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2015/04/24 21:18
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Earth Day, which was on April 22 this year, is a time to celebrate and protect the pale blue dot we call home. But some of its crown jewels may be vanishing. Many parts of the globe face threats from...
2015/04/24 21:18
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2015/04/24 20:46
2015/04/24 20:46
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New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristoff suggested in his column Thursday that education reformers should shift their efforts toward early childhood education — the time when children are too young...
2015/04/24 20:18
2015/04/24 20:18
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Photo courtesy Egypt Exploration SocietyThis recently translated papyrus, dating back to the second century, contains a recipe for several ailments, including a "drunken headache. Hiding a hangover...
2015/04/24 18:18
2015/04/24 18:18
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Dr. Mehmet Oz has made a name for himself in part by touting "miracle" cures and weight-loss products, but the TV personality is now facing fire from critics for making health claims that are not...
2015/04/24 14:18
2015/04/24 14:18
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An atomic clock that sets the time by the teensy oscillations of strontium atoms has gotten so precise and stable that it will neither gain nor lose a second for the next 15 billion years. The...
2015/04/24 02:18
2015/04/24 02:18
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A new strain of flu that likely came from Asia has sickened thousands of dogs in the Midwest, experts say. The new dog flu virus, which has not been seen before in U.S. dogs, has infected more than...
2015/04/23 22:18
2015/04/23 22:18
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Every wine connoisseur knows the value of an aged wine, but few get the opportunity to sample 170-year-old Champagne from the bottom of the sea. In 2010, divers found 168 bottles of bubbly while...
2015/04/22 20:45
2015/04/22 20:45
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By: Agata Blaszczak Boxe Although dietary supplements are often touted for their health benefits, they may in fact increase your cancer risk, especially if taken in high doses, according to a new...
2015/04/22 15:14
2015/04/22 15:14
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An exhibit shows the life of a neanderthal family in a cave in the new Neanderthal Museum in the northern town of Krapina February 25, 2010 Answers in Genesis, founded by creationist Ken Ham, has...
2015/04/21 21:22
2015/04/21 21:22
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Does YOUR state believe in global warming? Interactive map reveals spread of opinion on climate change across the US The map, created by Yale University, reveals public opinion in all 50 states, 435...
2015/04/18 07:21
2015/04/18 07:21
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How Columbus was beaten by the Chinese: Bronze artefacts suggest East Asia traded with the New World 2,600 years ago Bronze buckle and whistle from AD 600 found in Cape Espenberg But bronze-working...
2015/04/17 21:18
2015/04/17 21:18
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An African monkey thought to be extinct has been spotted again by researchers, who returned from a remote Congo forest in March with the first-ever photos of the rare red primate. Until this year,...
2015/04/17 14:32
2015/04/17 14:32
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More than 100 million women all over the world use birth control pills to prevent unplanned and unwanted pregnancies, but recently published research has revealed that the contraceptive has an...
2015/04/17 08:48
2015/04/17 08:48
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You Might Also Like The male volunteers were then ask to collect a semen sample and return it to Simmons for lab analysis. Using a computer-assisted sperm-analysis system, Simmons found that men with...
2015/04/16 23:18
2015/04/16 23:18
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Even planets can get a bad case of tinnitus, according to a new study that explains Earth's mysterious, never-ending hum. Scientists have long known that earthquakes can make the Earth sing like a...
2015/04/16 22:19
2015/04/16 22:19
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When people call their dogs their "fur babies," they may be onto something, at least on a chemical level. Dogs that make so-called puppy eyes at their owners get a spike in the "love hormone"...
2015/04/16 21:47
2015/04/16 21:47
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There’s a power in food that brings people together. The study noted that when discussions were carried out over meals, individuals were more likely to feel friendly, listen, give compliments and...
2015/04/16 18:27
2015/04/16 18:27
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As the joint surfaces suddenly separate, there is no more fluid available to fill the increasing joint volume, so a cavity is created, and that event is what's associated with the sound....
2015/04/15 21:19
2015/04/15 21:19
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A new Ebola vaccine study starting in Sierra Leone will test the vaccine in thousands of people who are working to fight the epidemic, health officials said today. For the study, called STRIVE,...
2015/04/15 11:17
2015/04/15 11:17
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The 29-year-old superfan had been playing the game every day for six to eight weeks, according to a report in the JAMA Internal Medicine journal. Doctors were amazed that he didn't feel any pain...
2015/04/24 21:18
2015/04/24 21:18
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