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Rare medical condition has seen this man’s penis grow to 10 times the human average

Rare medical condition has seen this...

SOME guys dream of adding an inch or two to their manhood, but this story may cause them to...

Disney beaches reopen, state believes it caught killer gator

Disney beaches reopen, state believes it...

Walt Disney World reopened its beaches to guests Thursday, a source at the Florida theme park with...

Hurricane Matthew: Category Four storm pounds Haiti

Hurricane Matthew: Category Four storm...

The most powerful Caribbean hurricane in nearly a decade has hit Haiti, bringing 145mph (230km/h)...

300 million children live in areas with extreme air pollution, data reveals

300 million children live in areas with...

Global study reveals huge number of children breathing toxic fumes more than six times over safe...

Iconic Queen Mary 2 returns to service after massive makeover

Iconic Queen Mary 2 returns to service...

Throughout the liner, as hammers pounded, saws buzzed and workers in hard hats hauled construction...

Dog has identical twin puppies

Dog has identical twin puppies

Outside of humans and one species of armadillo, identical twins seem to be vanishingly rare. Now for...

Rosetta mission ends in comet collision

Rosetta mission ends in comet collision

Europe's Rosetta probe has ended its mission to Comet 67P by crash-landing on to the icy object's...

Hurricane Matthew heads for Jamaica packing strong winds

Hurricane Matthew heads for Jamaica...

Hurricane Matthew has weakened slightly as it moves towards Jamaica, but is still packing winds of...

Why acetaminophen is the 'most common cause of liver injury' in Canada

Why acetaminophen is the 'most common...

Health Canada boosts labelling requirements, but some doctors want extra-strength products off the...

A plastic mailbox melts in Mesa, Arizona. Picture: Reddit/imnoidiot5

A heatwave in the south of the US is melting cacti, wheelie bins and the paint off of street signs  

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ARIZONA has reached a scorching 48C, killing cacti, melting bins and forcing people to wear oven mittens while driving.

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'Two-headed' baby porpoise found in net

  •   15/06/2017 04:05:00 PM
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The extremely rare conjoined twins were discovered by fishermen in the North Sea

FILE - A vial of measles, mumps and rubella vaccine and an information sheet is seen at Boston Children's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, Feb.26, 2015.

Bhutan, Maldives Have Eliminated Measles, WHO Says

  •   13/06/2017 09:44:00 PM
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Both countries launched immunization programs about 40 years ago, with mass vaccination of people at high risk.

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Trump climate deal pullout: The global reaction

  •   02/06/2017 12:33:00 PM
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President Donald Trump's announcement that the US is withdrawing from the 2015 Paris climate agreement has drawn strong reaction from supporters and opponents inside America and around the world.

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Paris climate deal: Buildings go green in defiance of US withdrawal

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A green glow on the outside of US buildings usually means it's St Patrick's Day. But on Thursday night, green stood not for Irish heritage, but for the environment.

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French President Emmanuel Macron Trolls Donald Trump: 'Make Our Planet Great Again'

  •   01/06/2017 08:09:00 PM
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Like many other world leaders, Macron reiterated his commitment to the international climate agreement and to finding new ways to protect the planet from global warming

FILE PHOTO: The Eiffel tower is illuminated in green with the words "Paris Agreement is Done". © Jacky Naegelen / Reuters

Trump announces US withdrawal from Paris climate change deal

  •   01/06/2017 07:41:00 PM
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the US will withdraw from the Paris climate accord

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These experts say it may actually be best if the U.S. left the Paris climate agreement

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The president is expected to announce his decision this week

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Trump 'poised to quit Paris climate deal'

  •   31/05/2017 11:45:00 AM
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US President Donald Trump is poised to pull the country out of the Paris climate accord, US media report, quoting senior officials.

© Toshifumi Kitamura, AFP | US residents living in Japan and locals hold a rally near the US embassy in Tokyo on March 16, 2017

Trump isolated as world unites on Paris climate deal

  •   30/05/2017 01:46:00 PM
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President Donald Trump could announce he is pulling the US out of the Paris accord this week, but experts say nonetheless international commitment to the landmark climate deal signed in France in December 2015 remains strong.

AMI VITALE/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Locals have been working to save endangered baby elephants in northern Kenya.

Stunning Photographs Show Kenyan Tribes Working To Save Baby Elephants

  •   25/05/2017 10:47:00 PM
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“We take care of the elephants, and the elephants are taking care of us.”

Jimmy Isaacs, 28, can look forward to a long and healthy life on HIV drug treatment

Young people on the latest HIV drugs now have near-normal life expectancy because of improvements in treatments, a study in The Lancet suggests.

  •   10/05/2017 08:50:00 PM
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Young people on the latest HIV drugs now have near-normal life expectancy because of improvements in treatments, a study in The Lancet suggests.

Singaporean tourist Lon Lee Alle was mauled by a Komodo dragon in Indonesia. Picture: Viral PressSource:Supplied

A TOURIST who refused to pay for a tour guide was mauled by a fearsome Komodo dragon in Indonesia.

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A TOURIST who refused to pay for a tour guide was mauled by a fearsome Komodo dragon in Indonesia.

After separating from the booster rocket during a test flight, Blue Origin's crew capsule lands in the west Texas desert. After separating from the booster rocket during a test flight, Blue Origin's crew capsule lands in the west Texas desert. &

The race to space: Experts say 2018 will be the year space tourism takes off

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Canadian company is at the forefront of building space hotels

The GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb is nicknamed the Mother Of All Bombs. Picture: Eglin air force Base via AP

US drops ‘mother of all bombs’ on ISIS in Afghanistan

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THE Russian military has a secret bomb that is four times more powerful than the mega-weapon Donald Trump’s military used to blast ISIS in their mountain hideaway.

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Here's the father of all bombs: Russia's answer to the MOAB

  •   14/04/2017 08:56:00 AM
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The US just dropped a 21,600-pound conventional bomb in Afghanistan.

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Why are our brains so big?

  •   27/03/2017 11:59:00 AM
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Many anthropologists think that living in large social groups drove the evolution of bigger brains, but new findings call that into question

Need time for March Madness? Get a vasectomy, guys

Need time for March Madness? Get a vasectomy, guys

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March proves to be a popular month for vasectomies, as many men bank on being able to stay home and watch some March Madness basketball. Jeffrey Lee Puckett, The CJ

Road dust and emissions from vehicles in cities like New Delhi make the air a threat to human health

B vitamins may have 'protective effect' against air pollution

  •   14/03/2017 11:01:00 AM
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B vitamins may offer some protection against the impacts of air pollution, a small scale human trial suggests.

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