to get rid of child deaths from diarrhea, a campaign they state ‘most are calling another revolution in child survival.’ ‘Diarrhea kills up to one million children each year,’ they write, adding, ‘It really is an awful waste of existence and untapped potential, made even more terrible by the fact that it costs less than a dollar to take care of’ with oral rehydration salts and zinc supplements.The common home rooftop solar electric system still costs about $30,000 up front, but new rebate and financing options continue to flourish. Some companies, such as for example Sunrun and SolarCity, are even offering choices where they will own, maintain and make certain the panels, in order to cut out the upfront consumer costs. ‘It’s distributed solar – also known as ‘behind the meter’ or ‘end user’ solar – which has the utilities fearing for their livelihoods,’ wrote Pete Danko at Earth Techling, ‘since when you and I and businesses power our very own buildings and homes, and when we send power to the grid that the utilities have to pay retails prices for, it means less money to allow them to cover their fixed costs .’.

Adderall shortages expected in 2012: Report Adderall and other stimulant drugs utilized to treat interest deficit hyperactivity disorder may be in short supply in 2012, according to a new report.