Vegas, Nevada, Feb. 20, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Natural Health Farm Holdings, Inc (OTCQB: NHEL) (the “Company” or “NHF Holdings”), a nutraceutical biotechnology company, today provided this update to shareholders and the investment community detailing its world-class nutraceutical and biotech management and operations teams. “Natural Health Farm Holdings and its subsidiaries are stacked with top-notch management and support staff; each with important contributions to make our growing company a lasting success,” commented Vernon Tee, President of NHF Holdings. “These diverse teams bring together the very best talent available from the nutraceutical, biotech, finance, and sale & marketing sectors. Our emphasis on acquiring high-quality established companies along with their talented leadership will enable us to maintain our growth trajectory and continue producing the very best nutraceutical products, technologies, and services. It is an … [Read more...] about Natural Health Farm Holdings, Inc. Positioned for Growth with World-Class Nutraceutical and Biotech Management and Operations Teams
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Luke Mansillo, The Washington Post Published 4:59 am PDT, Thursday, September 20, 2018 Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison in Canberra, Australia, on Aug. 24, 2018. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison in Canberra, Australia, on Aug. 24, 2018. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Mark Graham. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Mark Graham. Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison in Canberra, Australia, on Aug. 24, 2018. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison in Canberra, Australia, on Aug. 24, 2018. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Mark Graham. Australia has had 7 prime ministers in just 11 years. Blame its quirky election laws. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In late August, Scott Morrison replaced … [Read more...] about Australia has had 7 prime ministers in just 11 years. Blame its quirky election laws.
(CNN) - It's one of the most well-known tenets of modern medicine: An aspirin a day keeps the doctor away. But according to a trio of studies published Sunday in the New England Journal of Medicine, a daily low-dose aspirin regimen provides no significant health benefits for healthy older adults. Instead, it may cause them serious harm.The primary study was a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial -- considered the gold standard for clinical trials. Researchers at Monash University in Australia recruited nearly 20,000 people in that country and the United States, with a median age of 74. All of the participants were considered healthy at time of enrollment, with none known to suffer from heart disease, dementia or persistent physical disability.Half of the study participants received 100 milligrams of aspirin a day; the other half received a placebo. (A typical "low dose" aspirin contains 81 milligrams of the drug).After nearly five years, the researchers did not observe a … [Read more...] about With daily low-dose aspirin use, risks may outweigh benefits for older adults
Former Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton spoke extensively about his parliamentary record and determination to keep Bill Shorten from becoming prime minister after his failed challenge to Malcolm Turnbull's leadership of the Liberal Party this morning.Turnbull called the vote at the Liberal party room meeting, declaring the leadership vacant, and Dutton nominated as the only candidate.Since 2007, no Australian leader has succeeded in serving a full three-year term as prime minister.The government has trailed Labor in most opinion polls since the last election in 2016.In his first speech in Parliament, after beating Democrats leader turned Labor MP Cheryl Kernot for the seat of Dickson in 2001 - an election dominated by the September 11 terrorist attacks and the issue of asylum seekers - Mr Dutton complained that the "boisterous minority and the politically correct seem to have a disproportionate say in public debate"."Our conservative base strongly feel that their voice has been … [Read more...] about Australian PM Turnbull survives leadership challenge
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Australia Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by ByDamien Cave and Isabella Kwai Aug. 20, 2018 SYDNEY, Australia — Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of Australia abandoned plans for emission targets Monday, bowing to pressure from conservatives who considered toppling Mr. Turnbull’s government over an energy policy that aimed to reduce prices and bring the country into line with international climate change commitments. Mr. Turnbull, who looked tired after a weekend of negotiating with colleagues, told reporters Monday morning that the energy policy bill, known as the National Energy Guarantee, would not be introduced in the House of Representatives because there was not enough support. “We are not going to propose legislation purely for the purpose of it being defeated,” he said. Critics immediately called that claim … [Read more...] about Australian Prime Minister Abandons Climate Targets, Bowing to Party Pressure