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'Syria's children are its future but it's they who have suffered most'

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Hamish de Bretton-Gordon is a chemical weapons expert and formerly an officer in the British Army commanding the UK’s regiment to deal with chemical weapons defence regiment. Alongside Professor David Nott and Richard Benyon MP, he warns that leaving Syria’s fate in the hands of Vladimir Putin and Bashar al Assad threatens millions. Image: Hamish Read More

'Syria's children are its future but it's them who have suffered most'

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Hamish de Bretton-Gordon is a chemical weapons expert and formerly an officer in the British Army commanding the UK’s regiment to deal with chemical weapons defence regiment. Alongside Professor David Nott and Richard Benyon MP, he warns that leaving Syria’s fate in the hands of Vladimir Putin and Bashar al Assad threatens millions. Image: Hamish Read More

Scientists reveal 'ideal diet' for peoples' and planet's health

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LONDON, Jan 16 (Reuters) – Scientists have unveiled what they say is an ideal diet for the Health of the planet and its people – including a doubling of consumption of nuts, fruits, vegetables and legumes, and a halving of meat and sugar intake. FILE PHOTO: A vendor selects fruit for sale at a market Read More

'Celtic curse' condition more dangerous than previously thought

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Scientists have revealed that the western world’s most common genetic disorder is much more dangerous than previously thought. Haemochromatosis, a Medical condition caused by an overload of iron in the body, may cause high levels of serious disease and disability, according to research. In Ireland, it is known as the “Celtic curse”, although it is Read More

'Celtic curse' condition linked to disease risk

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Scientists have revealed that the western world’s most common genetic disorder is much more dangerous than previously thought. Haemochromatosis, a Medical condition caused by an overload of iron in the body, may cause high levels of serious disease and disability, according to research. In Ireland, it is known as the “Celtic curse”, although it is Read More

John Bogle, millionaire & Warren Buffet's 'hero', who paved way for low-fee investing, dies at 89

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Vanguard Group founder John Bogle has died at the age of 89, his family has confirmed. Bogle is known as a pioneer of low-cost index funds, whose visionary ideas have enabled ordinary Americans to save money through investment. Bogle passed away at his home in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday, The Philly has reported, citing Read More

John Bogle, Vanguard founder and low-cost investing pioneer, dies at 89

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(Reuters) – John Bogle, whose family’s struggles during the Great Depression led him to pioneer low-cost investing and to found Vanguard Group, now the world’s biggest mutual fund firm, died on Wednesday at the age of 89, Vanguard said. FILE PHOTO: Vanguard group founder John Bogle makes a point during an interview at his office Read More

Aussie hospital to treat dying patients with ‘magic mushrooms’ in bid to tackle anxiety

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Terminally ill patients will be treated with ‘magic mushrooms’ at a hospital in Melbourne, Australia, as part of a new Medical trial aimed at reducing anxiety in dying people. It took more than a year for the trial at St Vincent’s Hospital to secure approval from the ethics committee and federal and state authorities. It’s Read More