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Former ADF personnel under 30 face high risk of suicide - ABC Online;

Former ADF personnel under 30 face high risk of suicide - ABC Online

ABC OnlineFormer ADF personnel under 30 face high risk of suicideABC OnlineServing members of the Australian Defence Forces (ADF) are much less likely to commit suicide or self-harm than the broader population. But once they leave it's a different story, according to a new report by the National Mental Health Commission.Govt to act on military mental healthNEWS.com.auWe're All Living In Glass Houses: 5 Mistakes We Make In Talking About Mental HealthHuffington PostExpert lauds the passing of Mental Healthcare Bill in LSYahoo NewsKRTV Great Falls News -The Hindu -Mid-Day -Times of India (blog)all 14 news articles »

Marathon Running May Put You at Risk of Kidney Injury - NDTV;

Marathon Running May Put You at Risk of Kidney Injury - NDTV

NDTVMarathon Running May Put You at Risk of Kidney InjuryNDTVIt is a great feeling to be able to run a marathon race. It takes practise and determination because it is not an easy run, especially for first timers. The benefits of running have been touted about near and far. Not only does it pump up blood ...The Many Ways Running a Marathon Destroys Your BodyDiscover Magazine (blog)Beware! Running a marathon may cause kidney injuryTheHealthSiteAre Marathons Bad for Your Kidneys?Shape MagazineNews18 -Malay Mail Online -New York Post -Health24all 57 news articles »

Fogging begins at Simon Place, day after Zika cluster discovered - Channel NewsAsia;

Fogging begins at Simon Place, day after Zika cluster discovered - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaFogging begins at Simon Place, day after Zika cluster discoveredChannel NewsAsiaOn Wednesday (Mar 29), two members of the same household were confirmed to have the virus. By Elizabeth Neo and Vimita Mohandas; Posted 30 Mar 2017 13:00; Updated 30 Mar 2017 13:27. Fogging at Simon Place in Hougang on Thursday (Mar 30), the ...Fogging begins at Simon Place after first Zika cluster of 2017 detected in the areaThe Straits TimesSingapore confirms two new cases of Zika virusBusiness InsiderFirst Zika cluster of 2017 reported in Simon PlaceInquirer.netTODAYonline -AsiaOne -The Online Citizen -Controlled Environments Magazineall 22 news articles »

At least 25 people sickened by E. coli linked to recalled flour - CTV News;

At least 25 people sickened by E. coli linked to recalled flour - CTV News

CTV NewsAt least 25 people sickened by E. coli linked to recalled flourCTV NewsOTTAWA - The Public Health Agency of Canada says it's investigating an outbreak of E. coli related to a batch of Robin Hood all-purpose flour that's now the subject of a recall. In a statement, the agency says there have been 25 cases of E. coli ...Tainted flour causes 12 illnesses in BCNews1130Robin Hood flour pulled in E. coli probeAlberta Express25 illnesses in 4 provinces linked to E. coli-tainted Robin Hood flourCBC.caThe Nelson Daily -Globalnews.ca -FoodQualityNews.com -Canada NewsWire (press release)all 42 news articles »

UBC students create wearable overdose detector to combat opioid death crisis - CTV News;

UBC students create wearable overdose detector to combat opioid death crisis - CTV News

CTV NewsUBC students create wearable overdose detector to combat opioid death crisisCTV NewsVANCOUVER -- A group of students at the University of British Columbia have turned to technology in an effort to address the opioid crisis by creating a wearable device they say can detect an overdose. The six engineering, medical and design students ...BC students developing opioid overdose detectorNews1130UBC grad students developing wearable overdose detection deviceCBC.caall 3 news articles »

More than 1000 students suspended for incomplete immunization records - Waterloo Record;

More than 1000 students suspended for incomplete immunization records - Waterloo Record

CBC.caMore than 1000 students suspended for incomplete immunization recordsWaterloo RecordWATERLOO REGION — More than 1,000 elementary students in Waterloo Region were suspended from school Wednesday for incomplete immunization records. The deadline for parents to ensure their child's records were up-to-date with Region of ...Over 1000 elementary students suspended over immunization recordsCBC.caMore than 1000 students suspended over missing vaccination recordsCTV NewsOver 1000 students suspended for not having immunization records up-to-date570 Newsall 4 news articles »

FDA approves 1st drug for aggressive multiple sclerosis - CTV News;

