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International Business Times
A leading UK supermarket may have infected 'thousands of people' with a pig virus Thousands of British pork lovers may already be infected by a strain of hepatit
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
Thousands of British pork lovers may already be infected by a strain of hepatitis transmitted by some products which are imported and being sold at a leading UK supermarket, according to fresh analysis compiled by scientists from Public Health... Read more
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Eye Witness News
[ANALYSIS] Daddy day care: SA men do take care of kids, research finds South Africa has one of the highest rates of absent fathers in sub-Saharan Af
Eye Witness News / Posted 3 days ago
South Africa has one of the highest rates of absent fathers in sub-Saharan Africa. As much as 60% of children in the country under the age of 10 don’t live with their biological... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
Fortified rice holds promise for combating malnutrition in Bangladesh: WFPConducted by the research centre icddr,b and on behalf of the United Nations Wo
Bdnews24.com / Posted 4 days ago
Conducted by the research centre icddr,b and on behalf of the United Nations World Food Programme or WFP, the study measured the impact of providing rice enriched with micronutrients to women participating in the government’s vulnerable group... Read more
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Scotsman
Dani Garavelli: Fight on our hands to root out slaveryPublic vigilance is as important as legislation in tackling the vicious exploit
Scotsman / Posted 8 days ago
Public vigilance is as important as legislation in tackling the vicious exploitation of migrants and the homeless, writes Dani Garavelli. A week or so ago, I got my nails done for only the second time in my life. Because I have an aversion to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Perth malls 'arms race' to give shoppers more choice than ever beforereminiscent of the mining sector a decade ago. If all projects proceed, the ci
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
reminiscent of the mining sector a decade ago. If all projects proceed, the city will have 49 new or renovated shopping centres — completed or under construction — by 2020, at a cost of more than $5 billion. Real estate agents say the size of... Read more
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New Kerala
FDA Allows WIN Consortium to Proceed with Targeted Tri-Therapy Clinical Trial in First Line Treatment of Metastatic Non Small Cell Lung Cancer - newkerala news #261882Villejuif, France, Aug 10: WIN Consortium (WIN) received the US Food and Drug A
New Kerala / Posted 11 days ago
Villejuif, France, Aug 10: WIN Consortium (WIN) received the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)'s approval to start the clinical investigation of a novel therapeutic approach using a combination of three targeted therapies for the first line... Read more
11d
Business Standard India
Old teeth from cave show humans were in Indonesia 63,000 years agoAn international research team led by Macquarie University applied new archaeol
Business Standard India / Posted 11 days ago
An international research team led by Macquarie University applied new archaeological techniques to a longstanding question - were the human teeth discovered more than 120 years ago from Lida Ajer cave really modern human? The techniques allowed us... Read more
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Daily Mail
Teeth found in a cave push back human occupation of Indonesiathought Experts have analysed two teeth found in a cave in Indonesia in the 19
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
thought Experts have analysed two teeth found in a cave in Indonesia in the 19th Century Our ancestors were on the islands between 73,000 and 63,000 years ago This date ties in with new theories about human settlement in Australia It also... Read more
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Business Wire
FDA Allows WIN Consortium to Proceed with Targeted Tri-Therapy Clinical Trial in First Line Treatment of Metastatic Non Small Cell Lung CancerVILLEJUIF, France--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WIN Consortium (WIN) received the US Food a
Business Wire / Posted 12 days ago
VILLEJUIF, France--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WIN Consortium (WIN) received the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s approval to start the clinical investigation of a novel therapeutic approach using a combination of three targeted therapies for the first... Read more
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Medical News Today
Surprising ways your partner can affect your healthwith could significantly affect your health. Your choice of partner can affect
Medical News Today / Posted 14 days ago
with could significantly affect your health. Your choice of partner can affect your health in many ways, both positively and negatively. Anything from their exercise habits and working hours to their personality can have an impact on your... Read more
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The Economic Times
Extreme weather events 'could kill 150,000 a year'than 1,50,000 people could die as a result of climate change each year in Europ
The Economic Times / Posted 16 days ago
than 1,50,000 people could die as a result of climate change each year in Europe by the end of the century, shocking new research has found. The number of deaths caused by extreme weather events will increase 50-fold and two in three people on... Read more
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17d
Daily Mail
Ex Facebook exec warns robots will lead to society collapsingFormer Facebook exec warns society will collapse into chaos and conflict within
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
