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The Washington Times
Group aims to attract medical tourists to VegasLAS VEGAS (AP) - Most destinations that position themselves as medical tourism
Group aims to attract medical tourists to Vegas
The Washington Times / Posted 3 hours ago
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Most destinations that position themselves as medical tourism centers have world-class health-care facilities that southern Nevada doesn’t match. But that’s not stopping some who see economic opportunity for the region if it... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Say No to Nuclear Energy in Nigeriafrom nuclear energy can lead to a disaster of catastrophic proportion that coul
Say No to Nuclear Energy in Nigeria
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 hours ago
from nuclear energy can lead to a disaster of catastrophic proportion that could lead to thousands of death, long term health problems, spikes in cancer incidents and birth defects. The devastation of a nuclear disaster in a highly populated... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
X-Raying Elumelu's Take On Africa's Developmentfor engagement in Africa. "The traditional approach to development has been fo
X-Raying Elumelu's Take On Africa's Development
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 hours ago
for engagement in Africa. "The traditional approach to development has been for donors and governments to invest in basic health, education and access to food in developing countries, with the hope that the beneficiaries will eventually become... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Rocky region demands a Fair Go for health servicessmoking, drinking and obesity than Australians living in capital city suburbs.
Rocky region demands a Fair Go for health services
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 7 hours ago
smoking, drinking and obesity than Australians living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term outlook for our region's residents is dire. The Morning-Bulletin today reveals a set of... Read more
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The Manila Times
Burundi economy battered by year-long crisisalready been hit by falling production of coffee — the country’s main export, a
Burundi economy battered by year-long crisis
The Manila Times / Posted 7 hours ago
already been hit by falling production of coffee — the country’s main export, are also feeling the pinch as funding for health, education and infrastructure programs dry up. “So far the Burundian government has been living by its wits, cutting... Read more
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Greenwich Time
The Almanac: clubs, meetingsemail gtcitydesk@scni.com with “Almanac” in the subject line, or call 203-625-4
The Almanac: clubs, meetings
Greenwich Time / Posted 9 hours ago
email gtcitydesk@scni.com with “Almanac” in the subject line, or call 203-625-4410. THE NURSE IS IN: 10 a.m.-noon. Free health education and blood pressure screening. Nurse on site to answer your health questions. Greenwich Hospital, Cafeteria... Read more
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Daily News
May Day messagesintervene in protecting their rights. The government has introduced legislatio
May Day messages
Daily News / Posted 9 hours ago
intervene in protecting their rights. The government has introduced legislation needed for their proffesional security, health and welfare - we have created a good working class environment by taking into consideration the guidelines set out by... Read more
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dna
Time for a change again, say Bengal's intellectuals who wanted a change in state politics in 2011elections. Aich says the last few years of the left front rule was problematic
Time for a change again, say Bengal's intellectuals who wanted a change in state politics in 2011
dna / Posted 10 hours ago
elections. Aich says the last few years of the left front rule was problematic in many sectors, especially in that of health, education and industries. "The violence went up in the last few years. That's when Mamata Banerjee came into the... Read more
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BBC News
Barbie challenges the 'white saviour complex'magnificent continent, its warm people and amazing wildlife can give volunteers
Barbie challenges the 'white saviour complex'
BBC News / Posted 13 hours ago
magnificent continent, its warm people and amazing wildlife can give volunteers in return". It sends volunteers to work in health, education and conservation projects across southern and east Africa, and in 2016 it is recruiting around 2,500... Read more
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Queensland Times
Milton puts people of Oxley electorate first on the listfrom any government, no matter who is in power." Mr Dick grew up in a progress
Milton puts people of Oxley electorate first on the list
Queensland Times / Posted 17 hours ago
from any government, no matter who is in power." Mr Dick grew up in a progressive household with brother Cameron, now the Health Minister in the Palaszczuk Government, and his sister Sue who is a school teacher. "Issues were always spoken about... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Menstruation Is Not a Dirty Wordon such a girl's life. A recent Newsweek article reminds us that taboos, pover
Menstruation Is Not a Dirty Word
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 hours ago
on such a girl's life. A recent Newsweek article reminds us that taboos, poverty, inadequate sanitary facilities, meager health education and an enduring culture of silence create an environment in which girls and women are denied what should be... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
Romualdez endorsed by vote-rich One Cebufor sharing similar platforms of government in ensuring peace and order, curbin
Romualdez endorsed by vote-rich One Cebu
Manila Standard Today / Posted 19 hours ago
for sharing similar platforms of government in ensuring peace and order, curbing graft and corruption, giving free college education, and improving health services through zero-billing for the indigents. Romualdez assured Filipinos that he would... Read more
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New Kerala
Paswan, Javadekar, Nadda among non-performing ministers: newkerala.com #57091union ministers namely Ram Vilas Paswan (Food), Bandaru Dattatreya (Labour), Ra
