American workers are not doing their part to combat the spread of influenza, according to a new survey by NSF International.
At least one-quarter of American workers go to work sick
The number of children admitted to intensive care in England has risen sharply since 2009, putting additional pressure on already overstretched health services, researchers have warned.
Sharp rise in number of children  admitted to intensive care in England
Whether targeted by perpetrators of sexual violence, oppressed by ideological extremists, or uniquely threatened by the bombing of hospital maternity units, women often bear the brunt of conflicts. Yet when it comes to peace negotiations, women too often don’t have a seat at the table. The continuing reality that men, particularly armed men, enjoy an almost exclusive role in peace processes defies both logic and evidence.
Women still need more seats at the table
The number of potential job seekers jumped in the third quarter of this year, data showed on Friday, in an indication of a tougher employment market even though the nation's economy grew at a solid pace.
South Korean potential job seekers rise in Q3
Japanese government should allocate more social welfare spending toward low-income households headed by individuals in their 30s to 50s — which have significantly increased over the past two decades — and away from retirees, the Welfare Ministry argued in its annual white paper released.
Japan argues for shift in spending to younger generations from retirees
The number of newborn babies in South Korea continued its double-digit slide in August as the country is expected to experience record-breaking low childbirths in 2017, government data showed on Wednesday.
South Korean childbirths continue downward trend
Nearly half of American children have faced at least one traumatic experience, such as the death of a parent, witnessing a violent crime or living with someone who is suicidal or abuses drugs or alcohol, new research revealed.
Trauma takes toll on half of US kids
The images posted on October 24, 2017 by ISNA show Lake Bakhtegan in the central province of Fars has completely dried up.
Lake Bakhtegan turns into salt flat
Millennials have now become the most likely age group to tell others how much they make.
For Millennials, sharing your salary is no longer taboo (video)

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