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Health Week: Promoting culture of preventing diseases
The best way to serve the people is to promote the culture of preventing diseases, said health minister.
Heart health affected by body's zinc supply: Study
Researchers in Munich, Germany have identified a link between the level of zinc in the body and the risk of cardiovascular issues related to oxidative stress.
Diets lacking in dairy may put health at risk
The National Osteoporosis Society, or NOS, in England reported in a new study that it found an alarming dieting trend among teenagers and young adults.
Health Overhaul Plan supports cancer-stricken children
Health Overhaul Plan has had positive effects on supporting cancer-stricken children and their families in the past three years, said managing director of Mahak Institute, a non-profit charity organization which supports children with cancer.
2017 World Health Day them, Depression: Let’s talk
Over 300 million suffer depression worldwide, said Health Minister Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi.
Depression becomes main reason for ill health?
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression is one of the leading causes of disability and ill health around the world.
Welcome Spring and Still Survive Your Allergies
If you have seasonal allergies, the arrival of spring on Monday is probably less about warmth and flowers and more about itchy eyes and congestion.
Republican health care plan 'leaves 14 million fewer insured in 2018'
Fourteen million fewer Americans will have health insurance next year under the Republican plan to replace Obamacare, a nonpartisan congressional analysis projected, heaping pressure on President Donald Trump to make good on his pledge to broaden coverage.
Health warning over toxic levels of vitamin D sold in supplements
Hundreds of people in the UK are regularly taking toxic overdoses of vitamin D in supplements bought online, according to Britain’s leading testing laboratory.
Watching garden birds good for mental health
Officer workers can de-stress by watching birds out of their window, a study has suggested after it found it makes people less anxious and depressed.
Huge health needs for 1b migrants
With an estimated one billion migrants today — or one in every seven people — their health needs are huge. Nevertheless, health systems are struggling to adapt and consequently access to health services among migrant populations varies widely and is often inadequate.
15 Health Benefits of Pomegranate Juice
Fresh juice doesn’t have to be green or full of spinach to be healthy. Pomegranate juice contains more than 100 phytochemicals. The pomegranate fruit has been used for thousands of years as medicine.
Being fat-shamed has bad impact on health
Fats-shaming folks into getting rid of fat was established to have the reverse result, according to a new examine made at the University of Pennsylvania. The examine identified that unwanted fat-shaming can worsen people’s wellness and increase the pitfalls of obtaining a heart attack or acquiring diabetic issues.
EU food safety body to look again at palm oil health risks
The European Food Safety Authority will re-examine its warning on health risks stemming from palm and other vegetable oils, a spokeswoman at the European body said in light of a recent study expressing less concern than EFSA.
Assad in excellent health: Presidential office
Syria says President Bashar al-Assad is in “excellent health,” refuting all rumors that the Syrian leader is suffering from some health problems.

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