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What is National Sickie Day and what are the most common reasons for taking time off work? What is National Sickie Day and what are the most common reasons for taking time off work?

What is National Sickie Day and what are the most common reasons for taking time off work?

By 2 months ago

Now that the blue month of January has been and gone, one may assume that the arrival of February would bring with it a sea of optimism and vigour. However, this assumption may not ring true for everybody, especially at the beginning of the month. National Sickie Day falls on the first Monday of February. Download…

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Sports shops putting runners at increased risk of injury with ‘unqualified advice’, surgeon warns Sports shops putting runners at increased risk of injury with ‘unqualified advice’, surgeon warns

Sports shops putting runners at increased risk of injury with ‘unqualified advice’, surgeon warns

By 2 months ago

Sports shops are putting runners at increased risk of injury by giving “unqualified advice” when selling trainers and insoles, a knee surgeon has claimed. Amir Qureshi said retailers may unwittingly be putting customers at risk by claiming to provide detailed in-store assessments about limb movement — known as gait analysis. Many sports shops now offer…

Cervical cancer ‘could be eliminated’ by vaccine and improved screening Cervical cancer ‘could be eliminated’ by vaccine and improved screening

Cervical cancer ‘could be eliminated’ by vaccine and improved screening

By 2 months ago

Cervical cancer has the potential to be eliminated thanks to upgraded screening and jabs for children, NHS experts say. The health service has completed its rollout of a new screening method which sees cervical samples first checked for the human papilloma virus (HPV). HPV causes almost all cases of cervical cancer and can also cause…

Good poll news for Trump Good poll news for Trump

Good poll news for Trump

By 2 months ago

A COUPLE OF THINGS THAT DON’T REALLY MATTER, BUT COULD BE KIND OF FUN … TODAY is 02/02/2020 — a palindrome . … Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow — but who cares, because a rodent doesn’t determine the change in seasons.TRUMP HAS STRENGTHENED … NEW NBC/WSJ POLL, by WSJ’s Aaron Zitner: “The poll ……

Wuhan pneumonia: Mystery China virus is from same family as Sars, scientists say Wuhan pneumonia: Mystery China virus is from same family as Sars, scientists say

Wuhan pneumonia: Mystery China virus is from same family as Sars, scientists say

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A mystery respiratory illness in a Chinese city could be caused by a new virus from the same family as Sars, experts have said. Nearly 60 people have fallen ill with a new strain of viral pneumonia in Wuhan, which had raised fears of another deadly severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars) outbreak. A new member of the…

PATRICK’s Bay State swing — BAKER to roll out budget plan — NEAL says infrastructure bill could happen PATRICK’s Bay State swing — BAKER to roll out budget plan — NEAL says infrastructure bill could happen

PATRICK’s Bay State swing — BAKER to roll out budget plan — NEAL says infrastructure bill could happen

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GOOD MORNING, MASSACHUSETTS. PATRICK’S BAY STATE SWING — With the Iowa and New Hampshire contests looming, Deval Patrick will rally his supporters at the Prince Hall Grand Lodge in Dorchester tonight. Advertisement The event comes days after the former governor announced six additions to his Massachusetts campaign team. Patrick’s national campaign is based here in…

‘I felt I had failed as a woman’: Five women share how being diagnosed with cervical cancer affected their fertility and sex lives ‘I felt I had failed as a woman’: Five women share how being diagnosed with cervical cancer affected their fertility and sex lives

‘I felt I had failed as a woman’: Five women share how being diagnosed with cervical cancer affected their fertility and sex lives

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Every year, around 3,000 new cases of cervical cancer are reported in the UK. Despite approximately 99.8 per cent of cases being preventable, there are still many misconceptions surrounding cervical cancer. Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, an annual campaign led by Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, runs from Monday 20 to Sunday 26 January. Each day, The Independent will be…

What are the laws for sperm donation in the UK? What are the laws for sperm donation in the UK?

What are the laws for sperm donation in the UK?

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A recent report published in the Journal of Medical Ethics has argued that doctors should be able to take sperm from men who have passed away if they have consented to becoming post-mortem donors. The authors state that doing so is “both feasible and morally permissible”, as it may help to ensure that “sufficient quantities…

Our Health Is in the Toilet and Tech Has No Clue How to Help Our Health Is in the Toilet and Tech Has No Clue How to Help

Our Health Is in the Toilet and Tech Has No Clue How to Help

By 2 months ago

There are a number of overarching health problems that we, as a society, are currently up against. The opioid crisis remains in full swing, rates of loneliness are on the rise, basic healthcare is priced like a luxury item, and we still haven’t really dealt with vaping yet. These are the kinds of glaring issues…

Short-lived lame duck shenanigans Short-lived lame duck shenanigans

Short-lived lame duck shenanigans

By 2 months ago

Good Wednesday morning! Yesterday I found what appeared to be one of those only-in-lame-duck bills. A year and a half after Assemblyman John McKeon withdrew a bill to allow some politicians to beef up their pensions — specifically, Assemblyman Ralph Caputo (D-Essex), but likely some others as well — Assemblywoman Cleopatra Tucker introduced that very…

Murphy to call for ethics package in State of the State Murphy to call for ethics package in State of the State

Murphy to call for ethics package in State of the State

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Good Tuesday morning! It’s time for the governor’s second State of the State address, and POLITICO can tell you that the governor will call for a new ethics reform package.Advertisement “In the coming weeks, I will propose a series of ethics reforms to, among other things, strengthen financial disclosures, tighten pay-to-play requirements, expand transparency, and…

Are phones affecting our relationship with our children? Are phones affecting our relationship with our children?

Are phones affecting our relationship with our children?

By 2 months ago

Many young people spend significantly more time using screens than is recommended by health professionals. Excessive screen time has been blamed for several ills, including obesity and poor mental health. To mitigate these negative effects, we need to understand the things that encourage children to spend lots of time in front of a screen. Children…

Pax’s latest vape has USB-C and uses smart weed pods Pax’s latest vape has USB-C and uses smart weed pods

Pax’s latest vape has USB-C and uses smart weed pods

By 2 months ago

Pax is releasing an updated version of its Era vaporizer with new smart features that are meant to make vaping feel safer at a time when weed vapes have been linked to lung injuries and deaths. For buyers, it’s also supposed to offer a better vaping experience, with automated temperature controls and pods that can…

How Amazon escapes liability for the riskiest products on its site How Amazon escapes liability for the riskiest products on its site

How Amazon escapes liability for the riskiest products on its site

By 2 months ago

Wendy Weintraub was always careful not to leave appliances plugged in, just in case. But around two years ago, she was getting ready for work by blow-drying her hair when she noticed smoke and the smell of burning. Soon, she saw something shoot out from the end of the hair dryer and onto the floor.…

O’Scanlon is 21st vote for vaccine bill O’Scanlon is 21st vote for vaccine bill

O’Scanlon is 21st vote for vaccine bill

By 2 months ago

I don’t envy state Sen. Declan O’Scanlon’s staffers right now. At least not the one who has to answer the phone at his office. O’Scanlon (R-Monmouth) yesterday became a yes vote on the bill to eliminate the student religious exemption for vaccines, after its sponsors agreed to amend it so that private and religious schools…

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