A new strain of a well-known probiotic might offer help for infants’ intestinal problems — ScienceDaily


[ad_1] Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus GG, or LGG, is the most studied probiotic bacterium in the world. However, its features are not perfect, as it is unable to utilise the milk carbohydrate lactose or break down the milk protein casein. This is why the bacterium grows poorly in milk and why it has to be separately added […]

Knowing how many people live and thrive at high altitude key for researchers — ScienceDaily


[ad_1] New findings detailing the world’s first-of-its-kind estimate of how many people live in high-altitude regions, will provide insight into future research of human physiology. Dr. Joshua Tremblay, a postdoctoral fellow in UBC Okanagan’s School of Health and Exercise Sciences, has released updated population estimates of how many people in the world live at a […]

People of color hardest hit by air pollution from nearly all sources — ScienceDaily


[ad_1] Various studies show that people of color are disproportionately exposed to air pollution in the United States. However, it was unclear whether this unequal exposure is due mainly to a few types of emission sources or whether the causes are more systemic. A new study that models peoples’ exposure to air pollution — resolved […]

Coronavirus: Four-month-old kitten in the UK is put down after catching Covid from its owner


[ad_1] A kitten had to be put down after catching Covid from its owner during the UK’s first wave, scientists have revealed. The cat was a four-month-old Ragdoll that got taken to the vet in April 2020 because it was struggling to breathe.  Its condition got worse in the following days and the kitten had […]

Reduced emissions from halving drainage depths would be equivalent to 1% of all anthropogenic greenhouse gases — ScienceDaily


[ad_1] Substantial cuts in global greenhouse gas emissions could be achieved by raising water levels in agricultural peatlands, according to a new study in the journal Nature. Peatlands occupy just three per cent of the world’s land surface area but store a similar amount of carbon to all terrestrial vegetation, as well as supporting unique […]

Why climate change is driving some to skip having kids — ScienceDaily


[ad_1] When deciding whether to have children, there are many factors to consider: finances, support systems, personal values. For a growing number of people, climate change is also being added to the list of considerations, says a University of Arizona researcher. Sabrina Helm, an associate professor in the Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences […]

Mediterranean diet with lean beef may lower risk factors for heart disease — ScienceDaily


[ad_1] Eating red meat may have a bad reputation for being bad for the heart, but new research found that lean beef may have a place in healthy diets, after all. In a randomized controlled study, researchers found that a Mediterranean diet combined with small portions of lean beef helped lower risk factors for developing […]

Dietary cocoa improves health of obese mice; likely has implications for humans — ScienceDaily


[ad_1] Supplementation of cocoa powder in the diet of high-fat-fed mice with liver disease markedly reduced the severity of their condition, according to a new study by Penn State researchers, who suggest the results have implications for people. Cocoa powder, a popular food ingredient most commonly used in the production of chocolate, is rich in […]

UMD-led study warns cascading effects of salts require coordinated management and regulation to avoid contaminating natural resources — ScienceDaily


[ad_1] When winter storms threaten to make travel dangerous, people often turn to salt, spreading it liberally over highways, streets and sidewalks to melt snow and ice. Road salt is an important tool for safety, because many thousands of people die or are injured every year due to weather related accidents. But a new study […]

Will THIS Covid vaccine mean an end to the common cold?


[ad_1] Will THIS Covid vaccine mean an end to the common cold? Scientists develop a $1 shot that may protect people against other coronaviruses Researchers at the University of Virginia and Virginia Tech used a platform that places a piece of synthesized viral DNA into genetically altered E. coli The bacteria, which is now a […]

Democrats’ struggles to stay united on Covid relief package are just beginning


[ad_1] In a normal Senate where there were a few votes to spare, one member wouldn’t have so much power. But, if you have watched closely, you’ve seen the wave that a single senator’s comments can bring when they talk about what they can support in a bill or in a nominee. Democratic Sen. Kyrsten […]

Senate confirms Tom Vilsack to serve again as agriculture secretary


[ad_1] The vote was 92-7. Vilsack, 70, will now be tasked with helping farmers hard hit by former President Donald Trump’s trade wars and the coronavirus pandemic, which has sickened thousands of workers at meatpacking plants. During his confirmation hearing earlier this month, Vilsack made clear the challenges facing the Department of Agriculture are different […]

The immigration debate has a blind spot


[ad_1] “Without immigration it becomes increasingly impossible to sustain entitlements, much less a functioning health care system, or a local tax base in rural and suburban cities and communities across the country,” says Ali Noorani, president of the National Immigration Forum, a centrist immigration advocacy group. After Trump sought to slash legal immigration through legislative […]

Texas still reeling from devastating winter storms and for some, recovery could take months


[ad_1] “We used everything we had on (a) hotel this week,” Ware told CNN affiliate KTRK. “After this, it’s like, where are we going to go?” “For many people in our city with means, with insurance, this week has been a significant inconvenience, but they have the means and ability to quickly transition and move […]

