Large amounts of toxic mercury are now accumulating in the Arctic tundra, as a result of coal burning, mining and industrial processes around the world. The airborne mercury is deposited in soil and...
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Nothing about depression is easy. But the way it affects a person's daily life is arguably the most difficult part of the disorder. Approximately 300 million people globally are affected by depression...
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Lab tests have confirmed the case.
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There are not many things more irritating than having to walk around with a soggy tissue stuffed up your sleeve, constantly sniffing, because your nose won't stop running. But now it seems that it mig...
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On the surface, staying at home on your own and not socialising with other human beings for extended periods of time, doesn't seem like the best antidote for people with depression. However a new s...
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It will also cost the globe more than $1 trillion in health care costs and lost productivity.
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This article is part HuffPost's Project Zero campaign, a yearlong series on neglected tropical diseases and efforts to eliminate them. Imagine that you wake some mornings to find you're so weak you ca...
A 20 percent tax could reduce the consumption of sugary drinks by the same proportion.
Around 200 cases have been reported in the wake of the deadly Hurricane Matthew.
Health leaders implore government to do more, from a public health standpoint.
Plain tap water is so 1999.
It's a potential health and economic crisis.