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Doctors say new rule will mean sicker immigrants
Diabetics skipping regular checkups. Young asthmatics not getting preventive care. A surge in expensive emergency room visits.
‘Relaxing’ activity for reducing high blood pressure
High blood pressure is a common condition in the UK, with more than one in four people living with it. It is an insidious condition because it tends to creep up announced and only reveals itself once it is serious. Fortunately, as it is strongly linked to lifestyle factors, certain tweaks can significantly reduce a person’s risk of developing the condition. It may come as a surprise that a popular form of relaxation can reduce the risk, express.co.uk wrote.
New mole-melanoma link leads to better treatment of major skin cancer: Research
Australian scientists said they have found a way to help dermatologists better determine a patient’s risk of developing melanoma, pointing to improved understanding and treatment of the major skin cancer.
South Korean automakers' production capacity dips in H1
South Korean automakers manufactured fewer cars in the first half of this year on-year, heading to the lowest production capacity in 16 years, industry data showed Sunday.
Hard border, severe disruption to Northern Ireland's economy, job losses likely in no-deal Brexit
A hard border in the event of a no-deal Brexit is likely and Northern Ireland will face job losses and road blockages, a leaked official UK government document warned.
Here’s how Germany could boost its economy, if it wants to act
Germany’s economy is in trouble and the government is dithering over whether to provide support in the form of fiscal stimulus.
Argentina treasury minister resigns, says 'significant renewal' needed amid economic crisis
Argentina´s Treasury Minister Nicolas Dujovne has resigned, saying in a letter seen by Reuters on Saturday he believed the government needed ‘significant renewal’ in its economic team amid a crisis which saw the peso plunge this week.
Phoenix looks to be next big US city with citizen police review
Dozens of people, mostly African-Americans, huddled around tables scattered across a church gymnasium on a recent evening, discussing past run-ins with Phoenix police officers and ways to hold them accountable.
Thousands of homes destroyed in Dhaka slum fire
A fire in a crowded slum in Bangladesh's capital Dhaka destroyed thousands of homes and left at least 10,000 people homeless, officials said.
French waiter shot dead for being 'too slow with sandwich'
A customer shot a waiter dead at an eatery on the outskirts of Paris, apparently enraged at being made to wait for a sandwich, a source close to the investigation said.
Trove of 'super-deep' diamonds from Earth's interior discovered
Scientists found a trove of "super-deep" diamonds from hundreds of miles below the Earth’s surface.
Stanford engineers develop 10-atoms-thick heat shield
Stanford researchers developed a heat shield just 10 atoms thick, up to 50,000 times thinner than current insulating materials in cell phones and laptops.
Hubble catches stunning image of two smooshing galaxies
The illustrious Hubble Space Telescope captured two passing galaxies making contact for the first time.
Elon Musk once again on quest to ‘nuke Mars’
If there’s one thing you can say about Elon Musk it’s that he’s never lacked ambition. He’s founded a number of successful companies, and with SpaceX he’s pushed science forward by lowering the cost of entry for satellite launches and opened up new possibilities for researchers.

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