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Research on medical abortion/miscarriage may change international routines

Two scientific studies are expected to form the basis of new international recommendations for the treatment of medical abortions and miscarriages. One of the studies shows that it is possible to replace the clinical follow-up examinations recommended today with medical abortions that include a home pregnancy test. 626 more words

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New Guidelines for Daily Sugar Intake from the WHO

Earlier this month, the WHO (World Health Organization) released new guidelines on free sugar intake for adults and children. It stated that for both adults and children free sugar intake should be limited to 10% of daily energy (caloric) intake. 436 more words

Nutrition

WHO Admits Monsanto's Glyphosate 'Probably' Causes Cancer; Chemical Found In 75% Of Air And Rain Samples

By Ethan A. Huff | Natural News

The chemical industry’s stronghold over many of the world’s largest and most influential regulatory trendsetters appears to be waning after the World Health Organization (WHO), defying the propaganda endorsements of U.S. 649 more words

Depopulation

Russian cancer patients are killing themselves because they can't get pain meds

In Feb. 2014 in Moscow alone, 11 cancer patients committed suicide.

“There’s no end to the pain. It won’t stop the next morning, or tomorrow, or the day after,” whispers Tanya, 29, a Russian cancer patient. 3,630 more words

Belajar dari Sistem Kesehatan Kuba

Cara Kuba dalam mengelola sistem kesehatan yang bermutu dan efektif telah diakui dunia internasional. Bahkan menurut World Health Organization, sistem kesehatan di Kuba harus menjadi teladan bagi seluruh negara. 650 more words

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