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Japan to recognize indigenous Ainu people for first time
Japan's government introduced a bill on Friday to recognize the country's ethnic Ainu minority as an ‘indigenous’ people for the first time, after decades of discrimination against the group.
Too many older British people given 'antidepressants instead of therapy'
GPs in the UK are giving too many older people antidepressants when they are struggling with depression, and should prescribe talking therapies far more often, according to a new research.
Study: England's national parks out of reach for poorer people
From Exmoor to Northumberland, the country’s poorest people are being denied access to England’s most beautiful countryside and missing out on the mental and physical health benefits that can result, research found.
Black people more likely to die from asthma than any other race
Racial, environmental and economic problems continue to widen disparities in negative asthma outcomes for people in the US — with black being more likely to die of complications from the condition than other racial and ethnic groups — according to new research.
How music helps connect people living with dementia
When Eileen Pegg developed dementia in 2015, she became very anxious and easily agitated.
Most English people live with illegal air pollution
Over 60 percent of people in England live in areas with illegal levels of air pollution, according to new analysis by the Labour party.
Up to 319 people dead as Congo Ebola outbreak worsens
One of the deadliest Ebola outbreaks in history continues to worsen in the Democratic Republic of Congo with as many as 319 people now dead.
Study: Rare Neanderthal DNA fragments give some people differently shaped brains
Interbreeding with Neanderthals thousands of years ago has given some humans alive today more elongated brains, according to a new study.
Over 800,000 people at risk of starvation in Mozambique
Over 800,000 people were at a risk of starvation in Mozambique, the National Institute for Calamities Management (INGC) said.
Fewer British young people in treatment for drugs yet more admit to use
The number of young people in treatment for drug abuse in England has fallen for the ninth successive year, despite a rise in the proportion who admit to using drugs.
31% of Korean elderly people land low-wage jobs after retirement
Thirty-one percent of people aged 65 or older held low-wage jobs, such as cleaners or security guards for flats, last year after their retirement, a report said on Monday.
At least 320,000 homeless people in Britain, says Shelter
At least 320,000 people are homeless in Britain, according to research by the housing charity Shelter.
Two in five people in UK with learning disabilities not diagnosed in childhood
Two out of five people in the UK with learning disabilities are not diagnosed in childhood and, even if they are, they will likely die before they collect their pension, according to a study commissioned by the National Health Service (NHS).

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