Botox won’t make you pretty: Favorite of the stars does not make you better looking | Health4News

Study found that Botox made people less attractive
The nerve poison is used to ‘reverse aging’ by reducing wrinkles
Botox is most commonly injected around the eyes and forehead

By
Eve Mcgowan

Published:
16:04 EST, 19 April 2014

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Botox won’t make you pretty: Favorite of the stars does not make you better looking

HKV cycling track and arena accept bookings | Health4News

Hong Kong (HKSAR) – The cycling track and arena of the Hong Kong Velodrome (HKV) in Tseung Kwan O will be opened for public use on April 30 and advance booking can be made via the Leisure Link System (LLS) starting from tomorrow (April 21), a spokesman for the Leisure and Cultural…
HKV cycling track and arena accept bookings

Corporate Culture Directly Affects Financial Performance | Health4News

The question as to whether corporate culture has an effect on financial performance has been asked before and it will likely be asked again. In a study published in the Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, research demonstrated a link between corporate culture and financial performance. However, not…
Corporate Culture Directly Affects Financial Performance

Danish Project to Make Polymer Solar Cells More Profitable | Health4News

Project Megawatt intends to make polymer solar cells profitable enough to allow power generation from polymer solar cells to compete on market terms with traditional coal-fired power plants.
Advanced market models and a 1000 m2 (10764 ft2) test facility at DTU Risø Campus at Technical…
Danish Project to Make Polymer Solar Cells More Profitable

Moving Beyond “Just-So Stories”: Young Children Can Be Taught Basic Natural Selection | Health4News

Spend more than a few hours with a child under the age of 10 and “why?” is a question you’re likely to hear a lot. Children are naturally curious explorers, and they actively try to understand the new and incomprehensible things around them. Psychology researchers have discovered that this…
Moving Beyond “Just-So Stories”: Young Children Can Be Taught Basic Natural Selection

Cash-strapped NHS trusts are ‘blocking vital heart drugs to save money’ | Health4News

New blood-thinners could save lives, but patients are denied them
Charity says the bodies that deliver NHS treatments restrict drugs

By
Sophie Goodchild

Published:
16:05 EST, 19 April 2014

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Updated:
16:05 EST, 19 April 2014

Thousands of patients are being denied the…
Cash-strapped NHS trusts are ‘blocking vital heart drugs to save money’

My spine is crumbling… but I’m too scared to have surgery: He is blighted by back pain, yet singer Mike Crawshaw is vowing to dodge the knife | Health4News

Mike Crawshaw, 34, was diagnosed with a degenerate disc in 2008
The singer was offered an operation in 2010 but turned it down
Crawshaw has instead turned to exercise to cope with the back pain

By
Andrew Williams

Published:
16:05 EST, 19 April 2014

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My spine is crumbling… but I’m too scared to have surgery: He is blighted by back pain, yet singer Mike Crawshaw is vowing to dodge the knife

My emotional ode to recovery: How one woman escaped the depths of depression through poetry | Health4News

By Rachel Kelly

PUBLISHED:
18:01 EST, 19 April 2014

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18:01 EST, 19 April 2014

Three months after the birth of her second child, Rachel Kelly found herself sinking into deep depression. Here she describes how her life spiralled out of control – and how she was saved by her…
My emotional ode to recovery: How one woman escaped the depths of depression through poetry

Energy Expenditure (Calories Burned) in Anorexia Nervosa Patients | Health4News

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How many calories do patients with anorexia nervosa need to eat to gain a kilo (2.2 lbs)? It seems like a simple question and one that we should have figured out a long time ago, given the importance (err, necessity) of refeeding and weight restoration in recovery…
Energy Expenditure (Calories Burned) in Anorexia Nervosa Patients

The nose knows: How to pick your friends | Health4News

We all have that friend. Let’s call her Jane. Jane is bubbly and gregarious. Jane doesn’t attend a party, she manifests it. She seeks out social gatherings and is enlivened by human presence. Jane is a good listener and has many trusted friends. What can explain Jane’s…
The nose knows: How to pick your friends

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