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World has just months to stop starvation in Yemen, Somalia –...

By Stephanie Nebehay | GENEVA The world has got just three to four months to save millions of people in Yemen and Somalia from starvation,...

Scientists find clues to why binge-drinking causes binge-eating leftright 5/5leftright

Scientists have found that the brain cells in mice that stimulate the urge to eat can be activated by alcohol as well as by...

Companies told to halt production in northern Chinese city in anti-pollution...

HONG KONG About half a dozen listed Chinese companies, mainly in the pharmaceutical sector, have temporarily halted production in China's northern city of Shijiazhuang...

World Toilet Day marked in UN

UNITED NATION:   (Xinhua) -- The United Nations on Friday highlighted the impact of sanitation on the lives of peoples across the world as...

Monster ‘fatberg’ found in east London sewer

LONDON (Reuters) - One of the biggest “fatbergs” ever seen in Britain - a ball of fat as long as three football pitches -...

Britain’s health service in a ‘humanitarian crisis’ – Red Cross

Britain's health service is engulfed in a "humanitarian crisis" that requires the support of the Red Cross to use Land Rovers to transport patients,...

Prince William warns ‘stiff upper lip’ can damage mental health

By Estelle Shirbon | LONDON Prince William has warned British men that keeping a "stiff upper lip" by bottling up emotions was detrimental to mental...

Millions of British children exposed to harmful pollution- UNICEF

LONDON (Reuters) - A third of all children living in Britain, around 4.5 million, live in areas with harmful air pollution, a report by...

British royals join Christmas party for mental health charity’s volunteers

Britain's Prince William, his wife Kate and his brother Harry joined in with a mental healthcharity's Christmas party on Monday, helping to make decorations. The...

Cyber worm attack propels health funding to centre of British election...

By Guy Faulconbridge and Michael Holden | LONDON The most disruptive cyber attack in the history of Britain's National Health Service propelled a debate over...

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