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Eating breakfast burns more carbs during exercise
Eating breakfast before exercise may ‘prime’ the body to burn carbohydrates during exercise and more rapidly digest food after working out, University of Bath researchers have found.
One in 20 suicides may be triggered by a brain injury
One in 20 suicides could be triggered by damage to the brain causes by road traffic accidents, assaults or falls, scientists have found.
Iran to host largest pharma event in Middle East
The largest pharmaceutical event in Iran and in the Middle East, Iran Pharma Expo 2018, will be held late in September with more than 500 active companies in the field of medicine and related industries, in attendance.
US sanctions on Iran may push oil prices above $150: Hedge funds
Upcoming US sanctions on Iran's energy sector, which snap back on November 4, could push oil prices above $150 a barrel from around $75 now, prominent hedge funds have warned.
Illinois sues Trump Tower over Chicago River water use
Illinois' attorney general is suing Chicago's Trump International Hotel & Tower for allegedly breaking environmental laws.
Long-acting injection a shot in the arm for GSK's HIV business
A long-acting injection developed by GlaxoSmithKline, a British pharmaceutical company, and given once a month has proved as effective as standard daily pills for controlling the AIDS virus, lifting prospects for the British drugmaker’s key HIV business.
China's new home price growth hits two-year high as small cities boom
China’s new home prices accelerated at their fastest pace in almost two years in July, led by smaller cities and highlighting challenges policymakers face in stimulating a slowing economy without fueling a property bubble.
Alizadeh might be forced to retire from taekwondo after ACL injury, coach says
Iranian taekwondo practitioner Kimia Alizadeh Zenoozi would likely be forced to retire from the sport on medical advice following an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury she suffered during a training session earlier this month.
New Zealand passes ban on foreign homebuyers into law
New Zealand’s parliament passed a law on Wednesday to ban many non-resident foreigners from buying existing homes, completing the Labour-led government’s election campaign pledge.
Furfural derivatives a way to make renewable fuel production financially appealing
Sales of furfural derivatives could make renewable fuel production considerably more financially attractive, according to a new University of Maine study.
Global temperatures likely to be ‘abnormally high’ for at least four years
Sizzling heatwaves are likely to be a feature of the global climate for at least the next four years, said scientists.
Unpublished Egyptian texts reveal new insights into ancient medicine
The University of Copenhagen in Denmark is home to a unique collection of Ancient Egyptian papyrus manuscripts. A large part of the collection has not yet been translated, leaving researchers in the dark about what they might contain.
China's Jiangsu province to consolidate steel mill locations in efficiency drive
After years of getting rid of outdated excess capacity, the latest measures are the next front in the government’s long-term effort to upgrade and streamline its smokestack industries.
Genoa bridge collapse: Search for bodies continues as Italy seeks answers
Rescuers worked through the night to account for all of the victims of Tuesday's Morandi Bridge disaster in Genoa, as Italy's President called for a "serious and severe examination" into why the bridge suddenly collapsed.
Inside NASA’s SpaceX's Crew Dragon Spaceship revealed
SpaceX has offered the first look inside the stunning space capsule it will use to send NASA astronauts to the International Space Station next year.

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