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South Korean president urges police to better protect people
South Korean President Moon Jae-in called on police officers Friday to focus only on protecting the lives and rights of the people, saying it was the people they must be most concerned about.
Most people 'reluctant to perform CPR' on heart attack victims
A survey has found 86 percent of people in the North West would be reluctant to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on victims of cardiac arrest.
Cannabis consumption increases violent behavior in young people
A new study by researchers at the Institut en santé mentale de Montréal demonstrates that sustained used of cannabis is associated with an increase in violent behavior in young people after discharge from a psychiatric hospital.
Flu Jab: Is it useless for older people? (Video)
The annual flu jab can offer little or no protection against the virus in elderly people, research suggested.
Turkey orders arrest warrants for over 60 people
Turkey issued arrest warrants for 63 people, including former National Intelligence Agency (MIT) personnel, over alleged links to the US-based cleric accused of orchestrating last year’s attempted coup, Anadolu news agency reported on Tuesday.
People feel fuller when they believe they ate more
How filling you think a meal will be can affect how much you eat later, a small study found.
Intelligent people more likely to swear
Intelligent people are more likely to swear, a study found.
Mystery of sudden heart attacks in healthy people
Heart attacks are most commonly caused by high blood pressure — and are a symptoms of cardiovascular disease.
Air strike in Yemen kills at least 35 people
An air strike near the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, has killed at least 35 people, a local medic said.
Italy has EU’s highest level of ‘alienated young people’
Nearly one-in-four young Italians are neither employed, in education nor training (NEET), latest figures reveal.
Higher income people more physically active
A study by the American Cancer Society found that higher income individuals are more likely to be weekend warriors exercising just a few days a week.
Most people not bargain hunters when it comes to healthcare
New research challenges the idea that allowing Americans to price shop for healthcare services could help slow rising healthcare costs.
Painless flu jab patch for people scared of injections
A 'painless' sticking plaster flu jab that delivers vaccine into the skin has passed important safety tests in the first trial in people.
One in three poor people stays out of social security net in South Koreas
One in three low-income people in South Korea don't benefit from the country's income security systems, a study said , calling for their reform or new plans.
Hot temperatures make people moody, less helpful
Uncomfortably hot temperatures may make people moody and less likely to be helpful or ‘pro-social, a study suggested.

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