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8 Jun 2017

Autos need devices to curb child heatstroke deaths: U.S. lawmakers

By Peter Szekely (Reuters) | 7 June 2017 Automakers could help prevent accidental deaths of small children left in hot cars by installing devices to remind drivers to check their back […]

8 Jun 2017

South Korea to fine Novartis unit over unfair drug promotions

By Hyunjoo Jin (Reuters) | 8 June 2017 South Korea’s antitrust regulator said it would fine Novartis’ local unit 500 million won ($444,089) for alleged unfair promotions, in another setback […]

8 Jun 2017

Top EU court bars Dextrose tablet maker’s glucose health claims

By Elizabeth Miles (Reuters) | 08 June 2017 The European Union’s top court barred Germany’s Dextro Energy on Thursday from making claims about the health benefits of glucose contained in […]

2 Jun 2017

World pledges to save ‘Mother Earth’ despite Trump’s snub to climate pact

By Thomas Escritt and Philip Blenkinsop | 2 June 2017 (Reuters) China and Europe pledged on Friday to unite to save what German Chancellor Angela Merkel called “our Mother Earth”, […]

5 May 2017

Drying waterways leave a parched Nepal struggling for water

By K.R. Pant | May 5 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) It is 4 a.m. in this village in central Nepal and already 10 people are up, rushing to jump onto a […]

5 May 2017

In threat to food security, Bangladesh moves to burn grain for fuel

By Syful Islam | May 5 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Bangladesh plans to begin turning some of the grain it produces into ethanol to make its fuel greener – but economists […]

19 Apr 2017

Brazil moves to provide sewage services to one of Rio’s biggest favelas

By Chris Arsenault | April 19 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Brazilian authorities have taken the first step towards providing basic sanitation to more than 80,000 people in one of Rio de […]

19 Apr 2017

Fight against neglected tropical diseases needs Big Pharma push – WHO

By Gareth Jones | April 19 2017 (Reuters) Progress has been made in tackling diseases that blind, disable and disfigure millions of poor in tropical areas each year, but drug […]

19 Apr 2017

INTERVIEW-World must aid famine-threatened Nigeria to avoid ‘mass exodus’

By Kieran Guilbert | April 19 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) The devastation wrought by Boko Haram, which has left millions of people in northeast Nigeria on the brink of famine, could […]

17 Apr 2017

Cholera spreading in Somalia, 50,000 cases foreseen – WHO

By Stephanie Nebehay | April 17 2017 (Reuters) More than 25,000 people in famine-threatened Somalia have been struck by cholera or acute watery diarrhoea and the deadly epidemic should double […]

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