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Empire State Building will host light show of endangered animals

Empire State Building will host light show of endangered animals

Image: Jimmy Collins/Corbis for LiveScience 2015-08-01 19:49:39 UTC Follow @LiveScience Getting people to pay attention to a huge, global problem is easier when you have an enormous billboard at your disposal. On Saturday, New York's ... Mashable, 10 hours ago

Exercise In Your Teen Years Pays Off, According To New Study

Aol By: Agata Blaszczak Boxe Published: 07/31/2015 10:41 AM EDT on LiveScience Women who exercised when they were teens may have a lower risk of dying from cancer and other causes in middle and older age, according to a new study. In the ...
 Huffington Post17 hours ago Exercise in Teen Years Tied to Lower Mortality Later  Yahoo! News1 day ago
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Eating More Salt Means Higher Blood Pressure, Confirms New Study

By: Laura Geggel Published: 07/29/2015 04:38 PM EDT on LiveScience People who increase their salt intake significantly are at higher risk of developing high blood pressure, a large Japanese study finds. Researchers looked at about 4,500 ...
 Huffington Post2 days ago Too Salty! High Sodium Intake Tied to Increased Blood Pressure  Yahoo! Singapore3 days ago Plastic Food Containers, Soap, Cosmetics May Increase High Blood Pressure Risk: Study  Latinos Health3 weeks ago

Rapid climate change wiped out Ice Age's mighty mammals, study finds

UTC Follow @LiveScience The mighty megafauna of the last ice age, including the woolly mammoths, short-faced bears and cave lions, largely went extinct because of rapid climate-warming events, a new study finds. During the unstable climate ...
 Mashable5 days ago Mighty Mammoths Fell Prey to Rapidly Warming Earth  Sudan Vision Daily4 days ago
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Live, Learn and Love Science

Livescience enhances knowledge in children by developing materials and tools that show them practical applications of science. Sanjay Kanth would observe nursery kids play with building blocks, while older kids were just reading textbooks to try ...
 New Indian Express6 days ago

This Is What Women Want In A Penis

By: Elizabeth Palermo, LiveScience Associate Editor Published: 07/24/2015 08:41 AM EDT on LiveScience What makes a penis attractive? Not sure? Well, don't rely on your opinion to answer that question -- science has the answer. A new survey, ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago What Do Women Want in a Penis? The Whole Package  LiveScience.com1 week ago

An Unexpected Health Consequence Of The California Drought

By: Elizabeth Palermo Published: 07/23/2015 08:57 AM EDT on LiveScience As drought continues to plague the Western United States, public health officials are warning residents of the region about an unexpected side effect of the dry weather: a ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago West Nile Virus Gets Boost from US Drought  Yahoo! News1 week ago CBS Sci-Tech: West Nile Virus gets a boost from U.S. drought  CBS News1 week ago

Dolphins' collapsible lungs help them avoid 'bends', new study finds

Image: Stuart Westmorland/Corbis for LiveScience 2015-07-21 07:09:37 UTC Follow @LiveScience When dolphins dive deep below the water's surface, they avoid succumbing to decompression sickness, or "the bends," likely because the massive sea ...
 Mashable1 week ago Deep-Diving Dolphins Avoid 'Bends' with Powerful Lungs  Yahoo! Singapore1 week ago

'Miracle' Gene Therapy To Cure Blindness Also Strengthens The Brain

By: Charles Q. Choi Published: 07/20/2015 07:11 AM EDT on LiveScience Treating people who are blind with gene therapy can not only restore their vision, it can also strengthen visual pathways in the brain, even in people who have been nearly ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago Brain Building: Blindness Treatment Affects More Than Eyes  Yahoo! News1 week ago

Women Who Sit Too Long Are At An Increased Risk Of Cancer

By: By Gillian Mohney, Live Science Contributor Published: 07/16/2015 11:03 AM EDT on LiveScience Sitting for a long time is linked with a variety of diseases, including an increased risk of Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Now, a new ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago CBS Health: Too much sitting may raise women's cancer risk  CBS News2 weeks ago Too Much Sitting Linked to Women's Cancer Risk  Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 weeks ago
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