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02/26/2017
Experts say ice epidemic not a criminal issue - Sky News Australia


Sky News Australia

Experts say ice epidemic not a criminal issue
Sky News Australia
The Australian government's current approach to the ice epidemic is only 'digging a deeper hole' and progressive policy is needed, say two drug addiction experts. A 'harsh' approach is not just ineffective but counter-productive, Dr Matthew Frei and Dr ...

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02/25/2017
Fasting diet could regenerate pancreas and reverse diabetes, researchers say - ABC Online

ABC Online

Fasting diet could regenerate pancreas and reverse diabetes, researchers say
ABC Online
A fasting diet has the ability to regenerate the pancreas and could potentially reverse diabetes, researchers have found. A US study, published in scientific journal Cell, tested a modified version of the fasting-mimicking diet (FMD) on both mice and ...
Diabetes Can Be Wiped Out With A Simple Diet Say ScientistsThe Inquisitr
Fasting Diet May Regenerate Pancreas, Reverse Diabetes Effects, Mouse Study SuggestsMedical Daily
A Fasting Diet Could Reverse Diabetes and Repair the Pancreas, Says New ResearchScienceAlert
Tech Times -Diabetes In Control -ProHealth -Times of India
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02/26/2017
Exercise And Libido: Intense Physical Exercise Could Lower Men's Sex Drives - The Inquisitr

The Inquisitr

Exercise And Libido: Intense Physical Exercise Could Lower Men's Sex Drives
The Inquisitr
Men who fear the gym and take great pride in their “dad-bods” may have a reason to celebrate. A new study on the link between exercise and libido suggests that men who go on strenuous, extensive workouts may not have a strong sex drive when compared ...
Intense exercise lowers men's libido, study findsThe Sydney Morning Herald
Scientists shocked to discover a common workout is totally wrongMorning Ticker
Strenuous Workout Schedule Could Lead to Lower Libido Among Men: ResearchPerfScience
USA TODAY -UPI.com -An F1 Blog (blog) -Council Chronicle
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02/25/2017
Mum's plea as twin babies rushed to hospital after visit from friend sick with cold - Yahoo7 News

Yahoo7 News

Mum's plea as twin babies rushed to hospital after visit from friend sick with cold
Yahoo7 News
A Melbourne mum has made an impassioned plea for anyone who is sick not to go near babies after her twin daughters were left struggling to breathe after a visit from a friend with a cold. Close. Stop Video Replay 0:17 ...
Mum warns: Don't let colds near newbornsYahoo7 News
'I just can't believe someone decided they would risk it': Mother's warning for every parent as her twin baby girls ...Daily Mail

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02/26/2017
Numbers reveal the story isn't as bleak as some Woden Town Centre facades - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Times

Numbers reveal the story isn't as bleak as some Woden Town Centre facades
The Canberra Times
The ongoing vacancy and dilapidated state of the Alexander and Albermarle buildings has some residents in despair about commercial activity in Woden. But what do the numbers show? SHARE; Share on Facebook SHARE; Share on Twitter TWEET; Link.

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02/26/2017
How To Stop Breastfeeding Gently - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UK

How To Stop Breastfeeding Gently
Huffington Post UK
Vanessa Christie Experienced Lactation Consultant, Health Visitor and expert speaker at The Baby Show (www.thebabyshow.co.uk). Photo by Jeremy Madea via Getty Images. Weaning off the breast doesn't have to be an all or nothing event and it also ...
Breastfeeding 'can' be a contraceptive but don't count on itNEWS.com.au (blog)
10 Cruelest Things Anyone Could Say To A Mom Using FormulaRomper

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02/26/2017
Significant pain could increase the risk of opioid addiction by 41% - Knowridge Science Report

Knowridge Science Report

Significant pain could increase the risk of opioid addiction by 41%
Knowridge Science Report
What do we really know about the relationship between the experience of pain and risk of developing opioid use disorder? Results from a recent study – the first to directly address this question – show that people with moderate or more severe pain had ...

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02/26/2017
Want to de-stress? Watch birds - The Hindu

The Hindu

Want to de-stress? Watch birds
The Hindu
According to researchers, lower levels of depression, anxiety and stress were associated with the number of birds people could see in the afternoon. File photo. IANS. London February 27, 2017 01:05 IST. Updated: February 27, 2017 01:09 IST. more-in.
Watching birds near your home is good for your mental healthScience Daily
High prevalence of depression and anxiety disordersThe Daily Star
Reduce your risk of depression, anxiety; live in a greener habitat, says study!Zee News
Times of India -India New England -Counsel & Heal -eMaxHealth
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02/26/2017
More Than 9 Hours Of Sleep Could Indicate Alzheimer's Disease: Here Are Other Warning Signs Of Dementia - Tech Times

Tech Times

More Than 9 Hours Of Sleep Could Indicate Alzheimer's Disease: Here Are Other Warning Signs Of Dementia
Tech Times
Prolonged sleeping could indicate chemical changes in the brain that occur with the development of dementia. Besides longer sleep, here are other warning signs that may hint at an increased risk for the neurological condition. ( Gerd Altmann | Pixabay ).
Stunning discovery: If you do this, you might get dementiaBABW News
Sleeping longer than 9 hours could be a sign of dementiaNew Zealand Herald
Oversleeping can be early sign of Alzheimer'sGeo News, Pakistan
Alzforum -Closer -World Report Now -An F1 Blog (blog)
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02/25/2017
New virus strain renews bunny battle - SBS

SBS

New virus strain renews bunny battle
SBS
A new virus to control wild rabbit populations is being released widely around the country after two years of research work. Source: AAP. 26 Feb 2017 - 1:00 PM UPDATED 8 HOURS AGO. The battle against the bunnies has 600 new fronts. A new Korean ...
Rabbit plague: Carrots to be laced with biological Korean virus to cull feral speciesdailytelegraph.com.au
Pet owners warned to vaccinate against rabbit-killer virusThe Sydney Morning Herald
War on wild rabbits revs up with release of RHDV1 K5The Northern Daily Leader
Western Magazine
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