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Sarin or similar used in Idlib attack – UK citing head...

Sarin or a similar banned toxin was used in an attack in Syria's Idlib province on April 4 that killed nearly 90 people, the...

Companies told to halt production in northern Chinese city in anti-pollution...

HONG KONG About half a dozen listed Chinese companies, mainly in the pharmaceutical sector, have temporarily halted production in China's northern city of Shijiazhuang...

Could squid and chips be a taste of things to come...

Squid and chips - hardly a household favourite at the moment but a new study suggests traditional cold-water fish like cod and haddock are...

Will a river pool turn Berlin’s Mitte into a trashy beach...

How would a huge swimming area right by the Museum Island change Berlin? DW's Gero Schliess explored the project "Flussbad Berlin" and believes the...

Review offers limited support for using yoga for back pain relief

By Gene Emery (Reuters Health) - A new review of past research shows limited evidence that yoga may be better than no exercise when it...

Cyber worm attack propels health funding to centre of British election...

By Guy Faulconbridge and Michael Holden | LONDON The most disruptive cyber attack in the history of Britain's National Health Service propelled a debate over...

Poll lead falls, but May to stick with elderly-care cuts

By William James | LONDON British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party said on Sunday it would not ditch proposals to reduce support for elderly...

Prince William warns ‘stiff upper lip’ can damage mental health

By Estelle Shirbon | LONDON Prince William has warned British men that keeping a "stiff upper lip" by bottling up emotions was detrimental to mental...

French foie gras makers worry as bird flu spreads in Europe

By Sybille de La Hamaide | PARIS New outbreaks in Europe of a severe strain of bird flu pose a fresh worry for French foie...

Brains of obese people wired to crave fatty foods: Aussie study

SYDNEY (Xinhua) -- The brains of obese people could be "wired" to seek out fatty foods, Australian scientists have found. Researchers from the Bio-Medicine Discovery...

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