FDA approves 1st drug for aggressive multiple sclerosis - CTV News

CTV NewsFDA approves 1st drug for aggressive multiple sclerosisCTV NewsTRENTON, N.J. -- U.S. regulators have approved the first drug for an aggressive kind of multiple sclerosis that steadily reduces co-ordination and the ability to walk. The Food and Drug Administration approved Ocrevus late Tuesday after a large study ...FDA approves first drug to fight severe forms of MSNew AtlasMS Drug Wins FDA ApprovalPharmacy TimesFDA approves new drug to treat multiple sclerosisFDA.govGenentech -New York Times -STATall 79 news articles »

New research says many Calgary homes have high levels of radon gas - CTV News;

New research says many Calgary homes have high levels of radon gas - CTV News

CTV NewsNew research says many Calgary homes have high levels of radon gasCTV NewsA new report, published by the University of Calgary, says that many homes in the city and surrounding areas have dangerously high levels of the deadly gas known as radon. Radon is colourless, odourless and seeps in through the foundation of homes.Southern Calgary homes testing high for radon, includes CochraneCochrane EagleStudy finds deadly radon gas exceeds safe levels in one of eight Calgary homesCalgary HeraldDoes your home have a problem with radon gas? UCalgary cancer researcher hopes you check – nowUCalgary NewsCJOB -EurekAlert (press release) -CBC.ca -MetroNews Canadaall 8 news articles »

'Earth-shattering' study reveals the best exercise for anti-ageing - Stuff.co.nz;

'Earth-shattering' study reveals the best exercise for anti-ageing - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nz'Earth-shattering' study reveals the best exercise for anti-ageingStuff.co.nzThe secret to keeping your body youthful may be found in the way you move. A new study has found that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) can essentially stop cellular ageing in its tracks and, in some cases, rejuvenate the cells that repair damage ...Exercise: The Cellular 'Fountain of Youth'HealthDayStudy: High-Intensity Exercise Helps Slow AgingAthletic Business (blog)all 13 news articles »

'Unthinkable loss': Young doctors killed in Lake Louise avalanche identified - Calgary Herald;

'Unthinkable loss': Young doctors killed in Lake Louise avalanche identified - Calgary Herald

Calgary Herald'Unthinkable loss': Young doctors killed in Lake Louise avalanche identifiedCalgary HeraldBoston doctors Lauren Zeitels and Victor Fedorov were identified as the two victims avalanche while snowshoeing at Lake Louise. Share Adjust Comment Print. Colleagues are calling the death of two young American doctors killed in an avalanche while ...A look at the victims in the Canadian avalancheThe Boston GlobeRichmond man killed in avalanche in Banff National Parkwtvr.comall 29 news articles »

Allergic to Peanuts? Tree Nuts Might Still Be Safe - Philly.com;

Allergic to Peanuts? Tree Nuts Might Still Be Safe - Philly.com

KNWAAllergic to Peanuts? Tree Nuts Might Still Be SafePhilly.comMONDAY, March 27, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Having an allergy to one type of nut may not necessarily doom you to a lifelong avoidance of all nuts, a new study suggests. In fact, more than half of the people who were allergic to one type of tree nut did ...White Coat, Black ArtCBC.ca (blog)People allergic to nuts 'may still be able to eat some types'TV3.ieTree nut allergy: Avoiding all tree nuts 'may not be necessary'Medical News TodayWebMD.Boots.com -KARE -NBC4i.com -KNWAall 15 news articles »

Men who watch porn are less happy in their relationships - Brockville Recorder and Times;

Men who watch porn are less happy in their relationships - Brockville Recorder and Times

Brockville Recorder and TimesMen who watch porn are less happy in their relationshipsBrockville Recorder and TimesGuys, if you're dissatisfied with your current relationship, you might want to press pause on the porn. According to a new study published in the journal Human Communication Research, men - but not women - who watch porn may be less satisfied in their ...and more »

How genetic testing might take the guesswork out of dieting - CTV News;

How genetic testing might take the guesswork out of dieting - CTV News

CTV NewsHow genetic testing might take the guesswork out of dietingCTV NewsLisa Reed has started limiting her caffeine intake to two cups a day, watching how much sodium she consumes and taking omega-3 supplements. The reason? She`s following dietary recommendations based on her genetics. In an effort to improve her diet, ...and more »

Short Bowel Syndrome Market — Global Industry Insights, Trends, Outlook, and Opportunity Analysis, 2016–2024 - Medgadget (blog);

