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More than 40 people at the university have been sickened with the mumps virus.
The close living spaces in college dorms may make people particularly susceptible to the virus, even if they've been vaccinated.
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Is this the smallest shark you have ever seen?
A juvenile male pocket shark has been identified from the Gulf of Mexico offshore Louisiana. The tiny shark has an orifice above its fin that may secrete either mate-attracting pheromones or a luminous substance.
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Mah cousin is shy and cute.
He's also a great dancer.
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Now you know why you are an introvert.
A new study may help explain why extroverts are more motivated to seek the company of others than are introverts.
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I think we need to examine the brains of Journalists.
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This is one of the strangest medical cases you will ever see.
About 50 years after having surgery, a man sought medical help for a rather unusual condition.
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These celebs can help to shine a light on these diseases.
Here's a look at celebrities who live with chronic illnesses, and how they deal with their conditions.
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She copped off her breasts. For no reason. .out of fear 
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Watch out for these!
Humans have been fighting viruses throughout history. Here are the nine viruses that are the world's worst killers, based on their mortality rates, or the sheer numbers of people they have killed.
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Unraveling the origin of volcanic lightning has been difficult.
Lightning flashing in the sky during volcanic eruptions stems both from ash and from ice, scientists find.
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Here's how dinosaurs wound up all over the world.
Between 230 million and 66 million years ago, dinosaurs plodded across the supercontinent Pangea, and migrated from Europe to other parts of the world. Now, researchers have visually mapped this incredible migration.
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Did you know that a random mutation suppressed the formation of wisdom teeth a few thousand years ago?
Inuits have the highest percentage of people without wisdom teeth.
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All five tablets were pierced with an iron nail, folded and deposited in the grave.
The lead tablets, which were meant to curse tavern keepers in ancient Athens, were found in the grave of a young woman who lived 2,400 years ago.
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How do curse tablets found commonly within the Roman Empire relate to these earlier, Greek? Thanks.
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They have a simple explanation.
NASA asked scientists and the public to explain mysterious lines on the Caspian Sea floor and got an answer.
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So you're saying there's a chance.
Time travel is still a mystery, but it's probably safe to say these seven sci-fi stories totally missed the mark.
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