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A potential "male pill" without side effects
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Low concentrations of antibiotics can develop high antibiotic resistance in bacteria
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Antibiotic resistance can be caused by small amounts of antibiotics
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Trump officials claim they can avoid 2020 census problems caused by controversial citizenship question. Experts are very skeptical
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Preserving fertility during chemotherapy
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Once upon a time in a thunderstorm
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Could your fitness boost your kids' brain power?
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Medical News Today: Could your fitness boost your kids' brain power?
MNT Adult male mice exposed to a stimulating environment with lots of exercise boost learning ability in offspring through altered sperm RNA, study shows. 2 weeks
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A sperm race to save one of New Zealand's threatened birds, the sugar-lapping hihi
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Medical News Today: 15 ways to prevent pregnancy
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What to eat and avoid on a low-fiber diet
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Medical News Today: What to eat and avoid on a low-fiber diet
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Prenatal marijuana use linked to increased chance of low birth weights
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Screen reader plus keyboard helps blind, low-vision users browse modern webpages
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Paint job transforms walls into sensors, interactive surfaces
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Using tooth sensors to detect disease
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Bike-share companies are transforming US cities – and they're just getting started
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Scientists show how salt lowers reaction temperatures to make novel materials
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Martian moons model indicates formation following large impact
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340,000 stars' DNA interrogated in search for sun's lost siblings
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With smart cities, your every step will be recorded
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Science and Twitter join forces to uncover a globally imperiled plant species
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Once upon a time in a thunderstorm
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Peregrine falcons maneuver best when dive-bombing at more than 300 kilometers per hour
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A sperm race to save one of New Zealand's threatened birds, the sugar-lapping hihi
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Study proposes link between formation of supercontinents, strength of ocean tides
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