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"The stupid warnings only damage the reputation of good health advice," says David Spiegelhalter. [Read More]
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Most new diseases that humans get come from animals. [Read More]
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A DNA test kit like 23 and Me cannot tell you where you were born, but your parents probably can. [Read More]
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A DNA test kit like 23 and Me cannot tell you where you were born, but your parents probably can. [Read More]
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Coral reefs need all the protection they can get, but will coral reefs ever be safe in the face of rapid climate change? [Read More]
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There may be significantly fewer Pap smears performed in the future. [Read More]
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Sugar taxes are becoming increasingly popular to combat diabetes and other health problems. Do they work? [Read More]
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On average, this hospital delivers a dozen babies a day. [Read More]
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Wolves in the 2,672 square mile Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in Belarus and Ukraine have adapted surprisingly well to their new human-less existence. [Read More]
Buying opioids on the internet isn't just illegal: it's usually a scam. [Read More]
Buying opioids on the internet isn't just illegal: it's usually a scam. [Read More]
Fishing gear is often responsible for both intentional and unintentional marine wildlife deaths. [Read More]
Depending on how big the eruption is, this volcano could temporarily stop flights across the Pacific Ocean. [Read More]
When the Pine Island Glacier melts, it could trigger even more ice to melt and raise global sea levels. [Read More]
It means you should probably go out and pick some strawberries. [Read More]
It means you should probably go out and pick some strawberries. [Read More]
The authors suggest that socioeconomic factors like poverty contribute to both demographics. [Read More]
Americans kill more than half a million coyotes a year. [Read More]
It isn't clear if social media play a role in an epidemic of loneliness in America. [Read More]
How close are we to becoming a T. Rex dinner? [Read More]
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