Long-awaited study suggests that many of the continent's elephant populations could be wiped out in ten years.
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Evidence from the skeletons of ancient Peruvians shows that seals may have brought tuberculosis across an ocean from Africa.
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A study suggests the way children draw at the age of four can be a predictor of intelligence 10 years later.
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When we talk about "gender quotas", what we really mean is quotas for women. We see the under-representation of women as the problem that needs fixing. So we try to explain why there aren't ...
Tue 19 Aug 14 from Phys.org
Treatment rescues otherwise doomed animals infected with deadly Marburg virus
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There are roughly half a million known pygmy people living in various tribes around the world, clustered mainly near the tropics in African and Southeast Asia. Anthropologists have long attributed ...
Tue 19 Aug 14 from Discover Magazine
A cholera outbreak in Ghana's capital has reached "staggering" levels, an official said Friday, blaming poor sanitation and overcrowded health facilities for the rapid spread of the disease.
Fri 15 Aug 14 from Medical Xpress
The green anole lizard is master of a well-known trick: it can disconnect its tail in a jam and grow a new one. It's not only impressive, but enviable: regrowing broken or missing body parts ...
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