Short Bowel Syndrome Market — Global Industry Insights, Trends, Outlook, and Opportunity Analysis, 2016–2024 - Medgadget (blog)

Medgadget (blog)Short Bowel Syndrome Market — Global Industry Insights, Trends, Outlook, and Opportunity Analysis, 2016–2024Medgadget (blog)Short bowel syndrome (SBS) is a malabsorption syndrome caused as a result of the small intestine not functioning efficiently. One of the prime symptoms of short bowel syndrome is diarrhea, which leads to dehydration, malnutrition, and unexplained and ...Irritable Bowel Syndrome Forecast in 12 Major Markets 2017-2027 Split by Gender and 5-Year Age CohortGlobeNewswire (press release)all 5 news articles »

Scientists convert spinach leaves into human heart tissue — that beats - National Post;

Scientists convert spinach leaves into human heart tissue — that beats - National Post

National PostScientists convert spinach leaves into human heart tissue — that beatsNational PostIf an overhyped vegetable existed before marketers coined the term superfood – and long before Oprah Winfrey chatted up acai berries with Dr. Oz – look no further than spinach. Popeye to the contrary, spinach alone won't pump anyone up. But it does ...Researchers Turn Spinach Leaf into Beating Heart TissueTIMEScientists turn spinach into beating human heart tissuePakistan TodaySpinach really can be good for your heartTimes LIVEThe Inquisitr -Scroll.in -11alive.com -ScienceAlertall 44 news articles »

'Sightings' of extinct Tasmanian tiger spark major search in Australia - Evening Standard;

'Sightings' of extinct Tasmanian tiger spark major search in Australia - Evening Standard

Evening Standard'Sightings' of extinct Tasmanian tiger spark major search in AustraliaEvening StandardApparent sightings have been made of the Tasmanian tiger – over 80 years after the animal was declared extinct. The last known specimen of the carnivore, which has gained almost mythical status in Australia, died in a zoo in Tasmania in 1936. However ...Back from the dead? Thought to be extinct, multiple 'sightings' have scientists searching for Tasmanian tigerNational PostThe Thrilling Hunt For The Tasmanian Tiger Being RevisitedTechMalak (blog)Could it Be? Scientists to Search for Extinct Tasmanian Tiger in AustraliaSputnik InternationalInternational Business Times UK -Inquirer.net -The Independent -E Canada Nowall 14 news articles »

Artificial blood breakthrough could help rare cases - CNBC;

Artificial blood breakthrough could help rare cases - CNBC

CNBCArtificial blood breakthrough could help rare casesCNBCResearchers have created a method that allows them to manufacture red blood cells in a more efficient way. In a news release on Friday, the University of Bristol said that the team, from the university and NHS Blood and Transplant, had developed a ...Mass-produced artificial blood is now a real possibilityEngadgetArtificial blood should be a lot easier to produce from now onAlphrArtificial blood for the future?The TechNewsGizmodo UK -National Daily Press -Normangee Star -I4U Newsall 14 news articles »

1 injury a day from firearms in Ontario, pediatricians find - CBC.ca;

1 injury a day from firearms in Ontario, pediatricians find - CBC.ca

CBC.ca1 injury a day from firearms in Ontario, pediatricians findCBC.caCanadian pediatricians say too many children and young adults are killed or seriously injured by firearms. They urge doctors to warn families against keeping the weapons in homes where kids live and play. In Canada, there's an average of 1,300 ...A young person is shot every day in Ontario, Sick Kids study findsToronto StarOne youth shot almost every day in Ontario, study findsThe Globe and MailEvery day a child or youth is injured by gun violence in Ontario, study warnsGlobalnews.caEurekAlert (press release)all 5 news articles »

University of Alberta study sheds light on brain defect behind multiple sclerosis - Edmonton Journal;

University of Alberta study sheds light on brain defect behind multiple sclerosis - Edmonton Journal

Edmonton JournalUniversity of Alberta study sheds light on brain defect behind multiple sclerosisEdmonton JournalUniversity of Alberta researchers Thomas Simmen, left, and Fabrizio Giuliani, right, along with post-doctoral fellow Yohannes Haile, in a laboratory on March 24, 2017, recently discovered an entirely new cellular mechanism — an underlying defect in ...Possible new target for treatment of multiple sclerosisScience DailyNew Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Through Cellular Mechanism Discovery [VIDEO]Counsel & Healall 3 news articles »