Texas weather: Here’s how a week of frigid weather and catastrophe unfolded in Texas


[ad_1] But many Texans have only just begun recovering from the unprecedented devastation that the brutal winter storms unleashed over the past seven days. At least 26 people died across the state since February 11. Millions lost their power, forcing families to huddle over a fireplace, scavenge for firewood or spend nights in their car […]

Texans face yet another round of snow and ice as deaths rise and homes remain unheated


[ad_1] “We’re at a point in the restoration where we’re going to keep energizing circuits as fast as we safely can until we run out of available generation,” ERCOT Senior Director of System Operations Dan Woodfin said in a statement Wednesday night. “We hope to make significant progress overnight.” However, relief still awaits many who […]

Rihanna Savage X Fenty photo and Ganesha pendant spark backlash in India


[ad_1] Written by Oscar Holland, CNN Rihanna is facing accusations of cultural appropriation and religious insensitivity after she posted a topless image of herself wearing a pendant depicting the Hindu god Ganesha. The photo, which appeared on her Twitter and Instagram accounts Tuesday, shows the singer in a pair of lavender satin boxers by her […]

Nearly half of Yemenis face acute food insecurity, UN says, pushing country closer to famine


[ad_1] Issued on: 04/12/2020 – 03:53 Famine-like conditions have re-appeared in parts of Yemen and almost half the population is experiencing high levels of food insecurity, new United Nations data showed on Thursday, with aid agencies warning time is running out to prevent mass starvation. Around 45% of Yemen’s population is facing high levels of […]

Food insecurity rates high among people with heart disease


[ad_1] People with atherosclerosis, particularly those who earn a low income and have other socioeconomic disadvantages, are more likely to experience food insecurity than those without the condition, according to new research. Researchers analyzed several socioeconomic factors from self-reported data for 190,113 U.S. adults. Among the 18,442 (8.2%) adults with atherosclerosis, about 1 in 7—or […]

Who Will Get the Coronavirus Vaccine First?


[ad_1] After months of deliberation and debate, a panel of independent experts advising the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is set to decide on Tuesday which Americans it will recommend to get the coronavirus vaccine first, while supply is still short. The panel, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, will vote in a public […]

Snapshots of Daily Life in a Remote Region of Portugal


[ad_1] At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, with travel restrictions in place worldwide, we launched a new series — The World Through a Lens — in which photojournalists help transport you, virtually, to some of our planet’s most beautiful and intriguing places. This week, André Vieira shares a collection of images from Portugal. The […]

Antimicrobial resistance as dangerous as pandemic: WHO


[ad_1] Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain The World Health Organization warned Friday that growing antimicrobial resistance is every bit as dangerous as the coronavirus pandemic—and threatens to reverse a century of medical progress. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus called the issue “one of the greatest health threats of our time”. Resistance is when bugs become immune […]

Denmark says mutated coronavirus from mink farms ‘most likely’ extinct


[ad_1] Issued on: 19/11/2020 – 12:25 A new, mutated strain of the novel coronavirus stemming from mink farms in Denmark is “most likely” extinct, the health ministry said on Thursday, amid fears the new strain could compromise COVID-19 vaccines. “No further cases of mink variant with cluster 5 have been detected since Sept. 15, which […]

Food, housing insecurities may delay breast cancer diagnosis


[ad_1] Multivariate analysis results indicating that food insecurity and housing insecurity are associated with statistically significant longer lapses between diagnostic imaging and biopsy among breast imaging patients. Credit: Radiological Society of North America Women who experience food or housing insecurity may be at risk for undiagnosed breast cancer due to lapses in follow-up appointments, according […]

Seodo | Agriculture Farming Foundation WordPress Theme


[ad_1] Free download Seodo | Agriculture Farming Foundation WordPress Theme Nulled. This item was published on themeforest.net and sold by author themezinho. But you can download Seodo | Agriculture Farming Foundation WordPress Theme completely free from here. It is also nulled by us to make sure there are no license check. We create agriculture and farming based organic […]

Lagar – Winery Wine Shop WordPress


[ad_1] Free download Lagar – Winery Wine Shop WordPress Nulled. This item was published on themeforest.net and sold by author vamtam. But you can download Lagar – Winery Wine Shop WordPress completely free from here. It is also nulled by us to make sure there are no license check. The Ultimate Niche WordPress Elementor Theme for Wineries and […]

Lagar – Wine Shop WordPress


[ad_1] Free download Lagar – Wine Shop WordPress Nulled. This item was published on themeforest.net and sold by author vamtam. But you can download Lagar – Wine Shop WordPress completely free from here. It is also nulled by us to make sure there are no license check. The Ultimate Niche WordPress Elementor Theme for Wineries and Wine Stores […]

OrgaWP – Organic Farm & Agriculture WordPress Theme


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From Laos to French Guiana: The story of the Hmong people


