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23 Jan
Almost a quarter million people who survived the Holocaust are still alive, with many needing aged care, a new study shows. Although the largest number lives in Israel, 14,200 reside in Germany, despite its Nazi past.
24 Dec
The genes that boost fertility mean you're more likely to die younger, according to a new study.
28 Oct
The British Antarctic Survey says warming waters are melting West Antarctica's ice shelf, contributing to rising sea levels. Research shows the trend is set to continue until at least the end of the century.
20 Sep
After Storm Daniel sparked extreme flooding across the Mediterranean, a new study shows global heating made the deadly heavy rainfall up to 50 times more likely in Libya.
6 Sep 2023
There has been an almost 80% increase in cases of cancer in the 14-49 age group over the past 30 years, a study has found. Some of the risk factors appear clear, but the surge has not been entirely explained.
3 Aug 2023
A new study has shown that Germans still find tackling climate change important, but the data also revealed discrepancies over what people are actually willing to do about it.
29 Jul 2023
The hot spells in parts of Europe and the US would not have occurred without human-made global warming, researchers say. This month is likely the hottest the Earth has seen in about 120,000 years, according to some.
28 Jun 2023
Brazil accounted for nearly half of tropical deforestation globally in 2022, found a new study. Can president Lula da Silva keep his vow to reverse the destruction wrought on the Amazon during his predecessor's term?
19 May 2023
Researchers of a new study say global warming and human consumption are causing the world's lakes to lose water.
23 Apr 2023
Hearing aids aren't only good for hearing loss. A new study suggests they could play a big role in helping to ward off dementia.

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