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A Canadian study in this week’s issue of the British Medical Journal highlights the dangers of driving under the influence of pot, which nearly doubles the risk of a serious or fatal car crash.
The behavior of a binge drinker is likely to influence the person with whom he or she is romantically involved, a new study by Canadian researchers has revealed.
A new study by scientists from the Census of Marine Life has placed the number of species of animals on planet Earth to about 8.7 million.
According to new research from the Census of Marine Life Tagging of Pacific Predators (TOPP), two expanses of the North Pacific Ocean are attracting an array of marine predators in predictable seasonal patterns.
Ian Jonsen, a research associate and adjunct professor in the Department of Biology at Dalhousie University and co-lead investigator of the Future of Marine Animal Populations Project (FMAP), has teamed up with Barbara Block at Stanford University and several other American researchers to conclude a two year study entitled, "Tracking apex marine predator movements in a dynamic ocean" published in the science journal Nature released June 22.
Reef fishes and many other marine species live all their adulthood in one place but early in their lives, when they're eggs and larvae, spend a short period of time drifting and swimming in the open ocean.
Researchers have discovered that a green algae invades tiny developing salamander embryos.
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