There’s been plenty of rape cases almost everywhere. There can’t be a specific reason why, since rape isn’t the victim’s fault and the predators don’t really have a reason. 671 more words
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The World Health Organization (WHO) has recently released the Global Status Report on Alcohol and Health 2018.
Alcohol is a psychoactive substance with dependence-producing properties that has been widely used in many cultures for centuries. 1,061 more words
Is there a connection between ALS and Lyme Disease?
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In the U.S. cases of Lyme Disease appear to be rising. 1,281 more words
Source: British Heart Foundation
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Date of publication: September 2018
Publication type: Research
In a nutshell: Researchers from Imperial College London studied patients with high blood pressure of whom 87 had developed coronary heart disease (CHD) in one study in collaboration with Lund University in Sweden. 132 more words
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Karen Crouch’s son never told her that he was contemplating suicide.
“He never said that he felt like he was losing a grip. 22 more words
NACCHO Aboriginal Health and #Sugarydrinks : @BakerResearchAu Study reveals the damaging effects for inactive, young, obese people who consume soft drink regularly : What's going on inside your veins ?
“ With lifestyle-related diseases such as obesity rising rapidly and sugar sweetened beverages the largest source of added sugars in Western diets, understanding the ‘real world’ health impact is critical in determining ‘real world’ prevention and intervention strategies,” 1,512 more words