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on Sat Jan 31 9:00 AM

ring around the rosy planet

DAILYKOS

Saturn is hands down the superstar celebrity of our solar system. But astronomers have found evidence for another ringed giant hundreds of light-years away that would put it to shame: The details that we see in the light curve are incredible. The...
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on Fri Jan 30 1:48 PM

50-Foot-Long 'Dragon' Dinosaur Unearthed in China : Discovery News

DISCOVERY NEWS

A new dinosaur called Dragon of Qijiang had a body that was half neck.
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Drinking a Glass of Red Wine is as Healthy as an Hour at the Gym

Drinking a Glass of Red Wine is as Healthy as an Hour at the Gym

THE DAILY MEAL | on Fri, Jan 30, 3:01 AM

A University of Alberta study found that resveratrol, a component of red wine, has physical fitness benefits.
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on Thu Jan 29 12:00 PM

Diabetes Patients Lax With Meds If Diagnosed With Cancer, Study Finds: MedlinePlus

MEDLINE PLUS

Effect was more pronounced if cancer had a grim prognosis Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Cancer, Diabetes, Diabetes Medicines
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on Wed Jan 28 5:00 PM

Less-Tight versus Tight Control of Hypertension in Pregnancy

NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE

New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 372, Issue 5, Page 407-417, January 2015.
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on Wed Jan 28 4:05 PM

Dinosaur's lightweight neck spanned half the length of its body -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

Paleontologists have discovered a new species of a long-necked dinosaur from a skeleton found in China. The new species belongs to a group of dinosaurs called mamenchisaurids, known for their extremely long necks sometimes measuring up to half the...
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on Tue Jan 27 4:11 PM

Remarkable Fossils Push Back Snake Origins by 65 Million Years

VOICE OF AMERICA

Snakes have been slithering on Earth far longer than anyone ever realized. Scientists on Tuesday described the four oldest-known snake fossils, the most ancient of which was a roughly 10-inch-long (25 cm) reptile called Eophis underwoodi...
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on Tue Jan 27 1:25 PM

Low-Resource, Rural Providers Lack Needed Tools for Meaningful Use

IHEALTHBEAT

A new study published in the Annals of Family Medicine finds that low-resource and rural providers could have trouble sustaining the meaningful use of electronic health records because they lack the financial resources, leverage with vendors and...
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on Mon Jan 26 7:36 AM

Polar bear penis bone may be weakened by pollution - life - 26 January 2015

NEW SCIENTIST

The baculum, a bone in the penis of polar bears, is losing density in areas where pollutant contamination is high – and that may spoil the bears' sex life
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on Mon Jan 26 7:36 AM

Polar bear penis bone may be weakened by pollution - life - 26 January 2015

NEW SCIENTIST

The baculum, a bone in the penis of polar bears, is losing density in areas where pollutant contamination is high – and that may spoil the bears' sex life
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