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Taremi continues brilliant performances, scoring for Porto
Iranian forward Mehdi Taremi scored once again for Porto in the Primeira Liga match against Braga on Sunday night to continue his brilliant performances and for his side.
American man continues late grandmother’s legacy of making quilts, giving them away
Scott Murkin who lives in Asheboro, North Carolina, the US, traces his quilting back to his grandmother, helping her cut out patterns.
Highest levels of found in molluscs, new study says
Mussels, oysters and scallops have the highest levels of microplastic contamination among seafood, a new study reveals.
New artifacts found in excavations of Turkish ancient city
Gifts dating back 1,800 years that have been given to the dead throughout history have been unearthed in a grave in the ancient city of Hadrianaupolis in the Ezkipazar district of the northern province of Karabük, Turkey.
Four warning signs your blood sugar levels are too high
Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body is unable to use insulin — the hormone responsible for regulating blood sugar levels — properly. Why does this happen? And what are the signs of the condition?
Norway urges EU to revise plan risking green status
The European Commission should simplify its proposed criteria for measuring the sustainability of hydropower projects to avoid harming the industry’s access to capital, the Norwegian government said.
Wood burners triple harmful indoor air pollution, study finds
Wood burners triple the level of harmful pollution particles inside homes and should be sold with a health warning, said scientists, who also advise that they should not be used around elderly people or children.
US authorizes Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, elderly next in line for shots
Moderna Inc.’s coronavirus vaccine became the second to receive emergency use authorization (EUA) from the US Food and Drug Administration, welcome news to a nation with a staggering COVID-19 death toll of over 307,000 lives lost.
Tourism back to 1990 levels as arrivals fall by more than 70%
International arrivals fell by 72% over the first ten months of 2020, with restrictions on travel, low consumer confidence and a global struggle to contain the COVID-19 virus, all contributing to the worst year on record in the history of tourism.
US scientists, historians release 2020 work summary in Tulsa race massacre graves search
Scientists and historians gave new details about the mass grave that archeologists found at Oaklawn Cemetery, the US, in October in the search for Tulsa Race Massacre victims.
Chipping Barnet shop in London reveals medieval surprise
An empty hairdresser's salon in north London has been revealed to have an extraordinary secret — the building seemingly dates from the Middle Ages.
Brain scans, surveys help scientists paint neural portrait of loneliness
Using brain scans, genetic analysis and psychological self-assessments, scientists have managed to render a kind of neural portrait of loneliness.
Type 2 diabetes in youth is especially unhealthy: Study
The earlier in life type 2 diabetes arises, the deadlier it is, a new analysis finds.
First 10 days after leaving hospital carry high risk for COVID-19 patients: Study
In the first months after their COVID-19 hospital stay, patients face a high risk of ongoing health problems, trips back to the hospital, and death, a growing number of studies has shown.

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