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23-old takes her first steps in NINE years after ...
Taylor was diagnosed with ME at the age of 14 The 23-year-old has been confined to her bed for nine years, struck by bouts of exhaustion, muscle and joint pain, poor concentration and...
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Celebrating help and hope
Forty years ago this month, a life-altering organization for women in Oxford opened its doors during a wave of reformist philosophy fuelled by the women's liberation movement. At the time, there were...
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Gaza - 'the worst we have ever seen' says MSF med...
... Israeli troops and Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip, the United Nations is calling for an urgent end to hostilities. Residents of Gaza say the past few days' bombardment from Israel...
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Medecins Sans Frontieres
Monoamine oxidase A: Biomarker for postpartum dep...
For most women, the birth of their baby is one of the most strenuous but also happiest days in their lives. However, joy and happiness are often followed by fatigue and exhaustion. The vast majority...
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Salvation Army of the Midlands will hold its annual Clothes for Kids at Columbiana Centre and Columbia Place Mall Friday, August 1–Sunday, August, 10, during...
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Playing telephone with Out There
... was pretty spectacular, but we discovered that altitude brings attitude. It's far better for us to have our head out of the clouds and our feet back on the ground (well, the second floor)....
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Breakthrough in IVF treatment could triple number...
... reproduction. Scientists believe they can double or even triple the proportion of healthy babies born as a result fertility treatment with a relatively simple technique that takes a...
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Ebola outbreak: fight against disease hampered by...
... doctor who was playing a leading part in the fight against the disease. Avoiding a similar fate for themselves has been one of the main challenges for Dr Black and his colleagues in the 56-bed...
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Breastfeeding awareness encourages acceptance
Breastfeeding is by no means a new concept, but the World Health Organization is trying to bring awareness of its importance not just to moms, but to the public as well. World Breastfeeding Week is...
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... caught it, one scene re-creates the extraordinary "I Feel Good" dance number Brown performed, in an extraordinarily unfortunate ski sweater, for the 1965 American-International Frankie...
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We'd rather die, say Christmas Island kids
... `my home in jail on Christmas Island'." She said the rate of anxiety and other mental health stresses among children had escalated significantly after a spate of recent attempted...
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Gauteng Boardwalk - July 30, 2014
Vanrenen based on the book by Marianne Thamm. August 6 to 30, Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm. For young adults from age 16. R60 a pupil in a school group, normal price R140, R100. Jittery...
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MATES in Construction – harnessing the mateship c...
Matthew Giles reports: Among the usual crowd of public health professionals, doctors and academics was John Brady, a former construction worker and small business owner, whose organisation MATES in...
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Horne: Bring compassion to your interactions
... their experience, giving support and receiving support from one another. You felt comforted by it and, I dare to say, uplifted by the generosity of spirit that was present. Why does a...
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Parenting in the age of iPhones
... advice to parents raising kids in a fast-paced, digital society. She is also a supervisor for the infant development program at the Langley Child Development Centre. “Something has changed...
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The good king
The details are neither romantic nor dramatic. There is no mad hunt for the Madame and her bathtub of stolen millions. There are no secret meetings at the Senate basement, no wiretapped phone calls to...
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Learning how to prevent suicide by listening to t...
... a draft national statement on the inclusion of lived experience in suicide prevention. For Suicide Prevention Australia CEO Sue Murray, lived experience is unique, rare and effective as...
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Suicide Prevention Australia
University of Manchester
... top.” Photograph by Mary Ellen Mark. On August 19, 2009, Tommy Davis, the chief spokesperson for the Church of Scientology International, received a letter from the film director and...
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Sea of colour as Nottinghamshire Pride comes to t...
... it was illegal to be gay and said Nottinghamshire Pride shows how things have changed - for the better. Mr Bond turned out to support this year’s Nottinghamshire Gay Pride with his wife...
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Authorities launch review after links between not...
Education Department has launched a review after links were revealed between a Melbourne school for students with disabilities and notorious cult “The Family”. Cult member Peter Lyall was awarded...
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