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Tuesday, 12 December 2017
Despite decades of scientific research, there is no treatment that can slow the progression of Alzheimer‘s
The oncology society called attention to the long-established link between alcohol
Cigarettes have been sold at a discounted price to Vatican employees and pensioners
According to the WHO’s statement, in some countries around 80 percent of total consumption of medically important antibiotics is in the animal sector
Reports of self-harm jumped nearly 70 percent among younger teen girls in the UK between 2011 and 2014
Almost every country in the world now has serious nutrition problems, either due to over-eating leading to obesity or a lack of food leading to undernutrition
Who’s coming, what are the key debates about and how green will this meeting be? Five things to know about the U.N. conference known as COP23
The poor and the elderly are the most affected by the worsening climate change
More than 1,000 participants gathered at the Marriott Hotel in Cairo, dancing in a zumba style to music from both East and West
Pesticides are widely used in agriculture to kill bugs, fungi and other produce-plaguing pests. They can hurt humans, too.
As the pink month of October which highlights the issue of breast cancer comes to an end, who should get screened?
Paleolithic diet mimics the diet of cavemen living in the stone age
People with diabetes are three times more likely to die from heart disease than the general population and six times more likely to have a heart attack
When asthma patients took vitamin D supplements, they were 54 percent less likely to have a severe attack
A new campaign titled 'I Love Life' was launched last week to shed light on the challenges facing heart failure patients and possible new treatments
The Red Sea resort offers a number of different events, including a kid's race
Polynesia and Micronesia had the highest rates of child obesity last year, followed by “the high-income English-speaking region” including the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and Britain
A separate FIFPro study found that footballers are also more prone to mental health problems after long-term injuries
The study is fascinating to experts who are trying to predict future warming from black carbon
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