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Coal miners at growing risk of developing debilitating, deadly lung fibrosis
The number of cases of progressive massive fibrosis (PMF) among US coal miners has risen during the past two decades, even as the number of coal miners has declined, according to new research published online in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society.
Type 2 diabetics can reduce risk for cardiovascular disease
People with type 2 diabetes can significantly reduce their risk of cardiovascular disease with proper treatment and not smoking, according to a study in Sweden.
Low-carb diets could shorten life, study suggests
A low-carb diet could shorten life expectancy by up to four years, a study suggested.
Scientists finally crack wheat’s absurdly complex genome
Scientists decoded the genome of rice in 2002. They completed the soybean genome in 2008. They mapped the maize genome in 2009. But only now has the long-awaited wheat genome been fully sequenced. That delay says nothing about wheat’s importance.
Iran's science production higher than other Islamic nations
Iran had the most science production among Islamic nations in 2017, said Deputy Health Minister for Research and Technology Reza Malekzadeh.
Saudi detains ‘Daesh-inspired’ citizen on terror charges
Saudi Arabia says it has arrested a citizen suspected of planning a terror attack after engaging in an overnight gunfight with the heavily armed man, who is said to have links with the Takfiri Daesh terror group.
Israeli forces arrest four Palestinian fishermen off Gaza coast, seize their boats
Palestinian officials say Israeli naval forces have opened fire on several Palestinian fishing boats off the coast of the besieged Gaza Strip, and arrested four.
German firms ignore EU appeal, end Iran projects
Deutsche Telekom and Deutsche Bahn, two state-owned German companies, are following car manufacturer Daimler and mechanical engineering company Herrenknecht to withdraw from Iran because of US sanctions.
US drug overdose deaths surge to record 72,000 last year
US drug overdose deaths surged to about 72,000 last year as addicts increasingly turn to extremely powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl, according to data by the US government.
UN experts call for release of top Bahraini campaigner Nabeel Rajab
UN human rights experts say Bahrain's detention of prominent opposition figure and leading pro-democracy campaigner Nabeel Rajab is unlawful and violates his right to freedom of expression.
Turkey to emerge stronger from US-made lira crisis: Finance minister
Turkey's finance minister has reassured thousands of foreign investors that Ankara will manage to contain the currency crisis triggered by a dispute with the US, vowing that his country will only emerge "stronger" from the current market volatility.
Former British FM Johnson urged to pay back his Kabul trip costs
Activists and politicians have called on former British foreign minister Boris Johnson to pay back to the public the costs of a trip he made to Afghanistan in June amid a public row over the construction of a third runway at the Heathrow International Airport.
Turkey 'neutralizes' most wanted PKK terrorist in northern Iraq
Turkish military forces have killed a high-ranking member of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group during a counter-terrorism operation in Iraq's northern semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.
S Korea in talks with US to receive exemptions on Iran oil sanctions
South Korea says it is in talks with the US government to receive exemptions on Washington’s upcoming sanctions on oil imports from Iran -- Seoul's third crude supplier.
British police plagued by high levels of sexual harassment: Study
A new study has shown that police staff in the United Kingdom have been subject to widespread cases of sexual harassment by colleagues.

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