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Ebola saves migrants from being returned

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The agency handles around two percent of all flights sending migrants back home. Last year, total 160,000 migrants were returned from the EU. ... Read More »

Killeen Chiropractic Care for running injuries

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Running can lead to a variety of injuries and problems which should be treated promptly to ensure timely healing. Corrective Chiropractic and Wellness provides professional chiropractic care to treat all kinds of running injuries caused due to excessive training and practice. With chiropractics the root cause of the problem is treated in order to reduce the chances of the injury re-surfacing. Some of the common running injuries which can be treated at Corrective Chiropractic & Wellness are: Runners' Knee: This is usually a result of ov... Read More »

Aviva: Cost of divorce reaches £44,000 for UK couples

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The figures show a 57% increase since Aviva last carried out the survey in 2006 when the cost of divorce was around £28,000. While the data suggests legal fees for divorce have actually fallen over the period - from £1,818 to £1,280 - with many opting for cheaper online services, additional costs such as moving house and child maintenance payments mean the overall price of separation has soared. As well as considering the core costs associated with a break-up, the study also looked at added extras that many people buy following a split. The ... Read More »

Partnership: Councils face an additional £1.58 billion annual bill as those prepared to deplete their wealth to avoid paying for care almost doubles

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With an estimated 150,000 entering care each year - specialist Insurer Partnership – suggests that this could see councils shouldering up to an additional £1.58billion burden in England alone if all of those who say they intend to spend their wealth do so. Councils in the South East (£330 million) and North West (£240 million) are likely to be most impacted due to the relatively high number of care homes in these regions. However, people in the East Midlands (53%) are most likely to say they would spend their wealth and fall back on the stat... Read More »

Rio Tinto Ride to Conquer Cancer raises 18 million for cancer research

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They will travel over 100 kilometres through south east Queensland, then camp overnight at Wivenhoe Dam before riding another 100 kilometres back to Brisbane on Sunday. 80 Rio Tinto employees, their family and friends are participating in this year's event as riders, crew, bike techs and volunteers. Since the inaugural event in 2011, Team Rio Tinto has raised over $1 million for QIMR Berghofer. Professor Frank Gannon, Director of QIMR Berghofer said "We are very grateful to the passionate community of riders, volunteers, crew members, don... Read More »

Prudential: Employers embracing multichannel approach to benefits communications

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“Digital communication vehicles continue to develop and progress around us but are not completely eclipsing traditional avenues of communication,” said Jean Wiskowski, vice president, sales strategies, Prudential Group Insurance. “Rather, employers are finding themselves relying on a full suite of tools to reach a dynamic and evolving workforce.” Individual meetings, email, toll-free numbers and mail at home rounded out the top five most successful communication methods. Both targeted marketing mailings and mail received at home drastically ... Read More »

Anglian Water: Have a ‘wheely’ great time on new cycle path from St Neots to Grafham Water

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The high quality, all-weather cycle path forms part of the National Cycle Network and will join up with the popular cycle routes around the Anglian Water-owned water park. To celebrate the opening of the new track, Sustrans volunteers are inviting people to join one of the two casual bike rides they’ll be leading on Sunday 17 August. Both ‘pelotons’ will ride together, enjoying views from the dam and stopping for tea and cakes at the Grafham Water Visitor Centre. Participants can then return with their group, or stay to cycle the famous G... Read More »

Wolters Kluwer Health: With advances in HIV Care, survivors face other disease risks

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In an introductory article, Dr K.M. Venkat Narayan of Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta, and colleagues outline a research and capacity-building agenda to better understand and meet the challenge of NCDs in the growing number of people living with HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa and other parts of the world. They write, "Strengthening in-country research capacity in targeted areas…must be a high priority." Research and Planning to Meet Health Needs of People Living with HIV Large-scale HIV treatment and prevention program... Read More »

CBS: Job vacancies continue slight growth

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Job vacancies rise for fourth successive quarter Largest increase in commercial services Labour market more dynamic Extra work mainly in trade and commercial services The commercial services sector accounted for the largest part of the increase in labour demand. As consumers spent more in shops, there were more vacancies in the retail sector, and in business services it was temp agencies who were looking for more staff. In other sectors of the economy, the number of vacancies changed hardly or not at all. Increasing labour market d... Read More »

German Youth Olympic team flies with Lufthansa to Nanjing

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Let the adventure begin. For the first time there will be 84 junior German athletes taking in the Olympic atmosphere. To ensure that these sportsmen and women can enjoy this exciting trip to the second Youth Olympic Games from the word go right up to the very last minute, the team is flying to Nanjing with Lufthansa, the official airline of the German Olympic Sports Confederation. Today at 6.25 p.m., flight LH 780 will be taking off from Frankfurt non-stop to metropolis in eastern China. In addition to the athletes, there are also 46 trainers, ... Read More »

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