World Toilet Day

Silence is deafening, especially when it comes to sanitation.

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Early life stress impacts brain development

Stress experienced in early life could change a child’s brain development.

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Mums who hold their tempers, hold the key

Children of highly educated mothers who keep a clean home and can hold their tempers, are less likely to develop behavioural problems, a new study has found.

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Wearable patch keeps real-time watch on blood pressure

South Korean researchers have developed a convenient alternative to the conventional arm cuff for measuring blood pressure.

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Junior sports: a dangerous game

New studies report that more than 20% of child sport-related concussions are going undiagnosed or treated.

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A cuddle a day

Everybody loves a cuddle, but new research has now proven that hugs are essential to a child’s emotional development.

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Malaria cure is in sight, say researchers

Researchers at the University of Cape Town say they may be close to producing a cure for malaria following their discovery of a compound that disrupts the malaria parasite’s lifecycle in animal models, effectively destroying it.

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Ancient city of Jericho boasts new, eco-friendly walls

Developers in the West Bank’s Jericho, the world’s lowest lying city, are building an the first ever eco-housing project in the Palestinian territories.The homes are designed to offset searing summer temperatures and put a modern face on the ancient city.

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Bio-implants offer natural solution for arthritis pain

Researchers in Finland have developed biodegradable joint implants they say will bring permanent pain relief to arthritis sufferers. The implants are designed to replace joints degraded by rheumatoid and osteoarthritis.

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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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Clarins: Responsible development

Since it was created, the Clarins Group has based its development on respect for mankind and nature, on MiNDFOOD.

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Dr. Diane Howard

Five mintues with vice president of 
Technical Development at the International Dermal Institute, Dr Diana Howard by MiNDFOOD.

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