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How sunshine is good for your health
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How sunshine is good for your health

London - Too little sunshine can kill you, a leading researcher has claimed. Richard Weller, an Edinburgh University dermatologist, says that far from being something to be scared of, regular exposure to the sun is good for us. ... IOL, 2 months ago

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Multiple Sclerosis Trust

I think the proactive approach is very reassuring

Dr Belinda Weller is a consultant neurologist in Edinburgh. She tells us how she first came across the idea of early, proactive treatment, and the difference it's made to how she works with people with MS Ive been working in MS for over 10 years.
 Multiple Sclerosis Trust2 weeks ago
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Cooling stations opened in St. Catharines

As Niagara Public Health continues their 'heat alert' for the Niagara Region, the City of St. Catharines is again opening up cooling centers for residents to find relief from the days warmth. In addition to these areas, residents are continued to ...
 1057 EZRrock1 week ago
Capital Bay

Connecticut's highest court BANS death penalty in the state

Connecticut's Supreme Court overturned the death penalty on Thursday In 4-3 ruling, it declared the punishment was unconstitutional and 'cruel' Decision has spared the lives of all 11 men currently on state's death row Include Petit family murderers ...
 Capital Bay2 weeks ago Connecticut's top court overturns death sentences in state  US.NewsHub.org2 weeks ago
BBC

Baby lung virus vaccine hope

The first human trials of a new vaccine to prevent a leading cause of serious illness in babies have been a success, say researchers. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) affects two-thirds of babies in their first year and is a major cause of ...
 BBC2 weeks ago
Dog World.co.uk

BOURNEMOUTH - Best in Show: Extra classes boost the entry

Created: 11/08/2015 At Bournemouth championship show Dr Ron James awarded BIS to Charlotte Sandell's Standard Poodle Sw Ch Da Maya Huffish Copyright Woman. Also pictured are secretary Kirsten Rotchell, chairman John Appleby and president ...
 Dog World.co.uk2 weeks ago
Melbourne Age

Athletes turn to hypnosis for edge

You will not be lost in an unconscious trance. You will not relinquish control with a click of the fingers. You will not reveal your deepest, darkest secrets to a stranger. And you will not act like a chicken (unless you really want to act like a ...
 Melbourne Age3 weeks ago Athletes turning to hypnosis for a mental edge over opponents and demons  Melbourne Age3 weeks ago
Nutrition Review

Probiotic Yogurt may Protect Pregnant Women and Children From Mercury and Arsenic Poisoning

Women who live in countries where access to clean drinking water and non-toxic fish is scarce, either because of little industrialization or a high prevalence of mining and agriculture, may be able to protect themselves with regular consumption of ...
 Nutrition Review3 weeks ago
Government Executive

The FBI built a database that can catch rapists — almost nobody uses it

QUANTICO, Va. — More than 30 years ago, the Federal Bureau of Investigation launched a revolutionary computer system in a bomb shelter two floors beneath the cafeteria of its national academy. Dubbed the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program, or ...
 MSN News US3 weeks ago The FBI's ViCAP Database Could Catch Rapists, But It's Largely Unused  Government Executive1 month ago 3 decades ago, the FBI launched a database to catch rapists — but it's largely unused  Business Insider4 weeks ago
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Opening the hearts and minds of youths

EVERY Sunday morning, Olsen Zheng puts on his smartest outfit and makes his way to a movie theatre in the heart of Beijing. The hall is packed to the brim, but it is not a box office hit that has drawn the crowds. Rather, it is an underground ...
 TheStar.com.my4 weeks ago More young Chinese embracing religion  Asiaone4 weeks ago
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