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Nurse, 46, uses emotional support pet SKUNK called Pongo to battle years of anxiety and depression

Paula Bavill, 46, from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, treats her anxiety using her pet skunk Pongo (pictured together) A nurse who battled anxiety and depression for years has told how her symptoms have eased dramatically – to her pet skunk. Paula Bavill, 46, was previously unable to attend large gatherings and events with confined crowds because of crippling mental health issues …

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Broccoli Is not Just Good For You; Scientists Find It Holds Molecule That Could Be the 'Achilles's Heel' of Cancer

Broccoli is part of the cruciferous vegetable family , which includes cauliflower, cabbage, kale and Brussels sprouts. And though many people do not like their taste-and they may not be good for nursing moms-these vegetables contain a tiny but powerful molecule that deactivates the gene responsible for cancerous tumor growth, known as WWP1. Study lead author Dr. Pier Paolo Pandolfi, …

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True espresso love: Attending a coffee university

The colorful southern Italian city of Naples seems to run in espresso. Marcello Uzzi, who offers high-end tours to his city, says that the city's turmoil is due to its coffee affection. A regular stop on his tour is Caffè Gambrinus, established before Italy, back in Naples was a kingdom. "It's like a temple," Uzzi said.

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The case of Keene's murder tells a warning from NH DHHS

This 1958 picture shows a skin rash on the patient's stomach 3 days after the onset of measles infection. CDC CONCORD, NH – The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), the Division of Public Health Services (DPHS), met a resident of New Hampshire who was diagnosed with measles. Infection occurs in a child, and the source of …

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