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Thousands of men die from prostate cancer in UK every year because of late diagnosis, charity warns
Thousands of men are dying of prostate cancer because they are diagnosed too late to receive a cure, a charity has warned.
Tropical fish spotted thousands of miles away in northern Canada as climate crisis escalates
Colorful tropical fish like butterfly fish and scrawled filefish are being spotted in northern Canadian waters as the climate crisis escalates.
Huge pro-police rally held ahead of Hong Kong protest
Tens of thousands gathered in Hong Kong on Saturday to voice support for the police and call for an end to violence, after a wave of protests against an extradition bill triggered clashes between police and activists and plunged the city into crisis.
Nitrate in drinking water linked to thousands of cancer cases in US each year
A new study from the Environmental Working Group (EWG) has revealed that nitrate contamination in drinking water across the US may be responsible for more than 12,500 cases of cancer each year.
Thousands of UK children dying needlessly amid lack of sepsis checks
Thousands of UK children are dying needlessly amid a lack of standardized checks for signs of deadly sepsis, campaigners have warned.
Report: Thousands more midwives needed in PNG
A report into Papua New Guinea maternity services suggests about 6,000 more are needed to cope with a population growing at three percent per year.
High blood pressure drugs to be offered to thousands more in England and Wales
New guidelines on diagnosing high blood pressure could mean thousands more people benefiting from treatment in England and Wales.
New sepsis test could save thousands of lives'
A new rapid test for earlier diagnosis of sepsis has been developed by Scotland’s University of Strathclyde researchers, which they say could save thousands of lives.
Strike by thousands of junior New Zealand doctors cripples hospitals
Nearly 80 percent of junior doctors across New Zealand walked off the job at public hospitals on Tuesday after a breakdown in union talks with the government over working conditions and wages.
Changes to flu vaccine supply chain could save thousands of lives in US
Problems with flu vaccine distribution in the US may cost lives and pose a serious threat in the event of a flu pandemic, researchers warned.
Thousands of children's lives could be saved after hospital discharge
The lives of thousands of children could be saved if health professionals keep track of those most at risk of dying after they leave hospital, researchers have found.
British charity anticipates hundreds of thousands of calls for help during festive period
The Samaritans expects to receive hundreds of thousands of calls over the festive period, with figures revealing that one in three people who contacted the British charity on Christmas Day last year were seeking help with loneliness.
Thousands of Italians march against immigration policies in Rome
Thousands of people staged a rally in the Italian capital, Rome, to protest against racism and a proposed law on immigration.
Thousands of US troops head for southern border
The Pentagon is deploying 5,200 active-duty troops to beef up security along the US-Mexico border, officials announced on Monday, in a bid to prevent a caravan of Central American migrants from illegally crossing the frontier.
England's Children's Commissioner: Thousands of babies in toxic homes
Nearly 16,000 babies are growing up in households where they are at risk of severe harm, a report by England's Children's Commissioner warned.

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