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Abortion rate in U.S. drops to lowest level since 1974: report

The annual rate of the controversial procedure of abortion in the United States has slipped to its lowest level since 1974, according to research group Guttmacher Institute’s latest report.

Last man to walk on the Moon dies at 82

U.S. astronaut Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the Moon, passed away on Monday, Jan. 16, at the age of 82, the National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA) confirmed.

Acupuncture may reduce colicky crying among babies: study

The ancient Chinese practice of acupuncture may reduce colicky crying among babies when other treatments do not help, a new study suggested.

Humans Arrived in North America Nearly 10,000 Years Earlier than Past Estimates: Study

Humans arrived in North America nearly 14,000 years ago as per earlier estimates but a new research conducted by researchers from Université de Montréal' and University of Oxford claims that humans might have reached North America around 24,000 years ago.

Tennessee lawmaker seeks ban on use of food stamps for buying junk food

A Tennessee lawmaker has proposed a new bill that aims to prevent people from using food stamps to purchase items that have no nutritional value, such as soda, candy and ice cream.

British climate scientists raise concerns over Trump presidency

British climate scientists have urged Prime Minister Theresa May to press U.S. President-elect Donald Trump to acknowledge risks being posed by climate change and support international efforts to tackle global warming.