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Nuclear arms decline stalls as nations modernize arsenals: Study
As nuclear nations commit to renewing and sometimes expanding their arsenals, a decline seen since the early 1990s seems to have stalled, with some signs of a numerical increase, researchers said Monday.
Japan’s economy slumps back into decline as COVID-19 hits spending
Japan’s economy shrank more than expected in the first quarter as a slow vaccine rollout and new COVID-19 infections hit spending on items such as dining out and clothes, raising concerns the country will lag others emerging from the pandemic.
Study: High blood pressure speeds cognitive decline in middle-aged, older adults
Middle-aged and older adults with elevated blood pressure are at increased risk for more rapid cognitive decline, according to a study published by the journal Hypertension.
South Korea Oct. exports decline on fewer working days, virus lockdown angst may weigh
South Korea's outbound shipments dipped 3.6 percent in October from a year earlier on fewer working days and virus resurgence, snapping the previous month's brief rebound, data showed on Sunday.
Deep ocean will be warming rapidly by 2050 even if global emissions decline
The deep ocean will be warming rapidly by 2050 even if dramatic reductions in global greenhouse gas emissions were to happen today.
Coronavirus to push China's first-quarter GDP into first decline on record
The coronavirus health crisis likely knocked China's economy into its first decline since at least 1992 in the first quarter, raising the heat on authorities to do more to restore growth as mounting job losses threaten social stability.
Faster cognitive decline in black people linked to high blood pressure
Black people experience significantly faster declines in cognitive function than white people, perhaps because of higher blood pressure, a new analysis suggested.
Plant diversity in Europe's forests on the decline
Plant diversity in the forests of Europe is not what it used to be. Rare plant species are being replaced by more common species at an alarming rate, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution.

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