Paswan, Javadekar, Nadda among non-performing ministers: newkerala.com #57091
New Kerala / Posted 20 hours ago
union ministers namely Ram Vilas Paswan (Food), Bandaru Dattatreya (Labour), Radha Mohan Singh (Agriculture), J.P. Nadda (Health) and Prakash Javadekar (Environment) have failed public expectations, a survey has found. The survey, however, has... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Results of Multiple and Health Survey to Be Known SoonJob Graça announced on Friday in Luanda the release soon of the results of the
Results of Multiple and Health Survey to Be Known Soon
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 hours ago
Job Graça announced on Friday in Luanda the release soon of the results of the Survey of Multiple Indicator Demographic and Health (IIMS 2015). This was at the Fifth Ordinary Plenary Session of the National Statistical Council (CNEST). The... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Dietitian on aisle four: Grocery stores are calling in health expertsAnd 62 percent of stores surveyed employ store dietitians to help them achieve
Dietitian on aisle four: Grocery stores are calling in health experts
Chicago Tribune / Posted 21 hours ago
And 62 percent of stores surveyed employ store dietitians to help them achieve that goal. Some companies are taking health education beyond store walls. Akua Woolbright has led the healthy eating outreach effort for Whole Foods Market in... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Unions back to basicsHealth, education and jobs were the issues unions were talking about on May Day
Unions back to basics
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
Health, education and jobs were the issues unions were talking about on May Day 2016. May Day March 2016Wollongong's annual rally by the unions, for International Workers Day. Pictures: Georgia Matts The right to work, the right to education and... Read more
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New Kerala
Social reformer Sri M's pan-India march for harmony concludes in Srinagar - newkerala.com #56884parts of our nation. The next edition is envisaged to start from Kanyakumari an
Social reformer Sri M's pan-India march for harmony concludes in Srinagar - newkerala.com #56884
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
parts of our nation. The next edition is envisaged to start from Kanyakumari and proceed along those areas," added the yogi-educationist, whose autobiography 'Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master' is a best-seller and lives in Madanapalle, Andhra... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Temer govt would press ahead with Brazil corruption fightstate-run companies, according to a document seen by Reuters. The 17-page docu
Temer govt would press ahead with Brazil corruption fight
Eye Witness News / Posted yesterday
state-run companies, according to a document seen by Reuters. The 17-page document serves as a blueprint for policies on health, education and social issues under a future Temer government and is expected to be released next week. Temer could be... Read more
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Greenwich Time
The Almanac: clubs, meetingsof Greenwich, 259 E. Putnam Ave. For more information, 203-869-6501, Ext. 131.
The Almanac: clubs, meetings
Greenwich Time / Posted yesterday
of Greenwich, 259 E. Putnam Ave. For more information, 203-869-6501, Ext. 131. THE NURSE IS IN: 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Free health education and blood pressure screening. Nurse on site to answer health questions. Greenwich Library, Health... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Lifestyle coach offers tips to win mental battle for fitnesssocial media session with lifestyle coach Cassie Carey. Carey has a background
Lifestyle coach offers tips to win mental battle for fitness
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted yesterday
social media session with lifestyle coach Cassie Carey. Carey has a background in teaching in both physical education and health education, she also is a certified lifestyle coach in the National Diabetes Prevention Program. Carey graduated with... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Temer government would press ahead with Brazil corruption fight - documentstate-run companies, according to a document seen by Reuters. The 17-page docu
Temer government would press ahead with Brazil corruption fight - document
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
state-run companies, according to a document seen by Reuters. The 17-page document serves as a blueprint for policies on health, education and social issues under a future Temer government and is expected to be released next week. Temer could be... Read more
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The Star
Temer government would press ahead with Brazil corruption fight - documentstate-run companies, according to a document seen by Reuters. The 17-page docu
Temer government would press ahead with Brazil corruption fight - document
The Star / Posted yesterday
state-run companies, according to a document seen by Reuters. The 17-page document serves as a blueprint for policies on health, education and social issues under a future Temer government and is expected to be released next week. Temer could be... Read more
3 related stories
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Reuters
Temer government would press ahead with Brazil corruption fight: documentstate-run companies, according to a document seen by Reuters. The 17-page docu
Temer government would press ahead with Brazil corruption fight: document
Reuters / Posted yesterday
state-run companies, according to a document seen by Reuters. The 17-page document serves as a blueprint for policies on health, education and social issues under a future Temer government and is expected to be released next week. Temer could be... Read more
3 related stories
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Roll Call
Funding Cancer Moonshot 'Could Be a Problem'budget recommends most of the money be appropriated to the National Cancer Inst
Funding Cancer Moonshot 'Could Be a Problem'
Roll Call / Posted yesterday
budget recommends most of the money be appropriated to the National Cancer Institute and the National Institutes of Health,” said Dick Woodruff, vice president of federal affairs at the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network. “And... Read more
