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HAMPTON, Va., Feb. 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Most of the universe remains mysterious to scientists and researchers everywhere.
Drugs called statins that can help lower an individual's cholesterol levels are needed by up to 11 million older U.S. residents, a new study suggests. Yale University researcher Dr.
A researcher at England's Newcastle University says cows with names tend to be happier and more productive than their nameless fellow cows. Dr.
Breastfeeding may reduce the chance of children developing asthma, but a Canadian researcher says fast-food may negate the breast feeding benefits. Dr.
Breastfeeding may reduce the chance of children developing asthma, but a Canadian researcher says fast-food may negate that benefit. Dr.
An enormous basalt formation has been discovered by a researcher in the Taiwan Strait, looking like an ancient city wall.
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DR. RALPH WEISSLEDER HONORED FOR CAREER OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY IN MOLECULAR IMAGING BEDFORD, Mass., Dec.
A Swedish researcher said on Friday that mice who were fed junk food for nine months showed signs of developing the abnormal brain tangles strongly associated with Alzheimer's disease.
A Forest Grove, Ore., researcher said he had never heard of YouTube until his video of a shrimp on a treadmill became a sensation on the Web site. David Scholnick of Pacific University said he and his research partner, Louis Burnett of the College of Charleston, took video of a shrimp running on an underwater tread mill two years ago as part of their research into the effects of fatigue on their experiments, The (Portland) Oregonian reported Wednesday. Scholnick said he was amazed when he...
- A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.
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