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07/21/2018
Children to be weighed and measured at school every two years in proposal to tackle obesity - ABC News


ABC News

Children to be weighed and measured at school every two years in proposal to tackle obesity
ABC News
Children's height and weight would be measured every two years unless parents opt out as part of an ambitious proposal to tackle Australia's obesity epidemic. The proposal, made by the Global Obesity Centre (GLOBE) at Deakin University to a Senate ...
Compulsory weigh-ins at school as nine-year-old tips the scales at 178kg9news.com.au
Australian Schools Struggle With Obesity Epidemic As 9-Year-Old Tops Scale At 392 PoundsThe Inquisitr
School children to be weighted, measured in new obesity schemeDaily Telegraph
NEWS.com.au -ten daily -Newshub -Yahoo News
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07/21/2018
60% of People Change Their Eating Habits for This Reason - Care2.com

Care2.com

60% of People Change Their Eating Habits for This Reason
Care2.com
Trendy eating seems to be everywhere thanks to celebrity endorsements and social media influence, but are these diet fads all hype or do they actually lead to healthy living? In a bid to to discover which styles of eating might be worth attempting ...
You win some, you lose moreThe Statesman
I quit sugar and carbs and accidentally dropped 10kgStuff.co.nz
Niki Bezzant: Dieting advice from 1966New Zealand Herald
Kashmir Life -Within Nigeria -Modern Ghana (press release) (blog) -Business Insider India
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07/22/2018
Genetic researchers reverse wrinkles, hair loss in mice - The Straits Times

The Straits Times

Genetic researchers reverse wrinkles, hair loss in mice
The Straits Times
WASHINGTON (XINHUA) - A research team from the United States has identified a gene in mice that can reverse wrinkles and hair loss and could be applied to humans in the future, local media reported. "Wrinkled skin and hair loss are hallmarks of ageing.
It is now possible to reverse signs of ageing, says studyIndia TV
Study: Turning off a gene in cells can reverse skin wrinkles, hair loss in miceecns

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07/21/2018
Shattered dreams - Trinidad Guardian

Trinidad Guardian

Shattered dreams
Trinidad Guardian
Attaining a medical degree after five years of hard work was supposed to bring financial rewards. However, this is not the case for hundreds of newly-qualified doctors in T&T who are now battling unemployment, exploitation and hopelessness. A three ...

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07/21/2018
Andrew Wakefield, the vaccine scaremonger who's snared supermodel Elle Macpherson - The Times

The Times

Andrew Wakefield, the vaccine scaremonger who's snared supermodel Elle Macpherson
The Times
When I give lectures on the research cheat Andrew Wakefield I sometimes start with a PowerPoint presentation of pictures showing him accompanied by women. In the first slide his arm drapes around an adoring country singer. The next shows him at the ...
Gossip Queen: Australia tells The Body's new love to stay the Elle awayHerald Sun
Controversial British doctor Andrew Wakefield's wife defends himBrinkwire (press release)
Timothy Caulfield on Elle Macpherson, anti-Vaxx nonsense, and the opportunity to engageThe BMJ (blog)
Daily Mail
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07/21/2018
Diabetic women at greater risk of cancer than men: Study - Deccan Chronicle

Deccan Chronicle

Diabetic women at greater risk of cancer than men: Study
Deccan Chronicle
According to a global review, women with diabetes are at greater risk of cancer than men. Researchers from The George Institute for Global Health also found diabetes (type 1 and type 2) conferred an additional risk for women, compared to men, ...
Diabetes ups cancer risk, especially in women, study findshttps://medibulletin.com/ (press release)
Diabetic Women At Higher Risk Of Developing Cancer: Top 5 Foods To Regulate Blood SugarNDTV
Women with diabetes are 27pc more likely to develop cancerThe Australian Financial Review
SBS -ClickLancashire -Economic Times -MedPage Today
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07/21/2018
Jean Purdy, the unsung mother of 6m IVF babies - The Times

The Times

Jean Purdy, the unsung mother of 6m IVF babies
The Times
As we prepare to mark the 40th anniversary of the world's first test-tube baby, it is time to celebrate Jean Purdy, the mother of in vitro fertilisation (IVF), who died before she could witness the astonishing impact of her work. In the four decades ...
The science of making babies: Marking the 40th birthday of the world's first 'test tube baby'The Advertiser
World's first test tube baby pays tribute to 'forgotten' pioneer of IVFBristol Live
'We're just so lucky. My IVF baby changed my life'Yorkshire Post
iNews -Hindustan Times -The Independent -Daily Mail
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07/21/2018
Festival-goers at Splendour need STI test to get into VIP - Yahoo Lifestyle

Yahoo Lifestyle

Festival-goers at Splendour need STI test to get into VIP
Yahoo Lifestyle
Between hours of queuing, back-breakingly heavy bags and angsty security checks, getting into festivals can be a slog. But for revellers attending Splendour In The Grass this year, they'll be getting far more than a bag check. Festival-goers will be ...
Splendour in the Grass health expert reveals 1000 fans will have dangerous sex disease at festivalBrinkwire (press release)

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07/22/2018
Romain: For seniors, preventing a fall is key - Austin American-Statesman

Austin American-Statesman

Romain: For seniors, preventing a fall is key
Austin American-Statesman
While everyone is at risk of tripping or stumbling, falls are one of the leading causes of injury and death among the elderly. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, an ...

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