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OSLO (Reuters) - Environmental activists protested on Friday near an offshore rig contracted by Statoil in the remote Norwegian Arctic, where the firm is looking for oil and gas deposits.
LONDON (Reuters) - Future financial support for British farming would be linked to environmental benefits rather than land ownership, government minister Michael Gove said on Friday.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's carmakers VW , BMW, Audi, Porsche may have colluded to fix the prices of diesel emissions treatment systems using industry committees, German magazine Der Spiegel repor
Is it because males are more likely to isolate themselves? Is it because men, to deal with their suffering, are more inclined to consume alcohol and other drugs? Is it because men, who do the most dan
Dr. Whitney Bowe discusses what you need to know about the latest health craze that some say can help your bones, muscles, joints and skin.
After a professional poker player was bet $1 million that he could not reduce his body fat percentage to just 10 percent in six months, he remarkably dropped 70 pounds.
The Manchester VA Medical Center, under investigation after reports of substandard treatment and conditions, has appointed two more interim leaders
Carol Graydon, 62, was found to be a perfect donor match for Wryn Graydon.
Ivanka Danisová, 30, from Bratislava, Slovakia, was born with Goldenhar syndrome - a congenital birth defect that causes underdeveloped cranial bones on the right side of her face.
Archeologists are studying the impact of intercultural contacts in Ancient Egypt. New excavations in Sudan have uncovered a tomb dating to around 1450 BC on the island of Sai in the Nile.
Walter Fisher opens up about the unique motivation for his drastic weight loss.
KOS, Greece/ANKARA (Reuters) - A powerful earthquake killed two people on the Greek holiday island of Kos in the early hours of Friday, sending tourists fleeing into the streets, and causing disruptio
GENEVA (Reuters) - An outbreak of cholera in Kenya poses a high risk to the region and a moderate threat globally, the World Health Organization said on Friday, after delegates at two international co
GENEVA (Reuters) - Yemen's cholera outbreak is far from being controlled and may be further exacerbated by the rainy season, even if the rate of new cases appears to be slowing in some hotspots, the
PARIS (Reuters) - French wine production may fall 17 percent this year to a record low after spring frosts damaged vineyards, notably in the Bordeaux region, which might lose half its output, the farm
Researchers from the Charité hospital in Berlin found that people who die aged 100 or older have 3.3 health complaints at the time of passing versus 4.6 ailments in those who die in their 80s or 90s
Sarah Pickles, 35, from Winsford, Cheshire, and husband Dave, 42, dreamed of completing their family with a brother for Lillie, but doctors said her chemotherapy was too aggressive.
Raymond Kelly, from New Malden, south west London, became the world's oldest patient to be fitted with a new type of cochlear implant during a two-hour operation at St George's Hospital.
Pairing a sugary drink with a high-protein meal is a prescription for fat storage, suggests new research
In spite of regulatory challenges, pharmaceutical firms are steadily adopting social media to reach consumers.
(Reuters) - European regulators on Friday recommended against granting approval to a breast cancer drug being developed by Nektar Therapeutics and Daiichi Sankyo's German unit.
(Reuters) - A European regulatory panel recommended granting approval to a treatment for HIV infection developed by Janssen-Cilag International, a unit of U.S. drugmaker Johnson & Johnson.
MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Friday the government will draft a new law for the country's mining industry, which he said pays too little in tax and not enough in com
LONDON (Reuters) - A nuclear medicine targeting the type of cancer that killed Steve Jobs won a green light from EU regulators on Friday, boosting prospects for its developer Advanced Accelerator Appl
(Reuters) - European regulators on Friday recommended approving Pfizer Inc and Merck KGaA's immuno-oncology drug Bavencio to treat a rare type of skin cancer called Merkel cell carcinoma.
ZURICH (Reuters) - A European Medicines Agency (EMA) panel recommended on Friday approval of a new Novartis drug to be used against a tough-to-cure form of blood cancer as the Swiss drugmaker makes he
Glioblastoma is one of the toughest cancers to beat because of its location and cellular diversity.
Glioblastoma is one of the toughest cancers to beat because of its location and cellular diversity.
An international aid organization is warning that Yemen's cholera epidemic, the world's worst since Haiti's 2011 outbreak, is likely to worsen in the rainy season
Isabelle Kennedy, 18, from Bexhill-on-Sea, weighed more than 20st. She was determined not to go under the knife so lost 9st 8lbs on her own journey.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Organizers of an LGBT conference in China's "gay capital" had to scrap the event this week, the second time in as many months a public seminar aimed at expanding awareness of lesbi
The pharmacy is accused of keeping prices high to avoid stirring up controversy.
Despite not having an alluring name, the balloon contraption, dubbed the 'vaginal pressure inducer' helps increase sexual arousal, Dutch research suggests.
Most Americans and Europeans who eat a varied diet get enough iodine even if they don’t use iodized salt, though pregnant women are at risk.

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