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Indian ‎health‏ & fitness app ‎Health‏ifyMe enters Malaysia

HealthifyMe, Indian health and fitness app, has forayed into Malaysia to provide its services such as diet and fitness plans. The move is part of Bangalore-headquartered company's overseas geographic expansion into South-East Asia.

FRANCHISEINDIA.COM - 2018-11-19 00:00:00

Environmental protections were in place to protect ‎health‏

Most ReadRecent CommentsFIELD HOCKEY: Wyoming Seminary wins Class A state championshipSanta's back: W-B Christmas Parade photo galleryMan injured in crash sues restaurants for allegedly over-serving motorcyclistPolitical blogger hired for W-B health educator postCoffay named W-B police chiefGeisinge

CITIZEN'S VOICE - 2018-11-18 00:00:00

Cutting back on alcohol can do wonders for your ‎health‏

Apart from eating healthy and engaging in regular physical activity, there’s one more thing that people with Type 2 diabetes can do to ensure that they are always in the pink of health –cut back on alcohol consumption. After all, reducing alcohol intake lowers the risk of developing serious health c


Science says holiday music is bad for your mental ‎health‏

Bah humbug! It's the news that Grinches everywhere have been waiting to see! A


France concerned with ‎health‏ of abducted compatriot in Mali

PARIS, Nov. 15 (Xinhua/GNA) - France has expressed concerns over the health situation of a French national abducted in Mali in late 2016, reiterating determination to release her "as soon as possible", the country's Foreign Ministry said.


Viola Davis ' short-lived ‎health‏ cleanse

Speaking on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, she shared: ''We had to meditate every day and other stuff, and we couldn't eat. Well, we could eat, but we couldn't chew and we couldn't suck. So, we had to sip all of our food because chewing and sucking was an act of aggression. And it was about


Does racism have an impact on ‎health‏ ? |

“The reality is that because physicians have bias, they treat their patients differently.”Does racism have an impact on health?SourceSome local news is curated - Original might have been posted at a different date/ time! Click the source link for details.


DeepMind boss defends controversial Google ‎health‏ deal

Dominic King, the British artificial intelligence lab's health chief,was responding to criticismafter Google said it would absorb DeepMind's health division.


Malaria on the rise in more than 13 countries, experts warn

After almost two decades of decline, malaria cases have significantly risen in 13 countries, prompting concern that much more is needed to combat the epidemic.

CNN - 2018-11-19 12:33:09

Butt seriously: how bottoms became a fitness obsession

More and more gym classes now focus on building your posterior – and a whole LA gym is dedicated to the pursuit. What’s behind the trend, and can exercise really change your shape?

THE GUARDIAN - 2018-11-19 12:00:28

Probe launched after fake psychiatrist practiced for 22 years

The body, which determines whether doctors are qualified to practice in the UK, admitted its checks were "inadequate" in the 1990s and apologized "for any risk arising to patients as a result."

CNN - 2018-11-19 10:03:52

Woman with cerebral palsy wins right to live independently, but fight for control over her care isn't over

© Cameron MacLean/CBCHelen Roulette lives with cerebral palsy.Winning the right to live independently in Winnipeg was only half the fight for a Portage la Prairie, Man., woman living with cerebral palsy.

MSN.COM - 2018-11-18 12:37:00

Rear view: the big business of bottoms

Back on the mezzanine, there was a rustle of suits as the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) entered the room. Apologies for the delay, one said solemnly, there has been another death. A second British woman has died this year after a Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL). Which made thei

THE GUARDIAN - 2018-11-18 12:00:03

Epsom Salts: A Favorite Remedy For Anxiety, Inflammation & Insomnia

Epsom salts have been a popular natural remedy for centuries, used to help with anything from healing wounds to relieving constipation. But did you know that Epsom salts are really just magnesium sulfate salts? It's true. Epsom salts are just one of the many ways we can usemagnesium—also known as na

MINDBODYGREEN - 2018-11-18 10:00:00

Worst Food for Alzheimer's, Like Pouring Kerosene on a Fire

Excessive sugar consumption is toxic to your brain and is a powerful driver of Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological dysfunctionResearch shows Alzheimer’s can be effectively prevented by lowering sugar exposure, increasing exercise and improving the quality of your sleepUse of statin medication

MERCOLA.COM - 2018-11-18 00:00:00

Cancer-killing virus could deliver instructions that unmask tumours and prevent disease returning, study finds

© gettyComputer illustration of cancer cells, showing the blood vessel formation providing the cells with oxygens and nutrients.“Even when most of the cancer cells in a carcinoma are killed, fibroblasts can protect the residual cancer cells and help them to recover and flourish,” said Dr Kerry Fishe

MSN.COM - 2018-11-19 06:18:24

Faltering malaria fight should refocus on high-risk countries, says...

FILE PHOTO: Anopheles minimus mosquitoes are pictured at a lab in the Public Health Ministry in Bangkok, Thailand, November 9, 2017. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha - RC13B062C170

REUTERS - 2018-11-19 12:35:11

When Ivanka Speaks, The Body Language Of The Men Around Her Reveals A Lot

© Photo: Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Photo.Refinery29Ivanka Trump often finds herself in situations where she's the only woman, or one of few. This is partially because her father's administration is so heavily male (and white), and partially because most government officials still tend to be men. (

MSN.COM - 2018-11-19 08:30:54

VCU ‎Health‏ Hub at 25th

The center, now known as “VCU Health Hub at 25th,” will be led by Natalie Pennywell, a former state health official.


Jagler : Employees can be ` nudged ' to better ‎health‏ in the workplace

© Provided by Gannett Co., Inc.Mike O'Neill is co-author of a new book titled, "The Healthy Workplace Nudge." Photo provided by Haworth Inc.