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Four-in-one pill prevents third of heart problems
A daily pill containing four medicines can cut the number of heart attacks and strokes by a third, a study shows.
HIV infection raises risk of additional health problems
People living with HIV are more likely to develop certain other health conditions over the course of their lives.
Too much screen time tied to school problems even in little kids
Kindergarteners who get more than two hours of screen time a day may be more likely to have behavior and attention problems in school than their classmates who spend less time in front of televisions, smartphones and tablets, a Canadian study suggested.
Pres Rouhani urges officials to boost efforts to solve flood problems
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani extended condolences over death of Iranian people in the flash floods and urged officials to double their efforts to decrease problems of the flood-stricken areas and people.
Australia's Westpac says banks may face problems hitting new capital targets
Australia’s big banks may struggle to raise the amount of extra capital they require under new rules proposed by the country’s banking regulator, a senior executive at Westpac Banking Corporation said in an interview published on Monday.
ECB's Nowotny: Unclear how deep and lasting Germany's economic problems are
It is unclear if Germany’s recent economic setbacks are a one-off or a more lasting phenomenon caused by structural problems, particularly in its car industry, European Central Bank policymaker Ewald Nowotny said in remarks published on Saturday.
UK Plastic recycling industry's problems costing councils up to £500,000 a year
Major problems in the plastic recycling industry are costing local councils in England up to £500,000 extra a year, as they struggle to deal with the continuing fallout from import bans imposed by countries who are no longer able to take the UK’s waste, theguardian.com reported.
Children with problems or problem children?
There's nothing pleasant about being on the end of a child's angry or aggressive outburst — whether you are a parent or a teacher. And if that outburst happens in a classroom rather than the sitting room, the consequences for the child can be much more serious, BBC wrote.
VP apologizes to Iranians over economic issues as rial gains
Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri on Tuesday apologized to Iranians over economic problems cropped up amid US sanctions, assuring that authorities are working round the clock to tackle them.
National unity, coherence key to solving Iran's problems: First VP
Iranian First Vice President Es'haq Jahangiri says the country is facing sensitive economic conditions at the current juncture, but all problems can be successfully solved through "national unity and coherence."
Zika caused health problems for one in seven US babies
About one in seven babies exposed to Zika in the womb had health problems caused by the virus — including some medical complications that were not evident at birth and were identified only as the infants grew older, the US nation’s top health agency reported.
Saudi Arabia faces problems selling extra oil after deal with US
US President Donald Trump has persuaded Saudi Arabia's king to increase oil production to make up for a shortfall from Iran, Venezuela and Libya.
Long-term tablet use causes attention problems in children
While the progress of technology and its accessibility improves our lives, it may also impede communication skills in children, and tablets and smart phone use should be very limited for children of all ages.

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