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KGTV San Diego
Greece Uncovers Ancient Palace; Hopefully It Won't Be LootedSo archaeologists in Greece have found some ruins, but these aren't just any ru
Greece Uncovers Ancient Palace; Hopefully It Won't Be Looted
KGTV San Diego / Posted 9 minutes ago
So archaeologists in Greece have found some ruins, but these aren't just any ruins. Tablets written in Linear B script, the earliest known written language of the Greek people, were discovered within the 10-room palace. Other parts of Mycenaean... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Meth Lab Injuries On The Rise In The U.S.By: Sara G. Miller, Staff Writer Published: 08/27/2015 04:55 PM EDT on LiveSci
Meth Lab Injuries On The Rise In The U.S.
The Huffington Post / Posted 4 hours ago
By: Sara G. Miller, Staff Writer Published: 08/27/2015 04:55 PM EDT on LiveScience Meth lab injuries are on the rise in some parts of the U.S., according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Unlike drugs such... Read more
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Business Standard India
10 brutal shooting incidents that shocked the US in recent timesThe US is no stranger to deadly shooting incidents. And the killing of a 24-yea
10 brutal shooting incidents that shocked the US in recent times
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
The US is no stranger to deadly shooting incidents. And the killing of a 24-year-old TV reporter Alison Parker and 27-year-old cameraman Adam Ward on live television in Virginia on Wednesday is yet another dark reminder of the ever-rising gun culture... Read more
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Deseret News
This is even more evidence that Jesus may have had a wifeDid Jesus have a wife? It’s a question experts, researchers and believers have
This is even more evidence that Jesus may have had a wife
Deseret News / Posted yesterday
Did Jesus have a wife? It’s a question experts, researchers and believers have debated for years. A new study may point toward “yes.” Researchers at Columbia University have started running new tests on the highly controversial papyrus text, called... Read more
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Daily Mail
Experts reveal seven ways to work out if someone is being unfaithfulIs YOUR partner cheating on you? As Ashley Madison's adulterers are exposed, re
Experts reveal seven ways to work out if someone is being unfaithful
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Is YOUR partner cheating on you? As Ashley Madison's adulterers are exposed, relationship experts reveal seven ways to work out if someone is being unfaithful After adultery website Ashley Madison’s database of unfaithful users were exposed by... Read more
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Yahoo News
Origins of 'Gospel of Jesus's Wife' Begin to Emerge The truth may be finally emerging about the "Gospel of Jesus's Wife," a highl
Origins of 'Gospel of Jesus's Wife' Begin to Emerge
Yahoo News / Posted 3 days ago
The truth may be finally emerging about the "Gospel of Jesus's Wife," a highly controversial papyrus suggesting that some people, in ancient times, believed Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene. New... Read more
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The Huffington Post
What You Need To Know About The New Libido Pill For WomenBy: Elizabeth Palermo Published: 08/21/2015 10:58 AM EDT on LiveScience Some
What You Need To Know About The New Libido Pill For Women
The Huffington Post / Posted 3 days ago
By: Elizabeth Palermo Published: 08/21/2015 10:58 AM EDT on LiveScience Some health professionals are reacting with more enthusiasm than others about the first approved drug aimed at increasing women's sexual desire. Known generically as... Read more
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International Business Times
Gospel of Jesus' Wife: Ink on controversial ancient scroll dates back 1,200 years New research on the papyrus' ink is a step closer to proving it's authenticity
Gospel of Jesus' Wife: Ink on controversial ancient scroll dates back 1,200 years
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
New research on the papyrus' ink is a step closer to proving it's authenticity say researchers. Analysis of the papyrus published in the Harvard Theological Review journal, suggested the 'Gospel of Jesus' Wife' papyrus dates back around 1,200 years,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Is the Gospel of Jesus' Wife REAL?Is an ancient manuscript that claims Jesus married REAL? Study of ink used in a
Is the Gospel of Jesus' Wife REAL?
