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      The most common cancers in Britain are breast, prostate, lung and bowel, accounting for 53 percent of new cases annually.

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      High blood pressure in China has risen from 7.7 percent of the population in 1979 to 33.5 percent in 2010.

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      Most health authorities issue guidelines on the bare minimum required to help ward off numerous ailments made worse by a sedentary lifestyle.

    • Brazilian Restaurants Turn Waste Back Into Food

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    • The Italian Wine Star That Came Back From Oblivion

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    • Chai Stirred Into Silicon Valley Coffee Culture

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    • Anything Goes as French Liqueurs Keep Up With World Trends

      French liqueurs are reliable "ambassadors of quality", an industry leader says.

    • President Obama Gets a Taste of Famous Pork Soup in Vietnam

      While 54-year-old restaurant owner Nguyen Thi Lien knew a foreign television crew was on the way, she had no idea they would be bringing a very special guest.

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      The most unhealthy are those with uncontrolled diabetes and high blood pressure, and who often face challenges getting around and performing daily tasks.

    • Louis Vuitton Fried Chicken' Owner Fined in South Korea

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    • China Wields Increasing Power in World Wine Market: Study

      China remains the main driver of growth in the global wine industry.

    • South Africans Sweet on Sugary Drinks Despite Fat Tax

      Manufacturers of sugar-sweetened drinks in South Africa believe the tax could lead to job losses.

    • This is How Pollutants Are Affecting the Quality of Fish and Your Health

      Fish that contain environmental pollutants may harm people who eat them by preventing the human body from doing its natural job of flushing out toxins, researchers have found.

    • EU Safety Experts Say Cherry Insecticide Could Carry Health Risk

      Dimethoate, an insecticide widely used to protect crops such as cherries, could be harmful to humans, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), which advises EU policymakers.

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