Matt Richtel and Andrew Jacobs, New York Times Published 10:56 am PDT, Saturday, April 6, 2019 FILE — A demonstration of deep-cleaning techniques used on equipment at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, Aug. 17, 2018. A mysterious and dangerous fungal infection called Candida auris has emerged around the world, and its resistance to many anti-fungal medications places it among a growing number of germs that have evolved defenses against common medicines. (Hilary Swift/The New York Times) less FILE — A demonstration of deep-cleaning techniques used on equipment at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, Aug. 17, 2018. A mysterious and dangerous fungal infection called Candida auris has emerged around the ... more Photo: Hilary Swift, NYT Photo: Hilary Swift, NYT Image 1 of / 24 Caption … [Read more...] about A deadly infection, immune to drugs, secretly sweeps the globe
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Japanese personnel provider enters Vietnamese market Representative from Sunwell Solutions Vietnam Yoshioka Reito (R) A representative from Japan’s Sunwell Solutions JSC said on January 23 that its Vietnamese office officially became operational earlier this month. Sunwell Solutions, with eight years experience in providing human resources solutions, aims to increase opportunities for outstanding Vietnamese engineers working at Japanese firms and develop relations between Japanese employers and Vietnamese employees. Yoshioka Reito, a representative of Sunwell in Vietnam, stressed that although it has been established for nine years with highly technical staff, Sunwell is looking to expand its business to great customers, focusing on key fields such as information technology, automobile technology, and refinery projects. According to Reito, Vietnam’s high-quality engineers are able to meet the requirements of Japanese businesses. Sunwell was established with … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF 25/1
Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post Published 7:21 am PST, Wednesday, January 23, 2019 Tamika Capone in her car. Tamika Capone in her car. Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Andrea Morales. Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Andrea Morales. Image 1 of / 8 Caption Close Image 1 of 8 Tamika Capone in her car. Tamika Capone in her car. Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Andrea Morales. They went to Mexico for surgery. They came back with a deadly superbug. 1 / 8 Back to Gallery Tamika Capone thought she was making a smart call by traveling to Mexico for bariatric surgery. Her doctor had urged her to have the procedure to reduce her out-of-control weight and blood pressure. … [Read more...] about They went to Mexico for surgery. They came back with a deadly superbug.
The start of a new year is traditionally when our thoughts turn to embracing a personal health and well-being programme, to readopting the essentials of self-care after the Christmas excesses, and there is no better way to kick-start a healthier existence than on a spa break. But spas shouldn’t just be for January, which is why the number of wellness holidays we Britons take is increasing exponentially each year. Whatever you need, or think you need from a spa, you can find it – a new fitness regime, a diet overhaul, stress-busting techniques or just pure indulgent pampering. Most of all we now recognise that spas are no longer places for the wet and weedy, the soft and the spoiled, for they have established themselves as true holiday destinations with a defined purpose, and places where we can invest our time and money in our own health and well-being. We are constantly reminded that most of us lead sedentary lives, that we eat too much of the wrong stuff, don’t … [Read more...] about 50 amazing spa breaks for 2018
Kim Kozlowski The Detroit News Published 10:41 PM EST Dec 10, 2018 Carly Apple's dad came from a family of six brothers, three of whom had a rare genetic disorder that leads to intellectual disabilities and autism. She loves her three uncles, and can't say enough about the many other people who also have the disorder, known as Fragile X Syndrome. But Apple has known since she was 10 she is a carrier of the Fragile X gene. So when she and her husband, Jonathan Frederick, married in 2013, they began planning their family with in vitro fertilization, a reproductive technology for infertile couples. In some cases, couples also use IVF so they can test their embryos for genetic diseases before implanting them into the womb. That's what Apple and Frederick did, using IVF to create 13 embryos, leading eventually to the birth of two children: a son who's 3 and a daughter who's 1. But several of Apple and … [Read more...] about 10 years later, UM makes progress with stem cell research