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Is an ancient manuscript that claims Jesus married REAL? Study of ink used in ancient papyrus suggests it could be authentic Text reads: 'Jesus said to them, 'My wife'' and 'she will...be my disciple' Some have used this to prove Jesus was married... Read more
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redOrbit
Confirmed: Cosmic neutrinos exist!Scientists at the IceCube Neutrino Observatory in Antarctic have verified the e
Confirmed: Cosmic neutrinos exist!
redOrbit / Posted 3 days ago
Scientists at the IceCube Neutrino Observatory in Antarctic have verified the existence of the tiny energetic particles known as cosmic neutrinos, which are believed to be produced by some of the most violent phenomena in the universe, including... Read more
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The Christian Post
Did Jesus Have a Wife? Controversial 'Gospel of Jesus' Wife' Papyrus Is Being InvestigatedResearchers are still hard at work investigating the authenticity of a controve
Did Jesus Have a Wife? Controversial 'Gospel of Jesus' Wife' Papyrus Is Being Investigated
The Christian Post / Posted 4 days ago
Researchers are still hard at work investigating the authenticity of a controversial ancient papyrus known as the "Gospel of Jesus' Wife," which was discovered by a Harvard University professor in 2012, and has prompted debate over whether or not it... Read more
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redOrbit
So...physicists have created an invisible, magnetic wormholeBuilding on previous research on so-called invisibility cloaks, a team of resea
So...physicists have created an invisible, magnetic wormhole
redOrbit / Posted 6 days ago
Building on previous research on so-called invisibility cloaks, a team of researchers have made the magnetic equivalent of a wormhole, as they have developed a device capable of transporting a magnetic field from one point in space to another,... Read more
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FOX News
Bad habits put many contact-lens wearers at risk of eye infectionMost Americans who wear contacts have bad hygiene habits with their lenses that
Bad habits put many contact-lens wearers at risk of eye infection
FOX News / Posted 7 days ago
Most Americans who wear contacts have bad hygiene habits with their lenses that could increase their risk of eye infection, according to a new report. Researchers analyzed information from about 1,000 U.S. adults who wore contacts and answered... Read more
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iol.co.za
Are humans meant to be faithful?INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERS(File photo) The founders of AshleyMadison.com, Noel and
Are humans meant to be faithful?
iol.co.za / Posted 7 days ago
INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERS(File photo) The founders of AshleyMadison.com, Noel and Amanda Biderman, in Cape Town for the launch of the South African version of the site. PICTURE: CANDICE CHAPLIN Washington - Unless you're lucky enough to live under a... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Is cheating more 'natural' for humans than staying monogamous?"You get married, and after a period of time, your sexual attraction to your pa
Is cheating more 'natural' for humans than staying monogamous?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
"You get married, and after a period of time, your sexual attraction to your partner seems to wane." Photo / iStock Unless you're lucky enough to live under a rock, you've probably heard that Ashley Madison, a dating site that caters specifically to... Read more
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redOrbit
Researchers discover oldest human-like finger boneA recently-discovered fossil is literally giving researchers a hand when determ
Researchers discover oldest human-like finger bone
redOrbit / Posted 7 days ago
A recently-discovered fossil is literally giving researchers a hand when determining the evolution of humans, as the remains are of a hand bone believed to have belonged to a previously unknown human relative that would have been far taller and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
August 21: All rush for bullrushDo you remember playing bullrush? Gary Dooley's take on the game, inspired by a
August 21: All rush for bullrush
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Do you remember playing bullrush? Gary Dooley's take on the game, inspired by a new book on the subject by David Slack, will bring back some fond memories ... "I feared bullrush, but played for the very real fear of missing out. I was always in the... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Yes, There Are Risks To Going Gluten-Free If You Don't Have Celiac DiseaseBy: Katherine Tallmadge, M.A., R.D. Published: 08/18/2015 10:18 AM EDT on Live
Yes, There Are Risks To Going Gluten-Free If You Don't Have Celiac Disease
The Huffington Post / Posted 8 days ago
By: Katherine Tallmadge, M.A., R.D. Published: 08/18/2015 10:18 AM EDT on LiveScience Katherine Tallmadge is a registered dietitian; president of Personalized Nutrition; noted motivational and wellness speaker; author of "Diet Simple: 195 Mental... Read more
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Newser
This Tiny, 2M-Old Bone Reveals Something Big About Human Evolution– Scientists have stumbled upon the oldest known fossil of a hand bone that loo
This Tiny, 2M-Old Bone Reveals Something Big About Human Evolution
Newser / Posted 9 days ago
– Scientists have stumbled upon the oldest known fossil of a hand bone that looks a lot like one found in your own hand, though this one is at least 1.84 million years old. Found in Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania, the hominin bone—likely from the pinky of... Read more
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Business Insider
Scientists just made a major breakthrough that could revolutionize the way we use energyA new record-high temperature has been achieved for superconductors — extraordi
Scientists just made a major breakthrough that could revolutionize the way we use energy
Business Insider / Posted 9 days ago
A new record-high temperature has been achieved for superconductors — extraordinary materials that conduct electricity without dissipating energy. The advance may be an important step in the long-standing quest to achieve a room-temperature... Read more
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Daily Mail
'Going to the gym WON'T help you lose weight'Going to the gym WON'T help you lose weight – you need to eat less: Study finds
'Going to the gym WON'T help you lose weight'
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Going to the gym WON'T help you lose weight – you need to eat less: Study finds exercise alone is not enough to shed the pounds Two experts have studied the link between exercise and obesity for years Trials show exercising and dieting is no more... Read more
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FOX News
Mobile health tech looks promising, but does it work?Smartphone apps, health-monitoring devices and wearable sensors that collect re
Mobile health tech looks promising, but does it work?
