5 Creative and Innovative Merchandise for Expos

March 1, 2023

Expos and trade shows are great ways to network with existing and potential clients, media people, and anyone interested in or relevant to your specific industry. They’re also excellent events to launch a new product or take note of what the competition is up to. To get the most out of any expo, you should […]

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WHO Calls for Expansion of Self-Care Health Services

June 24, 2019

The World Health Organization (WHO) launched its first set of guidelines for self-care interventions, focusing on sexual and reproductive health and rights. These guidelines examine the health benefits of specific interventions that can be achieved without the aid of conventional healthcare. The guidelines don’t aim to replace high quality healthcare services but explore the possibility […]

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Study Shows Parents Struggling for Years after Learning about Their Lesbian, Gay, or Bisexual Child

June 18, 2019

A study published by George Washington University stated that parents may still have a hard time adjusting to the news of their lesbian, gay, or bisexual (LGB) child coming out even years after the fact. The importance of the study focuses on the health risks that LGB youth can develop due to the disapproval or […]

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United Nations Holds First Ever World Food Safety Day

June 7, 2019

The United Nations aims to promote awareness about food safety by celebrating the first ever United Nations World Food Safety Day on the 7th of June this year. Led by the Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Health Organization, the event hopes to promote global awareness when it comes to food safety, which affects […]

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University of Saskatchewan Links Increase of Torrential Downpour to Global Warming

June 3, 2019

A study done by the University of Saskatchewan took a look at the increasing number of torrential downpours in the past 50 years. The researchers attributed the frequency of these “extreme precipitation events” to the rise in global temperatures as they looked at data from 1964 to 2013, a period when global warming notably intensified. […]

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World Health Assembly Adopts New Resolution on Access to Medicines

May 28, 2019

The World Health Assembly (WHA) passed a new resolution last May 28 that aims to improve the information that member states share regarding their markets for medicines and health products in an effort to give better access to it. The resolution urged that information such as prices that governments and other buyers pay for medicines […]

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UM Study Shines New Light on the Meaning of Wildfire Resilience to US Communities

May 11, 2019

A team of 23 multi-disciplinary researchers, fronted by University of Montana (UM) faculty members, released a new study on a common disaster phenomenon in the US: wildfires. The study, titled “Integrating Subjective and Objective Dimensions of Resilience in Fire-Prone Landscapes,” was published online in BioScience. It is the culmination of a 2017 workshop held on […]

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Imperial College London Study Shows Obesity More Common in Rural Areas

May 8, 2019

A study conducted by Imperial College London that focuses on global trends in body mass index (BMI) stated that there is a growing trend of obesity cases in rural areas compared to urban areas. More than 112 million adults across 200 countries were taken into account for the study, analyzing their BMI while tracking whether […]

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North Carolina State University Study Shows Teaching Kids about Climate Change Affects Parents

May 6, 2019

A recent study released by North Carolina State University shows that children who are taught the importance of climate change can influence the way their parents view the subject. The study involved middle school science teachers creating a curriculum that specifically teaches the effects of climate change to their students. A total of 238 students […]

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Penn State Study Shows Walnuts Lowers Risk of Heart Disease

May 2, 2019

A study released by Penn State explains the benefits of walnuts in lowering blood pressure, which can decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease as a result. Participants who were part of the study lived on a low saturated diet and included walnuts in their daily consumption. The results showed that the participants had generally lower […]

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