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Redditors who have had major health issues - what small symptom should you have looked into earlier?

Author : alterlightone
Subreddit : AskReddit
Points : 35,490
Published : 1 month ago
Comments : 15038

TIL Coca-Cola was sued by a consumer protection agency for misleading health claims regarding VitaminWater, which contains 33 grams of sugar per bottle. Coca-Cola's defense was that "no consumer could reasonably be misled into thinking VitaminWater was a healthy beverage.”

Author : JeromesNiece
Subreddit : todayilearned
Points : 77,711
Published : 1 month ago
Comments : 4518

Florida House declares porn a public health risk shortly after denying assault rifle ban

Author : sabkc
Subreddit : nottheonion
Points : 71,922
Published : 3 months ago
Comments : 5901

Should students be allowed to take days off for their mental health? Why or why not?

Subreddit : AskReddit
Points : 25,672
Published : 1 month ago
Comments : 5298

Bornstein claims Trump dictated the glowing health letter

Author : _NewsClues_
Subreddit : politics
Points : 32,474
Published : 3 weeks ago
Comments : 2892

Kids may be paying more attention than you think when you say vegetables are good for them. According to a new study by Stanford researchers, teens who have health-oriented food rules at home (e.g. a vegetable must be eaten at dinner) are more likely to make healthy eating decisions on their own.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 44,867
Published : 1 week ago
Comments : 1830

TIL Manoj Bhargava the creator of 5 Hour energy created the formula in 30 days, has a net worth of 4 billion and plans donate 99 percent of his wealth by creating a series of inventions to help 3rd world countries receive basic functions like water, electricity, and health.

Author : arjuna20
Subreddit : todayilearned
Points : 49,462
Published : 4 weeks ago
Comments : 2274

Japan pledges $2.9 billion to support countries pursuing universal health coverage

Author : urgukvn
Subreddit : worldnews
Points : 79,661
Published : 5 months ago
Comments : 5200

If you’re ripped off by Comcast (or any internet company), Wells Fargo (or any bank/student lender), or Aetna (or any health insurance company), here’s how to get your money back.

Subreddit : personalfinance
Points : 55,932
Published : 1 month ago
Comments : 2334

Think twice about buying 'squashed-faced' breeds, vets urge dog-lovers - British Veterinary Association launches #breedtobreathe campaign to highlight serious health issues breeds such as pugs and French bulldogs are prone to

Subreddit : worldnews
Points : 62,914
Published : 4 months ago
Comments : 4934

Alberta government introduced legislation to keep protesters at least 50 metres away from abortion clinics and make it illegal for demonstrators to video or take pictures of people entering or leaving building. Intimidation of patients at province’s clinics is on rise, Health Minister Hoffman said.

Author : madazzahatter
Subreddit : worldnews
Points : 28,080
Published : 1 month ago
Comments : 2840

AP count: Nearly 11.8M enroll for Obama health law in 2018

Subreddit : news
Points : 25,270
Published : 3 months ago
Comments : 4819

Health inspectors of reddit, what are the most vile conditions you’ve ever seen in a restaurant?

Author : topathemornin
Subreddit : AskReddit
Points : 13,672
Published : 2 months ago
Comments : 5031

Chickens raised in India for food have been dosed with some of the strongest antibiotics known to medicine: Warning over wider global health impacts after findings reveal thousands of tonnes of colostin - the ‘antibiotic of last resort’ - are being shipped to India’s farms.

Author : madazzahatter
Subreddit : worldnews
Points : 40,874
Published : 3 months ago
Comments : 3666

Students whose sex ed programs teach abstinence as the only way to protect sexual health have less favorable attitudes toward condoms and are more likely to have unprotected sex than students who learn safe sexual practices. Abstinence-only sex education programs do not stop minors from having sex.

Author : ekser
Subreddit : science
Points : 81,939
Published : 4 months ago
Comments : 3317

More than 200 Quebec doctors oppose proposed pay raise for themselves: They want the provincial government to backtrack on plans for pay hikes, saying other employees in the health care industry such as nurses are continuing to work under tough conditions.

Author : madazzahatter
Subreddit : worldnews
Points : 51,628
Published : 2 months ago
Comments : 2247

From ‘barely surviving’ to thriving: Ontario basic income recipients report less stress, better health. The three-year pilot project, which began last summer, is testing whether no-strings-attached cash support can boost health, education and housing for people living in poverty.

Author : madazzahatter
Subreddit : UpliftingNews
Points : 25,967
Published : 3 months ago
Comments : 3142

TIL There's a service called "Cleaning for a Reason" in the U.S. and Canada that cleans the houses of women with cancer for free so they can focus on their health.

Author : Darshitreddit
Subreddit : todayilearned
Points : 67,928
Published : 6 months ago
Comments : 4492

Donald Trump to undergo medical check amid swirl of allegations over his health

Author : VictoriaEllis
Subreddit : politics
Points : 37,758
Published : 4 months ago
Comments : 3742

[serious] Is it okay to push your mom out of your life if it’s to protect your mental health and overall wellbeing? Why or why not?

Author : kristenmckenz
Subreddit : AskReddit
Points : 33,727
Published : 6 months ago
Comments : 5914

21 years of data confirm GMO corn increase crop yield, and provides substantial health benefits such as a reduction in exposure to mycotoxins

Subreddit : science
Points : 31,969
Published : 3 months ago
Comments : 2483

Under Scott Pruitt, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has dramatically shifted away from its stated mission to “protect human and environmental health.” Instead, the agency is clearly favoring the interests of the polluting industries that it is mandated to regulate, according to a study

Author : Wagamaga
Subreddit : science
Points : 54,446
Published : 3 weeks ago
Comments : 811

Instagram ranked worst social network for young people's mental health

Author : engwish
Subreddit : technology
Points : 30,555
Published : 1 month ago
Comments : 1517