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2014/08/20 09:38
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Want to try a sure-shot way of losing extra flab? Leave your car at home and try public transport instead. Commuting to work by active (walking or cycling) and public modes of transport is linked to...
2014/08/20 09:38
2014/08/20 09:38
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2014/08/19 23:38
2014/08/19 23:38
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Commuters who have an “active” journey to and from work have lower body-weight and body-fat composition than those who travel by car. According to the study, published in the British Medical Journal,...
2014/08/19 19:42
2014/08/19 19:42
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Brice de la Vigne, the operations director of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), said politicians in industrialised countries urgently needed to take action, or risk the outbreak spreading much further....
2014/08/19 18:37
2014/08/19 18:37
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With experimental drugs in short supply or not ready for use, global health officials are exploring whether the natural immunity survivors gain after they shed the virus can be shared with others. The...
2014/08/19 13:19
2014/08/19 13:19
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A report claiming that organic crops are more nutritious than non-organic crops is not supported by the evidence, according to leading experts in the field. Tom Sanders, professor of nutrition and...
2014/08/18 17:41
2014/08/18 17:41
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Some time after 3am, my door slowly opens. There is the scuttle of tiny feet, the familiar creak as a small person sinks in besides me. An hour later, comes another little visitor. Another night,...
2014/08/15 16:52
2014/08/15 16:52
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HOT ZONE: Two medical staff carry a weak patient, who has been in contact with people infected with Ebola, to be admitted to a Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Ebola treatment...
2014/08/15 12:37
2014/08/15 12:37
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Researchers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine interviewed 130 teenagers aged 16-18 in three sites across the country to “explore expectations, experiences and circumstances of anal...
2014/08/15 09:08
2014/08/15 09:08
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People who are overweight or obese are at greater risk of developing cancer, according to a major new study. Researchers from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine gathered data on 5.2...
2014/08/14 20:11
2014/08/14 20:11
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DAKAR, Senegal (AP) - Doctors treating a Sierra Leone physician with Ebola defended their decision not to give him an experimental drug, saying Wednesday they feared it was too risky. Calling it "an...
2014/08/14 08:53
2014/08/14 08:53
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EU FACES PRESSURE OVER AID TO IRAQ The European Union "could do more" to provide aid to Iraq, David Cameron and Francois Hollande have said, as Britain prepares to take part in an international...
2014/08/13 12:24
2014/08/13 12:24
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Drunk words really ARE sober thoughts: Alcohol doesn't impair our ability to control our actions - it just makes us care less Researchers asked 67 people to take part in error recognition...
2014/08/13 10:36
2014/08/13 10:36
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Newspaper articles about West Africa's Ebola outbreak are seen in the city of Monrovia, Liberia. Picture: Jonathan Paye-Layleh Lagos - When Liberian-American Patrick Sawyer collapsed at Lagos...
2014/08/13 03:08
2014/08/13 03:08
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What's This?A medical text book entitled "Bibliotheca Anatomica, Medica Chirurgica &c", from the early 18th century shows engravings of internal parts of the head at the Wellcome Collection in London...
2014/08/13 00:29
2014/08/13 00:29
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PATIENTS undergoing hip or knee replacement surgery could benefit from taking a clotting drug before their operation, new research suggests. GIVING patients tranexamic acid can reduce the need for a...
2014/08/12 23:45
2014/08/12 23:45
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EXPERIMENTAL therapies, yet unproven as safe for human use, can be offered to Ebola patients provided certain conditions are met, a World Health Organisation-convened panel has recommended. West...
2014/08/12 12:09
2014/08/12 12:09
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The outbreak, he added, was currently expected to last around four to six months, but could last longer. Belgian-born Dr De Cock, who trained in medicine at Bristol University and is a visiting...
2014/08/11 19:21
2014/08/11 19:21
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Ebola was flagged up by computer software nine days BEFORE it was announced: HealthMap used social media to spot disease Fever was seen developing in the forested areas of Guinea by an online...
2014/08/11 13:19
2014/08/11 13:19
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LONDON (AP) — The World Health Organization urged nations worldwide to donate money and resources to stop the spread of Ebola as it declared the outbreak in West Africa to be an international public...
2014/08/11 12:29
2014/08/11 12:29
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Stellenbosch — An extensive study on HIV prevention in Africa is now underway in the Western Cape, with community workers, known as Community HIV Care Providers (CHiPs), visiting people at their homes...
2014/08/20 09:38
2014/08/20 09:38
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