Mon, 26 Jan 2015 08:14:35 GMT

BBC News

Staff training to support mums with mental health issues
BBC News
Staff working with new mums are to get more training to help them support those experiencing mental health problems. Councils will each get £10,000 from the Welsh government to train Flying Start and Families First staff to identify those in need of help.

Mon, 26 Jan 2015 08:12:49 GMT

The News-Press

Six named to editorial board
The News-Press
Today, we are pleased to announce the new editorial board for The News-Press, responsible for helping shape the voice and direction on many issues and providing debate and discussion within our various Southwest Florida communities. Not only are we ...

Mon, 26 Jan 2015 08:08:08 GMT

Public News Service

Take with a Grain of Salt: New Study on Sodium and Health
Public News Service
While people should be conscious of not regularly consuming too much salt, Lopez-Jimenez explains that getting too little can also lead to health issues. "When you restrict the sodium intake too low, what we call the vascular volume shrinks,” he points out.

Mon, 26 Jan 2015 08:01:40 GMT

MidwestViews Opinions from newspapers commenting on Western issues
The Idaho Statesman
Obama's decision to visit universities so soon after his State of the Union speech was not coincidental. He touched on education issues during that speech, and certainly he found an attentive audience when he walked into Anschutz Sports Pavilion, just as he ...

Mon, 26 Jan 2015 07:58:51 GMT

Alexander Mining Issues 5 Million Shares For Consultancy Fees (ALLISS)
London South East
LONDON (Alliance News) - Alexander Mining PLC Monday said it has issued 5 million new shares at 0.60 pence each to an adviser and consultant to cover fees. The company's shares closed at 0.675 pence on Friday. By Steve McGrath ...

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