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Home cooked food better for health - Daily Times;

Home cooked food better for health - Daily Times

Daily TimesHome cooked food better for healthDaily Times'It's not spending more but how you spend that's important. What you eat is important'. Home cooked food better for health. By: xinhua. 01-May-17. 0. Share. 0. Tweet. 0. Share. 0. Pin. 0. Share. Top News ...Cooking at home can help you eat healthier, and save you moneyStar2.comCooking at Home Means Eating Better, Spending LessHealthDayall 3 news articles »

Veteran successfully treated for PTSD in breakthrough drug study - KPNX 12 News TV;

Veteran successfully treated for PTSD in breakthrough drug study - KPNX 12 News TV

KPNX 12 News TVVeteran successfully treated for PTSD in breakthrough drug studyKPNX 12 News TVPost-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, can be paralyzing. And not just for veterans, for anyone who's gone through a traumatic experience. But for the first time in more than 20 years, a new breakthrough drug, still in the testing phase, could tackle th.An anxious, depressed PakistanThe Express TribuneOPINION: Why PTSD is no joking matterMilitary TimesCould Risk For PTSD Be Inherited?Raw Storyall 4 news articles »

Study lends weight to diabetes and memory loss link - Gulf Times;

Study lends weight to diabetes and memory loss link - Gulf Times

Daily TimesStudy lends weight to diabetes and memory loss linkGulf TimesNew research has found that people with type 2 diabetes, especially those who are overweight or obese, have thinner grey matter in several areas of the brain. This has to be read together with results of earlier research which has linked type 2 ...Overweight Type 2 Diabetics at Greater Risk for Brain AbnormalitiesPsychCentral.comObesity exacerbates type 2 diabetes-related brain abnormalitiesThe NationDiabetes, weight gain can alter your brain, says studyWCVB BostonDoctors Lounge -Tech Times -The Daily Star -Science World Reportall 13 news articles »

Will get definite travel plans today, says Eman's sister - Times of India;

Will get definite travel plans today, says Eman's sister - Times of India

Times of IndiaWill get definite travel plans today, says Eman's sisterTimes of IndiaMUMBAI: Even as Eman Ahmed's transfer plans to Abu Dhabi are being fine-tuned, the 36-year-old Egyptian who was formerly considered the world's heaviest woman at roughly 500kg spent what could be her last Sunday in Mumbai uneventfully.Egyptian Eman Ahmed won't leave Mumbai todayHindustan TimesDecision to shift Eman to UAE a mistake, warns Mumbai doctorKhaleej TimesWorld's heaviest woman Eman Ahmed not to be discharged todayIndia TodayOneindia -The Wire -Zee News -The Hinduall 33 news articles »

Illegal organ trade gang busted - Pakistan Today;

Illegal organ trade gang busted - Pakistan Today

Pakistan TodayIllegal organ trade gang bustedPakistan TodayLAHORE: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Saturday busted an illegal organ trade gang in Lahore. It was the first-ever case under the Human Organ Transplant Act (HOTA) against two doctors, two foreigners and two organ donors. FIA Regional ...Doctors arrested for running organ sale clinic in LahoreGeo News, PakistanHeinous act of illegal kidney transplants exposed in LahoreDunyaNews PakistanDoctors caught stealing kidneysThe Nationall 4 news articles »

'Low immunisation biggest contributor to infant mortality rate' - The Nation;

'Low immunisation biggest contributor to infant mortality rate' - The Nation

The News International'Low immunisation biggest contributor to infant mortality rate'The NationIslamabad - Pakistan has the highest infant mortality rate (IMR) in South Asia and the biggest contributor in the health issue is low immunisation and vaccination coverage, experts said on Saturday. Pakistan Pediatric Association President Dr Rai ...Cultural barriers hamper immunisationThe Express TribunePakistan has highest infant mortality rate in S AsiaDaily TimesLow immunisation responsible for high child mortalityThe News Internationalall 5 news articles »

Simple treatment for severe bleeding could save lives of new mothers in Pakistan - The News International;

Simple treatment for severe bleeding could save lives of new mothers in Pakistan - The News International

