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World-wide life expectancy increases to 71.4 times

Published in Odd and Fun on 23rd July 2017

Life is getting longer, reports World health organization, at the most wonderful charge since the 1960 s Life expectancy across the globe has increased by five years old since 2000, the most wonderful rise in lifespans since the 1960 s, in agreement with the World Health Organisation( WHO ). Babies born in 2015 can expect […]

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American Worlds: photographing the deaths among the American nightmare

Published in Odd and Fun on 18th July 2017

Time magazine photographer Joakim Eskildsen was commissioned to document life below the poverty line. What he detected was shocking People are disillusioned with the fact that it is so difficult to get by today. They said there is no American dreaming any more. This, “theyre saying”, was the American quality. This was what the Danish-born […]

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Thai doctor pushes against carcinogenic raw fish food that killed his mothers

Published in Odd and Fun on 10th July 2017

Koi pla, raw fish soil with spices and lime, is thought to kill up to 20,000 beings in Thailand every year A doctor in Thailand whose mothers died from liver cancer after ingesting a much-loved raw fish bowl is passing the countrys rural north-east to alert people off the recipe. Koi pla, a cheap dish […]

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The 13 hopeless crises that mankind now faces | George Monbiot

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th July 2017

From Trump to climate change, this multiheaded crisis foreshadows breakdown. And theres no hope of exiting the other side if political alternatives are shut down Please dont read this unless you are concern strong. This is a list of 13 major crisis that, I feel, confront us. There is perhaps more. Satisfy feel free is […]

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Out of view: the orphanages where disabled children are abandoned

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th July 2017

NGO Disability Rights International has campaigned for foundations to be closed for years but despite progression, there can be shocking instances of abuse A dozen children with cerebral palsy lie on thin mattresses on the storey of a spacious room. A smell of cleaning concoctions unsuccessfully masks the fragrance of urine. Nearby, five children are […]

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US covering up resist breaches of Syria ceasefire, Russia claims

Published in Odd and Fun on 4th July 2017

Three-day age-old spate under stres amid diplomatic tensions and resentments about UN aid convoys being unable to reach circumvented civilians Russia accused the US of covering up opposition violations in Syria on Thursday as the three-day age-old ceasefire rose under increasing strain. The Russian defense ministry used to say Syrian regiman troops had drawn back […]

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The enormous pop-up clinic trying to bridge America’s health fraction | Amy Woolard

Published in Odd and Fun on 1st July 2017

The Long Read: For three days in July, thousands of Americans who cannot afford private healthcare converge on a field in Appalachia for the largest pop-up health clinic in the two countries. And many of them have not attended a medical doctor or a dentist in years Nearly 33 million Americans more than 10% of […]

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Noise-cancelling headphones: the secret existence implement for modern life

Published in Odd and Fun on 30th June 2017

Headphones that block out phone were first developed for airplane pilots on long flights and have for some become a vital part of daily life Theres one thing other than my purse and my circulate placard I wouldnt be without in a big city, and its my headphones. But I dont actually listen to music […]

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Dali’s enigma, Picasso’s protest: the most important artworks of the 1930 s

Published in Odd and Fun on 25th June 2017

For surrealists, modernists and montagists alike, it was a labyrinth of beings and physical horrors: no decade has ever been so lucidly represented by its artists Salvador Dals The Enigma of Hitler is a ghostly farewell to the 1930 s. Painted in the last year of the activities of the decade, when Hitlers invasion of […]

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AA Gill responded NHS could not give him brand-new cancer treatment in final article

Published in Odd and Fun on 18th June 2017

Sunday Experience correspondent, who died on Saturday, replied NHS represents everything we think is best about us AA Gill, the award-winning scribe and restaurant reviewer who died on Saturday aged 62, described in his final clause how the NHS could not give him a cutting-edge, potentially life-extending cancer treatment. In a 4,000 -word essay recounting […]

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