Jo Coxs sister launches campaign against silent epidemic of loneliness

Jo Coxs sister launches campaign against silent epidemic of loneliness

The sister of murder Labour MP Jo Cox, Kim Leadbeater, helped launch a campaign tackle the silent epidemic of loneliness in parliament on 31 January. 13 charities, including the British Red Cross, the Alzheimers Society and Age UK, are looking to work with politicians to look for practical solutions to reduce the harm of loneliness on individuals and families across the UK. Jan 31, 2017
Adult swaddling therapy fad hits Tokyo

Adult swaddling therapy fad hits Tokyo

A new therapy in which people are wrapped in a large cloth and rocked back and forth is gaining popularity in Japan. The age-old practice of swaddling is traditionally used on babies, but mostly postnatal women are trying the method in the hope of alleviating stiffness and improving posture. Although healthcare professionals aren’t convinced by the therapy, many participants describe a feeling of a warm embrace once swaddled in cloth. Jan 31, 2017
Who is the new Acting US Attorney General Dana Boente?

Who is the new Acting US Attorney General Dana Boente?

After the acting US Attorney General Sally Yates was fired just hours after issuing a memo ordering Justice Department lawyers not to defend President Donald Trumps executive action temporarily banning refugees and people from seven Muslim-majority countries, the White House announced her replacement: Dana Boente. Jan 31, 2017
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Supreme Court refuses to stay Tamil Nadu bill on Jallikattu

The Supreme Court allowed the Centre to withdraw its last year's notification and instead issued a notice to the Tamil Nadu government validating the new law on Jallikattu. The state government has been given six weeks to respond to it. Jan 31, 2017