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Israel war on critics of Gaza crimes

Norwegian doctor Mads Frederick Gilbert (C) treats a Palestinian child wounded in an Israeli airstrike at al-Shifa hospital on July 17, 2014
By KEVIN BARRETT | Press TV | April 25, 2015…
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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism

Obama steps up US campaign on climate change

Volume 385, No. 9978     25 April 2015

WORLD REPORT   Obama steps up US campaign on climate change In recent weeks, the Obama Administration has unveiled several new initiatives to tackle climate change. 313 more words

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US initiative for prediabetes

24 April 2015

IN FOCUS       Health officials in the USA want physicians to help to reduce diabetes by asking at-risk patients to join diabetes prevention programmes.   83 more words

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Exercise & healthy eating help prevent onset of dementia

It’s in the news again: this time a flawed study – so some say – that demonstrates that obesity helps prevent dementia. ON further examination, yet again we see that, in fact, no smoking, lower alcohol intake plus eating well and exercising are the key to a happier old age. 953 more words

Healthy Eating

Hands Off The Lancet


Professor Graham Watt MD FRCGP FRSE FMedSci, Professor of General Practice, University of Glasgow, UK

Sir Iain Chalmers DSc FFPH FRCP Edin FRCP FMedSci, Coordinator, James Lind Initiative, Oxford, UK…

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Immunity and Community Part Two

A version of this article appeared on page A10 of Ceylon Today on Thursday April 16 2015. It is a sequel to an article published on April 7: … 1.629 more words

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Multifaceted intervention reduces cognitive decline in the at-risk elderly

Published in the most recent Lancet: “A 2 year multidomain intervention of diet, exercise, cognitive training, and vascular risk monitoring versus control to prevent cognitive decline in at-risk elderly people (FINGER): a randomised controlled trial” 49 more words