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2015/07/30 05:45
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Keepers at the Taipei Zoo were excited. Resident giant panda Yuan Yuan was exhibiting signs of pregnancy -- an all-too-elusive event among captive pandas. There were tell-tale symptoms, like a loss...
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2015/07/30 00:49
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A very serious issue lies behind the ‘killer robots’ mockery Developing autonomous weapons is not just the stuff of Hollywood summer blockbusters This mock “killer robot” in central London during the...
2015/07/29 20:00
2015/07/29 20:00
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Whether it’s finishing a report or searching for lost keys, if you want to get through a task, focus is everything. Distractions are everywhere, and they can really slow you down. If you find yourself...
2015/07/29 17:16
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... The Komodo dragon is the only known creature on the planet today to boast teeth that are serrated, like a jagged-edged steak knife. But now researchers have discovered that the mighty T. rex not...
2015/07/29 07:17
2015/07/29 07:17
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... The species was down to its last six members last fall. Then there were five. Now, with the death of an elderly northern white rhino in a Czech zoo, there are just four of the animals left in a...
2015/07/28 13:30
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A 40-year-old biker took a tumble while mountain biking in New Mexico and got up to find he had been impaled by a tree branch that was sticking out of his neck, Live Science reports. The biker stayed...
2015/07/28 10:27
2015/07/28 10:27
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We've all heard we should drink eight glasses of water a day. But the advice isn't based on scientific evidence, and for some people it may be flat out wrong, report researchers in Harvard Health...
2015/07/28 03:45
2015/07/28 03:45
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Well, it's about time! After more than three centuries, scientists say they have figured out why pendulum clocks hung on the same wall tend to sync up--with one clock's pendulum swinging to the left...
2015/07/28 00:21
2015/07/28 00:21
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Underwater eruptions that created two new islands in the Red Sea could reveal a hidden volcanic region, say scientists The islands, dubbed Sholan and Jadid, were born in Zubair Archipelago Islands...
2015/07/27 23:16
2015/07/27 23:16
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... You wouldn't expect to find 97 ancient bodies crammed inside a 5,000-year-old house—but that's exactly what researchers discovered at the Hamin Mangha site in northeastern China, LiveScience...
2015/07/26 13:16
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... Keeping calm after, say, getting impaled by a tree branch might just save your life, doctors say. Take the example of a 40-year-old man who took a tumble while mountain biking in New Mexico. When he...
2015/07/25 13:45
2015/07/25 13:45
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By: Elizabeth Palermo, LiveScience Associate Editor Published: 07/24/2015 08:41 AM EDT on LiveScience What makes a penis attractive? Not sure? Well, don't rely on your opinion to answer that...
2015/07/25 13:16
2015/07/25 13:16
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... There's a saying in the health care world: dose matters. It certainly did in the case of 19-year-old Levy Thamba, a native of the Democratic Republic of the Congo who was studying at Wyoming's...
2015/07/24 16:27
2015/07/24 16:27
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A mountain biker in New Mexico was lucky not to sustain a serious injury after he fell off his bike and had a tree branch penetrate his neck, his doctors say. The 40-year-old man was biking off-road...
2015/07/24 16:27
2015/07/24 16:27
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A teenager in Colorado died after consuming an entire marijuana cookie that contained 6 servings of marijuana's active ingredient, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), according to a new report. The...
2015/07/24 15:29
2015/07/24 15:29
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Whether it’s finishing a report or searching for lost keys, if you want to get through a task, focus is everything. Distractions are everywhere, and they can really slow you down. If you find yourself...
2015/07/23 23:45
2015/07/23 23:45
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By: Elizabeth Palermo Published: 07/23/2015 08:57 AM EDT on LiveScience As drought continues to plague the Western United States, public health officials are warning residents of the region about an...
2015/07/22 15:18
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An ill-fated 19th-century expedition that became trapped in the Canadian Arctic ended in a particularly gruesome type of cannibalism, new research suggests. The gory end was faced by the British navy...
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2015/07/22 14:16
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... Call it cannibalism-plus. Scientists have learned that a group of British Navy shipmen stranded in the Canadian Arctic in the mid-1840s didn't just cut the flesh off their fellow crewmen's bones to...
2015/07/21 19:16
2015/07/21 19:16
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... The bad news: The ancient tomb at Vergina believed to house Alexander the Great's father may in fact be the final resting place of someone else. The good news: King Philip II's tomb is just a few...
2015/07/30 05:45
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