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Medical News Today: Why do my gums look white?
MNT White spots on the gums have many causes. These include mild conditions such as mouth ulcers but could also be a sign of more severe conditions, which could potentially include... 2 weeks
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Research ties persistence of 'white flight' to race, not socioeconomic factors
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Male fruit flies like sex and alcohol
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A potential "male pill" without side effects
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Why male and female cells behave differently after being reprogrammed into stem cells
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Black parents can help bridge cultural divide between students and white teachers
PHYS.ORG Bringing black parents into school settings can work toward shifting and closing the cultural disconnects between black families and predominantly white school personnel, according... 22 hours
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Concussion recovery and symptom severity found to vary between men and women
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Nubian Stone Tablets Unearthed in African 'City of the Dead'
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Researchers show how male Costa's hummingbirds control the acoustics of a tail song produced during high speed dives
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