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"The queue just keeps growing": Flood of blood donors after deadly Manchester attack - CBS News

CBS News"The queue just keeps growing": Flood of blood donors after deadly Manchester attackCBS NewsPhone lines rang off the hook, social media flooded with inquiries, lines formed outside of blood banks and, at one point, the website for the NHS Blood and Transplant in the United Kingdom crashed due to high traffic on the site. Everyone was looking ...Blood donor centres inundated with people helping any way they can after Manchester attackTelegraph.co.ukHow And Where To Give Blood: Donation Rules In The UK Explained Following Manchester AttackHuffPost UKManchester Blood Banks Receive 'Overwhelming' Number Of Donors Following Deadly AttackHuffPostBustle -Manchester Evening News -Liverpool Echo -Nursing Timesall 28 news articles »

WHO chooses first African to head the global health agency - Washington Post;

WHO chooses first African to head the global health agency - Washington Post

Washington PostWHO chooses first African to head the global health agencyWashington PostThe governing body of the World Health Organization on Tuesday elected Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, a former Ethiopian health minister, to head the global health agency responsible for marshaling the international response to infectious disease ...World Health Organization Elects First Director-General From AfricaNPRThe Latest: New WHO chief: Top goal is universal health careSFGateWHO Elects Ethiopia's Tedros as First Director General From AfricaNew York TimesReuters -BBC News -Science Magazine -Financial Timesall 91 news articles »

Parents, stop feeding your kids fruit juice. Follow these guidelines instead - Globalnews.ca;

Parents, stop feeding your kids fruit juice. Follow these guidelines instead - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caParents, stop feeding your kids fruit juice. Follow these guidelines insteadGlobalnews.caWATCH: It's that time of the year — back to school means packing lunches again. But have you ever wondered how much sugar is lurking in your kids' favourite snacks? Global News spoke to a few dietitians to get the details.AAP Guideline: No Fruit Juice for InfantsMedscapeYour baby shouldn't drink juice. Should anyone in your family?Deseret NewsPaediatricians say no fruit juice in child's first year of lifegulfnews.comCTV News -Huffington Post Canada -Kasmir Monitor -GoodHousekeeping.comall 34 news articles »

What you need to know about ticks - CNN;

What you need to know about ticks - CNN

CNNWhat you need to know about ticksCNN(CNN) As summer heat descends, replacing balmy spring breezes, ticks are becoming active in many regions of the United States. In the coming months, some experts predict that ticks and the diseases they cause will be more abundant due to warmer winter ...Alec Baldwin latest celebrity to battle Lyme disease: What is it?USA TODAYAlec Baldwin Thought He'd 'Die of Lyme Disease' — What to Know About the Tick-Borne IllnessBoston HeraldOttawa officially a risky spot for Lyme infectionOttawa CitizenChesterton Tribune -CBC.ca -Ottumwacourier -DesMoinesRegister.comall 85 news articles »

Mental Health Illness: Receive Help Now Rather Than Later - San Angelo LIVE!;

Mental Health Illness: Receive Help Now Rather Than Later - San Angelo LIVE!

Estherville Daily NewsMental Health Illness: Receive Help Now Rather Than LaterSan Angelo LIVE!SAN ANGELO, TEXAS – Mental health illness continues to be a challenge for people across the nation. Approximately one in five Americans are affected by a mental illness according to the MHMR services for the Concho Valley. Mental health can occur at ...It's not a choiceEstherville Daily NewsMay brings awareness to mental health issuesWhite Mountain IndependentHospital to offer 'Open Minds' forums on mental health and addictionThe Daily ProgressBennington Banner (subscription) -EtNow.com -ABC Online -Bustleall 65 news articles »

Large Study Uncovers Genes Linked To Intelligence - HuffPost UK;

Large Study Uncovers Genes Linked To Intelligence - HuffPost UK

HuffPost UKLarge Study Uncovers Genes Linked To IntelligenceHuffPost UKExactly what constitutes intelligence, and to what extent it is genetic, are some of the most controversial questions in science. But now a new study of nearly 80,000 people, published in Nature Genetics, has managed to identify a number of genes that ...Researchers find dozens of genes associated with measures of intelligenceArs TechnicaIn 'Enormous Success,' Scientists Tie 52 Genes to Human IntelligenceNew York Times'Smart genes' account for 20% of intelligence: studyTimes LIVENewsweek -Science Daily -NBCNews.com -The Libertarian Republicall 33 news articles »

Risk scores for preventing heart disease, stroke must take the long view - STAT;

Risk scores for preventing heart disease, stroke must take the long view - STAT

STATRisk scores for preventing heart disease, stroke must take the long viewSTATmagine your financial adviser using information she gathered from you one day in your mid-30s to guide your investments through your mid-60s. That's probably not an effective strategy. Yet it's akin to what cardiologists like us have traditionally done ...and more »