[ad_1] Issued on: 06/11/2020 – 20:12 After fighting alongside the French in the Indochina war and the Americans during the Vietnam War, the Hmong people were forced to flee Laos when the Communists took power. On their arrival in the village of Cacao in French Guiana in 1977, they had to build everything from scratch: roads, schools, houses and farms. Today, the Hmong people […]

Future pandemics likely to be deadlier and more frequent, warns UN panel


[ad_1] Issued on: 30/10/2020 – 14:56 Future pandemics will happen more often, kill more people and wreak even worse damage to the global economy than Covid-19 without a fundamental shift in how humans treat nature, the United Nations’ biodiversity panel said Thursday.  Warning that there are up to 850,000 viruses which, like the novel coronavirus, […]

France back in coronavirus lockdown as US surges to daily record


[ad_1] Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain France headed into a second lockdown on Friday as the resurgent coronavirus pandemic hit new heights in the United States with a daily record of more than 90,000 cases, just five days before the presidential election. From midnight, France’s 65 million population were largely confined to their homes, needing written […]

In Nigeria, citizens raid warehouse full of undistributed aid


[ad_1] A video posted October 24 on Twitter provides a closer look at the people tossing sacks of food to those below. Emmanuel (name changed on request of anonymity), a Plateau State native and entrepreneur, heard about the raid on social media.   I saw posts on Twitter calling for residents of Jos to locate and […]

Orwell – Organic Food Store and Healthy Shop


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Thousands of climate activists appeal to Brussels to withdraw farm policy


[ad_1] Issued on: 25/10/2020 – 17:29Modified: 25/10/2020 – 17:38 Thousands of climate activists have added their names to a new campaign spearheaded by Greta Thunberg, asking the European Commission to retract a farming policy that they say would make it impossible to reach the EU’s climate goals.  The Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has called […]

No, this colorful badge doesn’t indicate membership to the New World Order


[ad_1] There are a series of photos circulating on social media showing various powerful people wearing a multicolored badge, which the post claims symbolizes that they are part of a secret organisation planning to dominate the world. In reality, this badge was designed by the United Nations to raise awareness about the Sustainable Development Goals. […]

Sudan, Israel agree to normalise diplomatic relations with US help


[ad_1] Issued on: 23/10/2020 – 18:32 Israel and Sudan agreed on Friday to normalise relations in a deal brokered with the help of the United States, making Sudan the third Arab country to set aside hostilities with Israel in the past two months. U.S. President Donald Trump, seeking re-election on Nov. 3, sealed the agreement […]

French teacher’s murder prompts anger and fear of a crackdown, as a Paris curfew kicks in


[ad_1] Issued on: 23/10/2020 – 18:35 “We are all Samuel,” was the rallying cry of protesters across France expressing their shock over the beheading of schoolteacher Samuel Paty. At a memorial service in his honour President Emmanuel Macron called on the country to unite, but there are mounting fears that the government’s response will further marginalise France’s […]

A close presidential race puts Michigan on edge


[ad_1] In 2016, Donald Trump’s upset victory in Michigan was key to his winning the White House. This year, Joe Biden is counting on bringing the state back into the Democratic fold. Travelling across the Midwestern battleground, FRANCE 24 met voters on both sides who are bracing for catastrophe if their candidate loses. Four years […]

Scenes of childhood hunger left lasting impression on AHA’s Empowered to Serve scholar


[ad_1] Lady Dorothy Elli works to address food insecurity for students. Photo courtesy: Lady Dorothy Elli While growing up in the Philippines, Lady Dorothy Elli witnessed childhood hunger and poverty that left her with lasting impressions. She has made it her mission to address the problem of food insecurity and the negative impact it can […]

Eric Trump shares fake story about leather-clad bikers praying for President Trump


[ad_1] US President Donald Trump has been hospitalised since October 2 at Walter Reed Military Medical Center after testing positive for Covid-19. Jake Schneider, a member of Trump’s campaign team, shared a video of a group of motorcyclists apparently praying for Trump. The video went viral when it was retweeted by the president’s son, Eric. Turns […]

Connection to ‘āina critical to health among native Hawaiians


[ad_1] The Waimānalo Limu Hui and other volunteers have worked to restore limu in Waimānalo. Here, pōhaku (rocks/stones) from the beach have been wrapped in lei limu. Credit: LeShay Keliiholokai Holistic cultural practices that foster a connection to ʻāina (land) are important in improving the health of Kānaka Maoli (Indigenous Peoples of Hawai’i), according to […]

Emails Show How Pesticide Industry Influenced U.S. Position in Health Talks


[ad_1] Several food-safety and health advocates who have been participating in the antimicrobial task force over the past four years said the agency had never directly solicited their input, nor given them the chance to modify the government’s official position. They also noted that Washington’s efforts to keep antifungal drugs out of the task force’s […]