HEALTH | Expert Tips On How To Keep Kids Safe In The Sun This Summer

Do I really need a sunscream that’s especially formulated for babies? It  is especially important to make sure infants are protected, as 25 per cent of our lifetime sun exposure take place before the age of 10, but there’s actually no big difference between baby formulations and adult formulations. When we see products labeled as … Continue reading HEALTH | Expert Tips On How To Keep Kids Safe In The Sun This Summer

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HEALTH | Nordic Walking May Benefit Breast Cancer Patients

Bucharest, Romania – Nordic walking, an aerobic activity performed with walking poles similar to ski poles, may benefit patients with breast cancer, according to a review od existing research. The low-impact exercise improved swelling, physical fitness, disability and quality of life, the study authors conclude in the European Journal of Cancer Care. “The main strategy … Continue reading HEALTH | Nordic Walking May Benefit Breast Cancer Patients

WORLD NEWS | IKEA and the Queen of Sweden Are Designing Homes For People With Dementia

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia - As Sweden’s population ages, the country faces a challenge: how can it maintain support Ikea has one idea. The company is launching a new style of home for dementia patients through BoKlol, a joint venture with Swedish construction company Shanska that makes sustainable and affordable housinh. For the past three decades, … Continue reading WORLD NEWS | IKEA and the Queen of Sweden Are Designing Homes For People With Dementia

BUSINESS| Romania Plans Anti-Obesity Tax On Sugary Drinks

Bucharest, ROMANIA, August 6, 2019 - Romania announced Tuesday pans to levy a tax on sugary soft drinks to combat obesity, following the lead of other European countries such as France. “This tax is aimed at discouraging consumption (of sugary drinks) and increasing public revenues, which could be spent on health and education” the finance … Continue reading BUSINESS| Romania Plans Anti-Obesity Tax On Sugary Drinks

HEALTH | Diabetic Women More Likely To Have Stillborn Baby, Study Finds

Diabetic women are more than four times more likely to have a stillborn baby than those without the condition, a new study has found. Researchers from University of Glasgow looked at the records of nearly 4,000 Scotish diabetic mothers. They found high blood sugar level in pregnant diabetics was a “risk factor” in stillbirths. The … Continue reading HEALTH | Diabetic Women More Likely To Have Stillborn Baby, Study Finds

HEALTH | Hairdressers Are Willing To Help Customers Detect Skin Cancers

Most hair stylists at salons and barber shops may be interested in getting trained to detect skin cancers on the scalp, face and neck, researchers say. Since hairdressers see a customer’s  head and neck skin up close and regularly, they’re able to look for unusual spots or changes that could be melanoma, the study  authors … Continue reading HEALTH | Hairdressers Are Willing To Help Customers Detect Skin Cancers

HELATH | Most Traumatic Brain Injuries In U.S. Kids Linked To Consumer Products

The majority of the more than four million traumatic brain injuries in kids treated in U.S. emergency rooms involved consumer products, a new study suggests. Brain injuries in  younger children were tied to products such as beds and flooring, while injuries in older kids were tied to sports, such as football, basketball and bicycling, researchers … Continue reading HELATH | Most Traumatic Brain Injuries In U.S. Kids Linked To Consumer Products