FOX News / Posted 13 days ago
Smartphone apps, health-monitoring devices and wearable sensors that collect real-time data have the potential to help Americans improve their heart health. But right now, there is not enough evidence to evaluate whether all this technology can... Read more
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Newser
Archaeologists Say a French Baron's Long-Lost Ship Has Been Found—in Israel– A mysterious, century-old shipwreck found 40 years ago off Israel's coast has
Archaeologists Say a French Baron's Long-Lost Ship Has Been Found—in Israel
Newser / Posted 14 days ago
– A mysterious, century-old shipwreck found 40 years ago off Israel's coast has been tentatively revealed to be a priceless find: the long-lost ship of a French baron, say Haifa University archaeologists. Baron Edmond James de Rothschild—who moved... Read more
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FOX News
Neighborhood marijuana shops linked to pot-related hospital staysA sign advertises a medical marijuana dispensary on Venice Beach in Los Angeles
Neighborhood marijuana shops linked to pot-related hospital stays
FOX News / Posted 14 days ago
A sign advertises a medical marijuana dispensary on Venice Beach in Los Angeles, California, July 19, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson California neighborhoods that have more medical marijuana dispensaries may also have more hospitalizations related to... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Just A Butterfly Drinking Some Turtle TearsWhen you can't find unicorn tears (and who can these days?), take a page out of
Just A Butterfly Drinking Some Turtle Tears
The Huffington Post / Posted 14 days ago
When you can't find unicorn tears (and who can these days?), take a page out of the butterfly playbook and seek out the nearest turtle. These Julia butterflies, spotted in the western Amazon, aren't just hitching a ride atop turtles. They're... Read more
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FOX News
2 hours of standing at work may boost your healthYou've probably heard that sitting all day is bad for you, but just how long do
2 hours of standing at work may boost your health
FOX News / Posted 15 days ago
You've probably heard that sitting all day is bad for you, but just how long do you need to spend standing up at your desk, or ambling on a treadmill at the office, to see health benefits? A new study from Australia suggests that replacing 2 hours... Read more
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FOX News
Omega-3s may prevent full-blown schizophreniaOmega-3 fatty acids may prevent the development of full-blown schizophrenia in
Omega-3s may prevent full-blown schizophrenia
FOX News / Posted 15 days ago
Omega-3 fatty acids may prevent the development of full-blown schizophrenia in people who are at high risk of the disease, new research suggests. What's more, omega-3s seemed to prevent the study participants from developing psychosis for several... Read more
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Newser
A Medieval Mystery Sword's Inscription Baffles Experts, Who Ask the World for Help and Get Fascinating Answers– Hello world, can you help us decipher the message on a medieval sword? That s
A Medieval Mystery Sword's Inscription Baffles Experts, Who Ask the World for Help and Get Fascinating Answers
Newser / Posted 15 days ago
– Hello world, can you help us decipher the message on a medieval sword? That sums up what the British Library wrote in a blog about a blade discovered in an English river in 1825, LiveScience reports. The so-called River Witham sword—a 13th-century... Read more
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The Huffington Post
The Curious Case Of A Woman Who Orgasms From Her FeetEver had an orgasm that originated in one of your feet? Probably not. But if yo
The Curious Case Of A Woman Who Orgasms From Her Feet
The Huffington Post / Posted 15 days ago
Ever had an orgasm that originated in one of your feet? Probably not. But if you have, you're not alone -- and there's a team of Dutch researchers who'd like to hear from you. Foot orgasm syndrome exists and despite it's name, it's not a good... Read more
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Newser
A New Study Identifies The Worst Fats for Your Heart– If nothing else can get you to cut back on trans fats, maybe the threat of de
A New Study Identifies The Worst Fats for Your Heart
Newser / Posted 16 days ago
– If nothing else can get you to cut back on trans fats, maybe the threat of death will do it. Researchers who analyzed 123 observational studies on saturated and trans fats published in the last 30 years found people who consumed a diet high in... Read more
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FOX News
Does testosterone improve men's sex lives?Testosterone may not rev up men's sex lives as much as they expect it to: Older
Does testosterone improve men's sex lives?
