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26 Feb 14

DRINK WATER ON EMPTY STOMACH

~~It is popular in Japan today to drink water immediately after waking up every morning. Furthermore, scientific tests have proven its value. We publish below a description of use of water for our readers. For old and serious diseases as well as modern illnesses the water treatment had been found successful by a Japanese medical society as a 100% cure for the following diseases: Headache, body ache, heart system, arthritis, fast heart beat, epilepsy, excess fatness, bronchitis asthma, TB, meningitis,…

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30 Apr 12

Are you addicted to work ? Let’s put you to the test

YOU can’t seem to get away from the office in time and when you do you’re always available on your smartphone. You sometimes sneak in at the weekend for an hour. Or two. And, yes, of course, you’ll accept calls while you’re on holiday, the kids won’t mind that at all. So are you a workaholic ? Or just desperate to stay in your job ? A new test to identify workaholics has been developed, according to the Scandinavian Journal…

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30 Apr 12

Workers prefer the bottle to the gym

STRESSED workers are working longer and harder than ever before and using alcohol to cope rather than exercising. A Nuffield Health poll of 1,500 British employees found more than half felt more stressed since the beginning of the economic downturn, while 41% felt more pressure at work and 23% are working longer hours. Nuffield Health say even more worrying than these findings are the methods people are using to cope with stress, with 25% using alcohol compared to 23% who…

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30 Apr 12

Incapacity claimants fit to fiddle

Half of incapacity benefit claimants actually ‘fit to work’ New sickness benefit figures claim that more than half of those on incapacity benefits are actually fit to work. Statistics published by the Department for Work and Pensions claim that following initial assessments for new Incapacity Benefit claims, 54% were found fit for some form of work. An additional 19% were found fit for some work with the right help and support, while the remaining 27% were found to have limited…

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30 Apr 12

Patients Make No Bones About ‘Postcode Lottery’

A new report claims NHS patients are at the mercy of a postcode lottery with some areas enjoying three times more funding than others. According to the Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance’s report, there is a thirteen-fold variation in Primary Care Trust spending on musculoskeletal patients requiring NHS treatment. The report revealed that expenditure on treating musculoskeletal patients in 2009-10 ranged from £275 per patient per year in Peterborough, to £764 in Hartlepool. ARMA said a significant number of PCTs reduced…

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