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Death or Full Recovery? Ebola Outcome May Depend on Your Genes

Surviving Ebola May Depend On Your Genes

By: Bahar Gholipour Published: 10/31/2014 10:41 AM EDT on LiveScience People infected with Ebola vary greatly in how severe their symptoms are. The majority die, but some develop only very mild symptoms, and it is even possible that some have no ... Huffington Post, 4 hours ago

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Underwater 'lump' could be Amelia Earhart's lost plane

UTC Follow @LiveScience The hunt for Amelia Earhart's lost plane will continue next summer. An underwater "anomaly" detected off the coast of the tiny Pacific atoll Nikumaroro could be the wreckage of Earhart's aircraft, as it is the right ...
 Mashable1 day ago Underwater 'lump' may be wreckage from Amelia Earhart's plane  Mother Nature Network4 hours ago Earhart Search: Underwater 'Lump' May Be Wreckage from Lost Plane  LiveScience.com1 day ago

5 Reasons To Think Twice About Colon Cleansing

By Cari Nierenberg, Contributing writer Published: 10/29/2014 03:51 PM EDT on LiveScience Cleaning out the colon is sometimes necessary— for example, before a medical procedure, such as a colonoscopy. But some people do it in the belief that ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago Colon Cleansing: 7 Myths Busted  LiveScience.com1 day ago Does Your Colon Need Cleaning? 5 Things You Should Know  LiveScience.com3 days ago

Drinking milk could be bad for women, new study finds

By for LiveScience 2014-10-29 18:45:23 UTC Follow @LiveScience Drinking three or more glasses of milk per day may be harmful to women's health, a new study suggests. Women in the study who downed at least three glasses of milk a day were ...
 Mashable2 days ago 3 or more servings of milk a day connected to higher mortality in women  Mother Nature Network2 days ago Women, 3 Glasses of Milk a Day May Harm You  Newser2 days ago 3 Servings of Milk a Day Linked to Higher Mortality in Women  LiveScience.com2 days ago

This is how a dead body decomposes in the ocean

Image: Jessica Johnson/Deviant Art for LiveScience 2014-10-29 19:15:55 UTC Follow @LiveScience When a dead body decomposes in the ocean, scientists know little about what happens to it. To find out, some researchers performed an unusual ...
 Mashable2 days ago What Happens to a Dead Body in the Ocean?  LiveScience.com3 days ago

A Single Mutated Gene Can Turn Sweating Completely Off

-0400 Follow @LiveScience People with a rare disorder called anhidrosis cannot produce sweat, and now a new study finds that the condition may be caused by a mutation in a single gene. Researchers studied a Pakistani family with several ...
 Mashable4 days ago This Family Has A Genetic Quirk That Makes Them Unable To Sweat  Business Insider2 days ago This Family Doesn't Sweat: Here's Why  Yahoo! News6 days ago
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The Green Coffee Bean Extract Promoted By Dr. Oz Is 'Scientifically Unfounded' via LiveScience Dr. Oz testifies in a Senate hearing about promoting untested weight loss supplements. See Also John Oliver Hilariously Shows Why Dr. Oz Is A Symptom Of A Much Larger Problem Watch Congress Make 'An Example ...
 Business Insider4 days ago Authors Of The Last Study Backing Dr. Oz's Magic Weight Loss Cure' Retract Their Research  Huffington Post1 week ago Dr. Oz's 'Magic Weight-Loss Cure' Loses Remaining Support  Yahoo! Canada1 week ago Dietary supplements continue to contain illegal drugs even after recalls  Mother Nature Network1 week ago

5 Things Every Woman Should Know About Egg Freezing

By: Rachael Rettner LiveScience Senior Writer Published: 10/23/2014 08:19 AM EDT on LiveScience The announcement that Apple and Facebook will cover the steep cost of egg freezing for their employees has many people talking about the risks and ...
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How To Snip An Ingrown Toenail The Right Way

By: Jesse Emspak Published: 10/22/2014 10:53 AM EDT on LiveScience Nobody likes ingrown toenails, and when you get one, your instinct may be to clip off the offending bit. But new research shows that might be exactly the wrong thing to do —it ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago Ingrown Toenail? How to Snip It the Right Way  LiveScience.com1 week ago

New Mummy Scans Suggest Misdiagnosis of Pharaohs

The death mask of King Tutankhamun, who was among the ancient royals scanned for back diseases. Stephanie Pappas for LiveScience 2014-10-23 11:15:54 UTC Follow @LiveScience The royalty of ancient Egypt suffered from an age-related back ...
 Mashable1 week ago King Tut mummy scans reveal clues to what ailed ancient pharaohs  CBS News1 week ago New scans refute old diagnosis of King Tut's, other pharaohs' health  Mother Nature Network1 week ago King Tut's Health: New Mummy Scans Refute Old Diagnosis of Pharaohs  LiveScience.com1 week ago
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