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Published on 18 February 2018 | 9:08 am


80% of diabetics are from developing countries, and they are not fat - Hindustan Times


Hindustan Times

80% of diabetics are from developing countries, and they are not fat
Hindustan Times
A short documentary, titled 'The New Face of Diabetes,' produced by the Science Communication Lab and published in partnership with Slate, points out that most diabetic patients in the West are obese, but in India, they're not. health Updated: Feb 18 ...
Body fat to treat diabetes: Will it work?The New Indian Express

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Published on 18 February 2018 | 7:05 am


University of York research finds GP funding in the north is 'unfair' - The Press, York


The Press, York

University of York research finds GP funding in the north is 'unfair'
The Press, York
RESEARCHERS at the University of York have revealed that primary care funding in England is not distributed according to local health needs. The study suggests that GP practices in London, where the population is relatively young, receive ...
Study finds GP funding in England has unfair London biasEkklesia

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Published on 18 February 2018 | 7:00 am


Should you wet your toothbrush before brushing? Dentists give the definitive answer - International Business Times UK


International Business Times UK

Should you wet your toothbrush before brushing? Dentists give the definitive answer
International Business Times UK
In such a divisive world, even something as innocuous as whether you wet your toothbrush before applying toothpaste can become a polarising issue - as proven by a recent debate on Twitter. Users of the social media website divided into several factions ...
The toothbrush question that is dividing social media usersNewshub

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Published on 18 February 2018 | 6:00 am


Mould and damp in your home could be killing you - but this is how you can prevent it - Daily Post North Wales


Daily Post North Wales

Mould and damp in your home could be killing you - but this is how you can prevent it
Daily Post North Wales
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Rising damp in your home? This is how it could be harming youBrinkwire (press release)

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Published on 18 February 2018 | 5:01 am


Transgender women can breastfeed, first case study shows - Jamaica Observer


Jamaica Observer

Transgender women can breastfeed, first case study shows
Jamaica Observer
MIAMI, United States (AFP) — The first scientific case study has been published describing how a US transgender woman was able to breastfeed her adopted infant by taking hormones that induce lactation. But experts say more research is needed to ...
Transgender woman breast-feeds baby after doctors induce lactationThe Hindu
Left Condones Use of FDA-Unapproved Drug for Lactation in Transgender “Woman”The New American
This trans woman was able to breastfeed her child after hospital induces lactationGay Star News
Cosmopolitan -BabyCenter (blog) -Bundaberg News Mail -Pakistan Today
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Published on 18 February 2018 | 2:48 am


Surgical Tools Could Be Spreading Proteins Linked to Alzheimer's - ScienceAlert


ScienceAlert

Surgical Tools Could Be Spreading Proteins Linked to Alzheimer's
ScienceAlert
Proteins linked to Alzheimer's disease could be passed between patients on surgical tools, new research suggests. Though the number of cases identified so far is very small, it may prompt a rethink in how these tools get sterilised and used in the ...
Why does exercise help you stay sharp?The Hindu
Alzheimer's Disease Proteins May Be Contagious and Spread Through Dirty Medical ToolsNewsweek
Can Alzheimer's be passed to patients via surgical instruments?Independent Online
Deccan Chronicle -CTV News -euronews -International Business Times, Singapore Edition
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Published on 17 February 2018 | 10:48 pm


Processed food linked to cancer? Uncritical media coverage ignores problems with study - The Conversation UK


The Conversation UK

Processed food linked to cancer? Uncritical media coverage ignores problems with study
The Conversation UK
Marie-Ann Ha is affiliated with East Anglia Food Link, an NGO that works to create more sustainable and resilient food systems, including supporting organic conversion and creating a co-operative wholesaling business for organic growers. Partners ...
Ultra-processed food linked to increased cancer riskDiabetes.co.uk
Ultra-processed foods linked to increased cancer riskfox6now.com
Ultra-processed Foods May Be Linked To CancerReliaWire
TheSpec.com -iNews -Down To Earth Magazine (press release) (blog) -Treehugger
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Published on 16 February 2018 | 2:28 pm


Cleaning spray WARNING: Chemicals 'can cause long-term lung damage' - Express.co.uk


Express.co.uk

Cleaning spray WARNING: Chemicals 'can cause long-term lung damage'
Express.co.uk
WOMEN who do the housework or work as a cleaner using everyday cleaning sprays are causing long-term damage to their lungs, a study has warned. The irritating chemicals including ammonia the products contain leads to long-term decline in lung function ...
Study: Common household chore just as damaging as smoking 20 cigarettes a dayAtlanta Journal Constitution
Cleaning your house can be as bad for you as smoking 20 cigarettes a day, study claimsWalesOnline
Cleaning products linked to poorer lung functionBBC News
HuffPost UK -Nursing Times -New Zealand Herald -Metro
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Published on 16 February 2018 | 7:21 am








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