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Beauty is Wellness

BEAUTY IS WELLNESS

Amy Galper, founder and executive director of the New York Institute of Aromatherapy, shares the essence of this ancient and powerful...

Heart protecting gene found in Greek villagers

HEART PROTECTING GENE FOUND IN GREEK VILLAGERS

Villagers in northern Crete have low cases of heart disease despite their fatty diet. Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute researchers found...

 
 
 
Learning to read rewires the brain in just six months

LEARNING TO READ REWIRES THE BRAIN IN JUST SIX MONTHS

Researchers from the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig, Germany, found reading causes the brain to completely reorganise itself. The...

 
 
 
Appellate judges won't release Wilkerson while awaiting appeal

APPELLATE JUDGES WON'T RELEASE WILKERSON WHILE AWAITING APPEAL

The extended visiting hours for Memorial Day weekend at Federal Correction Institution Marianna probably won't be much consolidation...

 
 
 
Trump's budget proposal will radically slow job growth in coming years

TRUMP'S BUDGET PROPOSAL WILL RADICALLY SLOW JOB GROWTH IN COMING YEARS

REUTERS/Brian Snyder Today, the Trump administration published their full budget request for fiscal year 2018. The budget is basically...

Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village and California Health Support Global Wellness Day 2017

FOUR SEASONS HOTEL WESTLAKE VILLAGE AND CALIFORNIA HEALTH SUPPORT GLOBAL WELLNESS DAY 2017

Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village, a leader in luxury wellness travel, and on-site comprehensive health and wellness centre California...

 
 
 
7 factors that could make a lower salary a better deal

7 FACTORS THAT COULD MAKE A LOWER SALARY A BETTER DEAL

Flickr/Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design Money is often on our minds - how to get more of it so we can cover bills...

Ovarian cancer: Possible advantage of high blood pressure

OVARIAN CANCER: POSSIBLE ADVANTAGE OF HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

Women with a specific type of ovarian cancer seemed to benefit from having a hypertension diagnosis, according to research by epidemiologists...

 
 
 
New Online Game Invites Public to Help Fight Alzheimer's

NEW ONLINE GAME INVITES PUBLIC TO HELP FIGHT ALZHEIMER'S

Stall Catchers is a new game available online to the public and it's being used to research Alzheimer's disease. The game was developed...

ACR DATA SCIENCE INSTITUTE TO GUIDE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE USE IN MEDICAL IMAGING

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S&P just cut the credit ratings of 23 Australian financial institutions over property market risk

S&P JUST CUT THE CREDIT RATINGS OF 23 AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS OVER PROPERTY MARKET RISK

Credit ratings agency Standard & Poors has cut the ratings of 23 Australian financial institutions including AMP, Bendigo and Adelaide...

Almost 160 tons of institutional meals recalled for bad water

ALMOST 160 TONS OF INSTITUTIONAL MEALS RECALLED FOR BAD WATER

Correctional Industries, which supplies the Washington state Department of Corrections and senior citizen nutrition programs, is recalling...

 
 
 
Could Seattle's Life Science Expertise Support Clean Meat Industry?

COULD SEATTLE'S LIFE SCIENCE EXPERTISE SUPPORT CLEAN MEAT INDUSTRY?

The Pacific Northwest has the ingredients and the recipes for innovation in animal-free meats and proteins-but entrepreneurs and investors...

Eating nuts reduces the risk of dying from bowel cancer

EATING NUTS REDUCES THE RISK OF DYING FROM BOWEL CANCER

Researchers from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston also revealed that eating nuts prevents colon cancer from returning by...

 
 
 
Infertility in older women explained by scientists

INFERTILITY IN OLDER WOMEN EXPLAINED BY SCIENTISTS

Researchers from Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute and University College London have discovered insufficient protein levels may...

 
 
 
China's use of pirated software left it vulnerable to the WannaCry ransomware attack

CHINA'S USE OF PIRATED SOFTWARE LEFT IT VULNERABLE TO THE WANNACRY RANSOMWARE ATTACK

Reuters/Stringer According to China's official state TV broadcaster, cited by the New York Times, about 40,000 institutions were hit...