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Family dinners protect kids from cyber-bullying

Family dinners protect kids from cyber-bullying

02 Sep 2014

Toronto: Make it a point not to miss family dinners to connect with your kids and help them cope with cyber-bullying. Like traditional bullying, cyber or internet bullying can increase the risk of mental health problems in teenagers just as well as the misuse of drugs and alcohol do, says a new study.

Family dinners,   cyber-bullying,   health problems,   teenagers,   victimization,   facebook,  
Nurses go on strike in Ebola-hit Liberia

Nurses go on strike in Ebola-hit Liberia

02 Sep 2014

Monrovia: Nurses at Liberia's largest hospital have gone on strike, demanding better pay and equipment to protect them against a deadly Ebola epidemic which has killed hundreds in the West African nation.

Ebola,   Liberia,   Ebola virus,   West Africa,   WHO,   World Health Organization,   Ebola outbreak ,  
Volunteering boosts <strong>health</strong> of older adults

Volunteering boosts health of older adults

01 Sep 2014

Toronto: Older adults who stay active by volunteering are likely to receive a health boost. Volunteering is linked with reductions in symptoms of depression, better overall health, fewer functional limitations and greater longevity, a study indicated.

Volunteering,   health,   older adults,   symptoms of depression,   longevity,   psycho-social well-being,   physical activity,  
<strong>Health</strong> workers death toll mounts in West Africa as Ebola spreads

Health workers death toll mounts in West Africa as Ebola spreads

01 Sep 2014

Lagos: Nigeria on Sunday confirmed a fresh case of Ebola in a doctor whose husband died from the virus, adding to a growing list of health care workers in West Africa hit by the epidemic.

Ebola,   West Africa,   Ebola outbreak,   Ebola crises,   Ebola epidemic,   Healthcare Ebola patients,  
Australia's Clarke limps out of triangular series against Zimbabwe, South Africa

Australia's Clarke limps out of triangular series against Zimbabwe, South Africa

01 Sep 2014

HARARE: Australia's dismal day got worse when captain Michael Clarke revealed on Sunday that he would take no further part in the triangular series against Zimbabwe and South Africa.

Australia cricket team,   Australia captain,   Michael Clarke,   Triangular series,   Zimbabwe,   South Africa,   Australia,  
New blood test to detect tuberculosis in kids

New blood test to detect tuberculosis in kids

01 Sep 2014

London: Researchers have developed a new reliable and highly specific blood test to diagnose tuberculosis in children within 24 hours.

tuberculosis in kids,   tuberculosis,   TAM-TB assay,   immunodiagnostic,   blood test,   public health,  
World Cup will decide who's number one, say <strong>Michael</strong> Clarke

World Cup will decide who's number one, say Michael Clarke

31 Aug 2014

Next year's Cricket World Cup will decide the kings of the 50-over game whatever happens in the race to top the ICC world rankings between now and then, according to Australia captain Michael Clarke.

Cricket World Cup,   ICC world rankings,   Australia captain Michael Clarke,  
Union <strong>Health</strong> Ministry unveils ‘National <strong>Health</strong> Policy’ for women

Union Health Ministry unveils ‘National Health Policy’ for women

30 Aug 2014

New Delhi: In an endeavour to provide an anicteric lifestyle to the female gentry of our nation, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan unveiled a new national health policy.

Union Health Minister,   Harsh Vardhan,   New health policy,   Female anatomy,   Healthy lifestyle,  
Centre tweaks norms to expedite issue of soil <strong>health</strong> cards

Centre tweaks norms to expedite issue of soil health cards

31 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Aiming to issue soil health cards to all farmers in next three years, the Centre has come out with uniform norms to expedite the process of testing soil nutrients in irrigated and rainfed areas.

National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture,   soil health card,   Radha Mohan Singh,   Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana,   testing of NPK,  
Twenty <strong>health</strong> centres for senior citizens in Delhi: <strong>Health</strong> Ministry

Twenty health centres for senior citizens in Delhi: Health Ministry

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi: At least 20 Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) centres will be started for senior citizens in Delhi September 1 onwards for free consultation, a statement said on Friday.

Twenty health centres,   senior citizens,   Delhi,   Health Ministry,   Harsh Vardhan,  

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