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Books, shoes and…mother’s milk? Breast milk is now available online in Germany. It could be a real option for mothers who are unable to nurse. But critics say it could be dangerous for your baby. “I had too much, and just poured the extra down the drain,” says Tanja Müller. Then she had an idea: […]

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When Nimco Ali was 7, she thought her family was going on vacation. They flew from their hometown in Manchester, England, to Djibouti on the Horn of Africa. Ali doesn’t remember the exact location. But she clearly remembers what happened there. The young girl found herself in a dingy room, with a woman dressed in […]

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UCL (University College London) is carrying out a study to investigate health problems affecting migrants in Europe. Since people living away from their home country are more vulnerable to certain health problems, this new study co-led by UCL researchers aims to identify and address the issues that they face accessing healthcare in Europe. The researchers […]

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A Swiss assisted suicide group has expanded its services to help elderly patients who are sick but not terminally ill end their lives, it said Thursday. Exit A.D.M.D., a group that provides assisted suicide in the French-speaking part of Switzerland, officially broadened the scope of who it can help during its general assembly last month, […]

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Fall in love with jogging again by running with others. It takes the pressure off, and you’ll find it easier to achieve your goals. Through an accident of genetics and opportunity I was something of an athlete as a teenager, running the 400m and 800m at school, and completing my first (and, so far, only) marathon by […]

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