Health
02 May, 2013
02 May, 2013
Obesity is an ongoing worldwide issue that every nation is subjected to. According to the World Health Organization, it has doubled in its prevalence since 1980. With the United States leading the list of the countries with the highest obesity rates, one may wonder where Georgia stands. But just because we slather our Churchxela(s) in sweet syrup, doesn’t mean we should sugarcoat the truth.
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25 April, 2013
25 April, 2013
Researchers worldwide have discovered that eating fish regularly – one or two servings weekly – may reduce the risk of diseases accompanying us from the very childhood of ours. Fish is low in fat and it is a great source of omega-3 (an unsaturated fatty acid that occurs naturally in fish oil and is valuable in reducing blood-cholesterol levels). It can contribute to the health of brain tissue and the retina (the light sensitive tissue lining the inner surface of the eye).
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28 March, 2013
28 March, 2013
Tbilisi concert hall in March 31 will host event where participates nearly all Georgian artistic society and this event has one reason to help Giorgi Korganashvili. Giorgi is an actor of Marjanishvili theatre who unexpectedly stumbled upon one of the hardest challenges of life – health problem. One month ago Giorgi was diagnosed aplastic anemia that made his friends organize all their moral forces to stand by him.
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07 February, 2013
07 February, 2013
Charity that showed a considerable mobilization of donors

Recently, with the mediation of Georgia Red Cross Society, Ilia University became a venue for voluntary blood donation. There are several special days, including the World Aids Day, International Volunteers Day and World Blood Donors Day, on which such charities are always conducted. However, it was a happy coincidence, when the wish to help the children ill with leukemia, came in accordance with the quantity of volunteers, which made it possible to hold the charity event.
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29 December, 2012
29 December, 2012
A series of hard-hitting government adverts featuring people smoking cigarettes with a tumour growing from the end is being launched in England.
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28 November, 2012
28 November, 2012
Addiction medicine specialists and Duke University experts warn that baby boomers are vulnerable to drug abuse.
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22 November, 2012
22 November, 2012

Oncologists of A. Gvamichava Oncology National Center have applied to Georgian medical society, the ministry of Labor, Health and Social Care, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development and the government with an open letter asking to discuss with them and solve the problems the clinic and this sphere face recently. Head of the Gynecological  Department of  Oncology National Center, Professor Tengiz Charkviani specifies the matter:

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28 June, 2012
28 June, 2012

On June 21, the Exhibition Center Expo-Georgia hosted the 12th exhibition of medical technologies, laboratory equipment and dentistry. Simultaneously, it gave grounds to the 7th International exhibition called Tbilisi Beauty and Aesthetic Medicine 2012. The expositions were on until June 24. 

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09 February, 2012
09 February, 2012

Recently, a terrible announcement has been on air that daily 8 persons are dying due to the passive smoking. This has awakened a keen interest in us, urging  to investigate  the ‘tobacco situation’  in Georgia, which seems to be highlighted by the First Lady with her initiative “Don’t Worry, Be Healthy” and other respective organizations.  

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15 December, 2011
15 December, 2011

Tara  Green

1. Protein: Avocadoes provide all 18 essential amino acids necessary for the body to form a complete protein. Unlike the protein in steak, which is difficult for most people to digest, avocado protein is readily absorbed by the body because avocadoes also contain fiber.

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The UN Human Rights Council adopted a resolution on the occupied territories of Georgia - "Cooperation with Georgia" within the framework of its 43rd session.
Given that one year has passed since June 20, 2019, it is interesting to see how the West assesses the developments in Georgia during this one year and what expectations it has for the October parliamentary elections.
The Eastern Partnership (EaP) marked its 10th anniversary in 2019. The round dates always come with reflections and new resolutions for the future.
According to a government decree, rail traffic has been resumed today, June 15.
According to Paata Imnadze, Deputy Director of the National Center for Disease Control, the second wave of coronavirus will most likely occur, and if the population does not follow the rules, it will occur sooner.
According to the government's decree, the railway travel will restart from 15 June. As the Georgian Railway states, the company is ready to ensure the safe transportation of its passengers and to follow the Healthcare Ministry's regulations.
Israeli asked Georgia to postpone opening up bilateral tourism, - Administration of the Government of Georgia stated.
The government's report about the measures taken against COVID-19 says that 60 273 coronavirus PCR testings were done on primary samples in Georgia in the period of 30 January - 3 June.
On June 5, 2020, the EU marks World Environment Day within the framework of the Green Week information campaign, held in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture of Georgia, the EU Delegation to Georgia states.
The 8th March agreement concerned not only the change in the electoral system but justice and the impermissibility of political partiality in electoral processes, - stated the Ambassador of the European Union to Georgia, Carl Hartzell during his video broadcast.
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