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Is chronic pain ruling your life? Lady Gaga is now pain-free thanks to mental health therapy

Living with severe pain can be debilitating and isolating, but there are ways to conquer it.

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Tips For Lowering Risk of Skin Cancer

Protecting yourself against skin cancer involves more than just staying out of the sun. The right diet could mean the difference between life and death, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Mumbai girls #RapAgainstRape

Two young women from Mumbai have taken to YouTube to rap about sexual violence in India.

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More than 1 in 10 girls sexually abused by 20

More than one in ten girls around the world have been raped or sexually assaulted by the age of 20, UN report shows.

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Turkish riots continue

Turkish officials say they will consider a referendum on plans for a park at the centre of violent demonstrations, the worst in decades, but protesters remain cynical.

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Anti-Thatcher protesters turn their back on funeral procession

During Margaret Thatchers funeral, a small group of protesters hold up placards against the former PM and turn their backs on the funeral procession.

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Getting to school at all costs

These students battle the elements and war zones, climb mountains, cross rivers and dangerous bridges so that they can attend school. Watch as they defy the odds all in the name of education.

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Lennox calls for end to violence against women

Renowned singer and activist, Annie Lennox has drawn up a petition to end gender violence against women in South Africa.

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Anti-nuclear protests in Japan commemorate Fukushima anniversary

Public sentiment in Japan has turned against nuclear energy in the two years since its devastating nuclear disaster, but while many would like to see a zero nuclear power future – will it be possible?

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Artists Against Fracking

Earlier this year, Artists Against Fracking co-founders Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon were joined by actor Susan Sarandon, and peace leader Arun Gandhi.

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Love doesn’t hurt

Valentine’s day is a great opportunity to celebrate love in our lives, but also a time to celebrate that love is built through respect and equality.

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Activate your brain

Dr G is an international thought leader. She shares with us what she does and why access to more information has inadvertently helped us to activate dormant parts of our brain that could even help to ward off degenerative diseases.

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Speak active

Nanette Murtie is a psychologist with the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES). She explains why walking may be the most convenient mode of activity that we ought to promote in the fight against obesity.

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Zombies terrify on streets of Bogota and Singapore

Thousands of walking dead stumble through the streets of Singapore and Colombia’s capital in zombie events against violence.

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Free the children

Free The Children began as a group of 12 year old’s dreaming of saving the world and now provides education to 55,000 children everyday.

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Poverty drives child labour in India

Millions of children in India continue to be driven into labour by poverty, as the world marks World Day Against Child Labour this week.

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Natural medicine

Studies show that omega-3 fish oils and glucosamine are an effective combination in the fight against arthritis, MiNDFOOD Podcasts Present.

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Red Shirts flood streets to enlist public support

Thousands of Thai protesters packed trucks, cars and motorbikes in a carnival-like convoy Saturday aimed at winning over the capital’s residents in their flagging class war against the government, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Ireland to vote on blasphemy ban

Ireland’s justice minister has announced there will be a referendum on whether to maintain the country’s controversial law against blasphemy, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Banderas joins the UN

Helen Clark, head of the UN Development Program (UNDP), has named Spanish actor Antonio Banderas as a “Goodwill Ambassador” for the global fight against poverty, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Bananas help fight against HIV

Could a protein found in bananas help fight the HIV virus? MiNDFOOD reports.

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Forty-eight hours in Caracas

Caribbean heat mingles with Andean cool in Caracas, which is nestled against a verdant mountain range, cresting at over 9000 feet, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Climate change is a fact, says China

A deputy director of China’s most powerful economic ministry has come out swinging against climate change denial, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Can fish oil enhance mental health?

Taking fish oil may help prevent full-blown psychotic illness in at-risk adolescents and young adults, according to a new study from The University of Melbourne, reports MiNDFOOD.

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