People who are phone snubbed — or 'phubbed' — by others are, themselves, often turning to their smartphones and social media to find acceptance, according to new research from Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business.
People phubbed by others turn to social media for acceptance
Overweight nurses in the UK need to trim down if they want to send the right message to their patients about being healthy, regulators said. New rules drafted by health leaders have asked all nurses to 'maintain a level of personal fitness' to be able to care for people, dailymail.co.uk wrote.
Overweight UK nurses told to beat the bulge
Ambar Garcia, who lives just north of downtown Los Angeles, said she’s thankful her two daughters have health coverage through California’s version of Medicaid, the government program for low-income people.
California’s kids are healthy but many live in poverty
Women should study English in the UK to earn more than men, official data shows, as it is the only subject where the salaries of female graduates exceed those of their male peers.
UK women should study English to earn more than men
Against the backdrop of increasing refugee numbers around the globe, fuelled by crisis and insecurity, and an ever-widening gap in places to resettle them, the top United Nations official dealing with refugee issues has called on governments to 'step up' and deliver places for refugees in line with the commitments they have made.
Refugee numbers outpace resettlement spots
Researchers at the University of Connecticut found evidence that electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, may be as harmful as tobacco cigarettes.
Study finds e-cigarettes may be as harmful as smoking tobacco
Employers are unprepared for the lower levels of migration pledged by the government after the UK leaves the EU, a survey by think tank the Resolution Foundation suggested.
Employers unprepared for lower migration after Brexit
A new study by the University of Michigan found that risk, benefit and cost are the main reasons why people put off having diagnostic testing done.
Study examines why patients do not get diagnostic tests
Researchers at the University of Connecticut found evidence that electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, may be as harmful as tobacco cigarettes.
Study finds e-cigarettes may be as harmful as smoking tobacco
Children in areas affected by conflict and disasters are among the most vulnerable, the United Nations International Labor Organization (ILO) in warning on the World Day Against Child Labour, making a strong call for an end to the scourge, especially as children trapped in crisis risk falling prey to trafficking or being forced into hazardous work.
UN urges protection for children in conflicts and disasters

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