The News InternationalSimple treatment for severe bleeding could save lives of new mothers in PakistanThe News InternationalA huge percentage of young mothers in Pakistan are dying from heavy bleeding after childbirth known as post-partum haemorrhage, a leading cause of maternal death around the globe that can be prevented and to save thousands of lives of new mothers in ...What Is Tranexamic Acid? The Medicine Could Save Moms From Blood Loss After ChildbirthRomperThere's a Cheap Way to Prevent Fatal Blood Loss in New MothersCare2.comMaternal health: Postpartum bleeding may be prevented with this low-cost drug!Zee NewsThe Daily Star -News-Medical.net -pppFocus -Alive For Footballall 9 news articles »

'I'm not going to hide': Finding employment with autism - CBC.ca;

'I'm not going to hide': Finding employment with autism - CBC.ca

CBC.ca'I'm not going to hide': Finding employment with autismCBC.caNicolas Vicenzo is a computer engineer, a cosplay photographer, a Concordia graduate and a heavy metal fan. He also has autism. And while he's finally landed a job that is both fulfilling and accommodates his needs, the 33-year-old Montrealer shuffled ...AUTISM AWARENESS: Goshen Elementary walks for autistic studentsTroy MessengerLetters to the editor: More than just awareness of autismThe News JournalWalk for Autism Caps Awareness MonthDiscover HumboldtMyNewsLA.com -Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Serviceall 32 news articles »

David Lloyd trials dream gym class that lets you nap for 45 minutes - BT.com;

David Lloyd trials dream gym class that lets you nap for 45 minutes - BT.com

BT.comDavid Lloyd trials dream gym class that lets you nap for 45 minutesBT.comNapercise not only helps reinvigorate the mind and body, but even burn a couple of calories too. Share this. Facebook; Twitter; Google plus; Email; Share. 0. David Lloyd trials dream gym class that lets you nap for 45 minutes. Facebook; Twitter; Google ...This workout routine requires nothing but napping for 45 minutesThe Express Tribune'40 winks workout': A gym in the UK you would want to join as it involves sleeping for 45 minutesIndia TodayNapercise - the sleeping gym class - could be coming to Lincoln!Lincolnshire EchoInquirer.net -BBC News -Mirror.co.uk -Shape Magazineall 93 news articles »

Girl Scalped in Carnival Ride Accident Says 'My Scars Don't Define Me' - TIME;

Girl Scalped in Carnival Ride Accident Says 'My Scars Don't Define Me' - TIME

TIMEGirl Scalped in Carnival Ride Accident Says 'My Scars Don't Define Me'TIMENearly a year after suffering a horrific injury on a carnival ride, 12-year-old Elizabeth Gilreath is speaking publicly about her recovery. "My scars don't define me. Nobody's scars should define them," she told NBC affiliate WOWT 6 News Thursday ...One year later: Lulu speaks out about recovery after carnival rideWOWTGirl Injured on Carnival Ride: 'My Scars Don't Define Me'NBCNews.comall 17 news articles »

'Hundreds' of victims to sue breast doctor Ian Patterson says legal firm - International Business Times UK

'Hundreds' of victims to sue breast doctor Ian Patterson says legal firmInternational Business Times UKIan Paterson, a breast surgeon found guilty of 17 counts of wounding with intent after carrying out unnecessary operations on patients, may be sued by hundreds of victims according to a legal firm. Thompsons Solicitors said they were bringing a High ...and more »

World's mushrooming cities pose big vaccination challenges - UNICEF - Zawya;

World's mushrooming cities pose big vaccination challenges - UNICEF - Zawya

ZawyaWorld's mushrooming cities pose big vaccination challenges - UNICEFZawyaA UNICEF logo is pictured outside their offices in Geneva, Switzerland, January 30, 2017. Picture taken January 30, 2017. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse. Reuters/Denis Balibouse. TOPICS. Countries: Somalia. Organizations: Thomson Reuters Foundation.The US should work to promote vaccines around the worldThe Hill (blog)World Immunisation Week: UNICEF vaccinates almost half the world's childrenMedia India GroupVehicles provided by UNICEF to support immunisation outreach in remote VanuatuReliefwebJournal Gazette and Times-Courier -Daily Times -The News International -Hindustan Timesall 28 news articles »

Gastrophysics: The new science behind your eating habits - The Independent;

