20840: Can You Guess The Meaning Of These Humanitarian Icons?

They’re used in infographics, maps, charts and signs to help make crisis-related information easier to understand. See if you can understand what they convey.

(Image credit: United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs)

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20838: Deaf woman claims she will become a MILLIONAIRE by teaching sign language from her home

Katie Redstar, 34, is set to teach sign language to huge corporate companies. The entrepreneur from Leeds has also signed a book deal.

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20837: Ask DR ELLIE: Can I wean my autistic son off his awful diet?

Children’s eating habits are a common worry for parents as we are so aware now of how important diet is in terms of long term good health, says DR ELLIE CANNON.

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Grandmother was diagnosed with tongue cancer after an ‘ulcer’ swelled to the size of a MALTESER

Joanna Smith, 58, of Clapham, Bedfordshire, first realised something was wrong when she spotted a tiny ‘ulcer’ in her mouth in October last year, which then grew and became painful.

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Record number of NHS staff quit because ‘it’s simply too much’

Between June 2017 and 2018, 10,257 NHS personnel blamed a poor work-life balance for them leaving the health service – a 178 per cent increase from just 3,689 in 2010-to-2011.

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20834: Scientific Duo Gets Back To Basics To Make Childbirth Safer

Their research is still in early stages, but Kristin Myers (left), a mechanical engineer, and Dr. Joy Vink, an OB-GYN, both at Columbia University, have already learned that cervical tissue is a more complicated mix of material than doctors ever realized.

Remarkably little is known about the fundamentals of how a woman carries a baby inside her. Two Columbia University researchers aim to change that, to reduce the number of kids born too soon.

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20832: Eat Smart kale salad kit recalled due to possible Listeria contamination

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Recall in effect for N.L., N.B., and Ontario, but CFIA website says distribution may have been national.

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20831: Our sex life is so repetitive I have to imagine arousing situations in bed

We seem to be doing the same thing again and again and it has left me feeling bored. I’m making excuses to avoid sex even though I enjoy it

I love my boyfriend passionately. We had a great sex life until a few months ago, when I started to feel as if we were doing the same thing again and again. Now I have trouble initiating sex because of this feeling of numbness, which he told me he sometimes feels, too. I feel as if he doesn’t know how to push my buttons, and I don’t know how to guide him. I really enjoy our foreplay and intercourse, but the beginning is very difficult and doesn’t feel spontaneous at all. Read More