Tag: change

Vaccination skeptics say the US government has joined with Pharmaceutical companies to shut them down, and the veil of silence over the true dangers of inoculation is secretly killing hundreds of children each year. ‘Broken’  When she checks on one of her three living children sleeping, Krystle Cordingley will sometimes see not their faces, but […]

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(Reuters) – Corporate America’s biggest shareholders have traditionally been content with sharing their views on a company’s strategy privately with management. <img title="Mutual funds start to put their mouth where their money is " alt="Mutual funds start to put their mouth where their money is " src="https://s3.reutersmedia.net/resources/r/?m=02&d=20190315&t=2&i=1366608296&r=LYNXNPEF2E0X5&w=450" aria-label="FILE PHOTO: Logo of global bioPharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers […]

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The NSPCC has criticised Instagram for continuing to allow “distressing” pictures of self-harm to remain on the site. Last month, Instagram said all graphic images of self-harm would be removed. The BBC reported three images of people cutting themselves to Instagram. The social media platform added warnings to two but ruled that all three could […]

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ATLANTA (Reuters) – Americans are consuming more gourmet coffee than ever, but the outlook for future growth may be threatened by increasing economic worries, survey results from the National Coffee Association (NCA) showed on Saturday. FILE PHOTO: A cup of coffee is pictured on a table in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New […]

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Cuts to benefits and wider economic hardship are increasing demand for mental health care, NHS bosses say. Mental health leaders in England cited the rollout of universal credit, in particular, as a key factor. They also said money problems and job worries alongside social factors, such as loneliness, were adding pressure to an already stretched […]

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Getting vaccine exemptions may now be easier for residents in Texas, after a new bill was filed in the Texas House of Representatives. Representative Matt Krause filed House Bill 1490 on Feb. 7, which would change how people file vaccine exemptions. The goal would be to make it easier to claim an exemption from required immunizations […]

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MONTREAL/LONDON (Reuters) – The Court of Appeal of Quebec upheld on Friday the bulk of a 2015 decision that awarded around C$15 billion ($11.29 billion)to smokers in the Canadian province, dealing a blow to Big Tobacco. The judgment involves class action suits that were consolidated against the Canadian subsidiaries of British American Tobacco, Philip Morris […]

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LONDON, Feb 27 (Reuters) – An experimental drug could offer hope for restoring damaged brain cells in Parkinson’s patients, scientists said on Wednesday, although they cautioned that a clinical trial was not able to prove the treatment slowed or halted the neurodegenerative disease. The trial involved delivery of a protein therapy directly into the brains […]

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What it’s like if you can’t eat any raw fruit and vegetables? It sounds inconvenient, limiting and potentially unhealthy. But what if you add to that dairy, soya, gluten, lactose, nuts and seafood? That means no bread, milk, cheese, yoghurt, cereal, fish, pasta, pizza, bought sauces, cakes, biscuits and chocolate – the list goes on. […]

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Sunscreen 101: what to know before you head outside New York dermatologist, Dr. Whitney Bowe believes not all sunscreens are made equal. She shares her favorite sunscreens for adults and children and reveals why you can’t rely on last year’s lotions. It’s not summer just yet, but some big <a href="https://www.foxnews.com/category/health/beauty-and-skin” target=”_blank”>changes</a> may be coming […]

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