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16/01/19

China’s gene edited babies spark need for global rules

The birth of the world’s first gene-edited babies raises scientific, as well as ethical, questions.

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15/01/19

Indigenous people to have say in UN climate policy

Indigenous peoples will, through a new platform, have a say in implementation of UN climate programmes.

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12/01/19

Açaí fruit can transmit Chagas disease

Studies link the spread of Chagas disease to artisanal juice made from açaí berries.

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07/01/19

Fish protein wafers to ease acute malnutrition in children

Wafers made of fish protein could save thousands of severely malnourished Asian children.

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31/12/18

India to double spending on public health

India’s ambitious plan to double spending on public health has been greeted by experts with mixed reactions.

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29/12/18

Malaysian scientist leads cancer research in South-East Asia

Cancer scientist Cheong Sok Ching seeks to erase the stigma of cancer through her work in research and innovation.

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27/12/18

Pakistan can meet SDGs by tapping wind, solar energy

Pakistan’s massive wind and solar potential can help it meet sustainable development goals.

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22/12/18

India’s air pollution deadlier than tobacco – study

As many as 1.24 million deaths in India were attributable to air pollution in 2017, says study.

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21/12/18

The scourge of snakebite

Centuries-old treatments are in dire need of an update

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21/12/18

Healthcare eludes poorer women in rural Asia Pacific

Rural women in the low-income countries of the Asia Pacific are unable to access healthcare, says report.

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