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The stress pregnant immigrants face in US
She became a doctor to serve communities like the one she grew up in.
The battle to curb our appetite for concrete
We extract billions of tons of sand and gravel each year to make concrete for the building industry, and this is having an increasing environmental impact as beaches and river beds are stripped, warn campaigners.
WhatsApp hits the road with skits to stamp out fake news in India
On a hot morning in India’s tourist mecca of Jaipur, an open truck painted in the signature lime-green colors of Facebook’s WhatsApp messaging service pulled into a dusty lane, where five men spilled out and began to perform a skit.
South Korea's Moon: Economic policies on the right path
President Moon Jae-in said on Saturday South Korea’s economic policies are on the right path to boost jobs and address inequality.
Holes in the head
Even with a highly skilled neurosurgeon, the most effective anesthesia, and all the other advances of modern medicine, most of us would cringe at the thought of undergoing cranial surgery today.
New parts of the brain become active  after students learn physics
Parts of the brain not traditionally associated with learning science become active when people are confronted with solving physics problems, a new study found.
The Persian Qanat
Throughout the arid regions of Iran, agricultural and permanent settlements are supported by the ancient qanat system of tapping alluvial aquifers at the heads of valleys and conducting the water along underground tunnels by gravity, often over many kilometers.
The Louvre at Tehran
The Louvre in Tehran is the first large-scale exhibition by a major Western museum in Iran and an outstanding cultural and diplomatic event for both countries.
The place spacecraft go to die
China's Tiangong-1 space station is currently out of control and expected to fall back to Earth next year. But not in the remote place where many other spacecraft end their days.
Investigating emotional spillover in the brain
Life is full of emotional highs and lows, ranging from enjoying an activity with a loved one and savoring a delicious meal to feeling hurt by a negative interaction with a co-worker or that recent scuffle with a family member.

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