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Scientists find way to bend, stretch diamonds

An international team of researchers has found that diamond, the strongest of all natural materials, can bend and stretch much like rubber and snap back to its original shape. A study published on Thursday in the journal Science opened the door to a variety of diamond-based devices for applications such …

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The Latest: Swedish Academy Pays Tribute to Hawking

THE Latest on the death of theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, whose brilliant mind ranged across time and space though his body was paralyzed by disease (all times local): 11:05 a.m. A spokesman for Sweden’s Royal Academy of Sciences that hands out the Nobel Prizes in physics says Stephen Hawking “was a …

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Now the race is on to come with a viable flying taxi

Flying cars are just starting to inch their way out of science fiction. But that is not stopping some companies from planning for flying taxi services. A growing collection of tech companies, aircraft manufacturers, automakers and investors are betting that fleets of battery-powered aircraft will give rise to air taxi …

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UAE leads the world in 50 indices

The UAE has been rated number one globally in 50 indices covering vital community and service sectors, according to the Global Competitiveness Index 2017-2018. The UAE led in the region and the world in various indices including the quality of government decisions, the government’s ability to adapt to changes, the …

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7 Health Principals to Help Teenagers Lose Weight

By Karen Reed, Managing Editor at Positive Health Wellness   Obesity is a growing concern in the Western world. More children and teenagers are suffering from being overweight and it’s leading to a range of health problems. Some turn to eating disorders, while others yo-yo diet constantly. Being overweight and …

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Rare dinosaur discovery could signal more finds

A skeleton has been unearthed in Egypt’s Western Desert, whose ancient sands have long helped preserve remains, but unlike most finds this one isn’t a mummy – it’s a dinosaur. Researchers from Mansoura University in the country’s Nile Delta discovered the new species of long-necked herbivore, which is around the …

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Academic committee set up for communication forum

The International Government Communication Centre (IGCC) has announced the setting up of an academic committee for the International Government Communication Forum (IGCF). Through the new committee, the subsidiary of Sharjah Government Media Bureau (SGMB) aims to enhance communication practices and promote interaction between the relevant bodies involved in government communication. …

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Latifa Hospital emergency to undergo expansion

The emergency department of Latifa Hospital for Women and Children, Dubai’s oldest and largest dedicated maternity and paediatric hospital, will undergo expansion to increase its capacity to handle 60,000 patients annually from the current 30,000, announced a Dubai Health Authority spokesperson. Fatma Al Masbah, director of Finance and Administration at …

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What’s The Best Juices For Constipation

BY KAREN REED MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 2018 Constipation often occurs when our digestive system is not working correctly. It is possible that the diet that you are following doesn’t contain much fiber. Hence there is a build-up of wastes in the body. The digestive system is the one responsible for breaking …

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