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Endangered Pangolins Necessary For Termite Control

If you own a home, you know that bugs can be a big problem. While some, like fruit flies and ants, are merely a nuisance, others can be completely des...
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Study Finds that Ultrasounds Have No Effect in Treatment of Broken Bones

Hospitals as well as 80% of urgent care centers are equipped to treat broken bones as well as minor fractures. While ultrasounds, a technology gener...
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New Study Shows Obese Children Have Different Gut Bacteria Than Their Leaner Peers

According to a recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, obese children have different kinds of bacteria living ...
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Cost of 2020 Tokyo Olympics Could Top $30 Billion

Being chosen as host city for the Olympics is seen as a badge of honor. It can highlight the wonders of a city and bring immense excitement to the reg...
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Rising Temperatures Posing Serious Threat to Global Wheat Production

Exceedingly high temperatures are not only a nuisance for the easily perspired, but there are some serious issues facing agriculture around the world....
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Squash Snubbed by International Olympic Committee, Will Not Be Included in Tokyo Games

The game of Squash was invented in London, England around the year 1830, and the first specialized Squash shoe, which led to the founding of Hi-Tec Sp...
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Famous Human Ancestor, Lucy, Died Falling From a Tree

New research claims to have unearthed a tragic — and rather ironic — fate for one of humanity’s most famous ancestors. “Lucy,&...
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Heat Wave in Iraq Could be a Sign of Significant Global Warming Crisis

Multiple areas of the Middle-East have experienced record-breaking temperatures this summer, and climate experts are warning that the oppressive heat ...
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Crews Remove Six-foot Alligator from Backyard in West Springfield, Massachusetts

Police recovered an alligator from a backyard in West Springfield, Massachusetts on Thursday. The alligator, spanning six feet and weighing around 200...
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Stay At Home Dads Face Depression, Ridicule From Peers

In 1975, more than half of American kids had a stay-at-home parent, and of course it was usually their mom. But today, fewer than one in three kids ha...