• This Is The Diet That Will Save Our Planet, New Reports Says
This Is The Diet That Will Save Our Planet, New Reports Says

Providing healthy diets from sustainable food systems is an immediate challenge as the population continues to grow - projected to reach 10 billion people by 2050 - and get wealthier. and United Kingdom but they will not seem small to people in a very large part of the world who are already eating about that much meat, or even somewhat less.

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  • Election Commission mulls legal action on anti-EVM campaign
Election Commission mulls legal action on anti-EVM campaign

The Election Commission of India on Monday said that it was exploring what legal options can be taken on the live hacking event, organised in London yesterday. While various media outlets called Shuja an EVM hacker, he identified himself as an ECIL employee who worked with the organisation from 2009-14. Shuja said he was part of a team which de...

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  • IN flu-related deaths double in 1 week
IN flu-related deaths double in 1 week

Orange County health officials announced the first flu-related death of a person under the age of 65 Thursday as the death toll statewide stands at 52. According to a statement, the Ministry says it notes the significant response by the public and is working assiduously to restock and re-allocate vaccines to Health Centres as the demand dictates.

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  • Walmart, CVS Health hammer out new PBM pharmacy network deal
Walmart, CVS Health hammer out new PBM pharmacy network deal

More interesting news about CVS Health Corporation (NYSE: CVS ) were released by: Investorplace.com and their article: "Top 10 Global Stock Ideas for 2019 From RBC Capital - Investorplace.com" published on January 15, 2019 as well as Investorplace.com's news article titled: "3 Healthcare Stocks That Will Keep Your Portfolio Healthy - Investorpl...

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  • DeSantis leads on medical marijuana
DeSantis leads on medical marijuana

Governor DeSantis says he will drop the appeal if the legislature doesn't change the law to allow smoking by mid-March. He said if the Legislature doesn't reach a decision by then, his office will dismiss the state's appeal, which will open the door for smokable medical marijuana to be legal in Florida.

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  • Report urges ‘radical changes’ to world’s diet
Report urges ‘radical changes’ to world’s diet

To be published online on Thursday, Food in the Anthropocene: the EAT-Lancet Commission on Healthy Diets for Sustainable Food Systems also links nutritional targets with environmental sustainability. The report brought together 37 experts in this field from 16 different countries, specializing in fields like agriculture, political science, nutritio...

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  • Microsoft and Walgreens Boots Alliance Establish Health Care Partnership
Microsoft and Walgreens Boots Alliance Establish Health Care Partnership

In essence, stock analysts put their best efforts to measure the future activity of a trading mechanism and market. Float is the number of shares available for trading of a particular stock. (NasdaqGS: WBA ) is 0.138755. Free cash flow (FCF) is the cash produced by the company minus capital expenditure. Profitability Ratios ( ROE, ROA, ROI ): L...

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  • Man, 33, injected himself with his own SEMEN to treat back pain
Man, 33, injected himself with his own SEMEN to treat back pain

The author of the report, Dr. Lisa Dunne, wrote that there was no internet source claiming that semen injections could cure back pain . A man in Ireland ended up in hospital after injecting himself with monthly doses of his own semen in an attempt to cure chronic back pain.

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  • Opioid Overdoses Now Claim More U.S. Lives than Auto Accidents
Opioid Overdoses Now Claim More U.S. Lives than Auto Accidents

By comparison, the odds of dying in a motor vehicle crash are 1 in 103, the sixth most likely cause of death. The lifetime odds of suicide were greater, at 1 in 88. "We need to reprioritize and regroup because all these deaths are preventable". The NSC added "Deaths by Transportation Mode", "Poisonings", "Older Adult Falls " and "Fire-Related Fata...

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  • Less than six hours of sleep increases risk for heart disease
Less than six hours of sleep increases risk for heart disease

Carried out by Spanish and USA researchers, the new study looked at 3,974 Spanish adults with no known heart disease and asked participants to wear an actigraph ― a small device that continuously measures activity or movement ― for seven days to measure their sleep.

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  • Man hospitalised after injecting himself with his own semen
Man hospitalised after injecting himself with his own semen

The man refused to have a build up of the fluid removed from his arm. The Irish Medical Journal recently published a case study of a 33-year-old man who injected himself with his own semen once a month to treat back pain. Methods of suicide through the injection of substances such as mercury and gasoline are well reported throughout medical...

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  • Meghan's brother sends wedding invitation to her and Prince Harry
Meghan's brother sends wedding invitation to her and Prince Harry

And not without cause: they were both American-born actresses who had made a name for themselves before marrying a handsome prince in a foreign land. Thomas added: "I remember that very well - Meghan and Harry had just started dating and I mentioned it to her and she looked at me like, 'Yeah, who is this guy?" And with Baby Sussex on the way, s...

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  • Sen. Rand Paul Scheduled to Have Hernia Surgery in Canada
Sen. Rand Paul Scheduled to Have Hernia Surgery in Canada

The hospital, which charges between $5,000 to $8,000 for the operation, markets itself as "the global leader in non-mesh hernia fix". Patients Beyond Borders estimates that 1.4 million Americans took advantage of more affordable healthcare systems overseas in 2017.

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  • CDC: More than six million people have had flu this season
CDC: More than six million people have had flu this season

Ontario is probably just getting into the thick of things for the flu, said Dr. Michelle Murti, a public health physician at Public Health Ontario. At this point last flu season, a total of 11,275 cases of lab-confirmed flu had been reported.

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  • Here’s how The Accidental Prime Minister and Uri opened at the box-office
Here’s how The Accidental Prime Minister and Uri opened at the box-office

He added, "It feels really great when Army men appreciate your film because we have made this film to pay tribute for their work". " Uri: The Surgical Strike " also stars Paresh Rawal, Yami Gautam , Kriti Kulhari and Mohit Raina and is produced by Ronnie Screwvala.

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  • MN Department of Health asking for your help to track the flu
MN Department of Health asking for your help to track the flu

These new in-season estimates fill out the picture of the burden of flu in the United States. During last year's season, two children and as many as 145 adults died of flu-associated illness in Alabama, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.

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  • Dundee University researchers help prove benefits of high fibre diet
Dundee University researchers help prove benefits of high fibre diet

Researchers also found people who increased the amount of fibre in their diet had lower body weight, and total cholesterol. Professor Jim Mann of the University of Otago in New Zealand told The Guardian that research from the latest study "does contribute to the debate considerably".

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  • NY mayor guarantees comprehensive healthcare to all
NY mayor guarantees comprehensive healthcare to all

Officials claimed that New York's scheme would be the most comprehensive free healthcare system in America. "While the federal government works to cut health care for millions of Americans, New York City is leading the way by guaranteeing that every New Yorker has access to quality, comprehensive care, regardless of immigration status or their ...

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  • Study links belly fat to smaller brain
Study links belly fat to smaller brain

A study of 9,652 middle-aged people, conducted at the Loughborough University , measured body mass index ( BMI ) and waist-to-hip ratio. However, the study found only an association between belly fat and lower brain volume, and can not prove that carrying more fat around the waist actually causes brain shrinkage.

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  • Woman Wakes Up Unable To Hear Men's Voices
Woman Wakes Up Unable To Hear Men's Voices

In a freakish situation, a Chinese woman has been diagnosed with a type of hearing loss in which she is unable to hear the voices of men and can only higher frequency tones of other females. The extremely unusual condition, which reportedly affects only about 3,000 people in the U.S. and Canada, causes patients to lose their ability to hear l...

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