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Spain gears up for repeat election on June 26 | Reuters

May 03, 2016

Spain gears up for repeat election on June 26 | Reuters

MADRID Spain's King Felipe dissolved parliament on Tuesday and called a new national election for June 26 after a vote in December left such a fractured political landscape that no government could be formed. The new vote follows four months of fruitless coalition talks between Spain's four main parties after the inconclusive ballot stripped the conservative People's Party (PP) of acting prime minister Mariano Rajoy of its majority. The re-run is not expected to herald a major shift in voting patterns, opinion polls show, likely forcing bickering leaders to once again try to forge a coalition #Politics #Business #Health #Argentina #United Kingdom
Why antibiotics can also make you more prone to infection

May 03, 2016

Why antibiotics can also make you more prone to infection

Antibiotics are essential for fighting bacterial infection, but, paradoxically, they can also make the body more prone to infection and diarrohea by allowing gut pathogens to “breathe”, says a study. #NewsTracker #Health #Antibiotics #FHealth #antibiotics infection #diarrohea #antibiotics side effects
Smoking inside home can make your child frequently ill

May 03, 2016

Smoking inside home can make your child frequently ill

Children who live with a smoker or have exposure to smoking inside the home become frequently ill #NewsTracker #Health #Smoking #FHealth #smoking inside home #chlldren exposed to smoking #pediatric health care
Honduras arrests four suspects in killing of activist Caceres | Reuters

May 03, 2016

Honduras arrests four suspects in killing of activist Caceres | Reuters

TEGUCIGALPA Honduran police have arrested four people in connection with the killing of environmental and indigenous rights activist Berta Caceres, including an employee of a company whose project she helped block, the attorney general's office said on Monday. Caceres, 43, who fought to stop the construction of hydroelectric plants and mines on indigenous territory, was fatally shot in La Esperanza, Honduras, in early March, sparking domestic and international outrage. #Economy #Business #France #Health #Argentina #Entertainment #article
Honduras arrests four suspects in killing of activist Caceres | Reuters

May 03, 2016

Honduras arrests four suspects in killing of activist Caceres | Reuters

TEGUCIGALPA Honduran police have arrested four people in connection with the killing of environmental and indigenous rights activist Berta Caceres, including an employee of a company whose project she helped block, the attorney general's office said on Monday. Caceres, 43, who fought to stop the construction of hydroelectric plants and mines on indigenous territory, was fatally shot in La Esperanza, Honduras, in early March, sparking domestic and international outrage. #Economy #Business #France #Health #Argentina #Entertainment #article
State apathy: 11 patients with special needs die in Rajasthan's govt-run home

Apr 30, 2016

State apathy: 11 patients with special needs die in Rajasthan's govt-run home

Eleven with special needs died in Rajasthan’s govt-run home allegedly due to bacterial infection. However, there is more to it than meets the eye. #NewsTracker #Health #Vasundhara Raje #FHealth #Rqajasthan govt home deaths #death due to bacterial infection
Puerto Rico Zika cases now include 65 pregnant women, 1 death - CDC | Reuters

Apr 30, 2016

Puerto Rico Zika cases now include 65 pregnant women, 1 death - CDC | Reuters

CHICAGO Puerto Rico has 683 confirmed cases of the Zika virus, including 65 pregnant women with symptoms of the virus and one death, U.S. health officials said on Friday #United States #India #Middle East #Health #markets #Entertainment
Eleven, including kids with special needs, die at state-run home in Rajasthan

Apr 29, 2016

Eleven, including kids with special needs, die at state-run home in Rajasthan

Eleven people with special needs, including eight children, staying at a government-run home in Rajasthan due to bacterial infection #Rajasthan #NewsTracker #Health #FHealth #Rajasthan government run home #deaths due to bacterial infection
Low testosterone increases diabetes risk, finds study

Apr 29, 2016

Low testosterone increases diabetes risk, finds study

Researchers have discovered the mechanism that put males with low testosterone at greater risk of developing diabetes. #NewsTracker #Health #Diabetes #Diabetes Type 2 #FHealth