Health


Manchester residents queue to donate blood in aftermath of horror terror attack

Anxious parents who had brought their children to the show crowded the streets outside the building. "We believe the attacker was carrying an improvised explosive device which he detonated causing this atrocity". As a result, the British Transport Police are increasing security at big railway stations and on trains around the country. "If you need a place to crash I live around the corner from Manchester Arena", another wrote.


Strapped UN health agency spends big on travel

Strapped UN health agency spends big on travel

The agency does have a generous $540 million allotment for polio every year. World Health Organization declined to comment on the expense but did note that sometimes Chan's hotel stays are paid for by the host country. World Health Organization said that almost 60 percent of its travel costs were spent on sending outside experts to countries and for representatives from member countries to attend their meetings, according to a press statement issued Sunday.


House passes 'bathroom bill' as an amendment

House passes 'bathroom bill' as an amendment

Passage of the bill could be significant to the state's meetings and events industry, as similar legislation in North Carolina prompted a backlash from the state's hospitality and events industry . Texas' Republican-controlled Legislature originally sought to force transgender people to use most public restrooms corresponding to the gender on their birth certificates.



Will Trump speak of two-states in Bethlehem?

Trump wrote "This was a great honor - peace!" before signing his name in the wall's guest book. Throughout the first few months of his presidency and on the campaign trail, Trump had spoken strongly against the Iran nuclear deal, openly endorsed relocating the USA embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem , turned the United Nations on its head by appointing boldly pro-Israel Ambassador Nikki Haley, and jumped headfirst into attempting to solve the Rubik's Cube of the Israeli-Palestinian ...


One small drink a day increases breast cancer risk, study shows

One small drink a day increases breast cancer risk, study shows

New research suggests that as little as one alcoholic drink per day can increase breast cancer risk, while exercise and a healthful diet lowers the risk. For every 5-point increase in body mass index (BMI), the risk of breast cancer rose by 12 percent, McTiernan said. The report analysed 119 studies, including data on 12 million women and 260,000 cases of breast cancer.



Rent-to-own scheme one of key planks of Lib Dem manifesto

In the face of opinion polls suggesting the Lib Dems are failing to make a breakthrough, Mr Farron urged Britons to follow the lead of French voters who rejected the "two exhausted old parties" to elect President Emmanuel Macron. The party says it will pump an extra £6 billion a year into health and social care through a 1p rise in income tax. It also endorses the Conservatives' policy on banning lettings fees for tenants and calls for the capping of up-front deposits and increasing (but ...