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A company is developing a device the size of a breadcrumb that doctors can insert into the spine or skull and magnetically steer to a target to deliver a precise dose of drugs.
The bill would provide the biggest health-care expansion since the Affordable Care Act, a temporary plan to slash the child poverty rate and send $1,400 payments soon to millions of Americans. I
The pandemic is worsening already deep inequalities facing women and girls, erasing years of progress towards gender equality.
Beijing also plans to further strengthen regulation of fintech, financial holding companiesFintech firms have been a major lending source to small businesses in China
Pay hikes for over 56,000 public healthcare workers in Singapore from July; nurses get up to 14% more
An estimated 56,300 public healthcare workers in Singapore - including nurses and support care staff - will get pay bumps over the next two years, starting in July.
WASHINGTON: U.S. Senate Democrats' effort to advance President Joe Biden's US$1.9 trillion COVID-19 aid bill stalled on Friday as senators jousted over how long to extend enhanced unemployment benefits and how much to offer during the pandemic.
(Reuters) - Britain's grassroots rugby union clubs will receive more than 40 million pounds ($55.39 million) in support funds amid the COVID-19 crisis, the Sports Ministry announced on Friday.
Curriculum reforms prepare graduates for needs of rapidly changing world
The Office of Transport and Traffic Policy has hired Index International Group (IND) to draft a study for a land bridge connecting the Gulf of Thailand and Andaman Sea via the Southern Economic Corridor (SEC). The project is designed to link up the SEC with the Eastern Economic Corridor.
China increased its 2021 defense budget by 6.8 percent to 1.35 trillion yuan (US$209 billion) in a quicker pace than last year's growth, which analysts believe is normal, steady and restrained as the country resiliently emerges from the wreckage of Covid-19 pandemic.