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This Is What Can Make Mars Habitable

Scientists have dreamed about re-shaping the Martian climate in order to make it livable for humans. Carl Sagan was the…

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The Mountain Climbers from ’50 states in 50 days’ Project Show Anything is Possible with Diabetes

Michael Shelver and Patrick Mertes are two young companions in the ’50 states in 50 days’ mountains-climbing trip. Both are…

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New Autism Diagnosis Method Discovered By Scientists

Young children suffering from autism can get their disease diagnosed in a more delicate way created by a group of…

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Healthy Lifestyle Might Decrease The Risks Of Dementia

Why are we so attracted to a healthy lifestyle? Have you ever asked yourself why do you keep exercising, eat…

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Stress Management And Relaxation Techniques: Tips To Relax Your Mind And Body

Relaxation and stress management are definitely our MVPs these days in the chaotic world that we’re living and considering our…

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Women More Likely to Have Summertime Sadness (SAD)

Everybody knows about experiencing the blues in winter. Caused by the absence of sunlight, the cold, and spending more time…

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Tiny Marine Worms Make One of the Loudest Sounds in the World​

Even though the ocean is filled with massive mammals and other immense creatures, the loudest sound ever recorded in the…

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Brain Abscess Given Antibiotics for Ear Infection at Stepping Hill Hospital

The 16-month-old Sophia arrived at the hospital with an abscess on her brain, was given antibiotics for an ear infection,…

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Living with Summertime Sadness ‘Seasonal Affective Disorder’

♫ I got that summertime, summertime sadness. ♫ If you’re feeling out of wack as the weather heats up, you…

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NASA’s Leadership Changes To Keep The 202nd Moon Mission On Track

A few days ago, NASA reassigned William Gerstenmaier from his 14-year position as an Associate Administrator for Human Exploration and…

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