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2015/03/27 14:37
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In British director Peter Strickland’s fetish psychodrama, The Duke of Burgundy – a sort of thinking person’s 50 Shades of Grey – Knudsen plays Cynthia, the dominant partner in a sub-dom relationship...
2015/03/27 14:37
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2015/03/27 14:29
2015/03/27 14:29
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UN special envoy for Ebola sounds cautionary note amid fears that individuals who ignore official advice could cause spike in infection rate Despite the massive push to bring the number of new Ebola...
2015/03/27 12:22
2015/03/27 12:22
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Entire country of Sierra Leone shut down: Three-day quarantine begins in desperate attempt to curb new Ebola cases President Ernest Koroma has ordered the curfew until Monday morning Healthcare...
2015/03/27 10:14
2015/03/27 10:14
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The development and availability of wearables is running hand in hand with the exploding interest in the digital health space. Managing our health via apps and devices is slowly becoming the norm. And...
2015/03/27 08:25
2015/03/27 08:25
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The corporate social responsibility wing of the Ikea empire, the Ikea Foundation, has sent its biggest donation in history directly to the French-founded organization. The World Health Organization...
2015/03/27 08:08
2015/03/27 08:08
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Children having their feet disinfected in a village struck by the Ebola virus in Guinea. Photo: Reuters The Ebola virus, that caused a devastating epidemic in West Africa, is far more deadly in...
2015/03/26 22:04
2015/03/26 22:04
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Describing how precious months were lost after the disease took hold in the forests of Guinea and rapidly spread to towns and cities in Sierra Leone and Liberia, MSF castigated the World Health...
2015/03/26 19:29
2015/03/26 19:29
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The World Health Organisation says for every £5 (Sh687) spent on water and sanitation, the community receives £20 (Sh2,749) worth of benefit. This is a timely reminder to Kenya, three days after World...
2015/03/26 14:30
2015/03/26 14:30
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Monrovia — When the Ebola virus hit, Liberia's hospitals were overwhelmed and the healthcare system could not cope. Now the epidemic is in retreat, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is...
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In the Daily Nation, the top story is the controversy surrounding the Kenyan MP embroiled in a rape case. The paper headlines "Police roll out the red carpet for MP facing rape allegation". Imenti...
2015/03/26 14:24
2015/03/26 14:24
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Experts at Papworth Hospital in Cambridgeshire are said to have identified a way of expanding the use of donor hearts to save more lives. The new research shows that heart transplants from a new...
2015/03/26 13:30
2015/03/26 13:30
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Notwithstanding the current economic challenges for local manufacturers, an economic analyst, Dr. Akin Ogunbiyi has urged industrial pharmacists in the country to collaborate and foster a common...
2015/03/26 11:48
2015/03/26 11:48
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Health News of Thursday, 26 March 2015 Mr Samuel Addo, the Sunyani Municipal Disease Control Officer, has appealed to the general public to desist from the stigmatization of Tuberculosis (TB)...
2015/03/26 11:37
2015/03/26 11:37
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New tool introduced to foretell heart attack and stroke risk Published: 26 March 2015 7:21 PM A new instrument dubbed Globorisk, will allow you to determine your risk to heart attack and stroke, by...
2015/03/26 11:30
2015/03/26 11:30
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Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) has said that the first batch of drugs to treat cases of Extensively Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis (XDR-TB) is due to arrive in the country next week. The...
2015/03/26 10:30
2015/03/26 10:30
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For months, Ndagijimana Gatiba, a resident of Bigogwe Sector, Nyabihu Distict, suffered from a severe cold. Convinced that he had been bewitched, he sought the services of traditional...
2015/03/26 10:18
2015/03/26 10:18
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New Ebola infections continue to drop The figures are a further indication that the outbreak, which has killed more than 10,300 people, is waning. A file photo taken on 31 August, 2014 shows...
2015/03/26 05:33
2015/03/26 05:33
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Tuberculosis (TB) has killed more than a billion people in the last 200 years. That’s more than any other infectious disease in that period. And, what’s worse is that, according to the World Health...
2015/03/26 02:36
2015/03/26 02:36
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AN INTERNATIONAL congress will be held to unveil the weighty research into Australia's obesity epidemic It's been found that the grandchildren of obese women face a heightened risk of being born and...
2015/03/26 00:26
2015/03/26 00:26
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Agricultural chemical group disputes weed killer cancer claim A representative group for Australia's agricultural chemical sector is calling for a World Health Organisation body to clarify research...
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