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A Trilobite Fossil was Found by a Little Girl

The bug-like critters were wiped out in a mass annihilation event around 252 million years back in the wake of…

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Family History to Increase Chances of Childhood Obesity?

As per a current report, family history of obesity and blood pressure may expand the danger of developing severe obesity…

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Social Disruption to be Caused by Depression, Scientists say

In recent years we have seen the number of people, both children and adults, which experience anxiety and depression skyrocket…

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E. coli Outbreak has just been Confirmed in North Dakota

The number of people infected with E. coli after ingesting contaminated romaine lettuce has reached 26 in the state of…

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Should We Carry Naloxone Everywhere With Us?

For over 10 years, the U.S. Top health spokesperson has not issued another warning. That changed a month ago when…

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Planets Outside of Our Solar System have Helium Gas, Discovery shows

For people that are not part of the scientific community or that are not interested in these types of phenomena…

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Yellow Fever to be Triggered by Zika Carrying Mosquitoes

If back in 2016 we were experiencing a huge Zika scare, this year we could see it turn into a…

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The Boeing Starliner Space Capsule: What We Know So Far

In spite of the fact that there are a few companies which are fighting for success and NASA money, two…

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Sea Slugs to Take Energy from the Algae

Some ocean slugs suck crude materials from algae to give a lifetime supply of solar power energy, as indicated by…

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The Arabian Sea to Have the Largest Dead Zone in the Whole World?

The marine ecology is profoundly affected with plastic products inside the seas and very little is being done to recycle…

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