More than one out of three physicians assessed in the Cleveland Clinic Health System suffered from mental, emotional and physical exhaustion, said study author Amy Windover, a clinical psychologist with the Cleveland Clinic.
More than a third of doctors felt  burnt out in Cleveland Clinic survey
The EU's top court has ruled that firms can dismiss pregnant workers as part of general staff cuts, despite legal protections for pregnant women.
Sacked pregnant worker loses European court case
Turkey has an overall divorce rate of 3.7 percent, with 62.2 percent of the population married, according to a 2017 data released by the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat).
Turkey’s overall divorce rate stands at 3.7%
Female employees earn up to 43.5 percent less at Barclays than men, according to gender pay gap figures it has submitted to the government.
Women earn up to 43% less at Barclays
A charity market was held at the residence of Iran’s ambassador to Tokyo to help victims of earthquake in the province of Kermanshah, western Iran.
Charity market held in Japan to help Iran’s quake-hit people
(National Desk) Rescue workers transferred the first bodies recovered from the site of the plane crash at a mountain peak in southwestern Iran to the ground as search-and-rescue teams and Army commandos are making efforts to recover all the 66 bodies.
First bodies from plane crash transferred down mountain
Counter to what most expected in a globally warming planet, the Southeast of the US has been getting colder during winter and spring months instead of warmer. New research shines a light on the long noticed trend of cooling in the Southeast US during winter and spring months compared to the rest of the continental US.
Southeast US is getting colder instead of warmer
Illustration of an eco-evolutionary feedback loop perpetuated by evolution of carbon cycling traits, in response to climate change.
Climate change, evolution, and what happens when researchers are also friends
Sea levels will rise between 0.7 and 1.2 meters (27-47 inches) in the next two centuries even if governments end the fossil fuel era as promised under the Paris climate agreement, scientists said.
Seas to rise about a meter even if climate goals are met
The Japanese Cabinet has approved a bill designed to boost efforts to reduce the negative effects of global warming.
Japan’s Cabinet adopts bill to reduce global warming damage

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