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Tree rings helped scientists date ancient Greek eruption
Tree ring analysis has helped scientists pinpoint the date of Thera's eruption.
Turkey's currency crisis will hit its Asian trade partners
Amid the turmoil in global markets caused by a sharp decline in the Turkish currency, investors are carefully watching the links between the embattled economy and Asia Pacific countries.
Eurozone limping as global trade war escalates
More evidence that eurozone growth has slowed this year is likely to be seen, when surveys are expected to show an escalating global trade war is hurting producers.
Nearly 80 percent of new diesel cars still pollute beyond legal limits
Some modern cars are emitting 25 times the legal levels of harmful pollutants into the atmosphere, according to a new report.
Japan's manufacturers most confident  in 7 months despite trade war worries
Business confidence among Japanese manufacturers was at its highest in seven months in August thanks to a firm global economy, a Reuters poll showed, but the service sector's mood hit its lowest since 2016, casting doubt on the robustness of domestic demand.
Miniature 'Mona Lisa' replica created using genetically modified bacteria
Scientists have used genetically modified E. coli bacteria to recreate images of some of the world's most famous paintings.
As body mass index increases, blood pressure may as well
Body mass index is positively associated with blood pressure, according to the ongoing study of 1.7 million Chinese men and women being conducted by researchers at the Yale Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE) and in China. These findings appear in the Aug. 17 issue of JAMA Network Open.
Call for smoke ban in the home to protect children
Cancer scientists have renewed calls for smoking to be banned in the home, as almost a third of smokers’ children are left likely to die from lung disease in adulthood.
For babies, solid food at three months may lead to sounder sleep
Babies who got solid food early were sleeping 17 minutes longer per night than those that had breast-fed through six months of age.
Study: High concentrations of heavy metals found in baby foods
Two-thirds of the baby foods tested by Consumer Reports had a troubling cadmium, inorganic arsenic or lead content, a study by the review company showed.
Rise in type 2 diabetes in young people in England and Wales
The number of children and young people being treated for type 2 diabetes in England and Wales has gone up from 507 to 715 in four years, new figures show.
Watery worlds could be common throughout the galaxy
Watery worlds could be common throughout the universe, scientists have said in a discovery that could have major effects on the search for life elsewhere in the universe.
Senior Saudi cleric taken away for ‘secret trial’
A hugely-popular Saudi Sunni cleric, who has been imprisoned since last year for critiquing the kingdom’s policies, is reportedly taken away to attend a “secret trial.”
China military likely training for strikes on US: Pentagon
The Pentagon claims China has expanded its bomber operations, and is “likely training for strikes” against the United States.

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