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Air pollution is one of the biggest killers on Earth, but when it is cut back the health benefits kick in almost immediately... [Read More]
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Scientists have found a meteorite-munching microbe that thrives on the metals found in extraterrestrial rocks that have crash-landed on Earth. [Read More]
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Scientists have embarked on a mission to develop a once-a-month oral contraceptive pill. [Read More]
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Guust Nolet is a man with quite the job description: he manages a fleet of MERMAIDs. These underwater beauties are robotic devices that bob Earth's... [Read More]
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Some plants have been found to emit "ultrasonic clicks" inaudible to the human ear when put under life-threatening stress, each sound containing informatio... [Read More]
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Back in December 2017, it was revealed that a gushing plume of infected blood was being pumped into Canada's largest wild salmon migration route.   Despite... [Read More]
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Of all the rules you should listen to in school we'd like to suggest that 'don't throw stationary' is pretty much at the top. Don't... [Read More]
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A woman whose heart stopped for six hours has made a remarkable recovery thanks to a fortunate set of circumstances and the valiant work of her doctors.... [Read More]
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The new-age funeral home celebrated the opening of its first location in an 18,500 square-foot building last month after legislators changed state law rega... [Read More]
Century-old reports that a single-celled organism is capable of hierarchical responses to stimuli, trying first one response then others, have been confirm... [Read More]
With the world's temperature gauge slowly but surely creeping upwards, what's in store for the polar regions, two of the most vulnerable and important ecos... [Read More]
While out planet-hunting for NASA, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satelite, or TESS, managed to observe a rarely seen space curiosity: a comet exploding. [Read More]
The rare lung disease is usually seen in people who work with hard metals, like cobalt and tungsten, such as those who sharpen tools, polish... [Read More]
Visitors to the Tennessee Aquarium have the chance to a one-of-a-king light show this holiday season as Miguel Wattson, the aquarium's tweeting electric ee... [Read More]
A new study has taken a deep look at the brains of nine people (five men and four women) before and after they spent 14... [Read More]
A Pavlovian response has been worked into plastic to make it move in response to exposure to light... [Read More]
New research has found there could be a million times more pieces of plastic in the ocean than previously estimated. [Read More]
A patient in England has been diagnosed with a rare case of monkeypox, Public Health England (PHE) has confirmed. The rare viral infection is similar... [Read More]
Children report feeling "significantly more interested and more competent when reading in the presence of a therapy dog and spent more time reading and wer... [Read More]
Streptococcal A bacteria destroy red blood cells and use the remnants to hide from immune cells that would otherwise destroy them... [Read More]
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