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Breastfeeding reduces long-term risk of heart disease in mothers
Women who breastfed their babies are less likely to develop heart disease later in life, according to findings to be presented in Lyon, at the European Society of Endocrinology annual meeting, ECE 2019.
China to share primary health care experience during WHA: official
During the upcoming World Health Assembly (WHA), China will share its decades' experience and lessons in providing the people with primary health care service, which in its essence has centered around a host of people's-health-first policies and measures, the Chinese delegation to WHA said in Geneva.
Chinese cities see improving air quality in April
Most Chinese cities saw improvements in air quality in April, according to the country’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment.
Extinction Rebellion urges ad industry to use its power for good
Environmental activists Extinction Rebellion have turned their fire on the advertising industry in a public letter, encouraging it to use its expertise in manipulating public opinion for good or risk mass public protests against it.
Malaysia drafts tougher penalties for offenses that harm environment
Stiffer penalties of up to a RM5 million (S$1.6 million) fine will be imposed for environmental offenses under a new act that is currently being drafted.
NHS England loses 6,000 mental health nurses in 10 years
The number of mental health nurses in England has slumped by more than a tenth over the past decade, new figures have revealed.
130,000 trees to be planted in English cities and towns
More than 130,000 trees are to be planted in English towns and cities over the next two years as part of the nation’s battle against global heating.
China to share primary health care experience during WHA: official
During the upcoming World Health Assembly (WHA), China will share its decades' experience and lessons in providing the people with primary health care service, which in its essence has centered around a host of people's-health-first policies and measures, the Chinese delegation to WHA said in Geneva.
Persistent cough could be a sign of lung cancer
Lung cancer symptoms include having a cough that won’t go away, unexplained weight loss and severe chest pain. But you could also be at risk of the disease if you have this distinctive cough. How long should you wait before seeing a doctor?
Sudan dispatched 600 militiamen, mostly minors, to Yemen in April: Report
Sudan has dispatched scores of militiamen, most of them under the age of 18, to fight alongside Saudi-led military forces against Yemen's Houthi Ansarullah fighters, a report says.
Boris Johnson clear favorite to become next UK PM: poll
A new poll has shown that former British foreign minister Boris Johnson is the clear favorite to replace Prime Minister Theresa May as she is due to announce her resignation timetable early next month.
2 guards killed in suspected Daesh attack outside Libya oilfield
Two guards were killed and four others were kidnapped early on Saturday in a suspected Daesh attack targeting Libya's Zella oilfield, a security source said.
Royal Mail restores Iran services: Tehran’s envoy to UK
Iran’s ambassador to the United Kingdom Hamid Baeidinejad has said that Britain’s top posting service company the Royal Mail has restored its operations to the destination of Iran.
Head of Austria's far-right FPOe steps down over alleged corruption scandal
Austrian Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache, a key figure of the European far-right, has resigned after explosive revelations from a hidden camera sting, just days before key European Union (EU) elections.
Australian PM Morrison celebrates unexpected victory
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has celebrated election victory while the opposition leader conceded an unexpected defeat.

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