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Food insecurity will now feel insecured!

Lets leave the veg and non-veg debate, shall we? Confusions and debates are bound to happen when its discussed globally ...

STORY URL: Scientists to cook world's first in-vitro beef burger
LONDON (Reuters) - A corner of west London will see culinary and scientific history made on Monday when scientists cook and serve up the world's first lab-grown beef burger.The in-vitro burger, cu...

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Shall we blame U.S. Health Care?

Peter A. Muenning, assistant professor of Columbia University, wrote an article about the reasons for U.S. relatively lower improvement ...

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Reducing workplace absence

In July Worksafe Australia published the National Return to Work Survey 2013 and Alex Collie from the Institute for Safety ...

STORY URL: What's behind our failure to return more injured people to work?
A recently released report by SafeWork Australia shows that there has been no improvement in our national return-to-work rates for the past 15 years.Despite substantial growth in the international...

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People are living healthier for longer

We all know that we live longer than the previous generations. Issues around longevity have been in the center of ...

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Changing the norm, rewriting the rules

South African social and serial entrepreneur Vuyisa Qabaka shares his hope that humanity embraces a socially charged mindest. Among many ...

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Universal health care - India

I have been reading a lot about various Government sponsored health schemes and how successful they are in bringing relief ...

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Climate change and conflict

Scientists from lots of disciplines looking at lots of cases find 'remarkable' support for the view that human conflict increases ...

STORY URL: Quantifying the Influence of Climate on Human Conflict
http://www.sciencemag.org/content/early/2013/07/31/science.1235367

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Aids and the generations in South Africa

Because so many young parents are dying of Aids in South Africa, it is very often grandma who is left ...

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After penicillin

Alexander Fleming's discovery of Penicillin in 1928 has helped drive longer, better lives for all of us. In the past ...

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As glaciers retreat - what can be done?

Christoph Bissig is a ski patroller on Mount Titlis, a glacier location in central Switzerland that sees skiing year round ...

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Traffic stucks

The mobility in and around larger cities faces almost every day collapses. A solution has not been identified. The additional ...

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Mountain biking longevity

While mountain biking this morning at 6:15am along "the ridge" single track trail, which is both ...

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Social care users and funding of care

Service users have not been adequately involved in discussions about the future funding of social care, yet they are the ...

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Australian baby boomers and retirement

Up to 40% of baby-boomers do not know when they would like to retire or when they expect to retire ...

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