FOX News / Posted 16 days ago
Testosterone may not rev up men's sex lives as much as they expect it to: Older men with slightly low testosterone levels did not experience improvement in their desire or intimacy after they took testosterone supplements, according to a new... Read more
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FOX News
Coca-Cola controversy: Is exercising more or eating less better for weight loss?Coca-Cola has given a million dollars to a new research organization that has p
Coca-Cola controversy: Is exercising more or eating less better for weight loss?
FOX News / Posted 16 days ago
Coca-Cola has given a million dollars to a new research organization that has pushed a message that lack of exercise is a bigger factor in the obesity epidemic than is calorie consumption. Science, however, still counts calories as the main driver of... Read more
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FOX News
Even slightly preterm babies face risksInfant death rates in the United States continue to decline, but babies born ev
Even slightly preterm babies face risks
FOX News / Posted 16 days ago
Infant death rates in the United States continue to decline, but babies born even just a few weeks early are at considerably higher risk for death than those born at full term, according to a new report. In 2013, there were 5.96 infant deaths for... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Is there a link between early fatherhood and premature death?Young men who become fathers before age 25 have a higher risk of dying in midli
Is there a link between early fatherhood and premature death?
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
Young men who become fathers before age 25 have a higher risk of dying in midlife, compared to men who father their first child later. That's according to a study by Finnish researchers published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community... Read more
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Newser
It's Crazy How Bad Southern Food Is for Your Heart– Fried chicken and gravy is delicious, but it's also dangerous for your heart.
It's Crazy How Bad Southern Food Is for Your Heart
Newser / Posted 17 days ago
– Fried chicken and gravy is delicious, but it's also dangerous for your heart. That alone might seem to come from the Department of the Obvious, but just how dangerous a Southern-style diet can be might surprise you: Researchers at the University of... Read more
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Yahoo News
Beautiful, Rat-Filled Island Seen From Space Australia's Adele Island appears tranquil from space, but this sandy spit is
Beautiful, Rat-Filled Island Seen From Space
Yahoo News / Posted 17 days ago
Australia's Adele Island appears tranquil from space, but this sandy spit is the site of efforts to eradicate an invasive rat population that devastates seabird populations. Adele Island: From space, you... Read more
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FOX News
Woman loses vision after mosquito bitesA woman who caught chikungunya fever while vacationing in the Caribbean wound u
Woman loses vision after mosquito bites
FOX News / Posted 17 days ago
A woman who caught chikungunya fever while vacationing in the Caribbean wound up losing some of the vision in her right eye permanently, according to a new report of her case. The findings suggest that vision problems may be an underreported effect... Read more
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FOX News
Want 1, 2 or 3 kids? Study estimates when to start building your familyMore and more couples are postponing having children as they try to balance the
Want 1, 2 or 3 kids? Study estimates when to start building your family
FOX News / Posted 17 days ago
More and more couples are postponing having children as they try to balance their careers and other life goals with their desire to have kids. But, at the same time, couples who wait too long may run into fertility problems or wind up unable to have... Read more
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metro
Woman loses sight in one eye after being bitten by mosquito The arrival of a huge, seeping scratchy lump on our arms is about the extent
Woman loses sight in one eye after being bitten by mosquito
metro / Posted 17 days ago
The arrival of a huge, seeping scratchy lump on our arms is about the extent to which most of us are affected by mosquito bites. But a British woman ended up going blind in her right eye... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Woman Loses Vision After Mosquito Bite Transmits Chikungunya FeverBy: Laura Geggel Published: 08/10/2015 10:38 AM EDT on LiveScience A woman wh
Woman Loses Vision After Mosquito Bite Transmits Chikungunya Fever
The Huffington Post / Posted 17 days ago
By: Laura Geggel Published: 08/10/2015 10:38 AM EDT on LiveScience A woman who caught chikungunya fever while vacationing in the Caribbean wound up losing some of the vision in her right eye permanently, according to a new report of her case. The... Read more
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Newser
Deep-Sea Divers Had No Clue What This Enormous, Gelatinous Blob in the Mediterranean Was– When Lutfu Tanriover went on a deep-sea dive off the coast of Turkey in early
Deep-Sea Divers Had No Clue What This Enormous, Gelatinous Blob in the Mediterranean Was
Newser / Posted 17 days ago
– When Lutfu Tanriover went on a deep-sea dive off the coast of Turkey in early July, he wasn't prepared for what he and his fellow divers encountered 72 feet below the surface: a gelatinous, see-through blob the size of a car that he nicknamed "The... Read more
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Newser
Researcher Discovers First Venomous Frog When It Jabs Him. Luckily It Only Has Enough Venom to Kill 6 Humans– Miss Piggy's split with Kermit wasn't the only painful frog-related news this
Researcher Discovers First Venomous Frog When It Jabs Him. Luckily It Only Has Enough Venom to Kill 6 Humans
Newser / Posted 19 days ago
– Miss Piggy's split with Kermit wasn't the only painful frog-related news this week. Researchers have released their findings on the world's first known venomous frogs, whose abilities were only discovered when one of them stung a researcher's hand,... Read more
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Newser
It Turns Out Sharks Have a Sixth Sense for Killing. Literally.– It turns out there's something sharks are even better at than spicing up your
It Turns Out Sharks Have a Sixth Sense for Killing. Literally.
