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US Withdraws From UNESCO Over It’s Anti Israel Bias

The Trump administration announced on Thursday that it would pull out from UNESCO, the United Nation cultural organisation, after years of the US dissociating itself because of what it called the group’s “anti-Israel bias.” “This resolution was not taken gently,” according to a State Department statement issued on Thursday. In …

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How Cesarean Deliveries May Results To Obesity In Children

New research, which has been published in the journals, explains how giving birth through a cesarean delivery may lead to weight gain in Children. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommend that the total number of cesarean deliveries does not exceed 15 percent of live births. Many Deliveries through cesarean are …

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Donald Trump Under Pressure Over Iran Nuclear Deal

Pressure is mounting on US President Donald Trump as he consider a key announcement on whether Iran is abiding with the nuclear deal. If, as US media predicts, he does not certify the agreement, Congress will then decide whether to impose another sanctions. He has till 15 October to make …

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Spanish PM Threatens To Take Control Of Catalonia

Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy delivered a hidden warning to the separatist leaders of Catalonia that his government would take over the divided region if they pushed on with their bid for independence. Mr Rajoy request to know if Catalonia’s leader Carles Puigdemont had declared independence during a speech on …

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Traumatic Experiences May Raise Woman’s Heart Disease Risk

Undergoing a high number of traumatic occurrence could increase a woman’s risk of developing heart disease, especially after menopause, a new study propose. Researchers establish that women who reported at least three traumatic experiences in their lifetime had bad endothelial function than those who had lesser traumatic experiences. Endothelial function …

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Risk Of Liver Disease May Be Increased By Gastric Acid Drugs

Researchers found that proton pump inhibitors, which are drugs used to lower gastric acid, could boost the growth of a type of bacteria connected with chronic liver diseases. Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are drugs that reduce the production of gastric, or stomach, acid in the long-term. PPIs are often used …

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Google Discover Russia Involvement In Financing Ads On You tube, Gmail

Russian operatives reportedly spent tens of thousands of dollars on ads on Google’s YouTube, Gmail and Google Search products in an attempt to interfere in the 2016 United State presidential election. A source briefed on the Google’s probe, but not permit to talk about the details, told the Reuters news …

Smoking
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Maternal Smoking May Lead To Cerebral Palsy In Children

Smoking during pregnancy can be dangerious for both mother and baby. Now, a new study provides more proof that maternal smoking is a risk factor for cerebral palsy in offspring, and it has reveal the mechanisms behind this connection. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), around …

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In-take Of Antibiotics May Prevent Breast Cancer

Researchers worked on the bacterial composition of breast tissue in women having breast cancer and discovered that it has insufficient amount of a kind of bacterial genus known as Methylobacterium. The total amount of bacteria present in human body, is noticed to play an important role in growth of so …

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Angel Merkel Imposes Annual 200,000 Cap on Refugees Germany Will Accept

Angela Merkel has agreed to cap the number of refugees arriving in Germany at 200,000, as a modification during coalition dialogue to form a new government. The German chancellor, who has opened up Germany’s borders to people running away from war in the Middle East and Africa, made the concession …

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