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2014/08/23 19:43
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More good news about the benefits of quitting smoking has arrived from across the pond. British researchers have found that moderate and heavy Tobacco smokers get a mental health boost after quitting...
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2014/08/23 18:43
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Free trade and free markets, two sides of the same coin, were the lynchpins of the global consensus on economic policy forged in the wake of the Cold War. The 'Index of Economic Freedom' brought out...
2014/08/23 18:15
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BANGOR, Maine — A federal judge Friday ordered an Ellsworth man, who was shot in the face during a standoff with police June 1, to undergo a psychiatric evaluation to determine whether he is competent...
2014/08/23 16:47
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Marijuana use among youth booked into Juvenile Hall in San Diego County is at the highest rate seen in the past 14 years, according to a newly-released report from SANDAG. The study, which included...
2014/08/23 16:33
2014/08/23 16:33
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LOW MEANS LOWThere is a point at which smokers of low-nicotine cigarettes will stop trying to make up for what’s missing Nicotine, the main active ingredient in Tobacco, is highly addictive. So to...
2014/08/23 15:17
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A crooked pub boss and his partner ripped off customers for their own benefit and put them in danger by serving spirits that were "unfit for human consumption". Pensioner Barbara Gallimore, landlady...
2014/08/23 14:13
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Millions of fake cigarettes, which have also been found to contain chemicals that have a higher risk of causing cancer than branded cigarettes, are being removed from the black market in a crackdown...
2014/08/23 13:38
2014/08/23 13:38
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The Delhi High Court Friday sought response from the Delhi government on a plea seeking to set aside guidelines banning "political advertisements" on public service vehicles (PSVs). A division bench...
2014/08/23 11:59
2014/08/23 11:59
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The Automobile Museum in Spain showcases ‘the car as a work of art’. They say Henry Ford’s Model T, first produced in 1908, changed the way we commute. Since the 18 century, the journey from high-end...
2014/08/23 11:03
2014/08/23 11:03
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Heart disease is America’s No. 1 killer, responsible for about one in three deaths – or about 800,000 each year. It claims women and men at about the same rate, and strikes people of all ethnicities...
2014/08/23 10:38
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Mobile phones are certainly causing some changes in the human body's metabolism unlike claims made by cellular operators, medical experts have said. "Cancer is not the only health issue linked to...
2014/08/23 10:30
2014/08/23 10:30
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THE same week Victorian police are raiding houses of well-known “Middle Eastern” crime families in middle western suburbs, a former Baltimore cop has been talking up his idea of bringing back...
2014/08/23 10:30
2014/08/23 10:30
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... is all right so long as you own up to it at once.” That’s how Les Carlyon once started an admiring piece about someone he’d respected all his adult life — someone who had been his hero and his...
2014/08/23 10:29
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Zimbabwe has attained national food self-sufficiency following last season's bumper harvest during which the country surpassed the 1,4 million tonnes target in grain and maize production, President...
2014/08/23 10:29
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ZIMBABWE will this year significantly reduce its grain import bill with estimates indicating that maize output for the last cropping season will guarantee food security, President Robert Mugabe said...
2014/08/23 08:49
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The brother of a late author has spoken of his pride after discovering his sister’s work on her computer and having it published posthumously. Robert Bulpett, 66, discovered his sister Heather’s...
2014/08/23 08:44
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Billy Young was just 16 when captured by the Japanese in World War II. He survived Changi and Sandakan to return to Australia to paint and write about his experiences. Now his remarkable story has...
2014/08/23 06:49
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Less than a third of teens say their doctors have spoken to them about Tobacco use, according to a new study. “Given that Tobacco is still the number one preventable cause of death and disease in the...
2014/08/23 06:29
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The First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe says she grows most of her vegetables instead of buying from supermarkets. She made the remarks during a tour of the agricultural stands at the Exhibition Park...
2014/08/23 06:25
2014/08/23 06:25
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Through a partnership from the Illinois Department of Public Health, the University of Illinois Center for Prevention Research and Development, and OCHD, REALITY Illinois will spread the word about...
2014/08/23 19:43
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