Health

TB is world’s largest infectious killer for fourth year in a row: WHO

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A report released by the World Health Organization (WHO) late last month in New York revealed tuberculosis (TB) is still the world’s single largest infectious killer in the world and in 2017 it killed 1.6 million people and infected 10…

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Natural ways to prevent Swine Flu infection

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Optimize Vitamin D Levels This may be your frontline natural defense against all disease, not just the flu. Studies have shown that vitamin D has been well documented to increase the production of over 200 antimicrobial peptides that fight infection.…

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Top Vietnamese Dishes You Should Try

Top Vietnamese Dishes You Should Try

Vietnamese dishes are famous all over the world. They are known for being easy to prepare, filled with healthy ingredients and are flavourful. It is also among the reasons why you can find Vietnamese restaurants in many places. As you…

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KFC and Kellogg’s Banned From Junk Food Advertising

New problem arises as food giants KFC and Kellogg’s have been told to remove adverts which promoted junk food to children, by the UK’s advertising watchdog. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) says they broke strict rules on advertising high fat,…

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People Living In Less Polluted Areas Are Having Changes In Hearts

Low levels of air pollution may cause heart abnormalities similar to those seen in the early stages of heart failure, a study reported by the Independent warned. Conducted in the United Kingdom, the study tested 4,000 people and found that…

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Royal College of Midwives Urged New mothers in the UK To Use Baby Box

New mothers in the UK should all be given Finnish-style baby boxes to reduce the risks of unsafe co-sleeping, the Royal College of Midwives has said. The cardboard boxes, which come with essential items such as clothes, books and blankets,…

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How to Get Ready for Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic surgery is ever increasing in its popularity as many people are deciding to search to improve themselves physically and, perhaps like many people, you are considering going under the knife to achieve some of that physical perfect for yourself.…

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England’s most unequal death town : Stockton

The life expectancy gap between rich and poor people in England has been widening for nearly two decades. The rich stay healthy longer. The poor die younger.That bleak assessment is based on national data. Stockton-on-Tees is the town with England’s…

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