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Latin America loses billions of dollars to ‘double burden’ of undernutrition...

WST News Desk A UN study has found that undernutrition and obesity have cost Latin America billions of dollars. Undernutrition and obesity are the two sides...

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    Latin America loses billions of dollars to ‘double burden’ of undernutrition...

    WST News Desk A UN study has found that undernutrition and obesity have cost Latin America billions of dollars. Undernutrition and obesity are the two sides...

    Mother Earth Day: Environmental and climate literacy vital for a cleaner,...

    WST News Desk Environmental and climate literacy is the engine not only for creating green voters and advancing environmental and climate laws and policies but...

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    Finding ways to fix the climate before it is too late

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    Creative people have better-connected brains

    WST News Desk Seemingly countless self-help books and seminars tell you to tap into the right side of your brain to stimulate creativity. But forget...

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    Do you know the Surprising History of International Women’s Day?

    WST News Desk  Do you know the Surprising History of International day ?International Women’s Day is a global celebration in more than 100 countries today,...

    New report reveals devastating human toll of Blyvooruitzicht Mine liquidation

    WST News Desk Paris,France  The human toll of the abrupt closure of the Blyvooruitzicht Gold Mine in 2013 is devastating, according to a new FIDH and...

    HOW TO TRAVEL THE WORLD FOR FREE ?

    WST News Desk HOW TO TRAVEL THE WORLD FOR FREE ? Most of people like travelling all around the world . Very few people only travel...

    STORIES

    Sexism, gender bias, harassment in startups: Sharmin Ali’s book tells it...

    WST News Desk Sharmin Ali is crowdfunding her latest book about her challenges as an entrepreneur — especially as a woman — in the startup...

    ‘All human beings are entrepreneurs’, says the Nobel laureate who helped...

    WST News Desk Winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, Prof Muhammad Yunus is well known for his groundbreaking work in alleviating a sizeable population...

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    Latin America loses billions of dollars to ‘double burden’ of undernutrition...

    WST News Desk A UN study has found that undernutrition and obesity have cost Latin America billions of dollars. Undernutrition and obesity are the two sides...

    Accountability for rights abuses in South Sudan ‘more important than ever

    WST News Desk A lack of accountability for crimes perpetrated during the ongoing conflict in South Sudan remains one of the country's “biggest challenges,” the...

    UN food relief agency air-lifts food, medical supplies to 31,000 famine-stricken...

    WST News Desk As the drought intensifies in the south and north-eastern Somalia, the United Nations emergency food relief agency today airlifted to Mogadishu enough...

    I ABORTED MY BABY – BECAUSE IT WAS A BOY

    WST News Desk Over the past 3 years, I have lost many friends, and several of my own family members have completely cut off communication...

    Senior UN official in South Sudan warns women and girls face...

    WST News Desk Without peace in South Sudan, millions of people will go hungry and millions of women and girls could be raped as they...
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    Crime Victims’ Institute releases report on victimization in Texas

    WST Reporter,Texas,US The Crime Victims' Institute (CVI) released a summary of key indicators of victimization in Texas, which reflects changes in reported incidents, service utilization,...

    Four apps you should have while travelling

    WST Research Bureau  Mobile phone has become a digital oxygen of people. The phone functions as camera, guide, watch etc to a traveler. And if you...

    Ten Reasons to Pursue a Career in Social Work

    WST News Desk Social work is part of life. Mostly, people, they do social activities because of passion and they feel to do. Doing social...

    Kids’ hands may be a source of significant nicotine exposure

    WST News Desk Children may carry significant levels of nicotine on their hands just by coming into contact with items or surfaces contaminated with tobacco...

    Bad cold? If you’re lonely, it may feel worse

    WST News Desk Suffering through a cold is annoying enough, but if you're lonely, you're likely to feel even worse, according to Rice University researchers. A...

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    ‘Tough Guy’ Farmers Stand Up To Italian Mafia — And Win

    WST News Desk Imagine a tough guy who stands up to organized crime, and you probably think of a steely cop or a crusading prosecutor....

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      Will a robot take away my job?

      WST News Desk Since some years Unemployment is one of the big challenges for developed country too. With the development of technology, the opportunities for...

      New class discrimination carried by technology

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