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    In 2007, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change shared the Nobel Peace Prize with former Vice President Al Gore. John…

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    The White House’s discretionary budget request released Friday includes over $1.4 billion for environmental justice initiatives, which the Biden administration…

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    Tick-borne encephalitis is a disease just as nasty as it sounds. Once bitten by an infected tick, some people develop…

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    The increase would infuse a massive amount of resources to support the agency, whose responsibilities include weather forecasting, climate research…

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    Ran, the unscrewed submarine that the scientists used, heading down into the depths under the Thwaites GlacierPhoto: Filip Stedt (Getty…

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    If you don’t have tons of weights at your disposal, a resistance band workout can come in clutch if you…

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    Public Eye, the investigative NGO based in Switzerland, calls paraquat the world’s deadliest weedkiller. There’s new research on the impact…

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    New research has uncovered a surprising role for so-called “jumping” genes that are a source of genetic mutations responsible for…

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    Dengue risk is exacerbated in highly populated areas of Brazil after extreme drought because of improvised water containers housing mosquitoes,…

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    Earlier that summer, more than seven inches of rain drenched the county, setting off flash flooding. Six days later, swollen…

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    As demonstrated by multiple studies over the years, women who breastfeed have a lower risk for developing cardiovascular disease and…

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    Exercise and a healthy diet in childhood leads to adults with bigger brains and lower levels of anxiety, according to…

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    If you’ve clicked on this article, you might have experienced the following: You’re at brunch, even virtually, with one of…

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    Story continues below advertisement “The people have spoken,” Inuit Ataqatigiit’s leader, Mute Egede, told Danish broadcaster DR on Wednesday, pledging…

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    Psychosocial stress — typically resulting from difficulty coping with challenging environments — may work synergistically to put women at significantly…

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    Each year in mid-June, Father John, dressed in long black robes, heads to the small boat harbor on St. Paul,…

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    An international research team led by Monash University has uncovered a new technique that could speed up recovery from bone…

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    As the number of electric cars quickly grows—helped by policies like the $174 billion that the Biden administration wants to…

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    In some men, having traditional masculine characteristics such as competitiveness and adventurousness was linked to being better fathers to infants,…

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    “[The answer] depends on the specific situation of each patient,” Oscar Morey Vargas, M.D., an endocrinologist at the Cleveland Clinic,…

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    Giant 3D printers for construction can help make housing more affordable—as in a neighborhood in Austin, Texas, where a 33-foot-long…

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    Last May, when a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention team visited the Seaboard Foods pork processing plant in Guymon,…

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    For the millions of people worldwide who have sickle cell disease, there are only a few treatment options, which include…

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    Michael Regan has perhaps the most fiendishly challenging job within Joe Biden’s administration. As the head of the Environmental Protection…

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    According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression is a common illness globally. It affects about 264 million people worldwide,…

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    New transmission lines would play a key role in carrying wind and solar power across the country to replace electricity…

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    Eye issues can stem from a variety of different things and there’s no question that vitamin deficiencies can cause eye problems.…

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    You may be surprised at the secret ingredient here: Avocado, which deepens the chocolate flavor and adds creaminess. These bites…

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    The forecasters are calling for 17 named storms, compared with an average of 12.1, and eight hurricanes, compared with an…

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    Cells from individuals with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) were found to have higher than expected rates of methylation at specific…

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    Here at SELF, beyond sturdy sports bras and sneakers, leggings are hands down the most essential part of our workout…

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    Worldwide, 1 in 4 people will suffer from a depressive episode in their lifetime. While current diagnosis and treatment approaches…

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    Dr. Anthony Fauci thanked America’s health care workers, who “every single day put themselves at risk” during the pandemic, even…

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    Sharon Matola’s life changed in the summer of 1981, when she got a call from a British filmmaker named Richard…

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    A coalition of agribusiness trade groups, the California Department of Food and Agriculture, and others launched the California Pollinator Coalition on Wednesday…

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    Scientists have made a pivotal breakthrough in understanding the way in which cells communicate with each other. A team of…

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    Researchers from Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) demonstrate an mRNA delivery system that effectively produces BDNF protein in rat…

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    The full assembly of human chromosome 8 is reported this week in Nature. While on the outside this chromosome looks…

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    The New Orleans City Council expressed unanimous opposition Thursday to the planned Formosa Plastics plant in St. James Parish, raising…

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    Five-star ratings are no guarantee to lead you to the perfect barber who truly understands your hair or to the…

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    Seagrasses store more than twice as much carbon and as land forests – but human activity is killing them off…

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    Damage to the autism-associated gene Dyrk1a, sets off a cascade of problems in developing mouse brains, resulting in abnormal growth-factor…

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    Updated April 8, 2021 at 12:11 PM ET President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan isn’t just about roads, bridges and…

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    The Biden administration is proposing a $444 million increase in Medicare payments to skilled nursing facilities for the federal fiscal…

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    Two studies published in the open-access journal PLOS Pathogens provide new evidence supporting an important role for the immune system…

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    When scientists need to understand the effects of new infant formula ingredients on brain development, it’s rarely possible for them…

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    The network of nerves connecting our eyes to our brains is sophisticated and researchers have now shown that it evolved…

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    MONTEREY, Calif. (AP) — Scientists were documenting stranded sea turtles on California’s beaches nearly 40 years ago when they noticed…

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    Guests at Disney World will now be able to capture mask-free memories during the pandemic thanks to updated COVID-19 policies.…

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    (Reuters) -Chevron Corp shareholders will vote on proposals aiming to require the No. 2 U.S. oil producer to reduce the…

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