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John Besh restaurants fostered culture of sexual harassment, 25 women say

Restaurant Luke, in New Orleans, in 2009. (David Grunfeld, | The Times-Picayune archive). Problems extended to some BRG restaurants. Most of the women interviewed by | The Times-Picayune said BRG's problems extended beyond the corporate office and beyond Besh and Mantilla's personal interactions with female employees. The majority of the 25 women who claimed to have experienced sexual harassment at the company work or have ... Full story

Let’s end the silence around abuse

When a young woman texted with a heartbreaking cry for help, the organization responded by opening a nationwide Crisis Text Line for people in pain. Nearly 10 million text messages later, the organization is using the privacy and power of text messaging to help people handle addiction, suicidal thoughts, eating disorders, sexual abuse and more. But there's an even bigger win: The anonymous data collected by text is teaching us ... Full story

Postnatal depression less likely after winter or spring births

At least 10% of women experience some degree of anxiety or depression after giving birth. Photograph: Getty Images. Women who give birth in winter or spring are less likely to suffer postnatal depression than at other times of year, a study has shown. Other factors affecting the risk of postnatal depression, also known as postpartum depression (PPD), included the length of pregnancy, whether or not an epidural was given during delivery, and ... Full story

Pregnant British woman ordered by NHS to prove she is from UK to receive free treatment

A pregnant British woman, who took her Polish husband's surname, has been ordered to prove she is from the UK in order to receive free NHS treatment. Emma Szewczak-Harris received a letter from Cambridge University Hospitals foundation trust after attending an appointment at Addenbrooke's Hospital. The letter, titled "failure to provide proof of identification and residence", asked the 26-year-old to provide evidence for the hospital to "assess ... Full story

9 ways to help your anxiety

The one benefit of so many people suffering from depression and anxiety is the collective well of personal experience those going through a tough time can draw on. People took to Reddit to share their top tips on what helped them to overcome their own depression or anxiety. Full story

These are the Jobs that Artificial Intelligence Will Eliminate First

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Green Tea Extract May Cause Liver Damage, American College of Gastroenterology Warns

This doesn't mean you have to give up your morning cup of tea, though. Read on to find out exactly what you need to know. Full story

How to Treat Adult Acne

Give stubborn adult acne the kiss-off for good with these tried-and-true (and proven) tips. Full story

5 Halloween hazards and how insurance can help

Santa Ana, California, ranked at the top. CONNECT LINKEDIN EMAIL MORE. When ghosts and goblins run amok, only people with the right insurance will be in luck. Find out which policies pay when Halloween pranks are more trick than treat — or when something more serious happens. 1. YOUR CAR GETS EGGED. Last year, insurance claims related to car vandalism increased on Halloween and the days before and after, says Kevin Quinn, vice president of ... Full story

Doctors See Daily Success at Butaro Cancer Center

Five years after opening, the Butaro Cancer Center of Excellence is achieving extraordinary successes in rural northern Rwanda, amid daunting challenges. Doctors at the Partners In Health-supported facility are treating about 1,700 patients every year, young and old, on the campus of the public Butaro District Hospital. The campus lies amid lush, green hills in a remote region not far from the Ugandan border. Many patients, family members, and ... Full story