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Early warning signs of heart attacks 'being missed' - BBC News;

Early warning signs of heart attacks 'being missed' - BBC News

BBC NewsEarly warning signs of heart attacks 'being missed'BBC NewsEarly warning signs may have been missed in one in six heart attack deaths in England, a study suggests. Researchers looked at all heart attack hospital admissions and deaths between 2006 and 2010. The team, from Imperial College London, found 16% ...Early warning signs missed in one in six fatal heart attack casesEvening StandardWarning signs of fatal heart attacks missed in up to one in six casesTelegraph.co.ukLocal woman survives rare heart attack just days after giving birthKSDK.comAOL UK -KPRC Houston -Daily Mail -The Sunall 38 news articles »

Three mumps cases reported in Finney County - The Garden City Telegram;

Three mumps cases reported in Finney County - The Garden City Telegram

The Garden City TelegramThree mumps cases reported in Finney CountyThe Garden City TelegramThe Finney County Health Department is currently investigating three cases of mumps in Finney County. Large outbreaks of mumps have occurred in many states this year, and outbreaks are ongoing in Arkansas (approximately 2,700 cases) and Missouri ...Mumps outbreak prompts alert, call to make sure vaccinations up to dateTheChronicleHerald.caHealth department works to raise awareness about MMR vaccine after some UA students test positive for mumpswhnt.comAHS warns of mumps outbreakAlberta Daily Herald TribuneOmak Okanogan County Chronicle -CJOB -AM900 CHML -CP24 Toronto's Breaking Newsall 38 news articles »

Women putting health of family and even their PETS before their own wellbeing - Express.co.uk;

Women putting health of family and even their PETS before their own wellbeing - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukWomen putting health of family and even their PETS before their own wellbeingExpress.co.ukWOMEN are putting the health of their children, husbands and even their pets before their own wellbeing, a new survey has found. By Sarah O'Grady. PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 00:01, Wed, Mar 1, 2017. woman child health wellbeing GETTY. Many women ...New Glasgow course to help women move forward after breast cancerGlasgow LiveIndia can bring down cost for breast cancer detection: US scientistDaijiworld.comOvarian cancer: Could you spot the signs?ITV NewsEveryday Health (blog) -Collective Evolution -The Sun -The Hinduall 32 news articles »

Rosemary Odinga flown to SA in fight with brain tumour - The Star, Kenya;

Rosemary Odinga flown to SA in fight with brain tumour - The Star, Kenya

The Star, KenyaRosemary Odinga flown to SA in fight with brain tumourThe Star, KenyaKibra MP aspirant Rosemary Odinga has been flown to South Africa for further treatment after being in hospital for eight days. Rosemary, Cord leader Raila Odinga's second born, was flown out at about 11am yesterday accompanied by neurosurgeon Oluoch ...Rosemary Odinga flown to South Africa for treatmentThe Standard (press release)Rosemary Odinga in South Africa over bleeding brainZIPO.CO.KERosemary Odinga sends Kenyans a heartwarming message as she prepares for brain surgery in South AfricaTUKO.CO.KECitizen TV (press release)all 10 news articles »

Colon and Rectal Cancers Rising in Young People - New York Times;

Colon and Rectal Cancers Rising in Young People - New York Times

New York TimesColon and Rectal Cancers Rising in Young PeopleNew York TimesKirsten Freiborg of New Hope, Minn., now 27, learned she had colon cancer at age 22, a month before her college graduation. Credit Jenn Ackerman for The New York Times. Cancers of the colon and rectum have been declining in older adults in recent ...Colorectal cancer rates are rising among younger Americans even as they're falling for othersLos Angeles TimesBorn in the '90s? Your colon cancer risk could be risingCNNWhy Are More Young Americans Getting Colon Cancer?NPRWashington Post -Fox News -NBCNews.com -ABC2 Newsall 90 news articles »

Black Women Aren't Having Enough Orgasms And Their Careers Are To Blame Says Author - MadameNoire;

Black Women Aren't Having Enough Orgasms And Their Careers Are To Blame Says Author - MadameNoire

