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Things health experts wish you knew about anxiety
Anxiety is fairly common — nearly 18 percent of the population has an anxiety disorder. Yet, it's often misunderstood.
Metabolic switching may be key to weight loss, good health
Now that 2020 has arrived and you’re done with partying and binge-eating, we’re sure you’re thinking of the best way to lose the holiday weight. You might also have made a New Year's resolution to get fitter and maintain better diet practices. If you have, then suggestions made by a recent study may be of great interest to you.
Health fears could curb flavor options in e-cigarettes in UK
Vaping companies could be asked to fund research into the health effects of flavored liquids used in e-cigarettes under plans being considered by the UK’s medicines watchdog.
Children refused NHS mental health care for not being unwell enough
Children with mental health problems must be severely unwell before they can get help at NHS trusts across England, an investigation has found.
Are your friends bad for your health?
At the start of a new year, lots of people will resolve to make a healthy lifestyle change.
Oman says Sultan Qaboos is 'stable' amid health scare
Oman's 79-year-old ruler Sultan Qaboos bin Said is in “stable condition” and is following a doctor-prescribed medical treatment, the nation's royal court announced Tuesday, amid days of worried speculation about his health.
Health minister dubs pill-in-pastry ‘matter of security’
Iran’s Health Minister Saeed Namaki said a recent case in which drugs were inserted into some domestic confectionery products, constituted a security matter meant to disturb the general public.
Study highlights high cost of airl pollution on children's health
A new study by researchers at the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health (CCCEH) at Columbia Mailman School of Public Health is the first to compile the estimated per-case costs of six childhood health conditions linked to air pollution — estimates that can be incorporated into benefits assessments of air pollution regulations and climate change mitigation policies. Results appear in the journal Environmental Research.
Climate change hits health, yet funds lacking: WHO
Climate change is harming human health as more people suffer from heat stress, extreme weather and mosquito-borne diseases including malaria, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.
Majority of Indians don't have health cover: Survey
A majority of Indians don’t have health expenditure coverage, a report by the country’s National Statistical Office (NSO), Ministry of Statistics and Program Implementation, has said.
Get your sleep back insomniacs, here’s your solution
The study, published in the journal Neurology, involved 487,200 people in China with an average age of 51. Participants had no history of stroke or heart disease at the beginning of the study.
When you eat may have bigger health effects than what
There's evidence that the old expression "eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper" could use some tweaking. With one important revision, this approach could help not just for better health, but also for losing weight.
UK MPs call for mental health reforms to stop ‘horrific’ detention of young people
Mental health legislation must be overhauled in the UK to stop the “horrific” and inappropriate detention of young people with autism or learning disabilities, MPs have said.
US sanctions threatening Iranians' health: HRW
American sanctions against Iran have drastically constrained the Islamic Republic’s ability to pay for humanitarian imports and are threatening the health rights of Iranians, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday.

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