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Obamacare continues, America reacts

As US President Donald Trump reels from a major setback to his proposed healthcare bill, people around the country have expressed mixed reactions to the news Obamacare seems likely to stick around for

As US President Donald Trump reels from a major setback to his proposed healthcare bill, people around the country have expressed mixed reactions to the news Obamacare seems likely to stick around for

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Trump blames Democrats for healthcare bill failure

President Trump has turned the tables following his humiliating political defeat to replace and repeal Obamacare in Congress.

President Trump has turned the tables following his humiliating political defeat to replace and repeal Obamacare in Congress.

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Trump scrambles for votes to bin Obamacare

US President Donald Trump is scrambling to secure enough votes to dismantle the Affordable Care Act (or Obamacare) in the House of Representatives.

US President Donald Trump is scrambling to secure enough votes to dismantle the Affordable Care Act (or Obamacare) in the House of Representatives.

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Successful surgery removes 'extra legs' from baby

A baby girl born with four legs and two spines is now healthy after undergoing risky surgery at a hospital near Chicago.

A baby girl born with four legs and two spines is now healthy after undergoing risky surgery at a hospital near Chicago.

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Girl, 11, set to become Britain's youngest-ever mother

Britain is set to have its youngest-ever mother amid reports an 11-year-old girl is expected to give birth in the new future.

Britain is set to have its youngest-ever mother amid reports an 11-year-old girl is expected to give birth in the new future.

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Japan develops technology to improve health

“What better place than Japan to discover innovative healthcare solutions and technology that can improve people’s lives all over the world.

“What better place than Japan to discover innovative healthcare solutions and technology that can improve people’s lives all over the world.

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Takeaway: Playing against diabetes

This robot is not just a toy He helps kids with diabetes Researchers have programmed NAO to play educational games These games teach children how to handle their disease Playing with the robot makes h

This robot is not just a toy He helps kids with diabetes Researchers have programmed NAO to play educational games These games teach children how to handle their disease Playing with the robot makes h

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Medical tourism in Romania on the rise

Euronews spoke at Berlin’s ITB to Mircea-Titus Dobre, Romanian Minister of Tourism, about a growing trend in his country: medical tourism

Euronews spoke at Berlin’s ITB to Mircea-Titus Dobre, Romanian Minister of Tourism, about a growing trend in his country: medical tourism

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Egyptian who is world's heaviest woman loses 100kg in 3 weeks

She was admitted to the Indian hospital in February after a Mumbai-based surgeon, Dr Muffazal Lakdawala, raised funds to have her flown over for treatment.

She was admitted to the Indian hospital in February after a Mumbai-based surgeon, Dr Muffazal Lakdawala, raised funds to have her flown over for treatment.

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Dismantling Obamacare: US Republicans reveal their plan

House Republicans unveiled their proposal for dismantling and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the signature legislation of former President, Barack Obama.

House Republicans unveiled their proposal for dismantling and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the signature legislation of former President, Barack Obama.

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Invisible wounds of Syria’s war-scarred children

We are seeing a mental health crisis among Syrian children and if we do not act now, it will be very difficult to undo the damage done.

We are seeing a mental health crisis among Syrian children and if we do not act now, it will be very difficult to undo the damage done.

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From Iceland to Italy: how much do Europeans exercise?

Finland is the European Union country with the highest share of people exercising for at least two and a half hours per week.

Finland is the European Union country with the highest share of people exercising for at least two and a half hours per week.

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Thousands march amid fears over NHS cuts

Tens of thousands turned out to protest in London amid growing concern about the state of the National Health Service.

Tens of thousands turned out to protest in London amid growing concern about the state of the National Health Service.

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Doctors walk out in Greece

Doctors in Greek state hospitals walk out in protest in central Athens over social security changes

Doctors in Greek state hospitals walk out in protest in central Athens over social security changes

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Croatia refuses to ban abortion

Croatia's Constitutional Court has rejected a call to ban abortion, saying the legislation does not breach the country's constitution. However, the court urged parliament to pass new abortion legislat

Croatia's Constitutional Court has rejected a call to ban abortion, saying the legislation does not breach the country's constitution. However, the court urged parliament to pass new abortion legislat

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Italy: assisted dying debate reignited

The case of Fabiano Antoniani has reignited the debate about assisted suicide in Italy.

The case of Fabiano Antoniani has reignited the debate about assisted suicide in Italy.

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"There is a lot of pressure" - how "Premium Friday" could help the Japanese

Euronews Editorial Project Manager Javier Villagarcía has lived and worked in Japan. Here he gives us his impression of how the country's working culture will be affected.

Euronews Editorial Project Manager Javier Villagarcía has lived and worked in Japan. Here he gives us his impression of how the country's working culture will be affected.

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Japan tackles its workaholic culture

The government has launched the "Premium Friday" campaign encouraging firms to let workers out a few hours early on the last Friday of each month.

The government has launched the "Premium Friday" campaign encouraging firms to let workers out a few hours early on the last Friday of each month.

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WHO invites us to talk about depression

300 million people suffer from depression according to the latest World Health Organisation statistics.

300 million people suffer from depression according to the latest World Health Organisation statistics.