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Cirrhosis deaths were falling in the US until the financial crisis hit in 2008, but have sharply risen since then, especially among young people
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Around 100 million years ago, this baby snake hatched on a tropical island in the Indian Ocean and then got stuck in resin oozing from a tree
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The deep sea is full of weird undiscovered creatures. A foldable robotic grabber captures them gently without causing damage
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The family of Ella Kissi-Debrah want an inquest to rule air pollution as the cause of her death, while other legal cases are challenging government inaction on dirty air
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We're wedded to fossil fuels, but no-one told the people of Leeuwarden-Friesland. Is this the most innovative community you've never heard of?
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The use of medical cannabis is sweeping the world, but for many conditions it’s not clear it’s even effective. What would an evidence-based system prescribe?
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Political footage faked by AI is talked about as an imminent threat to US democracy. There are good reasons to think it's not a big problem yet, says Tim Hwang
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Brain-training is thriving despite doubts it can actually boost your smarts. But there is a way to increase your IQ score and keep your brain sharp for longer
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Artificial intelligence and robotics will displace up to 7 million jobs by 2037 - but will generate 7.2 million, leading to a net gain
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We are so glued to our phones that people can't seem to stop worrying that they give you cancer – but if they did, we would have seen a massive increase in tumours
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