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The Sacramento Bee
What are the symptoms of eye damage from viewing a solar eclipse?that eclipse found 45 people with possible eclipse-related eye damage showed up
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 21 hours ago
that eclipse found 45 people with possible eclipse-related eye damage showed up at a clinic in Leicester, England, reported LiveScience.com. Of that number, 40 were confirmed to have damage or symptoms of damage, and five had visible changes in... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
DIY solar eclipse viewera lot of ways you can mess up a , so now you can learn from my mistakes. I use
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 6 days ago
a lot of ways you can mess up a , so now you can learn from my mistakes. I used a tutorial from LiveScience, using a shoe box. But there are tons of other ways to make a solar eclipse viewer. Don't risk burning your... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
DIY solar eclipse viewera lot of ways you can mess up a , so now you can learn from my mistakes. I use
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 6 days ago
a lot of ways you can mess up a , so now you can learn from my mistakes. I used a tutorial from LiveScience, using a shoe box. But there are tons of other ways to make a solar eclipse viewer. Don't risk burning your... Read more
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Business Insider
A new study claims marijuana is tied to a threefold risk of dying from high blood pressure — but there's a catchPollack, who directs the Lambert Center for the Study of Medicinal Cannabis and
Business Insider / Posted 11 days ago
Pollack, who directs the Lambert Center for the Study of Medicinal Cannabis and was not involved with the new study, told LiveScience that there were many strains of marijuana "with no quality standards," and that was "making it tough to... Read more
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International Business Times
What is pink noise - and can it cure your insomnia? to humans. But pink noise is a mix of high and low frequencies that sounds more
International Business Times / Posted 12 days ago
to humans. But pink noise is a mix of high and low frequencies that sounds more natural than white noise. According to LiveScience, the two sounds differ in the way their signal power is distributed. "White noise had equal power per hertz... Read more
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New York Post
Scientists discover genetic ‘trail’ to mysterious Biblical civilizationcivilization, which created the first alphabet and is mentioned frequently in t
New York Post / Posted 19 days ago
civilization, which created the first alphabet and is mentioned frequently in the Bible, has long fascinated historians. LiveScience reports that, because the Canaanites kept their records on papyrus, rather than clay, relatively little is known... Read more
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FOX News
Angelina Jolie's facial paralysis: What is Bell's palsy?the muscles on one side of the face. Which side of the face is affected depends
FOX News / Posted 25 days ago
the muscles on one side of the face. Which side of the face is affected depends on which nerve is affected. More From LiveScience Scientists don't know for sure what causes this nerve damage, but they generally think that it's caused by a... Read more
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FOX News
How brain's 'helper cells' could contribute to schizophreniathe iPSCs so they turned into glial progenitor cells, or the cells in the body
FOX News / Posted 25 days ago
the iPSCs so they turned into glial progenitor cells, or the cells in the body that give rise to glial cells. More From LiveScience The researchers transplanted the glial progenitor cells into the brains of young mice. This resulted in... Read more
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FOX News
How a cancer drug helped one woman get pregnantpregnant, according to the case report, published online (July 11) in the Journ
FOX News / Posted 28 days ago
pregnant, according to the case report, published online (July 11) in the Journal of Medical Case Reports. More From LiveScience The woman had previously been diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) , which is one of the most... Read more
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NBC News
Snooty, world's oldest captive manatee, dies after 'accident' in Florida aquarium59 years old, with the second oldest reaching 48 years, according to the Florid
NBC News / Posted 29 days ago
59 years old, with the second oldest reaching 48 years, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, LiveScience reported. "Taken proper care of, paying attention to their habitats, those things can help with their longevity.... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Lining up for the smell of death in D.C.to look and smell. A plant scientist who is public programs manager at the U.S
Op-Ed News / Posted 30 days ago
to look and smell. A plant scientist who is public programs manager at the U.S. Botanic Garden, told the website LiveScience "... once you get into that room, it really hits you pretty hard. It reminded me of a dead deer on the side of... Read more
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Daily Star
Mystery SOLVED? 3,300-old Egyptian tomb UNCOVERED revealing extraordinary discoverypalace – they’re shocked by what it contains “We are sure there is a tomb hidd
Daily Star / Posted 1 months ago
palace – they’re shocked by what it contains “We are sure there is a tomb hidden in that area.” Zahi Hawass He told LiveScience: “We are sure there is a tomb there, but we do not know for sure to whom it belongs. “We are sure there is a... Read more
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