Former Facebook exec warns society will collapse into chaos and conflict within 30 years as robots put half of humans out of work (and he's living as a recluse in the woods to avoid it) Antonio García Martinez says tech will cause mass chaos and... Read more
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17d
Daily Mail
A 900-old beautiful 'polar princess' has been revealedIncredible mummy of a 'polar princess' is found close to the Arctic Circle afte
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
Incredible mummy of a 'polar princess' is found close to the Arctic Circle after 900 years - with her hair and long eyelashes still intact – after she was unwrapped from a cocoon of copper and fur Aged around 35, she was the only woman buried around... Read more
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17d
Daily Mail
Did Neanderthals die out because of their Paleo diet? New evidence suggests competition for meat with early humans led to their down
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
New evidence suggests competition for meat with early humans led to their downfall Previously, early humans were thought to eat fish, plants and other meats But the diet of our ancestors was not... Read more
17d
Belfast Telegraph
Why the solution to Brexit is not to have one border, but two A single 'hard' frontier between Northern Ireland and the Republic is a multi
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
A single 'hard' frontier between Northern Ireland and the Republic is a multi-faceted disaster waiting to happen, writes Queen's University academic James Anderson If UK quits customs... Read more
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Mumbrella
News Corp relaunches Mosman Daily and North Shore Times as lifestyle-focused magazinesNews Corp is relaunching its local mastheads, Mosman Daily and North Shore Time
Mumbrella / Posted 18 days ago
News Corp is relaunching its local mastheads, Mosman Daily and North Shore Times, with a magazine style, lifestyle-led format. The publications, which were previously glossy news-led publications, will now be presented as magazine editions with a... Read more
18d
Canberra Times
Canberra Times letters: UnionsACT calls the tuneIf you have ever had any doubt about who runs this city, read how Mr Barr is go
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
If you have ever had any doubt about who runs this city, read how Mr Barr is going to legislate to give the UnionsACT and its affiliates even greater power over all contracts let by the government ("Concern over unions deal", August 1, p1). For some... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times letters: UnionsACT calls the tuneIf you have ever had any doubt about who runs this city, read how Mr Barr is go
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
If you have ever had any doubt about who runs this city, read how Mr Barr is going to legislate to give the UnionsACT and its affiliates even greater power over all contracts let by the government ("Concern over unions deal", August 1, p1). For some... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times letters: UnionsACT calls the tuneIf you have ever had any doubt about who runs this city, read how Mr Barr is go
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 days ago
If you have ever had any doubt about who runs this city, read how Mr Barr is going to legislate to give the UnionsACT and its affiliates even greater power over all contracts let by the government ("Concern over unions deal", August 1, p1). For some... Read more
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18d
B&T
News Corp Re-launches Mosman Daily & North Shore Times Mags As PrestigeNews Corp Australia will today launch the brand new magazine-style Mosman Daily
B&T / Posted 18 days ago
News Corp Australia will today launch the brand new magazine-style Mosman Daily and North Shore Times into the News Prestige Network, with the tagline ‘Local life and luxury on your doorstep.’ The new mags will feature who’s buying and selling what,... Read more
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SciDev.net
Annual mean rainfall erosivity above the global average, by regionstudy, published last month (July) in Scientific Reports, has developed the fir
SciDev.net / Posted 19 days ago
study, published last month (July) in Scientific Reports, has developed the first-ever Global Rainfall Erosivity Database and a Global Erosivity Map. It notes that while rainfall provides moisture critical for plant growth, it is also one of the... Read more
19d
Stamford Advocate
All in the Family: Multigenerational Living Makes a ComebackIt was the cycle that defined American life for decades. People got married, bo
Stamford Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
It was the cycle that defined American life for decades. People got married, bought a house, and started a family. The kids grew up, left the nest, and didn't come back. The empty nesters then downsized to a smaller place to enjoy their golden years.... Read more
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19d
Connecticut Post
All in the Family: Multigenerational Living Makes a ComebackIt was the cycle that defined American life for decades. People got married, bo
Connecticut Post / Posted 19 days ago
It was the cycle that defined American life for decades. People got married, bought a house, and started a family. The kids grew up, left the nest, and didn't come back. The empty nesters then downsized to a smaller place to enjoy their golden years.... Read more
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Greenwich Time
All in the Family: Multigenerational Living Makes a ComebackIt was the cycle that defined American life for decades. People got married, bo
Greenwich Time / Posted 19 days ago