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Roll Call
On Cancer 'Moonshot,' Time is Ticking for Bidendesk bipartisan legislation that would safely bring lifesaving drugs and medica
On Cancer 'Moonshot,' Time is Ticking for Biden
Roll Call / Posted yesterday
desk bipartisan legislation that would safely bring lifesaving drugs and medical devices to patients more quickly,” Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee Chairman Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., said in a statement. The White House on... Read more
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Roll Call
Biden Gets Pope's Support for Cancer 'Moonshot'in the “moonshot” will help define its success or failure, said GOP Sen. Johnny
Biden Gets Pope's Support for Cancer 'Moonshot'
Roll Call / Posted yesterday
in the “moonshot” will help define its success or failure, said GOP Sen. Johnny Isakson of Georgia, a member of the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee. “You’ve got to bring everyone in,” he said in a recent interview. “You’ve... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Refugee policy shames us all for our silenceor to diminish its telling as part of our national story. We continue to strug
Refugee policy shames us all for our silence
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
or to diminish its telling as part of our national story. We continue to struggle to accept ongoing problems of poverty, health, education and life expectancy among indigenous communities stem from that past, unable or unwilling to apply a... Read more
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Santa Rosa Press Gazette
LETTER: Growing United Way campaign increases Santa Rosa service agency giftsraised in Santa Rosa remain in Santa Rosa to serve the community and help suppo
LETTER: Growing United Way campaign increases Santa Rosa service agency gifts
Santa Rosa Press Gazette / Posted yesterday
raised in Santa Rosa remain in Santa Rosa to serve the community and help support UWSR’s key initiatives which include health, education, and income stability.Second, in addition to annually funding designated gifts; providing direct community... Read more
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Northern Star
Refugee policy shames us all for our silenceor to diminish its telling as part of our national story. We continue to strug
Refugee policy shames us all for our silence
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
or to diminish its telling as part of our national story. We continue to struggle to accept ongoing problems of poverty, health, education and life expectancy among indigenous communities stem from that past, unable or unwilling to apply a... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Refugee policy shames us all for our silenceor to diminish its telling as part of our national story. We continue to strug
Refugee policy shames us all for our silence
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
or to diminish its telling as part of our national story. We continue to struggle to accept ongoing problems of poverty, health, education and life expectancy among indigenous communities stem from that past, unable or unwilling to apply a... Read more
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Queensland Times
Refugee policy shames us all for our silenceor to diminish its telling as part of our national story. We continue to strug
Refugee policy shames us all for our silence
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
or to diminish its telling as part of our national story. We continue to struggle to accept ongoing problems of poverty, health, education and life expectancy among indigenous communities stem from that past, unable or unwilling to apply a... Read more
5 related stories
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The Morning Bulletin
Refugee policy shames us all for our silenceor to diminish its telling as part of our national story. We continue to strug
Refugee policy shames us all for our silence
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
or to diminish its telling as part of our national story. We continue to struggle to accept ongoing problems of poverty, health, education and life expectancy among indigenous communities stem from that past, unable or unwilling to apply a... Read more
5 related stories
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News Mail
Refugee policy shames us all for our silenceor to diminish its telling as part of our national story. We continue to strug
Refugee policy shames us all for our silence
News Mail / Posted yesterday
or to diminish its telling as part of our national story. We continue to struggle to accept ongoing problems of poverty, health, education and life expectancy among indigenous communities stem from that past, unable or unwilling to apply a... Read more
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News Mail
Don’t forget about us: we deserve a better lifeby smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs.
Don’t forget about us: we deserve a better life
News Mail / Posted yesterday
by smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term outlook for our region's residents is dire. The NewsMail today reveals a set of shocking... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Battle ahead to bring health up to par with big smokeby smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs.
Battle ahead to bring health up to par with big smoke
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
by smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term outlook for our region's residents is dire. The Daily Examiner today reveals a set of... Read more
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Daily Examiner
CLARENCE Valley residents are more likely to die of avoidablby smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs.
CLARENCE Valley residents are more likely to die of avoidabl
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
by smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term outlook for our region’s residents is dire. The Daily Examiner today reveals a set of... Read more
6 related stories
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Greenwich Time
Almanac: clubs, meetingsof Greenwich, 259 E. Putnam Ave. For more information, 203-869-6501, Ext. 131.