Experts' tips for choosing the safest sunscreen - CNN;

Experts' tips for choosing the safest sunscreen - CNN

CNNExperts' tips for choosing the safest sunscreenCNN(CNN) Throughout the summer, consumers struggle with how to best protect their skin from the harmful rays of the sun. But which products are the safest? A new report released Tuesday by the Environmental Working Group claims that 73% of the 880 ...Summer Means Sunscreen: How to Choose Wisely And Avoid the 73% That Don't WorkNewsweekIs your sunscreen protecting you? Report ranks sunscreensWLBZ-TVMost sunscreen products don't actually workMarketWatchLive Science -CBC.ca -AOL -Fox Newsall 79 news articles »

A drink a day tied to higher breast cancer risk, report says - CNN;

A drink a day tied to higher breast cancer risk, report says - CNN

CNNA drink a day tied to higher breast cancer risk, report saysCNN(CNN) Researchers have long known that having one too many cocktails might be associated with an increased risk of breast cancer. Now, a new report from the World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research reveals just how ...Warning: Just half a glass of wine a day can increase breast cancer riskBirmingham MailJust one alcoholic drink a day increases breast cancer risk, exercise lowers riskScience DailyJust half a glass of wine a day may increase breast cancer riskNHS ChoicesVoice of America -KTTC -news9.com KWTV -ABC Newsall 78 news articles »

Mother posts video of stricken daughter suffering from tick paralysis - Metro;

Mother posts video of stricken daughter suffering from tick paralysis - Metro

MetroMother posts video of stricken daughter suffering from tick paralysisMetroA traumatised mother's video of her daughter who suddenly could not walk, crawl or use her arms has gone viral. Amanda Lewis posted the video of Evelyn looking like a limp doll on Facebook in a bid to find out if any of her family knew what was happening.Scary Video Shows 3-Year-Old Struggling to Stand After Tick BiteGoodHousekeeping.comMum posts scary Facebook video of young daughter suffering killer tick paralysis as warning to othersMirror.co.ukVideo Of Little Girl's Tick Paralysis Goes Viral -- Warning To ParentsThe InquisitrNEWS.com.au -NEWS10 ABC -wnep.com -Tech Timesall 24 news articles »

In capital city ravaged by cholera, patients eat breadcrumbs - News8000.com - WKBT;

In capital city ravaged by cholera, patients eat breadcrumbs - News8000.com - WKBT

News8000.com - WKBTIn capital city ravaged by cholera, patients eat breadcrumbsNews8000.com - WKBTFannah Mohammad comforts her daughters in Sabeen Children's Hospital in Sanaa as Yemen battles a cholera epidemic that has killed 242 people so far. In capital city ravaged by cholera, patients eat breadcrumbs CNN. Fannah Mohammad comforts her ...UAE rushes urgent cholera treatment supplies to Yemengulfnews.comall 86 news articles »

Microwave mushrooms 'to keep their goodness', scientists say - BBC News;

Microwave mushrooms 'to keep their goodness', scientists say - BBC News

BBC NewsMicrowave mushrooms 'to keep their goodness', scientists sayBBC NewsThe healthiest way to cook mushrooms is to microwave or grill them to preserve their goodness, researchers say. These cooking methods significantly increase levels of antioxidants which protect cells against diseases, but boiling or frying reduces them.The Healthiest Way to Cook Mushrooms Is Totally SurprisingTIMEMushrooms should be microwaved to seal in goodness, scientists sayTelegraph.co.ukMicrowaving mushrooms is the best way to cook them, says scienceGrimsby TelegraphChronicleLive -Economic Times -Laboratory Equipment -NDTVall 22 news articles »

“Not the End of the World”: People Living With HIV/AIDS Speak Up - The Quint;

“Not the End of the World”: People Living With HIV/AIDS Speak Up - The Quint

The Quint“Not the End of the World”: People Living With HIV/AIDS Speak UpThe QuintTo laud the efforts of the medical fraternity which is trying to find a cure for HIV AIDS, 18 May is celebrated annually as AIDS Vaccine Awareness Day. Currently, India has 21 lakh people who are living with HIV/AIDS. Vaccine for Polio took around 50 ...UNAIDS calls for continuous research to find a vaccine for HIVBusinessDay (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)all 19 news articles »

Smokers more vulnerable to most common lung cancer from 'light' cigarettes, scientists say - The Independent;

Smokers more vulnerable to most common lung cancer from 'light' cigarettes, scientists say - The Independent

