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Artists withdraw from NYC’s museum show over tear gas link
Seven artists asked New York City's (NYC) Whitney Museum to remove their work from its biennial showcase of American art over a museum board member's ties to the sale of law enforcement supplies including tear gas.
From obese to starving, nutrition crisis prompts SOS call for new approach
With billions of people either starving or obese, poor diets have become a leading cause of disease and death, prompting calls for a new approach in 2019 to how food is produced to stem rising rates of malnutrition.
Young people anxious from terror coverage
Media coverage of terror attacks and extremism can leave young people anxious and with an exaggerated fear of becoming victims, said researchers.
Sources: S. Arabia backs down from blocking UN climate report
Oil giant Saudi Arabia backed down at the last minute Saturday from obstructing the adoption of a major report by the UN's climate science panel, sources told AFP.
'I hid my baby from social services in case they took it away'
It is every mother's worst nightmare — that someone might take away their baby.
Al Sadd one step away from ACL semis thanks to first-leg win against Esteghlal
Qatar's Al Sadd took a big step towards the semifinals of the 2018 AFC Champions League (ACL) after Baghdad Bounedjah's brace secured the team a 3-1 comeback win over Iranian Persian Gulf Pro League club Esteghlal in the first leg of the quarterfinals on Monday.
Radiation from cell phones, WiFi hurting birds, bees
Technology is quite literally destroying nature, with a new report further confirming that electromagnetic radiation from power lines and cell towers can disorientate birds and insects and destroy plant health. The paper warns that as nations switch to 5G this threat could increase.
Toxins from world’s longest animal can kill cockroaches
Bootlace worms with spooky-stretchy bodies secrete a family of toxins new to scientists. These compounds might inspire novel ways attack pests such as cockroaches.
Ditching two unexpected foods from diet could increase diabetes risk
Type 2 diabetes could be more likely in people who swap to a vegetarian or vegan diet, a study found.
Nearly 2,000 died from opioid overdoses in Massachusetts
Massachusetts in the US saw its deadliest year for opioid overdoses in 2016.
New mercury threat to oceans from climate change
Rising temperatures could boost mercury levels in fish by up to seven times the current rates, said Swedish researchers.

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