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18 Oct 14 - Health And Wellness Directories News
Hanover Township to host seventh annual health and wellness expo
On Thursday, from 2-6 p.m., Hanover Township, Cook County Commissioner Timothy O. Schneider and Victory Centre of Bartlett will host the seventh annual “Just for the Health of It” community health and wellness expo at the Hanover Township Senior ...
The Air You Breathe Can Hurt Your Heart
Dr. Barzilai says more studies will help answer many questions about exactly how air pollution affects heart health. “We need more studies to clearly understand this,” he says.
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Feeling Short of Breath? You May Have Asthma
If you think that you may have asthma, it's a good idea to schedule a medical appointment. Your doctor can easily test you so that you know for sure.
Property trusts curb support for Chinese developers as debt mounts
Property trusts are funnelling the least amount of money into mainland developers in almost five years as maturing debt balloons, escalating default concerns.
Moody's upbeat on Chinese developers' prospects
Mainland developers hit by shrinking profit margins and rising debt levels in first-half earnings reports can look forward to a better second half, Moody's Investors Service says.
China and the US must lead by example for peace in Asia-Pacific
US National Security Adviser Susan Rice's recent trip to China has raised expectations that when President Barack Obama visits Beijing in November, the current testy relations between the two countries can be improved.
Tough-talking activist reveals 'sweet' side
Tough-talking activist reveals 'sweet' side. Democracy activist Alex Chow Yong-kang isn't one to mince his words when it comes to criticising Beijing's restrictions on political reform.
Yuen Long shelter owner gets light sentence after dogs starve to death
A dog shelter owner has been sentenced to 160 hours of community service after entrusting 74 animals to a person who left them unattended - causing 20 of them to die.
Change way property is taxed to ease supply and prevent hoarding
Homes should be built and owned solely for people to live in and not as a means of making money, at least until there are enough affordable housing units built.
Development secretary's wife tells libel trial 'God will be final judge'
The wife of Development Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po had a heated verbal exchange with a lawyer when she was questioned about her core value - truthfulness - in the libel case where she and her husband are accused of defaming two school pupils.
Wuzhou International in talks with Alibaba over possible co-operation
Mainland trade centres and logistics property operator Wuzhou International is in talks with e-commerce powerhouse Alibaba for possible co-operation, founder and chairman Shu Cecheng told the South China Morning Post yesterday.
Premier Li's tour gives boost to Shanghai trade zone
Premier Li Keqiang is set to make the most of the launch of an international gold trading platform today as he beats the drum for the further development of the Shanghai free-trade zone, which has failed to live up to expectations in its first year ...
Hong Kong contractors' bid-rigging is behind rising prices
One contractor who asked to remain anonymous described three separate groups of contractors and surveyors that divvy up renovation projects through manipulated tender processes where winning bids are often three times market norms.
New plan for Tuen Mun landfill extension fails to satisfy councillors
The environment minister has been told to come up with a better offer if he wants to stand a chance of winning over local politicians resisting a landfill extension plan in Tuen Mun.
PolyU professor's traffic system wins Apec award after easing jams in Bangkok
A Polytechnic University professor has won a prestigious prize for developing a traffic management system that has slashed commuting times in the highly congested streets of Bangkok.
Confident Hong Kong aim for win against Afghanistan
Hong Kong hope to draw on a spirited performance against Uzbekistan in their opening game as they continue their soccer campaign in South Korea on Thursday night.
Top executives from Chinese shoemaker Ultrasonic missing
A Germany-listed shoemaker became the latest Chinese company to report the disappearance of top executives, underscoring the danger of doing business in China at a time corporate governance is under scrutiny.
Investors brace for US Fed verdict on interest rates
There is a distinct chance US Federal Reserve officials will rewrite their strategy for normalising monetary policy this week given signs that a roller-coaster debate over a new tool for controlling interest rates is nearing its resolution.
Jimmy Lai visits ICAC headquarters 3 weeks after graft-busters raid his home
Jimmy Lai Chee-ying - boss of Next Media, Beijing critic and key donor to the pan-democratic camp - paid a visit to the headquarters of the city's anti-graft agency yesterday and stayed for more than two hours.
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