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AIDS cure may have two main pathways: experts
AIDS cure may have two main pathways: experts

Investigators are looking into two main paths toward a cure for AIDS, based on the stunning stories of a small group of people around the world who have been able to overcome the disease.

AIDS cure may have two main pathways: experts
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Physical inactivity kills 5 million a year: report

A third of the world's adults are physically inactive, and the couch potato lifestyle kills about five million people every year.

Physical inactivity kills 5 million a year: report
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Are athletic records reaching their limits?

Some scientists say sporting records are starting to flatline and one day will become near impossible to beat without drugs, gene splicing or futuristic technology.

Are athletic records reaching their limits?
Quitting smoking adds even more pounds than thought: study
Quitting smoking adds even more pounds than thought: study

Quitting smoking leads to an average weight gain of four to five kilogrammes (nine to 11 pounds) in the first year -- "significantly" more than previously thought.

Quitting smoking adds even more pounds than thought: study
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Quarter of polled Kazakhstan citizens do not read books

A poll on how frequently and what Kazakhstan citizens read was held in June 2012 among 2,307 people from 16 cities of Kazakhstan.

Quarter of polled Kazakhstan citizens do not read books
South Korea to start 'scientific' whaling
South Korea to start 'scientific' whaling

South Korea said Wednesday that it planned to start whaling through a loophole that allows the killing of whales for scientific research, following the lead of Japan's controversial expeditions.

South Korea to start 'scientific' whaling
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Majority of polled Kazakhstan citizens prefer to quench their thirst with tea

Kazakhstan Institute of Political Solutions has made a survey of the beverages preferred by Kazakhstan citizens.

Majority of polled Kazakhstan citizens prefer to quench their thirst with tea
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Kazakhstan people have got about four hours of leisure time daily

Kazakhstan citizens spend 2 hours and 46 minutes a day working and 4 hours and 18 minutes leisuring.

Kazakhstan people have got about four hours of leisure time daily
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World has 5 mn test tube people: estimate

In-vitro fertilisation (IVF) has given the world about five million new people since the first test tube baby was born in England 34 years ago.

World has 5 mn test tube people: estimate
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Kazakhstan wants to sell innovative technologies

Kazakhstan Ministry of Industry and New Technologies has developed the projects to step up technologies commercialization in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan wants to sell innovative technologies
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Study shows spanking boosts odds of mental illness

People who were hit or spanked as children face higher odds of mental ailments as adults, including mood and anxiety disorders and problems with alcohol and drug abuse.

Study shows spanking boosts odds of mental illness
Every fourth Kazakhstan citizen positive about entering WTO
Every fourth Kazakhstan citizen positive about entering WTO

Every fourth Kazakhstan citizen is positive about the prospect of entering the World Trade Organization: poll.

Every fourth Kazakhstan citizen positive about entering WTO
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More jobs created in Kazakhstan with Customs Union

The number of vacancies increased by 43 percent in 2011.

More jobs created in Kazakhstan with Customs Union
Minister of Education and Science of Kazakhstan Bakytzhan Zhumagulov. Photo © Yaroslav Radlovskii
Zhumagulov pointed out low level of science in Kazakhstan

Scientific development is being discussed at the government level; all the research initiatives are supported.

Zhumagulov pointed out low level of science in Kazakhstan
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Majority of Kazakhstan residents deem country's development correct

A majority of the polled Kazakhstan residents think that the country is developing in the correct direction.

Majority of Kazakhstan residents deem country's development correct
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Kazakhstan residents polled about organizers of terrorist attacks

23.9 percent of Kazakhstan residents out of 2,294 respondents blame the Soldiers of Khalifat, Taliban and other foreign extremist groups for the recent terrorist attacks in the country.

Kazakhstan residents polled about organizers of terrorist attacks
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Scholarships from Samruk-Kazyna for Young Researchers in Kazakhstan

Samruk-Kazyna National Welfare Fund (NWF) will launch scholarships for young researchers in Kazakhstan.

Scholarships from Samruk-Kazyna for Young Researchers in Kazakhstan
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Kazakhstan residents concerned about growth of utilities costs the most

Institute of Political Solutions made a rating of Kazakhstan residents' concerns.

Kazakhstan residents concerned about growth of utilities costs the most
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Remains of huge bird of Dinosaurs Age found in Kazakhstan

Remains of a huge bird that lived on Earth in Cretaceous geologic period at Dinosaurs Age were found at the territory of Kazakhstan.

Remains of huge bird of Dinosaurs Age found in Kazakhstan
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Kazakhstan is regional leader by difference in life expectancy between men and women

Kazakhstan is the leader by difference in life expectancy of men and women. This difference is over 10 years: the study.

Kazakhstan is regional leader by difference in life expectancy between men and women