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Facts in a man's head

How We Can Immunize Ourselves Against Bogus Information

Researchers say attacking misinformation is like vaccinating against a disease.


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'Data Rescuers' Are Stockpiling A Ton Of US Climate Info

Gov. Jerry Brown speaks about climate change.
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Trump's Skeptical View Of Climate Change Means Nothing To California

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Federal Lands May Now Be Easier To Give Away. Here's Why That Matters

Cracks in Mars rock slab

NASA May Have Found More Proof That Mars Once Had Water

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Skittles-Coated Highway Seems Like A 'Stranger Things' Episode

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Newsy Staff

Squirrels Are Bushy-Tailed National Security Threats

The first sighting of new Mountain Gorilla babies in the family of Kabirizi
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The Future Looks Very Grim For More Than Half Of Our Fellow Primates

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World Temperature Continues To Be A Hot Topic For Third Year In A Row

Bears at the Bandung Zoo in Indonesia
Scorpion Wildlife Trade Monitoring Group

Indonesia's Zoos That Aren't 'Decent' Still Might Not Close

A flexible, heart-augmenting robot
Ellen Roche

This Robot Beats Just Like The Heart It's Wrapped Around

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An Asteroid Possibly Worth $10,000 Quadrillion Is NASA's New Mission

President Barack Obama
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Obama Gives $500M To Green Climate Fund Before Trump Takes Office

Gene Cernan in the Lunar Module

Gene Cernan Really Wanted Us To Return To The Moon

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This Zebra Shark Shocked Researchers By Giving Birth Without A Male

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Are Peppers Really The Secret To Longer Life?

A stray dog sleeps in a main square in the centre of Athens, Greece.
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Cheer Up! Experts Say Blue Monday Isn't Really A Thing

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, in a garden
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Prince Charles' New Picture Book Isn't Really For Kids

An plane flies in front of the moon
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This Company Wants To Mine The Moon. Now It Has The Money To Get There

Bees in a hive
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Backing Off These Pesticide Restrictions Could Be Bad For Bees

A Falcon 9 rocket on the launchpad

Why Rocket Explosions Aren't Dampening SpaceX's Ambitious Plans

African elephants
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We're Slowly Cornering Earth's Biggest Animals

Heat levels in a short-circuited lithium-ion battery
Finegan, D. P. et al.

What's Happening When A Lithium-Ion Battery Explodes?

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These 2 Major Companies Are Taking A Stand Against The $600 EpiPen

A member of the boxing class prepares to punch the bag
Danny Matteson

The People Who Are Punching Away The Symptoms Of Parkinson's

A molecular knot
Robert W. McGregor

Scientists Tie The Tiniest, Tightest Knot Ever

Palawan in the Philippines
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Nickelodeon Wants To Build An Underwater Theme Park In The Philippines

The Very Large Telescope with Venus, the moon and Jupiter
European Southern Observatory / Yuri Beletsky / CC BY 4.0

Scientists Upgrading Very Large Telescope To Search For Exoplanets

Opioid use next to transplant surgery
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Organ Transplants Hit All-Time High — Sadly, It's Because Of Opioids

A St. Jude Medical cardiac stimulator
St. Jude Medical

St. Jude Pacemakers Updated After Flaw Made Them Vulnerable To Hackers

Dog in cage in South Korea.
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200 Dogs And Puppies Rescued From Dog Meat Farm In South Korea