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Tests showing low egg reserves not linked to infertility
Lab tests showing that women have low reserves of eggs in their ovaries may not necessarily mean they will struggle to get pregnant, a US study suggested.
SpaceX tests first stage of 'world's most powerful rocket' (Video)
SpaceX has completed testing of all three first-stage cores on its Falcon Heavy rocket.
Researchers devise way to boost sensitivity of medical tests
Researchers at the University of Washington (UW) have discovered a simple way, by adding polydopamine to diagnostic tests for medicine and common assays for laboratory research at a key step, to raise the accuracy of these tests.
US confirms North Korean ICBM launch
North Korea has test launched an intercontinental ballistic missile for the first time, the United States confirmed Tuesday as it warned of an escalating threat from Pyongyang and insisted America would never accept a nuclear-armed North Korea.
Study examines why patients do not get diagnostic tests
A new study by the University of Michigan found that risk, benefit and cost are the main reasons why people put off having diagnostic testing done.
Tillerson calls on Rouhani to stop Iran’s ballistic missile tests
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has called on Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to end the country’s ballistic missile tests in what is Washington’s first reaction to his re-election
UNSC slams North Korea’s latest missile tests
The United Nations Security Council has demanded that North Korea halt its nuclear and ballistic missile tests.
North Korea tests new rocket engine: US officials
The United States says North Korea has conducted a fresh rocket engine test, amid heightened tensions with regional and extra-regional countries.
Spokesman: Missile tests indisputable right of Iran
Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi said on Tuesday that missile tests are inherent and indisputable right of Iran to defend its security and national interests.
Iran needs no foreign permission for missile tests
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyyed Abbas Araghchi underlined that Iran does not need any permission for its missile tests and national security reinforcement.
Oesophageal cancer tests raise hopes for earlier detection
Scientists are perfecting new methods to spot a difficult-to-diagnose cancer.
UN denounces North Korea’s missile tests
The United Nations has condemned North Korea’s recent ballistic missile launches, warning that it will take further measures against the country.
US warns of 'options' over N Korea nuclear, missile tests
The United States has warned that it would consider using other “options” if North Korea continued nuclear and missile testing.
US water utilities use tests that downplay contamination
Water utilities in some of the largest cities in the US that collectively serve some 12 million people have used tests that downplay the amount of lead contamination found in drinking water for more than a decade, a Guardian analysis of testing protocols revealed.
Tests for four-year-olds 'unreliable'
Official assessments of four-year-olds are unreliable and disrupt the crucial early days of school when children should be settling in, a report says.

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