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Experts warn of fatty liver disease 'epidemic' in young people
Experts are warning that high levels of fatty liver disease among young people, caused by being overweight, could signal a potential public health crisis.
Experts say China's anti-poverty drive helpful for other countries
China's efforts and success in poverty reduction can help other developing nations, said experts observing the country's ongoing Two Sessions.
Experts: Fund more lab-grown meat to fight climate change
Experts at an influential think tank are calling on EU leaders to back the expansion of more lab-grown meat to enable Europe to help tackle climate change.
Experts call for emergency declaration on Congo's Ebola
An international group of public health experts called on the World Health Organization to convene an emergency committee to consider declaring Congo's Ebola outbreak an international public health emergency.
Experts: Himalayas fading owing to climate change
Not many people are coming forward to save the environment from climate change, which is clearly evident in the Himalayas, Justice Rajiv Sharma of the Punjab and Haryana High Court said.
More over-75s should take statins, experts say
More UK people over the age of 75 should be taking statins, scientists have said, following a review of research.
More over-75s should take statins, experts say
More UK people over the age of 75 should be taking statins, scientists have said, following a review of research.
Aussie experts advice to apply sunscreen everyday for better health
Australia and New Zealand's peak sun health bodies have ramped up their advice on when to use sunscreen, now suggesting Australians apply it everyday to avoid adverse health effects.
Rapidly taking patients off opioids might not be a good idea, experts say
Forcing patients off opioid painkillers could sometimes do more harm than good, international medical experts warn in an open letter to health authorities.
Experts warn of possible measles outbreak in Philippines
Health experts have warned against a possible outbreak of measles in the Philippines, as a disease long under control is fueled by patchy immunization programs and declining trust in vaccines.
Experts say Iran, partners can find ways around sanctions
Only days after the administration of US President Donald Trump restored sanctions against Iran, speculations are emerging among analysts that the country would eventually be able to find ways to dodge them in cooperation with its trading partners.
Healthy living 'is not like flipping a switch,' experts say
A local survey conducted in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, mirrored the results of a US national study released by Parade Magazine, which is included with Sunday’s editions of The Tribune-Democrat: Most people know the importance of a healthy diet and regular activity, but have trouble following experts’ recommendations
Now is the time to get your flu shot, health experts warn
Doctors want as many people as possible to get vaccinated against the flu as quickly as possible in light of last season’s number of deaths.

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