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Preventing low-oxygen response stops flare-ups in bone disorder

person Orange Themes access_time May 03,2016

PHILADELPHIA, May 2 (UPI) -- Researchers found oxygen starvation of cells in patients with a rare bone condition is responsible for bone growth in muscles, which may lead to a treatment.

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Unforgettable experiences of foreign tourists to Vietnam

person Orange Themes access_time Dec 14,2016

Riding bikes to rural villages, enjoying street food in Hanoi, learning to cook in Hoi An or watching Water Puppet shows are unforgettable experiences of foreign visitors to Vietnam.

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Premier League: Vardy's rags to riches rise a victory for the dreamers

person Orange Themes access_time May 03,2016

In years to come when people recall how Leicester's City intrepid Foxes turned sporting logic on …

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Saigon plans more book streets to promote reading culture

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En Vnexpress - The current book street in the city downtown has turned out to be a big hit among locals and tourists....

Weekly roundup: Visa waivers, food safety, surviving summer heat and more

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Faster-moving sea ice forces polar bears to use more energy

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Yahoo News ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Rapid global warming has sped up the movement of sea ice off Alaska's coasts, and already at-risk polar bears are paying a price, a new U.S. study says....

Want to Be an Astronaut? NASA Is More Selective Than Any Top College

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Yahoo News NASA received more than 18,300 applications during its most recent round of recruitment between December 2015 and February 2016, roughly three times as many as it got last time for its 2013 astronaut class and greatly surpassing the...

No more cracked smartphones? Researchers discover 'miracle material' that is less likely to break

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Yahoo News Researchers have found a "miracle material" that could be used in smartphones and tablets, putting an end to the misery of cracked screens. A team of scientists from Queen's University, Stanford University, University of California,...

More than a thousand Juventus fans injured in stampede in Turin

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The panic may have been started by the explosion of a loud firecracker that was mistaken for a bomb....

Weekly roundup: Saigon's sidewalk revolution, US-Vietnam trade, tipping culture and more

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Trump's troubles at home overshadow first trip overseas, 'New journey' for US-Saudi relations, Shift in US-Saudi relations more style than substance, How Rouhani's second term could differ from his first, One Belt One Road requires peace in South Suda

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Yahoo News "There is undoubtedly a positive message being sent when a US president chooses Saudi Arabia ... as his first foreign destination...," writes Sheikh Mohammad Abdulkarim Al-Issa. "[W]ith President Trump’s arrival in Saudi Arabia, we are...

Why the world is more at peace

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Yahoo News Before the Iraqi city of Tikrit was liberated from Islamic State militants in 2015, its tribal leaders were brought together by trained peace mediators. Last year, according to the Global Peace Index released June 1, 93 countries...

As US weighs climate pullout, UN wants world to be more ambitious

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Yahoo News UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday urged the world to raise its ambition in implementing the Paris climate agreement as the United States weighed pulling out of the landmark emissions-cutting deal. The United States is...

Ho Chi Minh City set to welcome more medical tourists

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Baomoi - Travelers seeking both leisure and medical procedures during their trip to Vietnam will be the target of a plan by Ho Chi Minh City authorities to promote this type of tourism....

HCM City set to welcome more medical tourists

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Baomoi - Travelers seeking both leisure and medical procedures during their trip to Vietnam will be the target of a plan by Ho Chi Minh City authorities to promote this type of tourism....

Weekly roundup: Sleepless in Vietnam, sky train, surviving Saigon floods and more

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Local airlines plan new services, more seats in peak summer travel season

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Bao Moi - Domestic airlines are planning to launch new routes and operate additional flights to meet growing demand during the peak summer travel season....

White House braces for more scrutiny, Trump defends Kushner

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'Jared is doing a great job for the country,' Trump said....

More than they bargained for? Israeli leaders gird for Trump visit.

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Yahoo News A recent cartoon in the liberal Israeli newspaper Haaretz showed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu breaking a sweat as he greeted a friend bearing gifts: President Trump with a package containing an Israeli-Palestinian peace process. Mr....

Vietnam looks to more Chinese tourists

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EN VietNamNet - The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has requested local tourism authorities to improve services to maintain high growth in Chinese visitor arrivals this year and thereafter....

Vietnam mulls lifting midnight curfew to pull in more tourists

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EN VietNamNet - Hanoi launched a pilot scheme last September that allows restaurants and bars in Hoan Kiem District to stay open until 2 a.m. over the weekends....

Thai group buys more Vinamilk shares

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Vietnamnet - F&N Dairy Investments PTE Ltd owned by Thai billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi has registered to buy more than 14 million additional shares of Vietnam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company (Vinamilk) from May 16 to June 14....

More banks to repurchase bad debts from VAMC

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Vietnamnet - After a period of actively selling non-performing loans to the Viet Nam Asset Management Company (VAMC), banks are buying back the debts from the VAMC to self-handle....

Why more Americans are weighing personal conscience and religious liberty

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Yahoo News Invoking the American tradition of “conscientious objection,” W. Mitchell Nance, a family court judge, also said that his views of homosexuality might constitute a “personal bias or prejudice” that compromised his impartiality, since...

More than US$1.1 bln worth of G-bonds raised in April

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Nhan dan - NDO/VNA – The Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) raised VND25.083 trillion (US$1.103 billion) worth of government bonds, down 23.9% from March during 18 bidding sessions last month....

Vietnam’s food companies attract more foreign investors

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Vietnamnet - The attractiveness of the processed food industry in Vietnam, a market with 90 million consumers, can be seen in the high number of merger & acquisition (M&A) deals made in the last three years....

Vietnam to apply more trade remedies to protect production

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Vietnamnet - Following many successful cases, there is now a growing tendency in Vietnam to apply trade remedies to protect locally made products....

Online shoppers use mobile phones more than computers

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Vietnamnet - There are more people using mobile phones to shop online than those using desktops or tablets, reported Bizweb at a recent mobile e-commerce event....

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