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UK: Elite London Gents' Club Bends Rules To Accept Trans Woman

An exclusive London gentlemen’s club has defied its 150-year-old tradition as a male-only bastion, by allowing a woman to join – but only because she was born a man. 233 kata lagi


Climate change and health

On Nov 1st Dr. John Balmes, COEH Director, joined other panelists to discuss the implications of the Lancet Countdown Report on Climate Change and Health… 19 kata lagi

Occupational Health


If India has been found as the country with highest number of pollution related deaths or simply say pollution deaths, there are valid reasons behind it, the easily visible valid reasons. 434 kata lagi


Yadama & Fellow Lancet Commissioners Release Groundbreaking Global Analysis on Pollution

The Lancet Commission on Pollution and Health, of which BCSSW Dean Gautam N. Yadama is a commissioner, has released a report analyzing the scope of the health and economic costs of air, water, soil, and occupational pollution in the world today. 412 kata lagi


Bad air, water kills: At 2.5 mn, India tops list for pollution-linked deaths

India recorded the most number of premature deaths because of pollution in 2015 at 2.51 million lives lost, followed by China at 1.8 million deaths, a recent study has revealed… 198 kata lagi


There are 11 times as many obese children in the world as there were in 1975

The world may be getting richer, but the nutrition of children is getting worse. According to an analysis of over 2,400 research papers, the number of people aged 5-19 considered obese—with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or more—increased from 11 million in 1975 to 124 million in 2016. 410 kata lagi

Walking to Work or Doing the Vacuuming Can Extend Your Life

The title of this post is identical to the title of an In Brief News piece in the 30 September 2017 issue of the New Scientist. 308 kata lagi

Human Memory: Theory And Data