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The three have been rewarded with a prize worth $1.2m (£750,000) for their work on transportation of materials within cells

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Only 14 per cent of UK adults exercise regularly

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A previously infertile woman has given birth to a healthy baby, after scientists discovered a way to beat the menopause by inducing ovaries to produce eggs.

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Firefox browser will offer to block web tracking

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