• Lady Gaga Speaks Out About the International Mental Health Crisis
Lady Gaga Speaks Out About the International Mental Health Crisis

The C.P.H.is observing Mental Health Week under the theme "Young People in Mental Health , in a Changing World" and nurse Morris-Willis said, sensitising the youth on the issue of mental health is critical. According to World Health Organization , "adolescence and the early years of adulthood are a time of life when many changes occur; for ex...

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  • Justice Roberts Ethics Complaints Against Kavanaugh Referred to Colorado Court
Justice Roberts Ethics Complaints Against Kavanaugh Referred to Colorado Court

Besides, he said in an interview with The Associated Press, "We're not here to have fun". "You can not be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about", she said on CNN . I don't think they'll find a basis for impeaching". Flake, who many forecast as a potential 2020 presidential candidate, wrote a...

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  • Rare Polio-like Illness On The Rise In Children
Rare Polio-like Illness On The Rise In Children

However, the 2014 cases coincided with a national outbreak of a respiratory illness caused by a virus called enterovirus D68 . With hope, further investigation will address this unnerving uptick in AFM cases, preventing even more little ones from suffering around the country.

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  • Lancet report: Mental health disorders on the rise in India
Lancet report: Mental health disorders on the rise in India

Countries at the summit are expected to support a global declaration to achieve equity for mental health, marking the first time national governments have made a joint pledge to put mental health on an equal footing with physical health. The PM will also announce the campaign to train a million people in mental health awareness - Every Mind Matte...

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  • Battle won, Brett Kavanaugh gets down to business
Battle won, Brett Kavanaugh gets down to business

According to CNN's poll, Democrats' enthusiasm about their congressional vote has increased, with 62 percent saying they were extremely or very enthusiastic to vote, up seven points since September among Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents.

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  • Minnesota Children Diagnosed With Rare 'Polio-Like' Illness
Minnesota Children Diagnosed With Rare 'Polio-Like' Illness

Janette Nesheiwat, a family physician, told ABC News. "Protecting your children against viruses or protecting ourselves against terrorism and things like that", Tiffany Lanier, another parent, said, "you can't really protect against these things they just happen".

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  • Republicans enjoy 'Brett boost' after Supreme Court win dents Democrats' poll surge
Republicans enjoy 'Brett boost' after Supreme Court win dents Democrats' poll surge

Kavanaugh was scheduled to emerge on Tuesday morning from behind the courtroom's red velvet curtains and take his seat alongside his eight colleagues. "It is not a partisan or political institution", said Kavanaugh, who was to take up his seat on the nine-member bench on October 9. After Murkowski came out in opposition to Kavanaugh last week, Tr...

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  • Flu season on the horizon
Flu season on the horizon

So at these meetings, the researchers who have their lights on in their laboratories at night are here telling us about new technologies that are designed to create better vaccines for the future. A dose of flu vaccine is recommended every flu season. Clark said more effective vaccines could increase vaccination rates. The U.S. Centers for Dise...

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  • YEP says: Mental Health Campaign is only just beginning
YEP says: Mental Health Campaign is only just beginning

Mental ill health can affect every single one of us at any time in our lives, which is why trade unions, employers and the government have a responsibility to act. "If we are not tackling mental health problems early, then we risk failing the next generation right at the start of their lives". He was delivering a lecture at the Ibadat Hospital ...

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  • Why you should pay more attention to your mental health - Psychologists
Why you should pay more attention to your mental health - Psychologists

Mental Health Awareness Week is being run by the Mental Health Foundation from 8-14 October. Planned activities include more than 80 complimentary consultations for the public in the DHCC free zone and a collaboration with academic institution Amity University Dubai .

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  • Trump crows over bitter Supreme Court justice victory
Trump crows over bitter Supreme Court justice victory

Kavanaugh, in contrast, is expected to be a more decidedly conservative vote, tilting the court right for decades and leaving Roberts as the justice closest to the ideological middle. Kavanaugh has moved into the chambers previously occupied by conservative Justice Samuel Alito, who has taken over Kennedy's chambers. "I think a lot of Democrats a...

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  • Newly installed Kavanaugh gets to work at Supreme Court
Newly installed Kavanaugh gets to work at Supreme Court

He made an extraordinary apology to Mr Kavanaugh on behalf of the country for what he'd been through, after being publicly accused of sexual assault. Kavanaugh will also reunite with six of his former clerks on the US Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia who are now clerking for other justices.

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  • Vitamin D Supplements Don’t Make Our Bones Healthier
Vitamin D Supplements Don’t Make Our Bones Healthier

The analysis found that vitamin D supplementation did not reduce total fractures , hip fractures or falls by the 15% defined as a clinically meaningful threshold. Most studies included women aged over 65 with serum vitamin D levels of less than 50nmol/L and taking vitamin D doses of more than 800IU per day.

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  • More Birds Are Getting Drunk This Year, MN Town Advises Residents
More Birds Are Getting Drunk This Year, MN Town Advises Residents

Stiteler, who posts stunning bird pictures to her Facebook page and runs a blog called birdchick.com , created a special "detox tank" for a waxwing who had one too many back in 2013. Meaning, the birds are eating the berries and getting hammered. Somebody needs to cut off the birds of Gilbert, Minnesota, because they're all drunk .

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  • Lingerie shops offers wide ranges of options for breast cancer survivors
Lingerie shops offers wide ranges of options for breast cancer survivors

Brought to you by The Irish Cancer Society . But with little in the way of local breast cancer resources, Larsen set out to find a new hospital and doctors with her family by her side. When results come back, she continues to help craft their plan. "There are a lot of open and free opportunities around me that I had a closed mind to", Roberts ...

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  • Explained: The cancer therapy that got two immunologists a Nobel
Explained: The cancer therapy that got two immunologists a Nobel

Honjo and Allison will share their prize of 9 million kronor ($1.1 million) at a formal ceremony in Stockholm on December 10. The Guardian reports that the scientists' discoveries have "paved the way for a new class of cancer drugs that are already dramatically changing outcomes for patients".

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  • Texas Surf Resort Temporarily Closes After Man Dies From Brain-Eating Amoeba
Texas Surf Resort Temporarily Closes After Man Dies From Brain-Eating Amoeba

A 29-year-old surfer died from what is commonly known as a "brain-eating amoeba" after visiting a resort in Waco, Texas . Meanwhile, the BSR Surf Resort voluntarily closed its doors until the results of the analysis determine whether the surfer was infected, or not, in the artificial wave pool.

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  • Screens could be damaging your child’s cognition, study reveals
Screens could be damaging your child’s cognition, study reveals

Furthermore, the data used in the study was collected only once, not over time. "We found that more than two hours of recreational screen time in children was associated with poorer cognitive development", said one of the researchers Jeremy Walsh, CHEO Research Institute, Canada .

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  • NJ Surfer Dies From Rare,
NJ Surfer Dies From Rare, "Brain-Eating Amoeba"

Stabile returned to New Jersey and began suffering from a headache on September 16, according to the family's GoFundMe page . He died at a hospital in Atlantic City on September 21. Infection typically occurs when people go swimming or diving in warm freshwater places, like lakes and rivers. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) is now investigat...

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  • Cancer Researchers Win 2018 Nobel Prize For Medicine
Cancer Researchers Win 2018 Nobel Prize For Medicine

Allison, initially driven only by curiosity about immune cells, had a insane thought: Maybe CTLA-4 can be exploited to fight cancer. "I'm honoured and humbled to receive this prestigious recognition", Allison said in a statement released by the university's MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, where he is a professor.

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