Almanac: clubs, meetings
Greenwich Time / Posted yesterday
of Greenwich, 259 E. Putnam Ave. For more information, 203-869-6501, Ext. 131. THE NURSE IS IN: 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Free health education and blood pressure screening. Nurse on site to answer health questions. Greenwich Library, Health... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
An uphill battle for our healthby smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs.
An uphill battle for our health
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
by smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term outlook for our region's residents is dire. The Daily Mercury today reveals a set of... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
We face an uphill battle for equal healthby smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs.
We face an uphill battle for equal health
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
by smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term outlook for our region's residents is dire. The Chronicle today reveals a set of shocking... Read more
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Queensland Times
Ipswich faces battle to get health on par with cityby smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs.
Ipswich faces battle to get health on par with city
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
by smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term outlook for our region's residents is dire. The Queensland Times today reveals a set of... Read more
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NBC News
As Clock Ticks on Debt Payment, Puerto Rico Braces for What's Nextthe ball is in Congress' court." Puerto Rico is going through a severe economi
As Clock Ticks on Debt Payment, Puerto Rico Braces for What's Next
NBC News / Posted yesterday
the ball is in Congress' court." Puerto Rico is going through a severe economic crisis; there have been drastic cuts in health, education and public services as the government has run out of cash. There are regular reports of school closings,... Read more
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The Manila Times
Ilocos Norte posts lowest poverty rateExpress, a program focused on poverty reduction which brought the provincial go
Ilocos Norte posts lowest poverty rate
The Manila Times / Posted yesterday
Express, a program focused on poverty reduction which brought the provincial government’s various programs on agriculture, health, education, jobs and livelihood, among others to all Ilocanos down to the grassroots,” Marcos said. Citing the... Read more
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Milwaukee Brewers
Brewersare funded in part by Community Foundation and focus on nonprofits providing q
Brewers
Milwaukee Brewers / Posted yesterday
are funded in part by Community Foundation and focus on nonprofits providing quality programming in the areas of health, education, recreation and basic needs. Spearheaded by Community Relations, in partnership with Community... Read more
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MLive.com
Flint 101: In business schools and seminars, a tough grade for Snyder"decisions on water treatment were primarily made on the basis of cost and feas
Flint 101: In business schools and seminars, a tough grade for Snyder
MLive.com / Posted yesterday
"decisions on water treatment were primarily made on the basis of cost and feasibility." Staff members at Harvard's Global Health Education and Learning Incubator say they are building teaching tools for what the center calls "possibly the most... Read more
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FOX News
New implant set to join fight against US painkiller epidemicof heroin or prescription painkillers, fewer than half are receiving help, acco
New implant set to join fight against US painkiller epidemic
FOX News / Posted yesterday
of heroin or prescription painkillers, fewer than half are receiving help, according to the U.S. Centers for Human and Health Services (HHS). This has become an issue in the U.S. presidential campaign, and experts say there is a strong... Read more
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International Business Times
Why does boredom make us crave junk food? Blame low dopamine levels to promoting healthy eating, the effects of boredom on individuals should also
Why does boredom make us crave junk food? Blame low dopamine levels
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
to promoting healthy eating, the effects of boredom on individuals should also be taken into account. "People designing health education campaigns to encourage us to make healthier food choices need to take boredom, including boredom in the... Read more
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St. Louis Cardinals
Homestand highlights (Friday, April 29-Sunday, May 8, 2016)balls and other equipment needed for each team, Redbird Rookies also provides e
Homestand highlights (Friday, April 29-Sunday, May 8, 2016)
St. Louis Cardinals / Posted yesterday
balls and other equipment needed for each team, Redbird Rookies also provides extensive off-field support in the areas of health, education, mentoring and the cultural arts for each of the nearly 4,500 kids who participate in the program each... Read more
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walesonline
Assembly election 2016: Who is standing in Bridgend?I was employed by international banks and started my small business. What are
Assembly election 2016: Who is standing in Bridgend?
walesonline / Posted yesterday
I was employed by international banks and started my small business. What are the biggest challenges facing Wales? Health, education, the economy and the mismanagement of our resources by the Labour Welsh Government are the biggest... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
New implant set to join fight against US painkiller epidemicof heroin or prescription painkillers, fewer than half are receiving help, acco
New implant set to join fight against US painkiller epidemic
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
of heroin or prescription painkillers, fewer than half are receiving help, according to the U.S. Centers for Human and Health Services (HHS). This has become an issue in the U.S. presidential campaign, and experts say there is a strong... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Giyani Community Radio Celebrates Two Yearsfor continuous dialogue on a range of pressing issues such as making local gove
Giyani Community Radio Celebrates Two Years
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
for continuous dialogue on a range of pressing issues such as making local government everybody's responsibility, safety, health, education, employment and rural development," she said. Over 140 community radio stations have been licensed and... Read more
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