Science

Warning: Stifling sneezes can be health hazard in rare cases

Jan 15, 2018

Man who suppressed sneeze by pinching his nose suffers ruptured throat, swollen neck and lost voice in "exceedingly rare" case in the UK.

Patient's stifled sneeze leads to ruptured throat, hospital

Jan 15, 2018

Doctors in England say stifling a sneeze can be hazardous for your health in rare cases

UK leader vows Brexit won't weaken environmental standards

Jan 11, 2018

Britain's prime minister has announced a 25-year plan to improve the country's environment and eliminate plastic waste, promising that leaving the European Union won't mean lower environmental standards

Conservation group says Japan aiding in illegal ivory trade

Dec 20, 2017

A conservation group says Japan's lax controls over its domestic stock of ivory are encouraging illegal exports to other countries and undermining efforts to end trafficking in elephant tusks

2 kiwi birds are rare bright spot in grim extinction report

Dec 5, 2017

Two types of New Zealand kiwi birds are a rare bright spot in a mostly grim assessment of global species at risk of extinction

UK announces pharma investment, aims to boost productivity

Nov 27, 2017

Britain says two major drugs companies plan new research facilities that will bring 1,750 jobs to Britain, part of plans to boost the country's sagging productivity after Brexit

Risky stalemate as science battles human fears at Fukushima

Nov 25, 2017

More than six years after a tsunami overwhelmed the Fukushima nuclear power plant, Japan has yet to reach consensus on what to do with a million tons of radioactive water

Springer Nature blocks access to articles in China

Nov 1, 2017

Academic publisher Springer Nature says it has blocked access to articles within China to comply with demands from the Chinese government

Volcanic eruption in Japan spreads ash in 4 cities, towns

Oct 12, 2017

A volcano in southwestern Japan has erupted for the first time in six years and spread ash in nearby cities and towns

Children's obesity rates in rich countries may have peaked

Oct 10, 2017

Study shows obesity rates in children may have peaked in rich countries

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