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Privacy groups warn of perils in smartwatches for kids

Activist and consumer groups fear that smartwatches for kids, instead of keeping children safe, could make them vulnerable to hackers or criminals


Medical students in limbo as young immigrant program ends

CHICAGO – Medical student Alejandra Duran Arreola dreams of becoming an OB-GYN in her home state of Georgia, where there’s a shortage of

Regional pain syndrome and its treatments

by Dr. Surya Raguthu Pain does not feel the same for everyone. Describing your pain clearly will help your doctor or nurse find

Medicare releases Star Ratings for 2018 health and drug plans for Medicare Open Enrollment

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the Star Ratings for the 2018 Medicare health and drug plans. With the release

We know some of the causes of breast cancer. But what’s missing?


by Judith Potts LONDON, 23 October 2017 • We have reached the middle of ‘pink’ October, during which the charities work overtime

Happier marriages linked to healthier hearts: study

PARIS, France | AFP – Men whose marriages grow stronger over the years have healthier cholesterol and blood pressure than peers whose unions

Child obesity grows tenfold since 1975: study

by Mariëtte Le Roux PARIS, France | AFP | 10/23/2017 – The world had 10 times as many obese children and teenagers last

Japan’s ‘living artwork’ invents new fashion style

by Mary-Ann Russon & Griesham Taana TOKYO, Chiba City, Japan – Minori combined Shironuri (which means “painted white”) powdery make-up with vintage clothing

The Essence of Diwali : Light, Listen, Learn, Care

CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK’S ISSUE: Krishna Killed Narakaasur: The Bhagavata Purana tells us about Narakasura, an evil demon king who had managed to

Qatar ‘to introduce’ minimum wage for workers

World Cup 2022 host Qatar, under global scrutiny over its alleged ill-treatment of migrant labourers, is to introduce a minimum wage