Very hot drinks "possibly carcinogenic", says WHO's cancer agency

June 18, 2016 by · Comments Off on Very hot drinks "possibly carcinogenic", says WHO's cancer agency 

PARIS, June 16 — The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) on Wednesday said drinking very hot liquids could cause cancer but added no conclusive evidence showed that coffee is probably carcinogenic.

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Very hot drinks "possibly carcinogenic", says WHO's cancer agency

June 18, 2016 by · Comments Off on Very hot drinks "possibly carcinogenic", says WHO's cancer agency 

PARIS, June 16 — The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) on Wednesday said drinking very hot liquids could cause cancer but added no conclusive evidence showed that coffee is probably carcinogenic.

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12 people, including 5 pregnant women, test positive for Zika virus in Norway

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OSLO, April 13 — The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) on Wednesday said 12 people, including five pregnant women, have tested positive for Zika virus in Norway since screening began in February, local media reported.

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Ireland issues new travel advisory over Zika virus

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DUBLIN, Jan. 29 — Irish Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan on Thursday published new travel advice for 20 countries in response to the Zika virus outbreak.

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Rio says three new Olympic venues ready

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RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov. 19 — Rio de Janeiro's city government has announced the completion of construction work on three new Olympic venues.

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Dragon fruit industry gains ground

September 22, 2015 by · Comments Off on Dragon fruit industry gains ground 

By Leilani G. Adriano

BURGOS,Ilocos Norte, Sept. 21 (PNA Features) –From single cuttings of the less known dragon fruit cactus plant Edita Dacuycuy-Aguinaldo, 69, planted 10 years ago in her backyard, who would think that this vine-like cactus species that bears pear-shaped fruits that have a bright pink flesh or sweetish white would catch the attention of plant lovers, now bringing huge income to growers and food processors alike.

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IOC still concerned about Rio water pollution

June 10, 2015 by · Comments Off on IOC still concerned about Rio water pollution 

LAUSANNE, June 9 — The International Olympic Committee (IOC) remains concerned about water pollution at the Rio 2016 Olympic sailing venue, the organization's president Thomas Bach said on Monday.

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Chicago corn, soybean down on record supplies, wheat unchanged

May 2, 2015 by · Comments Off on Chicago corn, soybean down on record supplies, wheat unchanged 

CHICAGO, May 2 — Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) corn, soybeans futures closed lower on Friday, as traders see new crop supplies are coming into better perspective under favorable weather forecasts ahead of the May U.S. government's estimates report.

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Chicago agricultural commodities fall

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CHICAGO, Jan. 29 — Chicago agricultural commodities closed lower Wednesday with all three major commodities falling.

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Chicago agricultural commodities closed lower

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CHICAGO, Jan. 28 — Chicago agricultural commodities futures market closed lower Tuesday with all three major commodities falling.

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