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NEW YORK (Reuters) - From sidewalk shouting matches to politically fuelled online sniping, tempers showed signs of fraying in some U.S. cities as the nation stepped up its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
NAPLES, Italy (Reuters) - The brother of a woman who died at home after contracting coronavirus had to issue a desperate appeal on social media to persuade Italian authorities to come and collect her body.
It’s one small step, but it’s practically one foot in the door.
Studies have found that there may be an unconscious bias against women that is getting in their way of being diagnosed and treated properly.
BANGKOK: A medical clinic in Bangkok opened here offering free cannabis oil to hundreds of Thais seeking relief from cancer, insomnia and muscle pain as the government drives home the economic and health benefits of their gamble of marijuana.
BANGKOK (AFP): A medical clinic in Bangkok opened Monday (Jan 6) offering free cannabis oil to hundreds of Thais seeking relief from cancer, insomnia and muscle pain as the government drives home the economic and health benefits of their gamble of marijuana.
The festive season brings bad tidings for families of Duterte’s war on drugs victims.
Four re-releases and one free game about an astronaut: modern horror classic Five Nights At Freddy's lands on console while Escape The Ayuwoki continues its legacy with a full Steam release, Where The Water Tastes Like Wine travels from PC to console, Trover Saves The World on Switch after a PlayStation and PC debut earlier in the year, and Planted emerges from a game-making contest.
Although our brain volume decreases with age, there are many ways to ensure that your brain function is at its optimal level.
There has been no change in the Malaysian road traffic fatality rates since 2007, so it’s time to make sure our drivers are certified fit to drive.