How poor nourishment in prisons can lead to reoffending
If the UK is to break the cycle of reoffending, it needs to meet the basic needs of young people in prison and respect the basic human right of adequate nutrition
Why the anti-vaccine movement could lead to millions of deaths
Vaccines are widely seen as one of the greatest inventions in medical history. By introducing an agent into the body that resembles a microorganism - from polio to measles or smallpox - vaccines have saved millions of lives. Annually, an estimated two to three million deaths are prevented by jabs and liquid drops - a figure that could rise by 1.5million if more children and adults were treated, according to the UN’s World Health Organisation (WHO).
My Government will lead the way in defeating modern slavery
A year ago the Modern Slavery Act that I brought forward as Home Secretary came into force.
States are failing on vaccinations. The federal government must lead.
Federal lawmakers have a responsibility to protect our children’s health.
Corbyn must lead any caretaker government, says McDonnell
Shadow chancellor backs Labour leader amid concerns over cross-party support
Corbyn must lead any interim government, says shadow chancellor
John McDonnell insists party would not back an alternative to Labour leader as PM
How to lead a brainstorm
Brainstorming was invented in the 1930s as a practical idea-generation technique for regular use by “creatives” within the ad agency BBDO. The skill began to gain a wider audience in 1942, when Ale…
Listen, learn ... then lead
Four-star general Stanley McChrystal shares what he learned about leadership over his decades in the military. How can you build a sense of shared purpose among people of many ages and skill sets? By listening and learning -- and addressing the possibility of failure.
Moscow court rules to release anti-government protester
MOSCOW (AP) - A Moscow court on Wednesday ruled to release a protester, who was facing years in prison for assaulting police, following a mounting public campaign in support of anti-government activists and even bystanders caught up in an opposition rally Following their own pleas to keep the man in jail, prosecutors at a hearing on Wednesday asked the court to release Aidar Gubaidulin on recognizance and review the case to clarify the charges. The court ruled in favor, and the man was…
Brexit chaos in the Commons: what just happened?
Multiple votes on a no-deal Brexit have left MPs and the government in total disarray
Why Seniors Will Lead the Wearables Revolution
Why Seniors Will Lead the Wearables Revolution Experts say seniors will drive demand for “smart” health devices. What’s available now and what’s on the way?
Corrosive Chemistry: How Lead Ended Up in Flint's Drinking Water
When Flint, Mich., switched its water supply, a chemical cascade inside old pipes caused lead to leach into the city's drinking water, triggering a public health emergency.
Why Europe should lead on fight against disease
Donald Trump and Brexit have made European action on disease control more important than ever.
Opinion: How transparency can lead to peace
In Colombia, the implementation of a new peace deal and the SDGs present a unique opportunity to eradicate corruption. Maria Paula Correa, senior director of strategic engagement for Concordia, explains how the country could leverage public-private partnerships to reject the corruption that has pervaded its past.
Gay CEOs urged to lead the way
Does Christopher Bailey's promotion to CEO of Burberry signal a turning point in the visibility of gay people at the top levels of business?
Andy Burnham should take the lead
Letters: Readers on why the mayor of Greater Manchester is the ideal person to succeed Jeremy Corbyn
Silicon Valley start-ups lead the way toward more women in the workplace
Aug 21, 2015 | 4:00 AM Sukhinder Singh, co-founder and CEO of fashion and lifestyle e-commerce site Joyus, is serious about the company's paternity and maternity leave policy. “I started Joyus as a mother of three, and my co-founder had her first and second child while at Joyus.” As Silicon Valley struggles to add more women to its predominantly male workforce — and to support their careers once they're there — some young technology companies are demonstrating how it's done Benefits and working…
Will the SGR Bill Lead to an ICD-10 Implementation Delay?
At this point in time, there is no indication from the federal government that an ICD-10 implementation delay will occur.
What Media Should Know About The Anti-Choice Group Protest ABQ
Meet The Group That Has A History Of Targeting Abortion Providers, Has Connections To Violent Anti-Choice Groups, And Is Now Feeding Misinformation To A Congressional Panel
The Top Story: Thailand’s Defiant Anti-Government Protesters Dismiss Sunday’s Poll
MHz Networks brings you The Top Story- the only digital short delivering each day's biggest global story back to back in English, as told by our premier international news broadcast partners. Today's Topic 02/03/14: During the tense election process, anti-government protesters stopped candidates from registering, blocked delivery of ballot boxes and prevented people from casting their votes. As a result, voting was disrupted in 69 out…