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Some patients more likely to get antibiotics they don't need
Some patients are more likely than others to get antibiotics they don't need, new research found.
Scientists lay out why some origami won't fold under pressure
Scientists and engineers are fascinated by self-folding structures.
For some microorganisms, symbiosis is more of a hostage situation
New analysis of common freshwater bacteria suggested some symbiotic relationships are marred by coercion — more hostage situation than free exchange.
Some signs could be suffering from iron deficiency
Anemia is a condition caused by a lack of iron in the body. These are the symptoms to look out for.
Some 220 prisoners join jailed Palestinian hunger strikers
Some 220 Palestinian prisoners have joined the "Freedom and Dignity" mass hunger strike which began last month.
Some 200 Indonesian inmates at large two days after prison break
About 200 inmates are still at large after a mass prison break at an overcrowded prison on Indonesia’s Sumatra Island, officials say.
Some tips to help drift off for a comfortable night's snooze
Adults need a proper bedtime routine just as much as little ones.
Some ingredient in curry could improve memory
Scientists have suggested a range of cures to help improve brain function in older people, including grapes and blueberry juice, and the latest is a spice found in curry.
Some pulsars lose their steady beat
A pair of cosmic radio beacons ― known as pulsars ― keeps switching off and on, suggesting that there might be vast numbers of undiscovered pulsars hiding in our galaxy.
Sun-like star ate some of its planets
Scientists have discovered evidence that a distant star has consumed a few of its planets.
Some 400,00 children at risk of starvation in Nigeria: UNICEF
The UN children’s fund has warned that nearly half a million kids may face starvation this year in northeast Nigeria, which is gripped by a devastating humanitarian crisis created by Boko Haram terrorist group.
Some 422m people live with diabetes: UN Chief
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in his message on World Diabetes Day, Nov. 14, 2016, said some 422 million people now live with diabetes.
Some parties see continuation of Syria war as beneficial to interests: Iran official
An Iranian deputy foreign minister says some parties in the Syrian conflict see the continuation of the military approach in Syria as beneficial to their political interests.
Some painkillers increase risk of developing heart failure
Common painkillers used by millions of people in the UK are linked to an increased risk of heart failure, experts said.
Eating some foods can increase Alzheimer’s risk
Alzheimer’s is the most common type of dementia in the UK. The cognitive disorder affects an estimated 850,000 Brits, according to the National Health Service (NHS).

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