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Spicy food linked to lower risk of death – The New York Times

August 8, 2015

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http://mobile.nytimes.com/blogs/well/2015/08/04/spicy-food-linked-to-lower-risk-of-death/?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share&_r=0&referrer=   SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 2015. 4:54 a.m. [GMT]   Advertisements

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Vyapam: India’s deadly medical school exam scandal – bbc.com

July 10, 2015

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Bhopal protest There have been widespread protests against the scam in Madhya Pradesh A medical school admission examinations scandal in India has turned into a veritable whodunit with thousands of arrests, mysterious deaths and the suspected involvement of top politicians and bureaucrats. Soutik Biswas travelled to Madhya Pradesh to investigate. The call came late in […]

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Maggi noodles from Nestle ‘hazardous’ – India regulator

June 8, 2015

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In Nigeria today, instant noodles, especially IndoMie, are very common and popular.  Here is a story out of Asia, though not of Nestle’s Maggi Noodles but it should give parents a thought on the nature of these “instant” foreign-palate cuisine which has gained wide acceptance in the country. Are the manufacturers getting adequate supervision from […]

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It’s low-carbs for good health, metabolism, weight loss … the times, they are a-changing – Epoch Times

June 5, 2015

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10 Proven Health Benefits of Low-Carb and Ketogenic Diets – Epoch Times By Kris Gunnars, authoritynutrition.com Low-carb diets have been controversial for decades. They were originally demonized by fat-phobic health professionals and the media. People believed that these diets would raise cholesterol and cause heart disease because of the high fat content. However… times are […]

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I was 28 and had a stroke: Survivors share stories, warning signs 21 hours ago – Linda Carroll/TODAY

May 22, 2015

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Thanks to a regular reader and contributor to this blog, a medical doctor, who sent this. TOLA.   I was 28 and had a stroke: Survivors share stories, warning signs By Linda Carroll/[US] TODAY SHOW   Ruth Wolfe was on the phone with her husband when the device inexplicably slipped out of her right hand. […]

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Eugenic Sterilization/dehumanization of female African-Americans – MSNBC

January 16, 2015

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For eugenic sterilization victims, belated justice By Irin Carmon Forced sterilization in America CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – A child as young as nine years old. A 21-year-old mother of six who, a social worker complained, “made no effort to curb her sexual desires.” A woman who, the state’s official Eugenics Board worried, “wears men’s clothing […]

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Dr. Martin Salia, who traveled back to his homeland to treat Ebola patients, hailed as a hero at funeral mass

December 2, 2014

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Doctor Who Died of Ebola Hailed as Her By Associated Press/Epoch Times Sierra Leonian Dr. Martin Salia hailed as a hero Although his medical colleagues were worried when he returned there to treat Ebola patients, they said the decision was consistent with his character. Dr. Marilee Cole, an international health consultant who ran a Georgetown […]

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For a contented life, head to Costa Rica, Vietnam … S. America is happiest continent; Africa one of least happy continents – daily mail.co.uk/health

November 21, 2014

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Revealed, the happiest countries in the world: For a contented life, head to Costa Rica, Vietnam or Mexico (while the UK fares better than Spain, the US or Australia) A new map of 151 countries has revealed exactly which parts of the world deliver long and happy lives for citizens The map was compiled using […]

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White Woman Infects Black Men with HIV For Revenge and a Black Woman does the same.

November 15, 2014

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Food for thought in a world of hate, revenge and promiscuity. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014. 5:15 a.m. [GMT]

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Open Heart Surgeries successfully being performed by a private Nigerian hospital – Tola Adenle

November 5, 2014

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The Biket Medical Center – Biket – at Osogbo in Southwestern Nigeria is a modern 40-bed hospital that would be termed a “general” hospital in Nigeria: it is for a large population and attends to patients with all sorts of ailments. Although the city has a Teaching Hospital, a government-owned General Hospital and many private […]

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