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Study: Eating leafy green vegetables helps reduce risk of heart diseases – CGTN

People can significantly reduce the risk of heart diseases by eating one cup of nitrate-rich vegetables every day, according to an Australian research.

India faces grim COVID-19 situation on deadliest day to date – CGTN

One day after India recorded the world's highest daily new coronavirus case count of over 400,000 since the start of pandemic, the country...

China Space Station: What scientific experiments will be done there? – CGTN

China Media Group (CMG) talked with a Chinese scientist on Friday, detailing the exact scientific experiments to be conducted in China's space station and facilities...

Protesting Brazil’s 400000 COVID-19 deaths – CGTN

Brazilian activists protesting the governments response to COVID-19 are using mock graves and body bags on Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana Beach to represent...

U.S. CDC estimates 1 in 3 Americans infected with COVID-19 – CGTN

About 35 percent of all Americans have been infected with COVID-19 over the past year, according to a new study of the U.S....

Moderna vaccine to be reviewed for WHO emergency listing on April 30 – WHO spokesman – CGTN

Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine will be reviewed on April 30 by technical experts for possible World Health Organization (WHO) emergency-use listing, Reuters reported,...

Global vaccine doses administered surpass billion mark – cgtn.com

Global COVID-19 vaccine doses that have been administered have surpassed the one billion mark. A

More than half UK population has received their first dose of vaccine – CGTN

More than half the UK population has received a first dose of COVID-19 vaccination, according to the latest figures. As of the end of...

Daily record of more than 893000 COVID cases globally – CGTN

A daily record of more than 893,000 COVID-19 cases has been recorded worldwide, mainly due to a surge of the virus in India,...

World Malaria Day: Progress in eliminating disease has plateaued, says WHO – CGTN

A growing number of countries have succeeded in drastically reducing or even eliminating malaria, but hundreds of thousands still die every year, the World Health...
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