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Birth control app highlights emerging health tech market

Aug 17, 2018

Smartphone birth control app highlights emerging health tech market

US teacher rows solo across Atlantic in record time

Aug 5, 2018

A high school science teacher from Cincinnati, Ohio has rowed solo across the Atlantic, setting a record for a west-to-east crossing

Iceland stops hunting minke whales but only for this season

Aug 2, 2018

One of Iceland's top whaling companies says it has stopped hunting minke whales this year, in response to a new government regulation that has enlarged the protected area for baleen whales

UK court ruling seen as landmark in right-to-die cases

Jul 30, 2018

Britain's highest court has ruled that the family of a patient in persistently vegetative state does not to seek a court's permission to have life support removed

Documents: Trump golf course damaged sand dunes in Scotland

Jul 29, 2018

Documents show that U.S. President Donald Trump's family business has "destroyed the vast majority" of an environmentally sensitive area of sand dunes near its golf course north of Aberdeen in Scotland

Doctors: Woman likely spread Ebola a year after infection

Jul 23, 2018

A Liberian woman who probably caught Ebola during the 2014 West Africa outbreak may have infected three members of her family a year after she first fell sick

Britain has a summer job for you: Count the butterflies

Jul 22, 2018

Britain is in the midst of a Big Butterfly Count designed to help experts assess the state of the environment

UK space officials seek nifty name for Mars rover

Jul 20, 2018

U.K. space officials are looking for a catchy name for the ExoMars Rover now being developed

Premature baby penguin recovers after parents broke her egg

Jul 19, 2018

London Zoo says a premature baby penguin has been nursed back to health after its parents accidentally stepped on its egg and broke it

Millions in UK face water restrictions amid hot, dry weather

Jul 17, 2018

Millions in northern England are facing a ban on using garden hoses or sprinklers amid one of the longest spells of hot and dry weather in years

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