October 18, 2018

Recognizing that there’s a problem is key to treating depression – Wichita State Sunflower


Wichita State Sunflower

Recognizing that there's a problem is key to treating depression
Wichita State Sunflower
A student takes a mental health check-up screening in the RSC Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. The WSU Counseling and Testing Center set up a booth for students to take the screening for the National Depression Screening Day. Depression is prevalent on ...
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October 17, 2018

Compulsory flu jab urged for staff in emergency wards – The Times


The Times

Compulsory flu jab urged for staff in emergency wards
The Times
The flu vaccine should be compulsory for all healthcare professionals working in high-risk areas such as emergency departments and cancer wards, experts have said. In a report to be published today the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland (RCPI) said ...
MPs to demand flu jabs for all care home workers to reduce the infection risk for the elderlyThe Sun
Care home workers 'must have a flu jab to protect the elderly' MPs warn, as it emerges only one in four get vaccinatedDaily Mail

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October 17, 2018

Omega-3s in Seafood May Keep You Healthier, Longer – HealthDay


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Omega-3s in Seafood May Keep You Healthier, Longer
HealthDay
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 17, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Tuna, salmon, mackerel, cod: Whatever your preference, eating more seafood may help you stay healthy as you age, new research suggests. In a study spanning 22 years, researchers found that higher blood ...
Eating plenty of oily fish 'helps us stay healthy for longer'The Irish Sun
Eating plenty of fish can 'reduce chances of ill health in retirement age by a quarter', major study findsDaily Mail

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October 17, 2018

Scorpion venom is the most expensive liquid in the world – here’s why it costs $39 million per gallon – Business Insider India


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Scorpion venom is the most expensive liquid in the world - here's why it costs $39 million per gallon
Business Insider India
Scorpion venom is not only dangerous - it can also make you quite a bit of money. The deathstalker is one of the most dangerous scorpions on the planet, and its venom is also the most expensive liquid in the world at $39 million per gallon. But it's ...

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October 17, 2018

What is Malaria and how are we fighting it? – University Observer Online

University Observer OnlineWhat is Malaria and how are we fighting it?University Observer OnlineIt has been estimated that half of all people who have ever lived have been killed by malaria. Although the statistic seems unfathomable, it may not be far o...
October 17, 2018

Mystery donor gives thousands to ill Shropshire boy – BBC News


BBC News

Mystery donor gives thousands to ill Shropshire boy
BBC News
A mystery donor has given £100,000 to an ill four-year-old boy to enable him to go to the US for potentially life-saving cancer treatment. The parents of Zac Oliver from Broseley, Shropshire, who has a rare strain of leukaemia, have been campaigning to ...
'You've all been amazing': Zac's family overjoyed as he can fly to America for treatmentshropshirestar.com
Mystery donor gives final £100000 to save life of boy who needs treatment in the USMetro
Zac Oliver's Family On Crying Happy Tears After Raising £500000 For Cancer TherapyHuffPost UK
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October 16, 2018

Are fake STI testing kits driving an increase in syphilis and gonorrhoea infections? – ITV News

ITV NewsAre fake STI testing kits driving an increase in syphilis and gonorrhoea infections?ITV NewsFake test kits for sexually transmitted infections, available to buy online, could be fuelling an increase in diseases such as chlamydia, syphilis and g...
October 16, 2018

Asthmatics warned avoiding flu jab is like ‘playing Russian roulette’ – The Guardian


The Guardian

Asthmatics warned avoiding flu jab is like 'playing Russian roulette'
The Guardian
Britain's 5.4 million asthma sufferers are “playing Russian roulette with their life” if they do not have the flu jab before this winter, doctors are warning. Asthmatics need to get immunised because colds and flu are the main trigger for potential ...
One million Brits at risk of deadly asthma attacks after 'shunning flu jab'The Sun

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October 16, 2018

Teenage girls ‘more likely to be obese than boys’ – The Times


The Times

Teenage girls 'more likely to be obese than boys'
The Times
Thirteen-year-old girls are much more likely to be overweight or obese than boys of the same age, a study suggests. The latest Growing Up in Ireland report to be published today by Katherine Zappone, the children's minister, gives an insight into the ...
Teens are in denial about scale of their own obesity levelsIndependent.ie
Report highlights issues faced by 13-year-oldsRTE.ie

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October 16, 2018

Research finds link between time online and obesity in children – The Guardian

The GuardianResearch finds link between time online and obesity in childrenThe GuardianYoung children who spend a lot of time online or watching commercial television are much more likely to be obese and ask their parents to buy them junk food, a new s...