Newser / Posted 19 days ago
– It turns out there's something sharks are even better at than spicing up your average made-for-TV movie about tornadoes: sensing electricity. Back in 1971, a Dutch scientist discovered sharks use tiny pores on their heads to sense the electric... Read more
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redOrbit
Loch Ness-like reptile fossil unearthed in AlaskaResearchers have uncovered the fossilized remains of an ancient, long-necked sp
Loch Ness-like reptile fossil unearthed in Alaska
redOrbit / Posted 20 days ago
Researchers have uncovered the fossilized remains of an ancient, long-necked species of marine reptile known as an elasmosaur in the mountains of southern Alaska, marking the first time remains of the creature have been found in that state, according... Read more
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The Huffington Post
These States Have The Most Drunk Drivers On The RoadBy: Tia Ghose Published: 08/07/2015 11:19 AM EDT on LiveScience People who li
These States Have The Most Drunk Drivers On The Road
The Huffington Post / Posted 20 days ago
By: Tia Ghose Published: 08/07/2015 11:19 AM EDT on LiveScience People who live in Hawaii are the likeliest of those of any state to drive drunk, and Midwesterners also have high rates of drunk driving, according to a new report of drunk driving... Read more
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Deseret News
Do young men who become fathers before 25 have a higher risk of dying midlife?Young men who become fathers before age 25 have a higher risk of dying in midli
Do young men who become fathers before 25 have a higher risk of dying midlife?
Deseret News / Posted 20 days ago
Young men who become fathers before age 25 have a higher risk of dying in midlife, compared to men who father their first child later. That's according to a study by Finnish researchers published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community... Read more
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Newser
We Drink and Drive an Estimated 121M Times a Year– This study might make you think twice about getting behind the wheel whether
We Drink and Drive an Estimated 121M Times a Year
Newser / Posted 21 days ago
– This study might make you think twice about getting behind the wheel whether you've been drinking or not: About 1.8% of American adults admitted to driving while impaired at least once over the previous 30 days, per a new CDC study of 2012 data.... Read more
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Babyology
Photos of sick children may sway anti-vaxxersTugging on heart strings may be the key to persuading vaccination skeptics to i
Photos of sick children may sway anti-vaxxers
Babyology / Posted 21 days ago
Tugging on heart strings may be the key to persuading vaccination skeptics to immunise their children, new research has found. A study says showing anti-vaxxers pictures of a child with measles, or getting them to read an account written by a mum... Read more
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FOX News
Brain building: Blindness treatment affects more than eyesTreating people who are blind with gene therapy can not only restore their visi
Brain building: Blindness treatment affects more than eyes
FOX News / Posted 21 days ago
Treating people who are blind with gene therapy can not only restore their vision, it can also strengthen visual pathways in the brain, even in people who have been nearly blind for decades, researchers say. Since 2007, clinical trials using gene... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Superbug Infections Will Keep Rising If We Don't Do Something NowBy: Rachael Rettner Published: 08/05/2015 11:37 AM EDT on LiveScience Infecti
Superbug Infections Will Keep Rising If We Don't Do Something Now
The Huffington Post / Posted 21 days ago
By: Rachael Rettner Published: 08/05/2015 11:37 AM EDT on LiveScience Infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria are projected to increase in the United States if no action is taken soon, but a national effort could prevent more than half a... Read more
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