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Good news for people who drink coffee every day: Consuming a moderate amount of coffee could lower the risk of clogged arteries that can lead to a heart attack, a new study finds.
Good news for people who drink coffee every day: Consuming a moderate amount of coffee could lower the risk of clogged arteries that can lead to a heart attack, a new study finds.
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5 bottles of wine means you don't care. 
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French police are looking for thieves who swiped a Siamese crown and other Asian artifacts from the Château de Fontainebleau this weekend.
French police are looking for thieves who swiped a Siamese crown and other Asian artifacts from the Château de Fontainebleau this weekend.
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Earth's last ice age was so cold that even Antarctica's emperor penguins had trouble with the chill, a new study finds.
Earth's last ice age was so cold that even Antarctica's emperor penguins had trouble with the chill, a new study finds.
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In calm waters, barnacle penises are long and slender, allowing them to reach the maximum amount of partners possible. But wave-exposed, intertidal locales favor stouter penises, which are more easily controlled under turbulent conditions.
In calm waters, barnacle penises are long and slender, allowing them to reach the maximum amount of partners possible. But wave-exposed, intertidal locales favor stouter penises, which are more easily controlled under turbulent conditions.
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The percentage of people in the United States who see regular marijuana use as harmful has fallen since the beginning of the 21st century, a new study finds. That could translate into more pot users in the future.
The percentage of people in the United States who see regular marijuana use as harmful has fallen since the beginning of the 21st century, a new study finds. That could translate into more pot users in the future.
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A bionic eye has allowed a man whose retina was damaged to see again for the first time in 10 years.
A bionic eye has allowed a man whose retina was damaged to see again for the first time in 10 years.
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More of these technologies need to move from the labs to pubic usage... needs abound for it..!!
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California's severe drought is just a taste of the dry years to come, thanks to global warming, a new study finds.
California's severe drought is just a taste of the dry years to come, thanks to global warming, a new study finds.
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A furry companion can offer comfort to hospital patients, but new guidelines recommend that only dogs — and not cats — be allowed in hospital pet therapy programs.
A furry companion can offer comfort to hospital patients, but new guidelines recommend that only dogs — and not cats — be allowed in hospital pet therapy programs.
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In the event of a zombie outbreak, the best place to hide is away from populated areas, scientists have confirmed. A team of researchers decided to model what would happen if an epidemic of the undead hit the United States.
In the event of a zombie outbreak, the best place to hide is away from populated areas, scientists have confirmed. A team of researchers decided to model what would happen if an epidemic of the undead hit the United States.
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People who are trying to impress a date with their good looks might want to limit themselves to one drink, a new study finds.
People who are trying to impress a date with their good looks might want to limit themselves to one drink, a new study finds.
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People who eat peanuts or other nuts may live longer, a new study finds.
People who eat peanuts or other nuts may live longer, a new study finds.
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Last week, ocean explorers mourned the loss of a legend in their field: Eugenie Clark, a marine biologist and authority on sharks.
This week, ocean explorers mourned the loss of a legend in their field: Eugenie Clark, a marine biologist and authority on sharks.
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