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Cancer-stricken British tech boss died aged 43 just months after he set up children’s charity

The millionaire British tech tycoon behind Nutmeg who set up a children’s charity has sadly died aged 43 following his battle with terminal bone cancer, it emerged today. Nick Hungerford had Ewing sarcoma – a rare type of cancer – with 30 tumors across his body, and had endured frequent chemotherapy or radiotherapy. The married

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Iron deficiency is often missed in young women, girls, research finds

An underdiagnosed deficiency of an essential mineral may contribute to fatigue, brain fog and concentration problems in almost 1 in 4 adolescent girls and young women in the United States. Almost 40% of American teenage girls and young women have low levels of iron, an important mineral needed to make blood cells red, a study

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Calgary sky filled with smoke; health, fire officials urge caution

Many Calgary residents woke up Tuesday to a dark sky, even after sunrise, and the choking smell of smoke, as the devastating effect of wildfires elsewhere in the province has blown south. Some experts urged caution for areas affected by an Air Quality Health Index of 10+, the highest possible rating. The Calgary Fire Department

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Harvard Chan School’s Christopher Golden receives grant to strengthen public health systems through artificial intelligence | News

May 5, 2023—Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health’s Christopher Golden is among the recipients of the National Science Foundation (NSF)’s recent $140 million investment million in artificial intelligence (AI) research, development, and implementation. He will co-lead a project aimed at strengthening the public health system in Madagascar through AI tools. The project will fall

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David Moyes was unhappy with ‘disrespectful’ VAR after West Ham lost to Liverpool

Moyes angrily confronted Chris Kavanagh on the field at full-time after the referee decided not to award a penalty when Thiago’s arm hit the ball as he challenged Danny Ings in the box. The Hammers boss was convinced VAR Neil Swarbrick should have at least told Kavanagh to review the incident on the pitchside monitor.

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