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16:17, 25 January 2015 Sunday
Health & Environment

13:21, 22 January 2015 Thursday
The outbreak of H5N1 bird flu in Nigeria rising

Nigeria H5N1 bird flu now in 7 states, suspected in 140,000 birds

10:08, 22 January 2015 Thursday
Video-based therapy may help babies at risk of autism

Using video feedback-based therapy to help parents understand and respond to their baby's early communication style might help modify emerging autism symptoms

17:05, 21 January 2015 Wednesday
U N Ebola chief calls for final 1 billion to

The unprecedented outbreak has so far killed more than 8,400 people, overwhelmingly in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.

11:22, 21 January 2015 Wednesday
Obama calls for major new personalized medicine initiative

Obama launched a new precision medicine initiative to bring closer to curing diseases like cancer and diabetes

14:02, 19 January 2015 Monday
Woman dies of H5N1 bird flu in Egypt

At least 10 people died from the disease in Egypt in 2014

09:01, 19 January 2015 Monday
Europe's tuberculosis hub Britain seeks to wipe out the disease

Britain has one of the highest persistent tuberculosis (TB) rates in western Europe

09:19, 17 January 2015 Saturday
Nigeria says finds an H5 strain of bird flu in

Nigeria, Africa's most populous country and biggest economy, was the continent's first country to detect bird flu in 2006

22:27, 16 January 2015 Friday
Last year was Earth's hottest on record U S scientists

The data showed that the 10 warmest years since records began in the 19th century had occurred since 1997

11:58, 16 January 2015 Friday
Brazil fights 'epidemic' of cesarean births

Nearly 85 percent of births are delivered by C-section in Brazil's private hospitals

10:55, 15 January 2015 Thursday
Sea level rise quickens more than thought in threat to

Sea level rise is gnawing away at shores from Miami to Shanghai. In cities such as Jakarta, the rise is aggravated by big local subsidence.

12:25, 14 January 2015 Wednesday
Polar bears migrate north of Canada seeking longer lasting ice

The migration has occurred during the last one to three generations of the predators, or between 15 and 45 years

09:26, 10 January 2015 Saturday
Indonesian indigenous groups look to tourists to protect forests

The project was inspired by similar initiatives in the Amazon region of Latin America

14:38, 09 January 2015 Friday
Tailor-made vaccine set to banish Africa's meningitis epidemics

Meningococcal meningitis infects the thin lining surrounding the brain and spinal cord. It can cause severe brain damage, deafness, epilepsy or necrosis and, if untreated, is fatal in 50 percent of cases

09:39, 09 January 2015 Friday
Pivotal Ebola vaccine trials to start this month or next

If effective, the shots will be available for deployment a few months later.

11:09, 07 January 2015 Wednesday
Shell to pay 83 5m for Nigeria oil spill

Some 3,800 barrels spilled, according to an investigation by Shell and government officials. It ranks as one of the worst in Nigeria for years, local environmental activists said.

22:50, 05 January 2015 Monday
Cold weather can actually cause colds study finds

The new study showing cold viruses replicated more efficiently and produced higher levels of infectious particles at the lower temperature.

11:18, 05 January 2015 Monday
Fukushima rice passes radiation tests for first time since disaster

Miniscule amounts of rice produced in 2012 and 2013 failed to pass radiation checks and had to be destroyed.

11:30, 04 January 2015 Sunday
Concerns linger after oil spill in Bangladeshi forest

350,000 liters of oil were spilled into the Sunderbans forest in December, raising fears of potential long-term damage

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