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Bikram yoga is not more effective than yoga practiced at room temperature

Bikram yoga, a hot yoga style, is no more effective in improving health than the same yoga postures at room temperature – that is what the research published in Experimental Physiology and carried out by the State University of Texas and the University of Texas at Austin, EE. UU., Has found. Bikram yoga is popular all over the world and …

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Zambia closes churches and schools as death toll increases

JOHANNESBURG – The Zambian government has closed churches, bars, markets and schools in many municipalities of Lusaka until the outbreak of cholera that hit the country in October last year has been controlled. Zambia has also embarked on a massive cholera control program that has seen the military deploy in most of Lusaka as more than 70 people lost their …

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TAC: will hold political leaders responsible for the & # 39; crisis & # 39; of public health

South Africa's public health system remains in crisis and political leaders will be held accountable, says Treatment Action Campaign (TAC). TAC's national leadership held its first meeting in 2018 this week to plan next year and take stock of political events during the holiday period, the organization said in a statement after the meeting. "The reality is that South Africa's …

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Haiti's murderous cholera epidemic could end this year

"We have asked the government to bring all the partners together to see how we can truly benefit from this historic moment to achieve elimination," said Vincent, expressing hope for a quick response from the Haitian authorities. During the epidemic, Haiti registered more than 800,000 cases of cholera, an acute diarrheal infection caused by contaminated food or water. Poor sanitation …

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Leaders will be responsible for the public health crisis – TAC

South Africa's public health system continues to be in crisis and political leaders will be held responsible, says Treatment Action Campaign (TAC). TAC national leadership held its first meeting in 2018 this week to plan the following year and take stock of political events during the holiday period, the TAC said in a statement after the meeting. "The reality is …

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Zambia closes churches and schools as death toll increases

JOHANNESBURG – The Zambian government has closed churches, bars, markets and schools in many municipalities of Lusaka until the outbreak of cholera that hit the country in October last year has been controlled. Zambia has also embarked on a massive cholera control program that has seen the military deploy in most of Lusaka as more than 70 people lost their …

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TAC is committed to holding political leaders accountable for the 'health crisis' # 39; public

CAPE TOWN – South Africa's public health system continues to be in crisis and political leaders will be held accountable, says the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC). TAC national leadership held its first meeting in 2018 this week to plan for next year and take stock of political events during the holiday period, the TAC said in a post-meeting statement. "The …

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In mid-January dry, researchers go out to support moderate alcohol consumption | Lifetime

By mid-January, dry, researchers endorse moderate alcohol consumption Enjoying a drink from time to time may be good for you, according to American researchers, provided you do not overdo it. – Snapshots / Istock.com photo via AFP LOS ÁNGELES, January 20 – Good news for those who like a drink: US researchers. UU They have supported the argument that alcohol …

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Cholera takes four lives in Zimbabwe

The four deaths occurred in the city of Chegutu, an hour's drive west of Harare. Image: WikiCommons. HARARE – Cholera killed four people in Zimbabwe, a few days after Health Minister David Parirenyatwa warned that the country was in danger of an outbreak. Harare is already fighting an outbreak of typhus and when cholera broke out in neighboring Zambia, there …

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In mid-January dry, researchers come out in support of moderate consumption

Good news for those who like a drink: American researchers have supported the argument that alcohol can offer some health benefits, but only when it is enjoyed in moderation. Although many of us started the year with alcohol "Free as part of 'Dry January', researchers at the University of Southern California have given their advice on how we can reap …

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