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Foetuses grow differently in obese women

Foetuses grow differently in obese women

Obese pregnant women who don’t have serious medical problems are still more likely to have unusually large babies than mothers who aren’t obese, a recent study suggests.

Is there a way out of N Korea dilemma?

Is there a way out of N Korea dilemma?

With the current administration, there seems to be a new burning question nearly every week. Some linger and others are beyond answering except when they do so themselves.

Igor Sechin, the last silovik?

Igor Sechin, the last silovik?

President Vladimir Putin’s regime is as sphinxlike as any that has ever ruled Russia, and now there is a new mystery afoot.

The global economy in 2018

The global economy in 2018

Economists like me are asked a set of recurring questions that might inform the choices of firms, individuals, and institutions in areas like investment, education, and jobs, as well as their policy expectations.

Treatment for adult-onset acne

Treatment for adult-onset acne

Want to know the difference between acne and spots? There isn’t one, according to Dr Anjali Mahto of the British Association of Dermatologists. How many spots you have is irrelevant – even a few can really bother people.

Populist tail wags the German dog By S?awomir Sierakowski/Warsaw

Populist tail wags the German dog By S?awomir Sierakowski/Warsaw

Initially, the big losers in Germany’s federal election in September were a Frenchman and a Luxembourger: French President Emmanuel Macron and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. Each has his own plan for reforming the European Union, and both envision deeper integration, starting wit

‘Upwardly mobile’ teens’ addiction to Net affecting brainThe finding

‘Upwardly mobile’ teens’ addiction to Net affecting brainThe finding

of a new study that young people addicted to smartphones and the Internet have an imbalance in their brain chemistry should force everyone to sit up and think.

38th GCC Summit, Kuwait

38th GCC Summit, Kuwait

38th GCC Summit, December 5-6, Kuwait

A new grand coalition for Germany – and Europe

A new grand coalition for Germany – and Europe

Friends of Germany and Europe around the world have been breathing a sigh of relief at the newfound willingness of Germany’s Christian Democrats and Social Democrats (SPD) to discuss reprising their grand coalition government.

Affordable, reliable, modern energy key to global prosperity

Affordable, reliable, modern energy key to global prosperity

Globalisation, deregulation and consumerism are among the hallmarks of a changing world - one that is technologically-driven, interconnected and increasingly interdependent.

Type 1 diabetes as common in adults as in kids: study

Type 1 diabetes as common in adults as in kids: study

Type 1 diabetes is found in adults just as often as it’s found in children, researchers at the University of Exeter Medical School in the UK report, but it’s often initially misdiagnosed due to the historical stereotype that type 1 diabetes is a disease of childhood.

Sugar, carbs and cancer links

Sugar, carbs and cancer links

In August of 2016, the New England Journal of Medicine published a striking report on cancer and body fat: Thirteen separate cancers can now be linked to being overweight or obese, ...

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