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Signs, treatment, prevention tips for dehydrated child
As the weather warms up, it’s important for parents to ensure that children get plenty of fluids and water to stay healthy, active and well-hydrated.
Donated organs to stay close to major transplant centers
The United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS), a group that decides which patients receive life-saving organ transplants in the US, reinstated a policy that gives transplant centers first dibs on donated livers in their communities.
Top businessman: Modi needs to make India ‘highly competitive manufacturing hub’
Following a resounding victory at India’s parliamentary elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi needs to improve the country’s manufacturing competitiveness to attract global investors, according to a top business leader.
China's industrial profits shrank in April, add to pressure on economy
Profits for China’s industrial firms shrank in April as slowing manufacturing activity halted the previous month’s surge, putting more pressure on policymakers to step up support for an economy hit by a bitter trade war with the US.
What's gone wrong with Brazil's economy?
By Daniel Gallas & Daniele Palumbo
Organized crime gangs trigger return of moats in Britain
An old toilet and a rusty kitchen sink sit amid a massive heap of junk covering the floor of an ancient beech forest.
Homeless woman killing horrifies Australia
The brutal killing of a young, homeless woman has renewed discussion in Australia about violence against women.
Cardinal Pell will not seek reduced sentence if court upholds conviction
Disgraced Cardinal George Pell will not seek a reduced sentence if the court of appeal upholds his conviction for sexually abusing two Melbourne choirboys in the 1990s.
Haitians march against rape after students sexually assaulted
More than 1,000 Haitians took to the streets of the capital Port-au-Prince on Sunday to denounce sexual violence in the country after two students were gang-raped this week.
Bringing human-like reasoning to driverless car navigation
With aims of bringing more human-like reasoning to autonomous vehicles, MIT researchers have created a system that uses only simple maps and visual data to enable driverless cars to navigate routes in new, complex environments.
ARM's latest chip designs promise 60 percent faster AI on phones
ARM isn't boasting about PC-crushing performance like it did in 2018, but it still has plenty of swagger going into Computex 2019.
Multiple pilots have reported encounters with UFOs, US Navy says
A growing number of US Navy pilots claiming to have spotted unidentified flying objects, or UFOS, has led the navy to update its protocol for reporting them, according to a New York Times report.
Study: Comets may have played key role in bringing water to Earth billions of years ago
Scientists proposed a new theory about the origin of oceans on Earth.
Fitch: Samsung may gain from Huawei's plight in ongoing trade war
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. may have a chance to strengthen its position in the smartphone market due to the hurt caused to Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. in the wake of US-China trade tensions, according to Fitch Ratings.

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