MadameNoireBlack Women Aren't Having Enough Orgasms And Their Careers Are To Blame Says AuthorMadameNoireHas rising up the corporate ladder affected your sex life? According to Dr. Andrea Pennington, an integrative physician, meditation teacher, and sex educator, it most likely has–and has so negatively. In fact, she says not only that, but Black women ...​Straight Women Are Having Fewer Orgasms Than Everybody ElseMen's HealthStudy reveals if your girlfriend does this during sex, then she's more likely to cheat on youJOEStraight women still aren't getting their fair share of orgasmsThe Sydney Morning HeraldYourTango -Times of India -Fox News -The TeCakeall 24 news articles »

Facts, motive, significance and more: All you need to know about Rare Disease Day - Hindustan Times;

Facts, motive, significance and more: All you need to know about Rare Disease Day - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesFacts, motive, significance and more: All you need to know about Rare Disease DayHindustan TimesDid you know that the last day of February is observed as Rare Disease Day in about 80 countries? No, right? Here are all the things you need to know about this day of international importance. health and fitness Updated: Feb 28, 2017 13:17 IST.Rare disease sufferer to hold awareness eventKenai Peninsula OnlineAMO Pharma Joins with Leaders in Patient and Caregiver Advocacy to Commemorate Rare Disease DayPR Newswire (press release)Rare Disease Day: Its Significance & 7 Most Rare Diseases in the WorldNDTVHighway Mail -Financial Times -iTech Post -MENAFN.COMall 28 news articles »

Arizona flu related cases are on the rise - KYMA;

Arizona flu related cases are on the rise - KYMA

KYMAArizona flu related cases are on the riseKYMAYUMA, Ariz. - State Health Officials say flu cases are on the rise in the state of Arizona. While the flu season technically begins in early October to January, state health officials say that they have seen an increase in the number of cases for February.FT Health: Welcome to our new newsletterFinancial TimesInfluenza season is peaking locally and nationallyKIMT 3Mass. Flu Season Peaking, Dominant Strain Poses Added Risk For ElderlyWBURToledo Blade -Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3 -Baltimore Sun -KXXV News Channel 25all 33 news articles »

Mediators make another attempt at brokering a deal between doctors, health officials - Capital FM Kenya (press release) (blog);

Mediators make another attempt at brokering a deal between doctors, health officials - Capital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)

Capital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)Mediators make another attempt at brokering a deal between doctors, health officialsCapital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)By SIMON NDONGA, NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 28 – Talks between the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Union and Ministry of Health officials are set to resume Tuesday, after the parties took a break due to failure to reach a consensus. The Kenya ...and more »

Can YOU match the correct names to these faces? People identify strangers with amazing accuracy - Daily Mail;

Can YOU match the correct names to these faces? People identify strangers with amazing accuracy - Daily Mail

Daily MailCan YOU match the correct names to these faces? People identify strangers with amazing accuracyDaily MailMost of us can guess the name of a stranger with up to 40 per cent accuracy, a study has found. This is because people grow to look more like their name, subconsciously changing their hairstyles, putting on weight, smiling or frowning. For example ...New research links first names to physical appearances and cultural stereotypesNEWS.com.auDo you look like your name?International Business Times UKDo we look like our names? New research says yesEurekAlert (press release)Express.co.uk -Daily Star -Medical Daily -Newswise (press release)all 20 news articles »

Living with children really can affect your sleep — if you're a woman - Fox News;

Living with children really can affect your sleep — if you're a woman - Fox News

Fox NewsLiving with children really can affect your sleep — if you're a womanFox NewsA new study confirms what all moms already know: Caring for little ones sure can wreak havoc on your sleep. The preliminary research, which scientists are presenting in April at the American Academy of Neurology's 69th Annual Meeting in Boston, found ...Kids in the house means less sleep for womeniAfrica.comHaving kids means less sleep for women but not for menMetroAAN: Men with Children Sleep Fine; Women Not So MuchMedPage TodayLive Science -CBS News -Medical News Today -New York Magazineall 30 news articles »

Maybe breast is best, but what if I just don't want to breastfeed? - Metro;

Maybe breast is best, but what if I just don't want to breastfeed? - Metro

MetroMaybe breast is best, but what if I just don't want to breastfeed?MetroI don't have children. I'm 26, I live in a rented flat and sometimes I can't find my phone and then realise it's in my hand. But I'm hoping children are on the horizon for me. I spent several years working as a nanny and I love children, so I've got a ...How To Have Sex When You're Breastfeeding, Because Fear Of Leaking Is A ThingRomperMum whose baby accidentally starved tellsYahoo7 BeMom's Message About Her Baby's Death: "If I Had Given Him Just 1 Bottle, He'd Still Be Alive"POPSUGARIrish Independent -Royal Gazette -Birmingham Mail -Huffington Post UKall 13 news articles »

