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While We Sleep, Our Mind Goes on An Amazing Journey (An Important Article)
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, humans, research, study, sleep, circadian rhythm, sleep deprivation, lifestyle, National Geographic, World Health Organization )

Evelyn
- 204 days ago - nationalgeographic.com
Our floodlit society has made sleep deprivation a lifestyle. But when our circadian rhythm breaks down, recent research has shown, we are at increased risk for illnesses such as diabetes, heart disease, and dementia.
Neoliberalism Is Killing Us: Economic Stress as a Driver of Global Depression and Suicide
Health & Wellness  (tags: mental health, Global study, World Health Organization, (WHO), April 7 World Health Day, depression, suicide, stressors, statistics, Neoliberalism, inequality, poverty, unemployment )

Judy
- 687 days ago - truth-out.org
A new report shows rates of depression increased 18% between 2005 and 2015, now estimated to afflict over 300 million people worldwide. Approximately 800,000 people commit suicide each year. Poverty and unemployment are leading causes.
Mammograms, X-Rays May Boost Breast Cancer Risk By 250%
Health & Wellness  (tags: Women, World Health Organization )

Yvonne
- 3144 days ago - naturalnews.com
(NaturalNews) An International Agency for Research on Cancer study showed that chest X-rays may increase women's chances of developing breast cancer. The study involved 1,600 women with high-risk BRCA1 and 2 gene mutations.
Mexican Schools Close Nationwide Due to Swine Flu
Health & Wellness  (tags: Swine, Flu, Mexico, World Health Organization, United Nations, health, disease, warning )

Susty
- 3586 days ago - us.oneworld.net
Schools, universities, museums, libraries, cinemas, theatres, and churches across Mexico have closed down due to the swine flu epidemic, which continues to spread to other countries.
Designer Focuses on Marketing Adjustable Eyeglasses at $1 a Pair
Health & Wellness  (tags: eyesight, eyeglasses, research, age, World Health Organization, world, poverty, Opticians, goodnews )

Mimi
- 3648 days ago - sciam.com
The Sci Am reports about new hope for more than 153 million people around the world with poor or no eyesight who according to the World Health Organization (WHO), either don't have access to or can't afford vision correction.
   

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