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Amphibian Species are Collapsing in Spain Due to Deadly Virus
Scientists have found that two closely related viruses that have been introduced to northern Spain in recent years may have led to the collapse of three different species of amphibian.
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Scientific Breakthrough Helps Design Antibiotics Of The Future
Scientists have made an astonishing breakthrough that could help with new drugs in the future and tackling infection. They have discovered how to use computer simulations to show how bacteria are able to destroy antibiotics--focusing on the role of enzymes and how they can make the bacteria resistant.
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What's The Exercise 'Cost' Of Soda?
Telling teens just how much it would take to walk or run a soda off might be a good way to keep them from drinking this sugar-filled beverage. Recent findings published in the American Journal of Public Health touch on taking such instances into account.
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Excessive Nail Trimming Could Harm Your Health, Study Shows
Trimming your fingernails or toneails too often can also damage physical health, according to recent findings published in the journal Physical Biology. Researchers at the University of Nottingham university found that daily nail trimmings could actually lead to nail problems.
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Sleeper Sharks May Hunt Steller Sea Lions in the Gulf of Alaska
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Scientists Discover How to Stimulate Brown Fat to Burn More Energy from Food
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New Robot May be Able to Conduct Brain Surgery for Epilepsy Through the Cheek
Scientists may have may found a safer and less invasive way to address epilepsy with a new robot.
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How the Powerful Jets of Young Stars Form: Magnetic Fields
Scientists may have solved the mystery behind the super-powerful astrophysical jets that young stars emit. They've successfully tested a new model that explains how magnetic fields form these emissions in young stars.
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What Do We Really See? Memory Provides Miraculous Detail, Not The Eye
Though most of us assume we can see the miraculous detail of the world around us, our eyes and brain are actually deceiving us. According to recent findings published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, researchers have found that the brain works to fool the human body into believing that we see in sharp detail by calling on the memory of past visual experiences.
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Constant Travel Increases The Risk Of Obesity
Being "on the move" and busy can help many individuals stay fit. Walking, biking and jogging are all easy ways to get to your destination while simultaneously getting in some much needed exercise. However, those who are constantly traveling--via airplanes or trains--are not going to be experiencing the same types of benefits.
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Jet Lag May Cause Obesity by Disrupting Gut Bacteria
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Cell Powerhouses Evolved from Parasitic Bacteria
It turns out that parasitic bacteria may be to blame for the eventual evolution of mitochondria, the powerhouses of animal and plant cells.
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