Arizona mom inspects and records filthy conditions at fast-food playlands

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Developmental psychologist and mother, Erin Carr-Jordan, has made a shocking discovery of what is really lurking in children’s playlands. There is a lack of state/local regulation that is resulting in potentially deadly conditions for our children.

 

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Bad driving a disease and can be cured Chinese doctor says

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Dr. Jin Huiqing says you can treat bad driving like a disease you can diagnose before the driver even gets near a car.

Someone is killed in traffic every five minutes in China and one entrepreneurial doctor has an unusual approach for making roads safer.  He says to treat bad driving like a disease you can diagnose before the driver even getting near a car.

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Alzheimer’s disease could cause a global cash crunch say experts

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People living with incurable dementia will reach reach 115 million by 2050 worldwide.

Experts believe as people begin to live to 100 Alzheimer’s disease could cause a global cash crunch in coming generations and must be considered a serious fiscal danger.

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Two thirds of deaths in the world are caused by cancer, diabetes, heart and lung disease

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The rapidly increasing magnitude of noncommunicable diseases is fueled by rising risk factors including tobacco use, unhealthy diet, and lack of physical activity.

Almost two-thirds of deaths in the world are caused by noncommunicable diseases such as cancer, diabetes and heart and lung disease which are rapidly increasing at a cost to the global economy of trillions of dollars, according to U.N. estimates and preliminary results of a new study.

 

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Smoking Death Toll Could Reach 8 Million a Year by 2030

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Tobacco will kill 6 million people this year.

Nearly six million people, including 600,000 non-smokers, will die this this year from tobacco. Governments are not doing enough to persuade people to quit or protect others from second-hand smoke, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

 

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Drinking Up to Five Cups of Coffee a Day Lowers Breast Cancer Risk

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Women can drink up to five cups of coffee daily to stave off the disease

Drinking up to five cups of coffee daily can protect women from developing oestrogen-receptor negative breast cancer.  This type of breast cancer is one of the most aggressive forms of the disease, says a new study.

 

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200 Million Chinese Workers in Danger of Occupational Disease

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Health officer talks to factory workers.

The biggest danger to Chinese workers is not workplace accidents, but occupational disease.  There are potentially 200 million workers in China that are under the threat of contracting an occupational disease according to a senior trade union official.

 

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Collapse of the Honeybee Population Could be Linked to Pesticides

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Even tiny doses of ‘neonicotinoids’ made the insects more susceptible to disease.

Pesticides are making honey bees far more susceptible to disease, according to new research than links a new group of chemicals to the recent collapse in the bee population.   The US research, revealed in a new film about the disappearance of bees, found even tiny doses of ‘neonicotinoids’ made the insects more susceptible to disease.

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Watching More Than Four Hours of TV a Day Damages Your Heart Even If You Are Fit

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The chance of heart disease and premature death from any cause soars for those spending more than four hours a day watching TV.

Watching too much television or playing computer games damages your heart regardless of how much exercise you do, scientists have warned. The risk of heart disease and premature death from any cause doubled for those spending more than fours hours a day glued to a screen, it was claimed.

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Sex Everyday Keeps Diseases Away!

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There are several other reasons why you need to have sex more often.
If you thought that the only benefit of sex was, well, pleasure, here’s some news for you. Making love is good for adults. And making love regularly is even better. Not only does it help you sleep well, relieve stress and burn calories, there are also several other reasons why you need to have sex more often.

 

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South Korea Training Children as Dementia Supporters in One of the World’s Fastest Aging Countries

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High school students in Seoul, South Korea assist a woman with dementia at a nursing home.

They were stooped, hobbled, disoriented, fumbling around the house. They got confused in the bathtub and struggled up stairs that seemed to swim before them.

 

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Doctors Warn There Could Be a Resurgence of Rickets Among Couch Potato Kids

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Rickets had vanished from most parts of the world but could see a resurgence.

Rickets is a disease that had for the most part vanished in most parts of the world, but now doctors are warning that it may be seeing a resurgence within some ethnic groups. The culprit is a lack of Vitamin D, which doctors warn is caused by kids not spending enough time outside.

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