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Meteor Shower

Orionid Meteor Shower 2014: Rain or Shine, 'There's No Year Better for the Orionids Than This One'

Oct 20, 2014 PM EDT Coming fresh off a blood moon total lunar eclipse, sky-watchers are in for a stunning Orionid Meteor Shower. ...

Bird-Eater Spider

Massive 'Bird-Eating' South American Spider Photographed in its Natural Habitat (PHOTOS)

Oct 20, 2014 AM EDT Some spiders may be content to trap and eat run-in-the-mill flies, but not Theraphosa blondi, AKA: the South American Goliath bird-eater. ...

Mount Ontake

Japan At Heightened Risk of Catastrophic, Unpredictable Volcano Eruptions Since 2011 Earthquake

Oct 17, 2014 PM EDT A massive earthquake that hit Japan in 2011 may still make its effects felt years afterward, as a new study suggests the country's volcanoes are at a higher risk of erupting. ...

Mimas Death Star Moon

Saturn's 'Death Star' Moon May Have Massive Subsurface Ocean, Or Just an Oblong Core

Oct 17, 2014 AM EDT Bearing a strong resemblance to the Death Star, one of Saturn's moons is showing signs of either a strangely shaped core or a massive subsurface ocean. ...

Skin Cancer

Duke Researchers Design Hi-Tech Camera For Accurate Skin Cancer Diagnosis

Oct 17, 2014 AM EDT Duke University researchers have developed a high-resolution camera that is capable of taking snapshots of the entire human body. ...

Brain

Working Memory Hampered Among Schizophrenic Patients, Study

Oct 17, 2014 AM EDT Working memory makes learning more difficult among schizophrenic patients, according to a Brown University study. ...

Exercise Plus Chemotherapy Effective Against Cancer Tumors, Study.

Hormone Active During Day Supresses Growth of Cancer Cells, Study

Oct 17, 2014 AM EDT Scientists at Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel have found that a hormone that keeps humans awake during the day is also responsible for suppressing the growth of cancer cells. ...

Forest

Forest Composition in Eastern USA Not Affected by Climate Change, New Study Suggests

Oct 16, 2014 AM EDT New research has suggested that a change in the forests in the Eastern United States' composition is not a result of climate change. ...

Mystery behind Why Human Children Grow Slowly Solved.

Poor Children More Likely To Suffer from Post-Tonsillectomy Complications, Study

Oct 16, 2014 AM EDT Children from low-income families are more likely to suffer from Post-tonsillectomy complications, according to a new study by University of California, Los Angeles. ...

Sleep

Low Fitness Levels Trigger More Sleep Complaints, Study

Oct 16, 2014 AM EDT Researchers at the University of Georgia find association between fitness levels and sleep complaints. ...

The rate of depression is increasing across the United States, according to a recent study.

Physical Activity Lowers Depression Risk By 16 Percent, Study

Oct 16, 2014 AM EDT Being physically active lowers the risk of depression by 16 percent, according to a University of College London study. ...

Danish Researchers Identify Age and Alcohol Consumption as Risk Factors for Sexual Assault

Oct 16, 2014 AM EDT Danish researchers have identified age and alcohol consumption as risk factors for sexual assault. ...

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