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Antibodies 'fall rapidly after coronavirus infection'
Levels of protective antibodies in people wane "quite rapidly" after coronavirus infection, said researchers.
Memories of Fukushima crisis rapidly fading, warn civic groups
The memories of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster have been rapidly fading in Japan, making it difficult to grasp what is actually happening in the area, civic groups warned.
Rapidly taking patients off opioids might not be a good idea, experts say
Forcing patients off opioid painkillers could sometimes do more harm than good, international medical experts warn in an open letter to health authorities.
Massive Canadian glaciers shrinking rapidly
Scientists in Canada have warned that massive glaciers in the Yukon territory are shrinking even faster than would be expected from a warming climate — and bringing dramatic changes to the region.
C-section births rise rapidly to more than 20 percent worldwide
Rates of caesarean section births almost doubled between 2000 and 2015 — from 12 to 21 percent worldwide — new research has found, with the life-saving surgery unavailable to many women in poor countries while often over-used in richer ones.
New test rapidly detects Zika at low cost
Scientists have developed a new test that not only can easily and quickly detect the Zika virus in mosquitoes and human bodily fluids, but can also distinguish between African and Asian strains.
India rises rapidly among most competitive economies
India has risen rapidly among all countries in the global competitive stakes by climbing 16 notches to the 39th position during the past year in the WEF’s Global Competitiveness Index.
Rapidly rising diabetes closely linked to poverty
Diabetes, which now affects more than 400 million people worldwide, is closely linked to poverty in most regions of the world, World Health Organization Medical Officer Alessandro Demaio told IPS Thursday.

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