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US seen as 'first among equals' in 2030: intel report

The United States will likely be the "first among equals" rather than a lone superpower by 2030, in an increasingly chaotic world where China is the top economy.

US seen as 'first among equals' in 2030: intel report
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Beer is good for you: study finds anti-virus powers

Consuming large quantities of a key ingredient in beer can protect against winter sniffles and even some serious illnesses in small children, a Japanese brewery said citing a scientific study.

Beer is good for you: study finds anti-virus powers
Sperm count of French men falls by one-third: study
Sperm count of French men falls by one-third: study

The sperm count in French men dropped by nearly one-third between 1989 and 2005 and the quality of sperm also declined.

Sperm count of French men falls by one-third: study
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New media world won't end need for journalists: study

Bloggers, "crowdsourcing" and computer-generated articles are making contributions to the news media, but they cannot replace professional journalists in digging up important news.

New media world won't end need for journalists: study
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What's eating the sea butterfly? CO2, study says

Rising acidity is eating away the shells of tiny snails, known as "sea butterflies", that live in the seas around Antarctica, leaving them vulnerable to predators and disease.

What's eating the sea butterfly? CO2, study says
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No cognitive decline for women with migraines: study

Women suffering from migraines are more likely to experience changes to their brain tissue, though these do not appear to cause long-term damage to their mental condition.

No cognitive decline for women with migraines: study
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Fifth of US youth with HIV unaware during first-time sex

Twenty percent of young people born with HIV in the United States don't know they're infected when they have sex for the first time, according to a new study released Friday.

Fifth of US youth with HIV unaware during first-time sex
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Regular exercise raises life expectancy: study

Regular moderate exercise can raise life expectancy -- even among people who are overweight, a study said Tuesday.

Regular exercise raises life expectancy: study
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Cancer drug helps MS patients, trials show

A drug initially developed to treat some types of cancer now appears to help people suffering from multiple sclerosis (MS), a study said Thursday.

Cancer drug helps MS patients, trials show
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Breast cancer screening saves lives, says study

The benefits of preemptive breast cancer screening outweigh the risks, a study said Tuesday, insisting the practice saves thousands of lives.

Breast cancer screening saves lives, says study
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Women smokers who quit before 40 gain nine years in lifespan

Women can add nine years to their lives by quitting smoking before the age of 40 but still face a 20-percent higher death rate than those who never smoked.

Women smokers who quit before 40 gain nine years in lifespan
Canadians' well-being down as economy grows: study
Canadians' well-being down as economy grows: study

Quality of life for Canadians has dropped significantly since the last recession in 2008, even though indicators show a rebound in the economy, said a study published Tuesday.

Canadians' well-being down as economy grows: study
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Women still face gender gap in jobs, wages: report

Women are closing the gender gap with men in health and education but struggle to get top jobs and salaries, data from a study of 135 countries showed on Wednesday.

Women still face gender gap in jobs, wages: report
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Obesity surgery is good for the heart: research

Bariatric surgery to help the obese shed weight also reduces risks of cardiovascular disease, according to a review published on Wednesday in the specialist journal Heart.

Obesity surgery is good for the heart: research
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Smoking in cars beats UN pollution threshold

Smoking in cars raises levels of dangerous fine-particle pollutants to many times the limit recommended by the world's health agency.

Smoking in cars beats UN pollution threshold
Mars rover makes surprising rock find
Mars rover makes surprising rock find

A rock analyzed by NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has a surprising and more varied composition that resembles rare rocks from the bowels of our planet.

Mars rover makes surprising rock find
Cannabis eases sclerosis stiffness - study
Cannabis eases sclerosis stiffness - study

Use of cannabis extract helps ease painful muscle stiffness among patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a large trial published on Tuesday in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry.

Cannabis eases sclerosis stiffness - study
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Tomatoes can lower stroke risk: study

Eating tomatoes can dramatically reduce the risk of having a stroke, according to a new study out Monday that provided more support for diets rich in fruits and vegetables.

Tomatoes can lower stroke risk: study
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Facebook and Twitter more tempting than sex: study

A study arousing interest online Friday found that checking Facebook or Twitter is more alluring than sex for those immersed in Internet Age lifestyles.

Facebook and Twitter more tempting than sex: study
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Australia admits neglect of Great Barrier Reef

The Australian government admits the Great Barrier Reef has been neglected for decades after a study showed it has lost more than half its coral cover in the past 27 years.

Australia admits neglect of Great Barrier Reef