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10 terrible 'cuisine intrigues' of McDonald's

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Rather dubious McDonald’s food chain makes its clients to choose between tasty and healthy food. 700 snackbars turned out to have been closed so far because of not being able to pay the way. But even such problems do not impede McDonald’s getting billions of profit. At the same time the components used in its cuisine terrify even the US National Institutes of Health. Acrylamide is contained... 

Innovative therapy in the treatment of various cancers discovered in Portugal

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Molecule patented by the University of Coimbra for innovative therapy in the treatment of various types of cancer reveals the desired efficacy Various studies and experiments conducted on mice, between 2011 and 2014, have proven the effectiveness of the molecule Redaporfin, discovery of the Universidade de Coimbra (UC) for treating various types of cancer by photodynamic therapy, an innovative therapy... 

NHS unveils plans for emergency targets

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The National Health Service (NHS) in England has unveiled new plans to ensure patients requiring urgent care are seen within four hours. The drive is aimed remedying the NHS failure to meet its target for dealing with 95% of Accidents and Emergency (A&E) patients within four hours last winter. NHS plans to ensure the time frame by creating better links between Primary Care Trusts and Hospitals. The... 

Accidental discovery could cure cancer

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A 3-D view of the mesh: microtubules (green tubes) of the mitotic spindle are held together by a yellow network, the mesh. (Warwick Medical School). Scientists have accidentally discovered a cell structure which may prove helpful in the understanding of cancer development. A group of researchers from the University of Warwick discovered “the mesh” and recently published their findings on the online... 

Russia wants to Ban Coca-Cola and Pepsi to retaliate against Western Sanctions

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09/01/1992 A Coca Cola shop. The head of Russia’s Party of Pensioners is urging sanctions against the Coca-Cola and PepsiCo claiming the soda giants are major sponsors of anti-Russian politicians in US and that the move would boost domestic producers of soft drinks. “In support of the president’s and government’s actions regarding the countersanctions we suggest restricting imports of products... 

Public health crisis looms in Yemen

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Dengue Fever has broken out in Yemen, a country already severely affected by civil strife and the ensuing interruptions in supply routes, safe passage to hospitals, healthcare centers and doctors’ surgeries. Thousands of people are affected by the mosquito-borne virus in a country whose healthcare system is on the verge of collapse. Dengue Fever Dengue Fever is a severe illness which has no... 

Body of Doctor Who Linked Vaccines To Autism Found Floating in River

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Dr. Jeff Bradstreet helped families whose children were believed to have been damaged by immunizations. A prominent autism researcher and vaccine opponent was found dead floating in a North Carolina river last week under what many are calling suspicious circumstances. A fisherman found the body of Dr. James Jeffery Bradstreet in the Rocky Broad River in Chimney Rock, North Carolina, last Friday afternoon. “Bradstreet... 

Obese Americans outnumber those who are only overweight

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Americans who qualify as obese now outnumber those who are considered merely overweight, according to a new study. The figures also show that 67 percent of women and 75 percent of men in US are suffering from weight problems. The report, published by researchers from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, studied data from more than 15,000 men and women aged 25 or older of a nationally... 

150 Food Companies, Restaurants, Hospitals, and Drug Companies to Phase out Antibiotics

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Three-hundred and fifty federal government cafeterias will enjoy ‘low-antibiotic’ food starting at the beginning of 2016, and during a White House summit on antibiotic use last week, voluntary pledges from 150 food processors, restaurant chains, hospitals, and drug companies vowing to phase out the use of meat from animals treated regularly with antibiotics will change the food landscape for the... 

French Minister Asks Stores to Stop Selling Monsanto's Round Up

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French Environment and Energy Minister Ségolène Royal is sending a clear message to Monsanto – biotech maker responsible for Round Up chemicals, and the target of a class action lawsuit in California, soon to be the taken to the US Federal Court. Royal made the pronouncement this past Sunday that the weed killer Round Up should not be sold in garden shops since it is potentially harmful to human... 

McDonald’s to close 700 locations as global sales slide

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McDonald’s will close 700 restaurants worldwide this year for the first time in four decades. Faced with declining sales and increased market competition, the company says it also intends to streamline management positions. In the US, the closings will be a mix of franchises and company-owned restaurants, McDonald’s spokesperson Becca Hary told the Associated Press. She said the closings are part... 

UK experts warn against growing steroid use

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The number of men using anabolic steroids in Britain is reaching staggering proportions. According to the Crime Survey for England and Wales, just under 60,000 people a year take steroids. However those working with steroid users say the number is significantly higher. Professor Julian Baker from the University of the West of Scotland is an expert in steroid use and thinks the number of steroid users... 

South Korea pledges $45.2 million to fight MERS as death toll reaches 19

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South Korea has reported three more fatalities from the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), bringing the death toll to 19 in an outbreak that began in May. South Korea’s Health Ministry on Tuesday also confirmed four new cases, bringing to 154 the total number of confirmed cases. According to the ministry, 17 of the 154 people have also been cured and released from hospital. Meanwhile, 16 of... 

US food manufacturers to be allowed not to include GMO content in products

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According to a new voluntary certification program of the US Department of Agriculture, food manufacturers will be allowed to add a label that does not mention GMOs in foods. This is evidenced by a leaked internal document that the Associated Press obtained, Pravda.Ru reports. The move has been widely interpreted as an attempt to head off a growing movement for mandatory labeling of GMO ingredients. The... 

South Korea MERS outbreak kills 14th patient, more cases expected

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As South Korea reported its 14th fatality from an outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), in addition to the 12 new cases, the World Health Organization warned the “large and complex” outbreak will cost more lives. “Because the outbreak has been large and is complex, more cases should be anticipated,” Keiji Fukuda, who is leading a WHO team, told a news conference in Sejong, South... 
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