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Not so hard for 'Big Easy' after kidney stone worries
Not so hard for 'Big Easy' after kidney stone worries
By Reuters - Jul 31, 2015

(Reuters) - Ernie Els put behind him a fear over potential kidney stones and the disadvantage of no pre-tournament practice rounds this week as he surged into contention for the ...

Goosen and Ishikawa set pace, Woods five back
Goosen and Ishikawa set pace, Woods five back
By Reuters - Jul 31, 2015

(Reuters) - Veteran South African Retief Goosen drew on good memories of past Presidents Cups played at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club as he charged into a tie for the first-round ...

Toronto land Price, Dodgers pull off blockbuster
Toronto land Price, Dodgers pull off blockbuster
By Reuters - Jul 31, 2015

(Reuters) - The Toronto Blue Jays added another big weapon to their roster by acquiring Detroit Tigers ace David Price on Tuesday while the Los Angeles Dodgers landed pitcher Alex...

GM moths could end cabbage ravage
GM moths could end cabbage ravage
By Reuters - Jul 30, 2015

Scientists in Britain say they have developed a way of genetically modifying and controlling an invasive species of moth that causes serious pest damage to cabbages, kale, canola ...

Saving rhinos in a lab
Saving rhinos in a lab
By Reuters - Jul 30, 2015

By Ben Gruber San Francisco, California - Matthew Markus, of biotech company Pembient, is holding up a rhinoceros horn worth thousands of dollars on the black market because a ...

Olympic athletes not worried about polluted waters
Olympic athletes not worried about polluted waters
By Reuters - Jul 30, 2015

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Olympic sailors are not worried about getting sick during the Rio Olympics next year in spite of reports that waters where the sailing events will take ...