WHO's 'priority pathogens' list highlights urgent need for new drugs - CBC.ca;

WHO's 'priority pathogens' list highlights urgent need for new drugs - CBC.ca

CBC.caWHO's 'priority pathogens' list highlights urgent need for new drugsCBC.caThe World Health Organization has released its first list of the world's most dangerous superbugs — 12 families of bacterial supervillains considered the most serious threats to human health. The WHO calls it a list of "priority pathogens" because the ...UN lists 12 supergerms too strong for antibioticseNCAWHO: These 12 bacteria pose greatest risk to human healthCNNWHO names 12 bacteria that pose the greatest threat to human healthThe GuardianWashington Post -Hindustan Times -World Health Organization -The Wireall 76 news articles »

What it's like to suffer from binge eating disorder - Netdoctor;

What it's like to suffer from binge eating disorder - Netdoctor

NetdoctorWhat it's like to suffer from binge eating disorderNetdoctorBinge eating disorder (BED) is less well known than anorexia or bulimia, but it can be just as serious. The condition is characterised by bingeing (eating vast amounts of food in one sitting), without the purging associated with other eating disorders ...Think Going on a Diet is Harmless? Think Again.Huffington PostCOLUMN: Eating disorder clichés hurt everyoneDaily Trojan OnlineTime to talk about it — Raising awareness and feeding hope for National Eating Disorder Awareness WeekArgonautChannel3000.com - WISC-TV3 -Oskaloosa Herald -WMDT -Bradenton Heraldall 141 news articles »

Eating prebiotics may improve sleep, cut impact of stress - The Siasat Daily;

Eating prebiotics may improve sleep, cut impact of stress - The Siasat Daily

The Siasat DailyEating prebiotics may improve sleep, cut impact of stressThe Siasat DailyNew York: Intake of prebiotics — dietary fibers found naturally in foods like chicory, artichokes, raw garlic, leeks and onions — may help improve sleep and act as a buffer against the physiological impacts of stress, a study shows. Prebiotics are ...and more »

Anxiety is a way of life for Gen Y. In an insecure world, is it any surprise? - The Guardian;

Anxiety is a way of life for Gen Y. In an insecure world, is it any surprise? - The Guardian

The GuardianAnxiety is a way of life for Gen Y. In an insecure world, is it any surprise?The GuardianEconomic instability, isolation and climate change have turned stress – and anxiety – into a way of life. Photograph: Mads Perch/Getty Images. Anxiety · Opinion. Anxiety is a way of life for Gen Y. In an insecure world, is it any surprise? Simon Copland.Depression, top cause of disability worldwideThe Hinduall 29 news articles »

Men who sup more than seven pints of beer a week for several years 'raise heart disease risk' - Milton Keynes Citizen;

Men who sup more than seven pints of beer a week for several years 'raise heart disease risk' - Milton Keynes Citizen

Milton Keynes CitizenMen who sup more than seven pints of beer a week for several years 'raise heart disease risk'Milton Keynes CitizenMen who drink more than a pint of beer a day over several years may increase their risk of heart disease by prematurely ageing their arteries, new research suggests. The study shows that drinking too much alcohol can affect the elasticity of the ...Heavy drinking may age arteriesDaily NationFor men, heavy drinking may damage hearts over timeBusiness InsiderHow just one pint a day can increase risk of heart diseaseThe MarshalltownTAPinto.netall 6 news articles »

Deaths from India air pollution rivaling China - The Japan Times;

Deaths from India air pollution rivaling China - The Japan Times

The Japan TimesDeaths from India air pollution rivaling ChinaThe Japan TimesNEW DELHI – India's air now rivals China's as the world's deadliest, according to a new study amid warnings that efforts to curb pollution from coal will not yield results anytime soon. India's notoriously poor air quality causes nearly 1.1 million ...Toxic air pollution: UN rights experts urge tighter rulesScoop.co.nz (press release)Air pollution: two deaths per minute and politicos in denialThe New Indian ExpressAir pollution caused 135000 deaths in Pakistan in 2015Pakistan TodayThe Standard (press release) -Emirates 24|7 -Economic and Political Weeklyall 8 news articles »