The cheap combo tablet contained two blood pressure drugs, a cholesterol medicine and aspirin. Researchers said the study could be a gamechanger, especially in poor countries and for people who don't stick to a multi-tablet regimen.
Slave ships' arrival 400 years ago marks the beginning of a dark period of US history: 250 years of slavery followed by a long period of racial segregation, the repercussions of which are still felt in American society.
Named Fedor, for Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research with identification number Skybot F850, the robot is the first-ever sent up by Russia.
"The headline message is to reassure drinking water consumers around the world, that based on this assessment, our assessment of the risk is that it is low," Bruce Gordon of the World Health Organization says.
Timed to coincide with a bid to create a treaty to protect and conserve the biodiversity of oceans, Turkey's scenic coastlines are the subject of a new exhibition at the United Nations headquarters in New York.
With an average of more than 120 illegally trafficked tigers seized each year since 2000 –– which amounts to over two each week –– conservation group Traffic warned there was little sign of respite for the species.
In 1996 and 1997 when sex abuses took place, Cardinal George Pell had just become archbishop of Australia's second-largest city and had set up a world-first compensation arrangement for victims of clergy sexual abuse.
Social media companies have struggled to combat fake news of all sorts, from political propaganda to bogus warnings about vaccines such as MMR for measles, mumps, and rubella.
Insomniac Games worked with Sony interactive and Marvel Games on "Spider-Man," which has sold more than 13.2 million copies worldwide, according to Sony.
Defendant Evelyn Hernandez, 21, has already served three years of the sentence handed down after prosecutors said she had induced an abortion.
As heatwaves and drought become more drawn out, the damage they cause to health, ecosystems, agriculture and the economy grows "significantly", scientists warn.
A large majority of countries voted in Geneva to prohibit the transfer of elephants caught in the wild to so-called captive facilities – a practice animal protection groups have long described as "cruel".
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