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Summer is tough for asthma sufferers
Summertime can bring asthma sufferers a lot of misery, but lung experts say watching for warning signs of breathing trouble can guard against serious complications.
UK property market ‘in line for summer Brexit relief rally’
The property market is likely to stage a Brexit ‘relief rally’ over the summer, according to Britain’s biggest property website, as it revealed signs of bounceback in prices over the past month.
EPA says to finish E15 gasoline rule before summer
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said it will complete a proposal to expand sales of higher ethanol blends of gasoline in time for summer, despite delays from the partial government shutdown.
Farmers try to help cows take the heat in summer
The cows were silent on a recent July morning at Mill-King dairy farm in McGregor, Texas. They stood under shade trees, digesting their breakfast, while cicadas buzzed in the branches overhead.
A chai for every season: These teas will sail you through summer
A variety of flavour options and health benefits are just some of the reasons why you should make the good old chai your go-to drink for the hot season.
Summer skincare: Follow these 10 tips to protect your skin from heat and pollution
As we transition from winter to summer, it is important to be mindful of skin issues and exfoliating twice a week. Skin experts advise using a moisturiser with SPF in it. Here are some more useful tips for summer skincare.
Iranians clinch four medals at Summer Deaflympics
Iranian athletes claimed four more medals, including one silver, at the 2017 Summer Deaflympics in Samsun.
Total to ink $4 billion Iran gas deal before summer
Iran will sign a $4 billion deal with France’s Total to develop phase 11 of the giant South Pars gas field before summer, Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh says.
US seeks to redefine Syrian case by next summer
Parliament official Amir-Abdollahian said Americans were after redefining several regional records, including that of Syria by creating safe zones in northern areas of the Arab country.
Australia's 'extreme' summer a sign of things to come
Climate change was responsible for breaking more than 200 Australian weather records over the past three months, researchers said on Wednesday, a glimpse of conditions to come that will likely threaten energy security and agriculture.
High-tech cloth could make summer days a breeze
Plastic cling wrap with nano-sized pores could give ‘cool clothes’ a new meaning.
End of part-time jobs is nigh, think tank warns
Summer jobs are becoming a thing of the past in the UK after a leading think tank found that the number of 16 and 17-year-olds working during their holidays has halved in the last 20 years.
Summer babies more likely to be gluten intolerant
While it is very nice celebrating a birthday in the Sun, experts have revealed babies born during spring and summer months are at greater risk of becoming gluten intolerant.
Surge in anti-immigrant hate crime in UK
The surge in anti-immigrant hate crimes seen in the UK after the EU referendum was particularly intense in areas of the country that strongly voted Leave, an investigation by the Independent has found.

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