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More than an apple a day

Jun 18, 14 More than an apple a day

Posted by in Children, Featured, Finland, News, Nutrition, Views

An apple a day. When children get the opportunity to pick their own fruit off the trees, it can lead to much energy and enjoyment. Rules do not apply when it comes to the eating of the said picked produce To be Sure So they say an apple a day I do despair I prefer more, to be sure I lick my lips as I know best these apples I shall...

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Kicking the habit

Jun 01, 14 Kicking the habit

Posted by in Featured, News, South Africa

Kicking the habit – As the Department of Health prepares to mark World No Tobacco Day on Saturday, Health Minister, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, has warned people against smoking and encouraged them to quit. World No Tobacco Day is observed around the world every year on May 31. The day highlights the health risks associated with...

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How Gut Bacteria Regulates Weight Gain

May 06, 14 How Gut Bacteria Regulates Weight Gain

Posted by in Featured, Ireland, News, Research

Researchers at the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre in University College Cork have discovered how gut bacteria communicate with their host to specifically regulate weight gain and serum cholesterol levels. Cork Researchers Further Understanding of How Gut Bacteria Regulate Weight Gain The research, funded by Science Foundation...

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Running and Hygiene

Mar 19, 14 Running and Hygiene

Posted by in Featured, News, Running

Running and Hygiene Practicing good hygiene is as important during menstruation as at any other time of the month, and good hygiene for sportswomen is no different, it goes without saying that sanitary napkins or tampons should be changed frequently especially before and directly after a run. This is a paragraph from the article by...

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Living With Cancer

Mar 14, 14 Living With Cancer

Posted by in Events, Featured, Ireland, News

People living with cancer in Dublin and their families are invited to attend a unique public information day at the City North Hotel, Gormanston, on April 5. The Living With Cancer Day The Living With Cancer Day has been organised by the North East Cancer Research and Education Trust (NECRET) and will feature Irish celebrities...

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HIV/AIDS trial scoops award

Jan 29, 14 HIV/AIDS trial scoops award

Posted by in Awards, Featured, News, South Africa, Technology

The Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa (CAPRISA) 004 Tenofovir gel trial was on Wednesday announced as the winner of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Science and Technology Pioneers Prize. South African HIV/AIDS trial scoops USAID award The prize, which is being inaugurated this...

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Health products from Proposis seeds

Health products from Proposis seeds are  ORGANIC, eco-friendly and proudly South African, Manna products were innovatively pioneered by Brandt Coetzee in the Northern Cape in 1997 – and are all made from the seeds of the alien invader Prosopis tree which originated from northern Mexico and southern Texas. “I was researching the...

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Immunised against HPV

Jan 19, 14 Immunised against HPV

Posted by in Education, Featured, News, South Africa

Primary school girls will from this year be immunised against the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), which causes cervical cancer. President Jacob Zuma made the announcement at the launch of Ngidini Primary School in Libode in the Eastern Cape. He said government will target girls aged between nine and 12 years of age, through the...

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