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New lung transplant technique could save lives
A new technique could help nearly double the precious few hours surgeons have to carry out lung transplants.
High blood pressure big issue in developing world
The number of people across the globe suffering from high blood pressure has almost doubled over the past four decades.
Four-in-10 Japanese are virgins: poll
More than 40 percent of young Japanese single adults are virgins and almost three-quarters of men are not in any kind of relationship.
Study of exhaust particles hints at Alzheimer's risk
Microscopic particles, possibly from air pollution, have been found in human brain tissue, according to a new study into Alzheimer's risk.
Kazakhstan cafe kicks stigma with mentally disabled staff
40-person staff is exclusively composed of patients from local psychiatric institutions in Training Cafe in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Singapore wages war on Zika-bearing mosquitoes
Singapore officials went door-to-door Monday to wipe out mosquitoes after the discovery of 41 locally transmitted cases of Zika virus.
200 people fall sick after ammonia leak in Bangladesh
An explosion at a chemical fertiliser factory left at least 200 people needing medical treatment after toxic gas spread.
Beyond wheatgrass: vegan junk food is all the rage
Vegan diets are considered as healthy and environmentally responsible, with benefits like weight loss, clear skin and increased energy.
US obesity epidemic grows in all ages
The US obesity epidemic has worsened across the board: 40 percent of women, 35 percent of men and 17 percent of children and teens.
US woman rushed to hospital with shark stuck to arm
A woman in the US state of Florida was rushed to a hospital after being bitten by a shark -- with the animal still clutching on to her arm.
80 percent of world's city dwellers breathing bad air: UN
Over 80 percent of the world's city dwellers breathe poor quality air, increasing their risk of lung cancer and other diseases: WHO
Turkmenistan introduces mandatory pre-marital HIV tests
Turkmenistan has passed a law making HIV tests mandatory prior to marriage.
Zika link to new, paralysing disease
Causing brain damage in babies and a rare neurological ailment in adults, the Zika virus is also linked to paralysis-causing myelitis.
Finland probes mystery spike in radioactivity
Finnish authorities are investigating a mysterious spike in levels of radioactive caesium-137 detected over Helsinki.
'Dentist of horror' on trial for mutilating French patients
A Dutchman dubbed the 'dentist of horror' went on trial after causing horrific injuries to the mouths of more than 100 patients in France.
EU delays weedkiller decision amid cancer uproar
The EU postponed a decision to extend the approval of a key weedkiller for another 15 years amid an uproar that it may cause cancer.
Hollande acknowledges impact of nuclear testing in Pacific
French President Francois Hollande acknowledged that three decades of nuclear tests in French Polynesia had had "an impact" on health.
Face value: How fertile women spot rivals
It is not only animals that rely on physical cues to gauge the fertility of potential rivals for a mate.
Nearly 2 million children in Sudan malnourished: UNICEF
Some two million Sudanese children under five suffer from malnutrition every year, UNICEF's representative said on Sunday, urging the international community to boost funding to tackle the problem.
Growing obesity problem in Kazakhstan
Obesity in Kazakhstan is becoming a serious issue. Nutritionists and scientists urge Kazakhstanis to reconsider their nutrition philosophies
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