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Jul
11

Some American Employers May Be Exempt from Covering Employees’ Contraceptive Health Care

With the highly contested Supreme Court case last month, U.S. workplaces can now claim a religious exemption to avoid paying for contraceptive health insurance.

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Jun
06

On World Blood Donor Day, WHO Focuses on Mothers

Blood loss kills thousands of women every year, but better blood donation programs have the potential to reduce mother and infant mortality.

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Oct
18

Atmospheric Pollution Continues to Threaten Health

While many developing economies are frequently criticised for ignoring the health risks associated with pollution, research indicates that more developed western countries are also putting people’s health at risk by failing to address the health consequences of air pollution.

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Aug
08

NHS Not Good Enough For Royal Birth?

After the long awaited arrival of Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal baby, the first few days of baby George's life were rather slow and somewhat unsensational time for the British media. There were no statements, no photographs and few updates which meant there was very little to comment on in news columns and live reports. One story about the royal birth which…

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Oct
10

Parallels Between the Singaporean and Japanese 'Silver Tsunami'

A recent publication from the Singapore Department of Statistics has stated that the city state has continued to see a year-over-year increase in its population from 5.18 million in 2011 to 5.31 million in 2012. However, the reality of the situation is that annual population growth has slowed from 3.5% to 2.5%…

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Jul
10

Leaps and Bounds: Progress in Stem Cell Research

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