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Seeing the doctor, overseas: medical tourism boom...
In this picture taken December 9, 2014, Bangladeshi woman Nusrat Hussein Kiwan poses in front of the International Patients Centre reception area at a private hospital in Kuala Lumpur. Manan...
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EU court opens door to stemcell patents
REUTERSFile photo: Although work on stemcell therapies is still experimental, researchers believe they have potential to treat a range of diseases from Parkinson's to blindness. Brussels - Europe's...
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Lanka Hospitals supports families with the greate...
Lanka Hospitals, the foremost multi-specialty tertiary care hospital recently celebrated a landmark achievement of recording the 700th IVF birth (In Vitro Fertilization) since the launch of its ultra-...
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What's on TV: Into the Universe with Stephen Hawk...
The British physicist asks "where did it all come from?" in Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking. Photo: AFP I will be honest: the Christmas week is not the high point of the year when it comes to...
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The physiological effect of a woman's voice
From Laruen Bacall's killer line "You know how to whistle don't you?" in the 1944 classic To Have and Have Not, to Mariella Frostrup's honey-on-gravel huskiness, women's voices have renowned powers of...
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Quinn: Hey Apple Health, did you forget about wom...
Apple's new Health app appears to track everything measurable about the body -- sleep patterns, blood alcohol content, heart rate, inhaler usage, times fallen, you name it. Via the sensors on my...
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The Incredible Story Of The Girls Who Never Age
Richard Walker has been trying to conquer ageing since he was a 26-year-old free-loving hippie. It was the 1960s, an era marked by youth: Vietnam War protests, psychedelic drugs, sexual revolutions....
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Child Free Holidays
If your lack of baby is distracting from your holiday cheer try reframing the situation. Often times we get in to “all or nothing” thinking. Not being pregnant right now has no bearing on your...
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Top ten food stories from 2014
Everything from Nutella and McDonald's to Filipino delicacies, here are our top 10 food stories from 2014. We take a look back at the top ten food stories from 2014. Photos / NZ Herald, File 1: NZ...
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Birtle farm boy goes global
Wade Barnes has become a high-flyer in the world of agri-business with his Farmers Edge, a firm that helps farmers get the most out of their land. Not so long ago, Wade Barnes was just another farm...
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The Surprising Ways That Chickens Changed the Wor...
For most of us, the word "chicken" spells a cold, clammy slab of plastic-wrapped white meat plucked out of the refrigerated section of our local supermarket. But in the ancient world, and in many...
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Why rape is so intrinsic to religion
Who needs consent, freely given? If he’s a god, she’s got to want it, right? That is how the stories play out. Whether or not the delectable young thing puts up a protest, whether or not seduction...
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Cellphones, Cell Towers and Wildlife - Part 2
Katie Singer works on public policy with the Electromagnetic Radiation Policy Institute. A medical journalist, her books include The Garden of
; Honoring Our Cycles, and An Electronic Silent...
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Farmer achieves record sugarcane production throu...
A progressive farmer has achieved a record production of more than 60 tonnes per acre through the judicious use of organic farming techniques and drip irrigation technology. Chitrashekar...
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Pensions gap halved
The pensions gap has been halved since it was last calculated several years ago when the previous government was considering reforms to make pensions sustainable and adequate. Finance Minister Edward...
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Ghostly goings-on in our quiet backwaters
Published at 16:11, Wednesday, 29 October 2008 WITH Halloween approaching, it’s a good time to delve into the files and discover some of the more mysterious happenings from Cumbria’s past.... The...
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Japan’s pet owners shower furry ones with holiday...
A man on a bike leads a dog across a pedestrian crossing in the Roppongi district in Tokyo. (Thomas Peter/Reuters) Forget the kids. What are you doing for your dog this Christmas? How are you going...
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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
It is Umno, not Malays, who has become beggars, s...
It is Umno, not Malays, who has become beggars, says DAP Published: 21 December 2014 Bukit Bendera MP Zairil Khir Johari says Umno has been grovelling and bending over for right wing groups such as...
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Lim Kit Siang
Today, big broods draw odd questions for puzzled ...
In a grocery store, Rebecca Braun and the children with her encountered a young boy and his mother. “Mommy, she has a lot of kids,” the toddler remarked. The mother was not amused. “She has too many...
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Joanna Krupa turns heads in eye-popping party dre...
Joanna Krupa turns heads in plunging party dress that barely covers her thighs.... as she reveals she has frozen her eggs to delay motherhood She has publicly admitted that she is not ready for...
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