Trump struggles to explain why Obama’s jobs numbers were better than his  The IndependentDonald Trump has repeatedly struggled to explain why the number of jobs created during his presidency compared unfavourably with the new employment ... View full coverage on Google News

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Training Better Robotic Surgeons In Virtual Reality  NPRAcross the country, surgeons are learning to use more than just scalpels and forceps. In the past decade, a growing number of medical institutions have invested ...

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Breaking the booze habit, even briefly, has its benefits  MPR NewsTens of thousands of Instagram followers can't be wrong: Curiosity about the sober life is trending. Scientists say cutting out alcohol can improve your sleep and ... View full coverage on Google News

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Space Investors, Rejoice! There May Be Something Worth Mining on the Moon  The Motley FoolScientists think they've discovered a gargantuan metal deposit on the moon's far side. But what metal is it? View full coverage on Google News

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US finds itself isolated in Iran conflict  The Hill Iran warns war would spread across Gulf, threaten U.S. troops  Reuters Trump learns it’s not always easy going it alone  Politico UK minister tries to defuse tensions between Iran and US  Express.co.uk The Observer view on heightened US tensions with Iran  The Guardian View full coverage on Google News

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Apollo 11 is paving a path from the moon to Mars  CNNFifty years after humans first stepped on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission, NASA has created a goal of landing the first woman and next man on the moon's ... View full coverage on Google News

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Smartphones causing us to grow horns? Study suggests so but critics doubt it  WRAL Tech Wire Why we're not sprouting horns from phone overuse, or succumbing to other tech threats to our health  The National Youth 'growing horns on skulls' due to smartphone use  The Standard Experts: Phone use creating horns in teen skulls  The Guam Daily Post Smartphones causing ‘Horns’ on young people’s skull  The Siasat Daily View full coverage on Google News

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FDA approves rival for 'female Viagra' from Raleigh firm Sprout Pharmaceuticals  WRAL Tech Wire New drug to boost women's sex drive approved  The Standard Coming soon to US bedrooms: Injectable 'female Viagra'  Washington Examiner Cindy Eckert, Billionaire CEO of ‘Female Viagra’ Company, Brings Her Story To Hollywood  WWD 'Female Viagra' Was Just Approved by The FDA Despite "Skimpy Peer-Reviewed Data"  ScienceAlert View full coverage on Google News

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