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New ozone pollution regs will not apply statewide

Today the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) passed new state regulations to restrict air pollution from oil and gas development and to require increased monitoring for leaks. 751 more words


Are there stroke victims around you?

The stroke factors continue to increase in the past ten years, despite all the risk factors are well identified and passed to the common public by media or to the patients by doctors. 258 more words


Robert Mugabe Was Just Appointed a World Health Organization 'Goodwill Ambassador'

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has been called a lot of things by supporters and critics over his 94 years on this planet: revolutionary; freedom fighter; dictator; alleged perpetrator of… 459 more words


Physicians urged to talk to their patients about guns

Physicians often discuss sensitive issues such as sexual behavior and substance use with their patients. Although everyone may squirm a bit, these conversations help doctors identify health risks so they can properly counsel their patients. 577 more words


Leading doctors want to treat guns like other public health threats

The doctors who lead the medical profession’s debates on how best to preserve and restore our health are done with moments of silence in the face of gun-related violence. 47 more words

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Global temperatures continued to rise in September

Jenna Ladd | October 20, 2017

Earth’s climate continued to warm during September 2017, setting some alarming records.

September 2017 was the planet’s fourth warmest September since record-keeping began in 1880. 204 more words


Protect your family from flu this winter

Parents of children aged two and three are being reminded that they can help protect their little ones from flu this winter with one simple free nasal spray available from their GP. 520 more words

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