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Only about 70% of cancer patients in US view their medical records online, ONC finds
Among patients offered online access to their health records, about 70 percent who have recently been diagnosed with cancer viewed their record at least once in the past year, according to Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) data.
Nearly 3,000 Daesh terrorists in Syria surrender
About 3,000 Daesh members in the terrorist group’s last holdout in Syria surrendered.
Study: Nearly 50% of transport pollution deaths linked to diesel
Some 385,000 people worldwide died prematurely in 2015 from air pollution caused by vehicle exhaust emissions, a US study found Wednesday, which singled out diesel engines as the main culprit.
Nearly half of breakfast cereals still contain too much sugar
Breakfast cereals still contain 'unacceptable' amounts of sugar and supermarkets' own-brand products are the worst offenders, campaigners have warned.
UN: Nearly 200 families trapped by Daesh in Syria
Some 200 families are trapped in a shrinking area of Syria still controlled by the Daesh terrorist group that is stopping some from fleeing, UN human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, said on Tuesday.
Nearly 65% of prisoners at women's jail in England 'show signs of brain injury'
Nearly 65 percent of prisoners at a women’s jail in England may have suffered traumatic brain injuries at some point in their lives, a study found.
World Bank: Nearly half the world lives on less than $5.50 a day
Despite progress in reducing extreme poverty, nearly half the world's population lives on less than $5.50 a day, with a rising share of the poor in wealthier economies, the World Bank said Wednesday.
Nearly a third of people would not perform CPR if they saw someone collapse, survey reveals
Almost one in three people you walk past today would not perform CPR on you if your heart stopped in the street.
Vietnam seizes nearly one ton of pangolin scales, ivory
Vietnam has seized around a ton of pangolin scales and ivory hidden inside dozens of boxes on a flight from Nigeria, state media reported, a haul highlighting the illegal wildlife trade routes connecting Africa and Southeast Asia.
Tiger population nearly doubles in Nepal
Nepal's wild tiger population has nearly doubled over the last nine years, officials said Monday, in a victory for the impoverished country's drive to save the endangered big cats.
Nearly half of social media users deleted at least one account in the past year
Privacy concerns have prompted 40 percent of people to scrape at least one social media account, a new study found.
Israel to construct nearly 300 new settler units in Beit-ul-Moqaddas
Israeli officials are expected to advance plans for the construction of nearly 300 new settler units in East Beit-ul-Moqaddas irrespective of the international outcry against the regime’s land expropriation and settlement expansion policies in occupied Palestinian territories.
Nearly half of girls block social media users after suffering abuse
Nearly half of girls have blocked social media users after suffering harassment, a survey has found.
Nearly 30m Americans drink dangerous contaminated tap water
America may be facing a water crisis as a new report claims that nearly 30 million people have been drinking contaminated tap water.

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