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Not only do prescription opioid drugs come with a risk of addiction and overdose, but they also appear to provide little benefit for patients with... [Read More]
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Here's why the ocean appeared shiny and bubbling after a tsunami hit Okushiri Island. [Read More]
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Scientists have observed a star so massive that it formed its own smaller star. [Read More]
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A new theory tries to explain the mysterious phenomena that exists at the center of black holes. [Read More]
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Some say the hysteria over screen time echoes parents' worries that their kids were watching too much TV in the 1980s. But new studies show... [Read More]
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If you're thinking about glitzing up your holiday baking with some food glitter, health officials have a warning for you. [Read More]
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These teensy droplets could be the smallest bits of fluid in the universe. [Read More]
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Susan Potter knew before she died that she, or at least her body, would make history. [Read More]
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Canada's largest diamond can't quite compete with the largest on record. [Read More]
Pterosaurs sported reddish-brown feathers back in the day. [Read More]
Even if you use the... [Read More]
This application framework makes it easier to move your data from one major platform to another. [Read More]
Harvard Business Review found a... [Read More]
An ancient temple in Indonesia hid underground for thousands of years. [Read More]
Nearly 200 military shipwrecks — dating as far back as the Revolutionary War and including ships from the Civil War and both World War I... [Read More]
A man in India developed a "rosette cataract" in his left eye after being punched in the face, according to a recent case report. [Read More]
An unlooted tomb discovered in an Egyptian necropolis contains the remains of more than 50 people. [Read More]
To find life on Mars, scientists may need to "go deep." [Read More]
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter photographed the InSight lander, as well as the hardware that helped the stationary robot ace its Nov. 26 touchdown on the... [Read More]
Who wouldn't want to travel in time, glimpsing the dinosaurs or peeking at humans 2,000 years from now? Now physicists have designed a time machine... [Read More]
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