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Study finds HIV drugs could help stop vision loss

Drugs used to treat the HIV virus and AIDS could be used to fight against vision loss, a US university study said.

Study finds HIV drugs could help stop vision loss
Tags on fish may act as 'dinner bell' for seals: study
Tags on fish may act as 'dinner bell' for seals: study

Sound-emitting tags fitted to fish to track their survival may, paradoxically, be alerting predator seals to their whereabouts.

Tags on fish may act as 'dinner bell' for seals: study
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Small volcanoes could slow global warming: study

Small volcanic eruptions could be slowing global warming by spewing sulfur aerosols that reach the upper atmosphere and reflect sunlight away from the Earth.

Small volcanoes could slow global warming: study
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Obesity costs more than $8 bn in lost US productivity: study

Obesity among workers in the United States is costing the nation $8.65 billion a year in lost productivity, according to a study released.

Obesity costs more than $8 bn in lost US productivity: study
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Can you drink too much milk? Study raises questions

A study in The BMJ medical journal said Swedes with a high intake of cow's milk died younger -- and women suffered more fractures.

Can you drink too much milk? Study raises questions
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Cost of cyber atacks jumps for US firms: study

Cybercrime costs are escalating for US companies and attacks are becoming more complicated to resolve.

Cost of cyber atacks jumps for US firms: study
Eastern China set for record-hot summers: study
Eastern China set for record-hot summers: study

By 2024, more than half of summers in eastern China will be as hot as in 2013, when the region was hit by a record-busting heatwave and devastating drought.

Eastern China set for record-hot summers: study
As babies, 'Nemo' clownfish embark on epic journeys
As babies, 'Nemo' clownfish embark on epic journeys

In the movie "Finding Nemo," a father clownfish swims across the ocean to find the son he lost, but in reality, it's the babies that make long journeys to survive

As babies, 'Nemo' clownfish embark on epic journeys
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Chimps are natural-born killers, say scientists

Chimpanzees can be lethally violent to each other but this stems from an inherent streak and not, as some have suggested, from human interference.

Chimps are natural-born killers, say scientists
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Devastating earthquake in Kazakhstan both distant and imminent: Cambridge Professor

Almaty city in southern Kazakhstan should study active seismic faults to be better prepared for a new devastating earthquake that is "more likely to happen than not".

Devastating earthquake in Kazakhstan both distant and imminent: Cambridge Professor
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Economic growth kills minority languages: study

Economic prosperity is the worst enemy of minority languages.

Economic growth kills minority languages: study
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Excess body weight boosts risk of 10 common cancers: study

Being overweight boosts the risk of 10 common cancers, said a study of UK adults that prompted a call for tougher anti-obesity measures.

Excess body weight boosts risk of 10 common cancers: study
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Over 45,000 Kazakhstanis study abroad

More than 45 thousand Kazakhstani students are studying abroad.

Over 45,000 Kazakhstanis study abroad
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Three Kazakhstanis enter US military academies

Three Kazakhstan students have been admitted into the leading military universities of America this year.

Three Kazakhstanis enter US military academies
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Facebook under fire over 'creepy' secret study

Facebook secretly manipulated the feelings of 700,000 users to understand "emotional contagion" in a study that prompted anger and forced the social network giant on the defensive.

Facebook under fire over 'creepy' secret study
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Better care can save 3-m babies, mothers per year

The lives of three million women and babies can be saved every year by 2025 for an annual investment of about a dollar per head in better maternity care, researchers said.

Better care can save 3-m babies, mothers per year
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China youth suicides blamed on education system: study

China's high-pressure, exam-driven education system is responsible for the vast majority of suicides by schoolchildren in the country, state media said Wednesday, citing a study.

China youth suicides blamed on education system: study
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Pregnant women have more car crashes in 2nd trimester: study

A new study out Monday suggests a new hazard to consider while pregnant: driving.

Pregnant women have more car crashes in 2nd trimester: study
Only 1 in 7 Japanese scientists are women: study
Only 1 in 7 Japanese scientists are women: study

Just a seventh of scientists in Japan are female, government figures show -- the lowest rate of any developed nation, despite being a record high for the country.

Only 1 in 7 Japanese scientists are women: study
Fish losing survival instinct in acidic oceans: study
Fish losing survival instinct in acidic oceans: study

Fish are losing their survival instinct -- even becoming attracted to the smell of their predators -- as the world's oceans become more acidic because of climate change, new research.

Fish losing survival instinct in acidic oceans: study