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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Sperm concentration in North America, Europe and Australia has declined 50 percent in 40 years, study says
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The quality of sperm from men in North America, Europe and Australia has declined dramatically over the past 40 years, with a 52.4 percent drop in sperm concentration, according to a study published Tuesday. The research — the largest and most ...
Docs find 'very steep' decline in sperm count in North American men. Here's whyGlobalnews.ca
Sperm counts have declined by more than half for Western men, study findsCBC.ca
Sperm counts among western men have halved in last 40 years – studyThe Guardian
BBC News -Oxford Academic - Oxford University Press -BBC News -New Scientist
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North America: Canada Establishes Red Line For NAFTA Talks
STRATFOR
Canada will not submit to U.S. attempts to dismantle the independent panels that rule on trade disputes under the North American Free Trade Agreement, Forex Live reported July 25. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada would not ...

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Baltimore Sun

ELTA North America opens Cyber Innovation Center
Baltimore Sun
ELTA North America, an Israeli-owned defense manufacturer, is opening a Cyber Innovation Center at its Annapolis Junction headquarters. Modeled after innovation centers at ELTA's facilities in Israel and other countries, the innovation center will ...
ELTA North America is opening a cybersecurity center in MarylandBaltimore Business Journal
ELTA North America to Open Cyber Center in MarylandPatch.com

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Ward's Auto

North America Light-Vehicle Production Flat in First-Half 2017
Ward's Auto
Automakers in North America built 1,543,246 light vehicles in June, 5.1% behind year-ago's 1,626,392. With U.S. sales coming in below expectations, production began to fall in line, pulling back 10.1% to 981,607 units after growing in May. Car output ...


Fortune

Why Vancouver Is Becoming North America's Next Big Tech Scene
Fortune
Christy Clark was kind enough not to mention the U.S. or its new President by name—at least not at first. But with talk of “Muslim bans” and H-1B visa restrictions swirling, the British Columbia Premier's message to companies both Canadian and ...

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