The IndependentSmokers more vulnerable to most common lung cancer from 'light' cigarettes, scientists sayThe IndependentSo-called “light” cigarettes with ventilated filters may have made smokers more vulnerable to what is now the most common form of lung cancer, say scientists. Researchers investigated why rates of adenocarcinoma, a cancer that occurs deep in the lungs, ...The Hole Story: Ventilated Filters Make Smoking More DeadlyMedscapeSmoking mild or light cigarettes puts you at greater risk of lung cancer, finds studyHindustan TimesOhio State researchers warn of dangers of light cigarettesThe Columbus DispatchU.S. News & World Report -Mirror.co.uk -News-Medical.net -UPI.comall 12 news articles »

No fruit juice for kids under 1, pediatricians advise - CNN;

No fruit juice for kids under 1, pediatricians advise - CNN

CNNNo fruit juice for kids under 1, pediatricians adviseCNN(CNN) Children should not be given fruit juice before they are 1 year old unless it's advised by a doctor, according to new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics, published Monday in the journal Pediatrics. The group had previously advised ...Avoid fruit juice up to the age of 1 year, say the AAPMedical News TodayNo Fruit Juice Before Age 1, Pediatricians SayPhilly.comPediatricians advise no fruit juice until kids are 1Minnesota Public Radio NewsCBS News -Zee News -NBCNews.com -TIMEall 64 news articles »

Don't just blame stress for poor sleep. Here's one more reason that'll surprise you - Hindustan Times;

Don't just blame stress for poor sleep. Here's one more reason that'll surprise you - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesDon't just blame stress for poor sleep. Here's one more reason that'll surprise youHindustan TimesPoor sleep, you'll be surprised to know, is not just a result of stress. According to a new study, air pollution too contributes to insufficient shut eye. fitness Updated: May 22, 2017 11:05 IST. The Guardian. Sleep ...Traffic-related air pollutants may disrupt sleepIndependent OnlineToxic air pollution 'stops people getting a good night's sleep and massively impacts long-term health'Mirror.co.ukAir pollution linked to a bad night's sleepTV3.iePhilly.com -NDTV -Science 2.0 -Financial Expressall 19 news articles »

Instagram Worst Social Media App for Young People's Mental Health - whotv.com;

Instagram Worst Social Media App for Young People's Mental Health - whotv.com

whotv.comInstagram Worst Social Media App for Young People's Mental Healthwhotv.comInstagram is the most detrimental social networking app for young people's mental health, followed closely by Snapchat, according to a new report by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) in the UK. Their study, #StatusofMind, surveyed almost 1500 ...Study Reveals Which Social Media Network Is the Most Damaging to Your Mental Well-BeingComplexInstagram ranked worst social media for mental healthInternational Business Times UK'It's Not the Real World': Instagram Ranked Worst Social Media for Mental HealthSputnik InternationalIrish Independent -Yahoo News UK -WSAW -The Sydney Morning Heraldall 24 news articles »

Global Cyber Attack Hits First Australian Business - Newburghcircle;

Global Cyber Attack Hits First Australian Business - Newburghcircle

NewburghcircleGlobal Cyber Attack Hits First Australian BusinessNewburghcircleRob Whiteman, CIPFA chief executive said: “The NHS ransomware attack needs to be a stark reminder for all government organisations to ensure IT security is optimal, regularly reviewed and upgraded, and given the resources to match our reliance on ...NHS still very busy after cyber-attack - but what if you need an appointment over the weekend?Gazette LiveNHS urges people to use services wisely this weekendITV NewsCyber Attack Hits China Government, Schools, but Spread SlowsThe Smeal Statement (press release) (blog)pppFocus -ClickLancashire -Digital Health -Leicester Postall 115 news articles »

This obese Thai monkey has been placed on a very strict diet - Irish Independent;

This obese Thai monkey has been placed on a very strict diet - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentThis obese Thai monkey has been placed on a very strict dietIrish IndependentA Thai monkey that gorged itself on junk food and soda left behind by tourists has been placed on a strict diet to lose weight. Uncle Fat, a name bestowed on the macaque by locals, weighed triple that of most macaques – around 27kg – when he was ...Thailand's morbidly obese monkey 'Uncle Fat' rescued and placed on diet after junk food bingeEvening StandardMeet 'Uncle Fat,' Thailand's chunky monkey who's going on a dietArizona Daily StarTourists Helped Fatten Him Up; Now Thai Monkey Is On A DietNPRSHEmazing -HuffPost -Metro -U.S. News & World Reportall 75 news articles »

Cholera alert in Kenya - The Herald;

Cholera alert in Kenya - The Herald

The HeraldCholera alert in KenyaThe HeraldNAIROBI. – A Kenyan health official says the government has issued an alert over a cholera outbreak in the capital after five cases of the disease were confirmed and three other suspected cases were being investigated.Nairobi County Health Executive ...Police search for cateress of Karen wedding hit by cholera deathsNairobi News (satire) (press release) (blog)Cholera kills two in Kenyan capital, five hospitalized: officialYahoo News UKall 6 news articles »