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Medical News Today: Home remedies for relieving gas during pregnancy
MNT Many women experience an increased amount of gas during pregnancy. Home remedies, such as drinking plenty of fluids, eating more fiber, and exercising regularly, can help reduce gas... 23 minutes
Home remedies for relieving gas during pregnancy
MNT Many women experience an increased amount of gas during pregnancy. Home remedies, such as drinking plenty of fluids, eating more fiber, and exercising regularly, can help reduce gas and relieve discomfort. Learn more here. 25 minutes
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Image: Herschel's view of the galactic centre
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Study finds excess emissions from diesel cars produced by major auto manufacturers in Europe
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Study: Emissions from most diesel cars in Europe greatly exceed laboratory testing levels
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Seismic research cruise provides new data on US Atlantic margin gas hydrates
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Quantum anomaly: Breaking a classical symmetry with ultracold atoms
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Cyprus, Egypt sign accord for Mediterranean gas pipeline
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Wave-particle interactions allow collision-free energy transfer in space plasma
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ExoMars highlights radiation risk for Mars astronauts, and watches as dust storm subsides
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Trump rolls back pollution rules for drilling on US lands
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Hubble Detects Unusual Infrared Emission from Nearby Neutron Star
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Former Colorado nuke site opens to public as wildlife refuge
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Wetlands are key for accurate greenhouse gas measurements in the Arctic
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Report recommends revisiting federal safety regulations for liquid petroleum gas distribution systems
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Wetlands are key for accurate greenhouse gas measurements in the Arctic
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Chemists develop nanocatalysts for continuous biofuel synthesis
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Iron powder: a clean, alternative fuel for industry that replaces natural gas
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Accelerating electrocatalyst discovery with machine learning
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UK could be carbon neutral by 2050 says ambitious new report
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