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Judges in one circuit rule tax subsidies illegal, but hours later another panel upholds them.
Zoos are managing an ambitious conservation effort by preserving DNA for artificial insemination.
Former executives from Peanut Corp. of America are accused of sending out tainted product that killed nine.
The Smithsonian is at the forefront of an attempt to save animals threatened with extinction by studying them relentlessly.
Latest indicator that an historic drought is threatening the region’s future access to water.
The vibrio vulnificus bacteria can make you mildly sick, or it may take one of your limbs or kill you by sepsis.
Some parents are suffering from an acute case of denial.
The discovery of the first feathered but non-avian dinosaur indicates that others may have existed too.
Clinical TB lab resumes shipments after passing internal review; agency names external safety group.
After a tough day at work, people turn to TV to switch off, but instead of getting a break researchers say many feel guilty for procrastinating.
The resignation follows the potential exposure of the disease to scientists, admission of other security lapses.
Most agree the BICEP2 South Pole experiment was heroic science. But did they just see a bunch of dust?
Plums, peaches, nectarines and pluots sold at Costco, Trader Joe’s .
Dogs do experience jealousy, according to a new study. And their motivations might teach us about our own.
It’s not just coastal areas that are grappling with the results of extreme weather and aging infrastructure.
Women with hidden cancer are undergoing a treatment that could spread the disease, a study says.
Despite false documents, federal subsidies, policies through HealthCare.gov were obtained.
The Obama administration will address a Supreme Court ruling on employers’ religious objections.
Elephants, with far more smelling genes than other mammals, may even translate smells into knowledge.
A new study suggests that the decriminalization of sex work could reduce HIV infection.
Heavy winds may break up particles, spread them through the air and make them stick when inhaled.
If you react to pollens and molds, it’s best to keep a watchful eye during hard rains.
How a fairly common tongue procedure upended my life, causing chronic pain.
U.S. Geological Survey offers closest look yet at the Red Planet.
Going online can cut ER waiting time at hospitals using a new scheduling system.
Animal lovers turn to biotechnology as they try to perfect a drink that doesn’t require a cow.
Researchers are trying to find ways to measure them and prevent health problems such heart disease.
They help us out in more ways than we know, and people should take better care of them.
Land is cheap and food prices high, offering new opportunities for the hungry sub-Saharan region.
The Lyrarapax is 500 million years old and a relative of the velvet worm.
The benefits are considerable for many items, including fruits, vegetable, meat and dairy products.
‘Surgery is costly and the recovery time is prolonged. So my dad suggested I try a CRP shot.’
The muscles are amazing, and so are some of the tattoos.
Some women found it easier to deal with menopause after they got trimmer.
The competition is run by Britain’s Royal Observatory, Greenwich.
Summer is the season of colorful toenails. But pedicures have risks. Here’s how to avoid them.
Sterilization of instruments is important.
The Obama administration has sided with energy developers, approving oil exploration off U.S. Eastern Coast.
The death of a man after a police officer used an apparent chokehold to bring him to the ground during an arrest stoked online discussions about racial tension in America.
Health workers seek to educate local populations about the deadly virus to prevent more infections.
Only group in which diagnoses increased was young gay and bisexual men, new study found.
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