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Weak trade data casts doubt on Germany's economic strength
German exports and imports both fell more than expected in February, data showed on Monday, in the latest sign that Europe’s largest economy is likely to post meager growth in the first quarter amid increased headwinds from abroad.
Moderate muscle strength tied to lower risk of diabetes
Maintaining a moderate amount of muscle strength may help adults lower their risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a US study suggested.
Elections, USD strength and oil price to determine rupee direction: Report
The US dollar strength, oil prices and next year’s general elections will determine the rupee’s direction in the near-term, with fundamentals being supportive for the domestic currency over the next 6-12 months, said a report by Standard Chartered.
Breakthrough made in ultra-high strength steel
A team of mechanical engineers developed a super steel called D & P Steel to improve the strength-ductility trade-off.
Russians only respect strength, despise weakness: US general
The US Army's top commander in Europe has said Russians only understand the language of strength and hates weakness, and called on Germany to increase military spending.
Chimps' strength secrets explained
The greater strength of chimpanzees, relative to humans, may have been explained by American scientists.
President elect Macron vows to serve with humility, strength
Newly-elected president Emmanuel Macron has vowed to protect France against threats and unify the country.
US, Israel have no doubt in Iran defense strength
Iranian Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan said if the US and Israel had the slightest doubt about Iran’s defense capabilities, they would have started a war against the country.
Hair strength inspires new materials for body armor
In a new study, researchers at the University of California San Diego investigated why hair is incredibly strong and resistant to breaking.
Mata: 'Mental strength' key for Man Utd after Chelsea loss
Manchester United's Juan Mata believes remaining "mentally strong" will be vital to his team’s hopes of bouncing back against Manchester City in Wednesday's derby clash following a thumping defeat by Chelsea.
Inactivity reduces muscle strength
New research reveals that it only takes two weeks of not using their legs for young people to lose a third of their muscular strength, leaving them on par with a person who is 40-50 years their senior. The Center for Healthy Aging and the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen conducted the research.

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