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Walking Off Depression and Beating Stress Outdoors? Nature Group Walks Linked to Improved Mental Health Large scale study says consistent walking in nature linked with significantly lower depression...
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In Southern Maryland, where the health of the Chesapeake Bay, the Potomac and Patuxent rivers is critical, waterways get a lot of attention from environmental groups, scientists and the media. And...
2014/09/23 16:12
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Duck -- because the pendulum is swinging, from offense back toward defense. Seattle's decisive rout of Denver in the Super Bowl wasn't just a nice win for the Emerald City. The outcome will have...
2014/09/23 15:57
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Governments and business leaders unite to end deforestation The destruction of the world's rainforests is one of the largest causes of CO2 emissions A public-private partnership of multinationals,...
2014/09/23 15:40
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... Joint Commission accrediting organization found problems in the hospital's pharmacy department during an April survey. The state Health Department then conducted a survey and concluded...
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From Spreadsheets to Solutions: New Platform Enables Next Generation of Open City Data Plenario lets governments, researchers, public easily find, download datasets Available for logged-in reporters...
2014/09/23 15:08
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The number of extremely hot days in Eastern and Midwestern U.S. cities is projected to triple by mid-century, according to a new study led by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers and published...
2014/09/23 14:29
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... damage to the fight against HIV/AIDS than his predecessor, Thabo Mbeki? Helen Zille, premier of the Western Cape and leader of South Africa's opposition party the Democratic Alliance (DA),...
2014/09/23 14:25
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Mia just gave birth to a healthy baby boy even though she was addicted to methamphetamine until about a month and a half before he was born. Her name has been changed in this story to protect her...
2014/09/23 14:05
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The Baltimore Sun By Patricia Berg, Tom Sherman, Robert Weiner Thousands of cancer scientists -- not your usual political activists -- congregated on Captiol Hill Thursday to "Rally for Medical...
2014/09/23 13:46
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A judge is hearing more testimony in a dispute over Detroit's policy to cut off water to residents who can't afford the service. Judge Steven Rhodes is overseeing the city's bankruptcy case. The city...
2014/09/23 13:38
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... — More than 700 infants and 40 health care workers have been exposed to tuberculosis, commonly called TB, at a hospital in El Paso, Texas, according to the city’s Department of Public...
2014/09/23 13:19
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As the fall term begins, the value of providing public education to thousands of undocumented, unaccompanied young migrants who arrived from Central America in the last year has become a hot topic in...
2014/09/23 13:08
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A surprising new study pulls back the curtain on one of the most contentious issues in health care: differences in payment and income between physicians who perform operations, procedures or tests,...
2014/09/23 12:29
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If current economic growth is going to continue then the Government of Zambia (GoZ) must invest in nutrition, according to Guy Scott, Vice President of Zambia in new IDS report 'Turning Rapid Growth...
2014/09/23 11:56
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Oh where to start. First it was the Treasury department announcing its first major escalation in the crackdown against tax inversions, which has sent European healthcare stocks lower over concerns...
2014/09/23 11:49
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... the imminent attack plotting against the United States and Western interests" by a network of "seasoned al-Qaida veterans" — sometimes known as the Khorasan Group -- who have established a...
2014/09/23 11:48
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... American justice system. At these roadside stations, where police question drivers in search of the inebriated or “illegal,” anyone can be stopped and questioned, regardless of probable cause,...
2014/09/23 11:22
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PROVIDENCE — A panel of medical experts gathered at Butler Hospital on Monday and condemned the acceptance of marijuana as a harmless drug, saying that cannabis is especially harmful to adolescents...
2014/09/23 11:13
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... wearing the veil. Although the school, whose alumni include campaigner Sarah Brown, the wife of former Prime Minister Gordon Brown, and actress Emma Thompson, has no uniform, it says the niqab...
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