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5 Unanswered Questions About Jesus

By By | LiveScience.com As Christians worldwide gather for Easter to celebrate their belief in the death and rebirth of Jesus, researchers continue to delve into the mysteries that surround the man. While most historians agree that Jesus did in ... Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 day ago

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Centipede Claws Its Way Out of the Snake That Ate It

Nose-horned Viper in Romania. by for LiveScience 2014-04-17 13:44:35 UTC A group of researchers stumbled upon a grisly scene during a field study in Macedonia last year: a dead nose-horned viper with a centipede's head sticking out of its ...
 Mashable3 days ago Centipede Bursts from Snake's Stomach  Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 days ago

Some Monkeys Are (Really) Monogamous

By By Agata Blaszczak-Boxe, Staff Writer | LiveScience.com Unlike many humans, some monkeys are genuinely faithful to their mates. A species known as Azara's owl monkeys tends to be monogamous, according to a new study of these primates. The ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland6 days ago Eating Fewer Calories May Help Monkeys Live Longer  Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 weeks ago Some monkeys are very monogamous  Mother Nature Network6 days ago
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Tanned Girls, Tobacco-Chewing Dudes: Gender Norms Affect Teen Cancer Risk

By By Agata Blaszczak-Boxe, Staff Writer | LiveScience.com Teenage girls who see themselves as the most feminine and teenage boys who perceive themselves as the most masculine may be more likely to behave in ways that increase their risk of cancer ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland5 days ago
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Herb Supplements Are the Most Common Complementary Medicine in US

By By | LiveScience.com Herbs and other dietary supplements besides vitamins are the most commonly used type of "complementary medicine" (also called alternative medicine) in the United States, followed by visits to chiropractors, yoga and ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland5 days ago
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500-Million-Year-Old Embryos Fossilized in Rare Find

By By | LiveScience.com Tiny, spherical fossils found in southern China appear to be the embryos of a previously unknown animal. The fossils come from the Cambrian, a period dating from 540 million to 485 million years ago and known for an ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland6 days ago 500-million-year-old embryo fossils found  CBS News5 days ago 500-million-year-old embryos hint at animal discovery  Mother Nature Network5 days ago Tiny Fossils Could Be 500-Million-Year-Old Embryos  NBCNews.com6 days ago
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Salamanders Shrink as Climate Heats Up

By By Agata Blaszczak-Boxe, Staff Writer | LiveScience.com Wild salamanders that live in the Appalachian Mountains are shrinking because they must burn more energy as the local climate gets hotter and drier, according to a new study. ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland6 days ago Shrinking salamanders linked to climate change in study  Yahoo! News6 days ago
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Futuristic Screen Projects 3D Images onto Fog

By By Tanya Lewis, Staff Writer | LiveScience.com Like a hologram from "Star Wars," a 3D picture projected onto a curtain of fog could be the computer screen of the future. The so-called "MisTable" screen allows users to push images and objects ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland6 days ago 3D Tumors Are Printed in the Lab  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 week ago 3-D Tumors Printed in the Lab  Free Internet Press1 week ago
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Fiber's Cancer-Fighting Effect Depends on Gut Bacteria

By By | LiveScience.com SAN DIEGO — A high-fiber diet may protect against colon cancer, but only if you have the right gut bacteria, a new study in mice suggests. In the study, mice were fed either a low- or high-fiber diet , and some had a ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 week ago
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Real-Life Werewolves: Psychiatry Re-Examines Rare Delusion

By By Bahar Gholipour, Staff Writer | LiveScience.com They grunt, claw, and feel their body is covered with hair and their nails are elongated — some people strongly believe they are in the process of metamorphosis into a wolf. There have been ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 days ago 4 Common Hair Care Questions Untangled  Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 weeks ago Werewolf Delusion Even Less Common Than Scientists Thought  Huffington Post23 hours ago
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