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WHO and Global Citizen sign partnership to promote health, fight inequity and address health-related risks of climate change

WHO and international advocacy organization Global Citizen today signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on joint global advocacy initiatives aimed at promoting and protecting health for all people over the next three years. The main objectives of the collaboration will be to support global efforts to overcome the inequities that millions of people face […]

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Madonna’s fans urge her to cancel the tour after an intensive care stay

Madonna has been in intensive care. (Los Angeles Times via Getty Images) Madonna fans are rallying around the star after she spent time in intensive care with a bacterial infection, with many saying she should cancel her upcoming Celebration tour so she can recuperate. The Material Girl’s manager Guy Oseary announced this week that the

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Low carb vs low fat diets? What’s better in middle age?

Share on PinterestExperts recommend diets of lean meats and vegetables in older adults. Mental Art + Design/Stocksy Researchers report that a healthy low-fat diet can lower the risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and early death in middle-aged and older adults. They say a healthy low-carbohydrate diet can slightly lower the risk of early mortality in

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More to keep weight off than just eating right and exercise – FIT Talk With Tania

Photo: Contributed I eat right, exercise and still can’t lose weight. This is something I’ve heard from a lot of people, and, as you can imagine, it can be a huge source of frustration. Making the effort to choose foods you believe to be healthy while avoiding those that aren’t, hitting the gym or making

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Their fetus had a fatal condition, but they couldn’t leave Texas for an abortion : Shots

Samantha Casiano and Luis Villasana and had a baby last week who died shortly after birth. The fatal condition was diagnosed at 20 weeks of pregnancy. When Casiano asked her OB-GYN what her options were, she was told, “You don’t have any options. You have to go on with your pregnancy.” Kelsey Durell hide caption

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Mpox is still a global public health emergency, WHO declares – National

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday said mpox remained a public health emergency of international concern (PHEIC), its highest level of alert, citing continued transmission in some countries. Mpox – which spreads via close contact and tends to cause flu-like symptoms and pus-filled skin lesions – was declared a global health emergency by the

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