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Kelp forests more influenced by frequency of natural disturbances, not severity
Giant kelp forests — those ethereal, swaying columns of seaweed found in the intermediate to deep water zones of cooler coasts along the Pacific Ocean and Southern Hemisphere — provide habitat for a variety of species that spend their lives in kelp's canopies or at the rocky bottoms.
More than a million UK residents live in 'food deserts', says study
More than a million people in the UK live in ‘food deserts’ — neighborhoods where poverty, poor public transport and a dearth of big supermarkets severely limit access to affordable fresh fruit and vegetables, a study claimed.
‘Run, Rostam, Run’ finds way into three more international festivals
Iranian Short animated film ‘Run, Rostam, Run’, directed by Hossein Molayemi, was accepted into three more international festivals in Italy, US, and Greece.
UK's longest waiting patient for heart transplant pleads for more organ donors
The UK’s longest waiting patient for a heart transplant has appealed for potential donors to ‘be a hero’, as organ donation week begins.
Trump cuts more than $200m in US aid to Palestinians
The US is cutting more than $200 million in aid to the Palestinians, the State Department said on Friday, amid a deteriorating relationship with the Palestinian leadership.
More than 3,000 Vietnamese fell victim to human traffickers in 2012-17
More than 3,000 people in Vietnam, most of them women and children, were trafficked between 2012 and 2017, many of them into China, the Vietnamese Ministry of Public Security said on Friday, as parliament sought to tighten laws to tackle the problem.
More than two million Muslims begin hajj pilgrimage
More than two million Muslims from around the globe on Sunday started the hajj pilgrimage at Islam's holiest sites in Saudi Arabia, one of the world's largest annual gatherings.
China to add more cancer drugs to reimbursement list
China plans to add a range of cancer drugs to medicines eligible for reimbursement from the government, the official Xinhua news agency said on Saturday.
Researchers locate a more effective way to treat depression
Depression is a condition that we’ve all been touched by. The commonality of it is only matched by those who quietly suffer from it.
More than one day of first-trimester bleeding  ups odds for smaller baby
Some first-trimester bleeding occurs in up to one in every four pregnancies. Now, new research suggested that if bleeding extends beyond a day there could be implications for baby's birth weight.
More Americans expect to work until 70
Americans long viewed 65 as the age to stop working. It was considered full retirement age by Social Security for many, Medicare benefits kick in then and historical practice had established it as the goal.

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