It was the cycle that defined American life for decades. People got married, bought a house, and started a family. The kids grew up, left the nest, and didn't come back. The empty nesters then downsized to a smaller place to enjoy their golden years.... Read more
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The News-Times
All in the Family: Multigenerational Living Makes a ComebackIt was the cycle that defined American life for decades. People got married, bo
The News-Times / Posted 19 days ago
It was the cycle that defined American life for decades. People got married, bought a house, and started a family. The kids grew up, left the nest, and didn't come back. The empty nesters then downsized to a smaller place to enjoy their golden years.... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
All in the Family: Multigenerational Living Makes a ComebackIt was the cycle that defined American life for decades. People got married, bo
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 19 days ago
It was the cycle that defined American life for decades. People got married, bought a house, and started a family. The kids grew up, left the nest, and didn't come back. The empty nesters then downsized to a smaller place to enjoy their golden years.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Mai Fatty Holds First Monthly Press Conferencediscussed issues pertaining to his office. The press conference focuses on two
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 days ago
discussed issues pertaining to his office. The press conference focuses on two main issues which are the bio-metric card and the forensic laboratory deal. He said their main focus will be to train the security personnel such as police and... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Malls shore up for online delugeBoarded-up areas are regular features of the Bangkok malls these days, as retai
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 22 days ago
Boarded-up areas are regular features of the Bangkok malls these days, as retail shops succumb to the lower prices and short shipping times of online retailers. (Photo by Pattarachai Preechapanich) Has the Thai shopping mall era come to an... Read more
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Newham Recorder
Study reveals Newham has growing number of takeawaysnumber of takeaways in Newham is significantly more than the average local auth
Newham Recorder / Posted 24 days ago
number of takeaways in Newham is significantly more than the average local authority, according to a new study. Research from Cambridge University’s Centre for Diet and Activity Research (CEDAR) revealed the borough has 1.34 takeaways... Read more
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The Register
Should you stay awake at night worrying about hackers on the grid?Analysis The energy sector across multiple Western countries is under intensifi
The Register / Posted 24 days ago
Analysis The energy sector across multiple Western countries is under intensified assault by hackers. Security experts warn that industrial systems are wide open to potential exploit once hackers secure a foothold, the most difficult part of the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Over $1 million granted for research about childrenFriday, 28 July 2017, 10:12 amPress Release: Superu Over $1 million has been g
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 25 days ago
Friday, 28 July 2017, 10:12 amPress Release: Superu Over $1 million has been granted to a mix of academic, public and private researchers from the... Read more
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CTV News
Doctors question 'finish your antibiotics' adviceresistance is "unnecessary" drug use, the team writes in The BMJ medical journa
CTV News / Posted 25 days ago
resistance is "unnecessary" drug use, the team writes in The BMJ medical journal. "We encourage policy makers, educators and doctors to stop advocating 'complete the course' when communicating with the public," wrote the team, led by infectious... Read more
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Newsmax
Finish Your Antibiotics Course? Maybe Not, Experts Sayof resistance was "unnecessary" drug use, a team wrote in The BMJ medical journ
Newsmax / Posted 25 days ago
of resistance was "unnecessary" drug use, a team wrote in The BMJ medical journal. "We encourage policy makers, educators and doctors to stop advocating 'complete the course' when communicating with the public," wrote the team, led by infectious... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Finish your antibiotics course? Maybe not, experts sayof resistance was “unnecessary” drug use, a team wrote in The BMJ medical journ
Inquirier.net / Posted 25 days ago
of resistance was “unnecessary” drug use, a team wrote in The BMJ medical journal. “We encourage policy makers, educators and doctors to stop advocating ‘complete the course’ when communicating with the public,” wrote the team, led by infectious... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Finish your antibiotics course? Maybe not, experts sayof resistance was "unnecessary" drug use, a team wrote in The BMJ medical journ
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 26 days ago
of resistance was "unnecessary" drug use, a team wrote in The BMJ medical journal. "We encourage policy makers, educators and doctors to stop advocating 'complete the course' when communicating with the public," wrote the team, led by infectious... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Blackburn with Darwen has HIGHEST proportion of takeaways in EnglandBLACKBURN with Darwen has been revealed as having the highest proportion of fas
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
BLACKBURN with Darwen has been revealed as having the highest proportion of fast food retails outlets in England, according to shock new data. Some 38 per cent of all food retails outlets in the borough are given over to fast food, the highest... Read more
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