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Scientists Call For Ban On Imported Salamanders


Based on a new study published in the journal Science, scientists in California are seeking a ban on imported salamanders. Vance Vredenburg, lead study author and a biologist from the San Francisco State University, Tiffany Yap, one of his grad ...

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Bronze Age Europe and Asia Involved Large-Scale Human Migration

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In the largest study conducted on ancient DNA, it was revealed that Asians and Europeans in the Bronze Age had been light-skinned and lactose intolerant in general. The study also revealed that during the Bronze Age in Europe and Asia, ...

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Drug-Resistant Typhoid Turning Into a Silent Epidemic

Drug-resistant typhoid spreading fast globally: Study

The findings of a new study have revealed that multi-drug resistant strains of the bacteria responsible for causing typhoid is spreading fast in many regions around the world, especially in developing countries. This study included contributors from two dozen countries ...

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Preventable Rabies Claims Around 160 Lives Everyday

'Preventable rabies kills 160 people per day'

According to a report put forth by the Global Alliance for Rabies Control, around 59,000 people lose their lives every year due to rabies transmitted by dogs, and the poorer regions of the world are worst hit. Low income countries ...

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SpaceX schedules next launch Friday


SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket to launch Friday Private space transport corporation, Space X, officially announced the date of its updated Falcon 9 rocket.  The rocket will transport Thaicom Plc’s Thaicom 6 television satellite on January 3, 2014 at approximately 5:50 ...

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