Gastrophysics: The new science behind your eating habits - The Independent

The IndependentGastrophysics: The new science behind your eating habitsThe IndependentThe food industry is enticing people to buy more with clever tricks. From the placement of spoons in adverts to picking the right genre of music, there's many ways to manipulate the taste buds. Julia Platt Leonard; 2 hours ago ...6 hacks to trick your brain into consuming less caloriesYahoo Newsall 5 news articles »

Doctors, health-care advocates praise Ontario's pharmacare plan - CBC.ca;

Doctors, health-care advocates praise Ontario's pharmacare plan - CBC.ca

CBC.caDoctors, health-care advocates praise Ontario's pharmacare planCBC.caThe medical community is welcoming the Ontario government's new pharmacare program that promises free prescription drugs to all children and young adults starting in January. Doctors, medical researchers, and health-care advocates see pharmacare as ...Liberals promised Ontario budget would combat overcrowded hospitals. Instead, they're about to get worseNational PostFive things to know about Ontario's new youth pharmacare programThe Globe and MailOntario hopes its new youth pharmacare plan spurs national programCTV NewsHuffington Post Canada -Hamilton Spectator -Ottawa Citizenall 24 news articles »

Accurate occupational data vital to save lives, says UN labour agency on World Day - UN News Centre;

Accurate occupational data vital to save lives, says UN labour agency on World Day - UN News Centre

UN News CentreAccurate occupational data vital to save lives, says UN labour agency on World DayUN News CentreA construction worker cuts through a steel beam at a construction site in Luang Prabang, northern Lao People's Democratic Republic. Photo: ILO/Adri Berger. Tweet. Print. 28 April 2017 – Even though more than 2.3 million fatalities and 300 million ...'Don't become a victim yourself while rescuing people in emergencies'Daily TimesRescue 1122 marks World Day for Safety & Health at WorkPakistan Observer2.3-M workers die due to work-related illnessTempoVanguard -Mesothelioma.com (blog) -Fiji Times -PR Newswire UK (press release)all 25 news articles »

Energy Drinks' Potential Effects on the Heart - International News Network;

Energy Drinks' Potential Effects on the Heart - International News Network

International News NetworkEnergy Drinks' Potential Effects on the HeartInternational News NetworkISLAMABAD: A study, published this week in the Journal of the American Heart Association (JAMA), concludes that consuming an energy drink produces more pronounced cardiovascular effects than a drink containing the same amount of caffeine.Potentially harmful effects of energy drinks - it's not the caffeineAsiaOneWhat energy drinks can do to your bodyKVIA El PasoEnergy drinks more dangerous than caffeine alone, says studyTelegraph.co.ukWSAW -Atlanta Journal Constitution -WXOW.com -Ten Eyewitness Newsall 40 news articles »

Burnie woman fundraising for Lyme Disease battle - The Northern Daily Leader;

Burnie woman fundraising for Lyme Disease battle - The Northern Daily Leader

The Northern Daily LeaderBurnie woman fundraising for Lyme Disease battleThe Northern Daily LeaderFighter: Chloe Cox-Haines has battled with dehibiltating symptoms since being bitten by a tick in February 2016. Picture: Cordell Richardson. See your ad here. What's happening in Tamworth. Litter on our footpaths. I've noticed litter on our streets is ...Experts warn of tick problem in Northeast OhioWKBN.comTick researchers found Powassan virus in these Maine townsWGMEAn Uptick in Tick BitesPA home pageOneonta Daily Star -The Inquisitr -Brattleboro Reformer -WJAC Johnstownall 26 news articles »

All efforts being made to protect children against diseases: minister - Daily Times;

All efforts being made to protect children against diseases: minister - Daily Times

Daily TimesAll efforts being made to protect children against diseases: ministerDaily TimesISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for National Health Services Saira Afzal Tarar on Thursday said that the government was making all out efforts for increasing equitable coverage and protecting children against ten life- threatening diseases for which ...Benefits of immunisation still not fully capitalised in PakistanThe News InternationalVaccination Week in the Americas: 15 years, 15 achievementsPan American Health OrganizationWorld Immunisation Week: The rise of the anti-vaccine movement and what it means for public healthThe IndependentHuffington Post -Medical Xpress -Huffington Post Australia -The Globe and Mailall 12 news articles »