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An iceberg the size of a college campus broke off a large ice shelf fed by several glaciers in the Antarctic Peninsula.

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The authors of a new study hope their discovery could improve artificial spider silk.

Indoor tanning tied to skin cancer, including its deadliest form melanoma.

For years, Taylor Energy and federal officials had kept quiet about it.

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Confidential records of 75,000 customers were compromised, administration announced

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The taxpayer-funded trial used stem cells that were once thought to regenerate heart muscle.

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