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Burlington to Talk About its Plans Regarding the Environment

Burlington’s mayor, Miro Weinberger, plotted his ecological plans on the off chance that he is chosen to a third term…

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3 Astronauts from International Space Station to Return Home Safely

Three astronauts came back from the International Space Station to the blanketed frosty -level grounds of Central Asia, finishing a…

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Is the Teenage Behavior Causing Obesity Later in Life?

Youngsters observe the places around them. They know how things work. The sooner you check your undesirable dietary patterns, the…

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Rheumatoid Arthritis to be Treated with Scorpion Venom in the Future

Scorpions are considered especially dangerous, especially since they are venomous. However, it appears that their venom can be used for…

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A Wave of Heat in the Arctic Leaves Scientists Confused

Scientists are baffled to see the new weather spikes in the Arctic. Usually, they are used to seeing lower temperatures…

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Family Tree of Elephants – Genetic Investigation and Unexpected Interbreeding Fact

The most far-reaching elephant genome research that was ever done, which talked about seven living and extinct species, is about…

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New Study Shows that Depression Modifies the Brain as time goes by

A study done by the Center for Addiction and Mental Health came to the conclusion that people who deal with…

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University of Maryland is Looking to Destroy Toxins with Their New Experiment

The environmental engineers at the University of Maryland received an award of 1.4 million dollar grant in order to come…

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A New Study States that Pesticides are not as Effective as They Should Be

This new study raises a number of questions regarding the effectiveness of the two most popular agricultural pesticides as it…

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Agriculture Saves Livelihoods and Lives: Put an End to World Hunger

In 2017, the Food and Agriculture Organization has made a worrying announcement. The number of hungry people all over the…

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