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Motor racing-<strong>Schumacher</strong> has made progress, says doctor

Motor racing-Schumacher has made progress, says doctor

24 Oct 2014

Paris: A doctor who treated Michael Schumacher after his skiing accident has said the seven times Formula One champion has made progress but his recovery could still take years."I have observed some progress but I would say we have to  give him time," Jean-Francois Payen told on Thursday."

Michael Schumacher ,   Formula One champion,   Jean-Francois Payen,   Skiing accident,   Grenoble hospital,  
Canada Parliament gunman had troubled past; planned to visit Syria

Canada Parliament gunman had troubled past; planned to visit Syria

24 Oct 2014

Ottawa/Montreal/Vancouver: The gunman who killed a soldier in Ottawa and then raced through Canada's parliament before being shot dead was a misfit and perhaps mentally ill, according to police, his friends and family.

Canadian Parliament attacker,   Zehaf-Bibeau,   Canada shooting,   Canada,   Syria,   Ottawa,   gunman killed soldier in Canada,   Michael Zehaf-Bibeau,  
First case of Ebola confirmed in Mali: <strong>Health</strong> Ministry

First case of Ebola confirmed in Mali: Health Ministry

24 Oct 2014

Bamako: Mali's health ministry has said the country had its first confirmed case of Ebola after a two-year-old girl who had recently been in Guinea tested positive for the virus.

Ebola,   Ebola Mali,   Health Ministry,   ebola virus,   deadly diseases,   ,  
India's first fish hospital to come up in Kolkata

India's first fish hospital to come up in Kolkata

24 Oct 2014

Kolkata: The country's first hospital to treat abnormalities and diseases in fish is set to come up in Kolkata by mid-2015, a senior scientist said. Senior scientist T J Abraham, who is spearheading the project told that the work has already started on the project.

First Fish Hospital,   West Bengal,   Senior Scientist TJ Abraham,   World Animal Health Organisation,   Indian Council of Agricultural Research,   Union Ministry of Agriculture,   ,  
Ebola still of 'great concern' in west Africa epicentre: WHO

Ebola still of 'great concern' in west Africa epicentre: WHO

24 Oct 2014

Geneva : Top Ebola experts raised grave concerns about the worsening epidemic in west Africa as the number of infections soared to almost 10,000 and the death toll edged closer to 4,900. The World Heath Organization said after an emergency meeting on the deadly haemorrhagic fever that the situation in the worst-hit countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone "remains of great concern" as cases increase exponentially.

World Health Organisation,   Ebola Virus,   Ebola Attack,   West Africa,   WHO Deputy Chief,   Keji Fukuda,  
Light drinking sharpens memory for people above sixty

Light drinking sharpens memory for people above sixty

23 Oct 2014

New York: Research shows that if you are above 60, having a drink or two could sharpen your memory. A team of researchers found that for people, aged 60 and above, who do not have dementia, light alcohol consumption during late life is associated with higher episodic memory - the ability to recall memories of events.

Light drinking,   sharp memory,   people above 60,   health,   study,   research,  
Eating fruit and vegetables makes you happy

Eating fruit and vegetables makes you happy

22 Oct 2014

Sydney: Australian researchers said on Wednesday that eating large amounts of fruit and vegetables can make you happier.

fruit,   vegetables,   happy,   physical health,   mental health,  
Number of Ebola cases nears 10,000: WHO

Number of Ebola cases nears 10,000: WHO

23 Oct 2014

Geneva: The number of people with Ebola is set to hit 10,000 in West Africa, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said, as the scramble to find a cure gathered pace.

Number of Ebola cases,   Ebola,   WHO,   West Africa,   World Health Organisation,   Guinea,   Liberia,   Sierra Leone,  
How risky behaviour emerges among teens?

How risky behaviour emerges among teens?

23 Oct 2014

New York: Children who show poor decision-making skills at age 10 or 11 are more likely to indulge in high-risk health behaviour during their teenage years, says a study.

poor decision-making skills,   children,   risky behaviour,   teens,   high-risk health behaviour ,  
Non-smokers face major <strong>health</strong> risks in smoking homes

Non-smokers face major health risks in smoking homes

22 Oct 2014

London: Living with smokers is as bad as living in homes in heavily polluted cities such as Beijing or London, researchers said. Moving to a smoke-free home could have major health benefits for non-smokers, they noted.

Non-smokers face,   health risks,   smoking homes,   smoking,   smoke,  

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