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Global Progress Against Obesity "Unacceptably Slow"
Global progress towards tackling obesity has been "unacceptably slow," health experts said on Wednesday, with only one in four countries implementing a policy on healthy eating before 2010.
In a series of studies published in The Lancet medical journal
Epigenome, a second genetic code, mapped by scientists
Scientists for the first time have mapped out the molecular "switches" that can turn on or silence individual genes in the DNA in more than 100 types of human cells and are responsible for differences between identical twins.
Chicago-area imam charged with sex abuse at Islamic school
The longtime head of a suburban Chicago Islamic school has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman who worked there, and a civil suit filed Tuesday accuses him of abusing that employee and three teenage students. The legal actions shed light on an i
Canadian IP addresses found in banking malware servers
Canadian IP addresses were among the targets of a newly-revealed exploit aimed at banks and financial institutions around the world from a group that could have netted as much as US$1 billion over the last two years.
NSA hid spying software in hard drive firmware, report says
The U.S. National Security Agency has figured out how to hide spying software deep within hard drives, giving the agency the means to eavesdrop on the majority of the world's computers, according to cyber researchers and former operatives.
Canada's next-generation military smart gun unveiled
Looking every bit like a weapon from a science fiction movie, the latest integrated assault rifle prototype being developed for the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) is packed with some very smart weapons technology. Along with the ability to fire new lightweig
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