A waning crescent moon rises above the Wasatch Mountains by Salt Lake City, UT

Don't Have The Money To Fly Spacecraft To The Moon? Borrow Gravity

Spacecraft can get to the moon in a matter of days, but SpaceIL's lander doesn't have engines for that. Instead, it's relying on an eccentric orbit.



You Can't "Recover" Lost Sleep On Weekends, New Study Says

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The Government Wants Your Help In Detecting Illegal Opioid Shipments

1:23Doctor performs an ultrasound

Missouri Bill Would Ban Most Abortions If Roe V. Wade Were Overturned

6:50A woman watches as police look for evidence
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'The Day Ahead' On Living With Gun Violence In Black Communities

2:58Man applies sunscreen
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Sunscreen Protects Skin, But Does It Also Cost Lives?

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FDA Wants More Research On Opioids' Effectiveness For Chronic Pain

4:22Steve Rice survived a heart attack at age 32.
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Meet The 32 Year Old Man Who Was Conscious Through His Heart Surgery

1:47The Colorado River in the Grand Canyon
Alex Demas, U.S. Geological Survey

How Old Is The Grand Canyon?

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Senate Panel Questions Pharma Execs On Rising Prescription Drug Costs

1:38The Colorado River cuts through the Grand Canyon in Arizona
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Not Even Federally-Protected Lands Are Safe From Resource Development

1:08Roundup herbicide
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Another Jury To Determine Whether Bayer's Weed Killer Causes Cancer

2:17Medical community in Sudan protesting
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Doctors In Sudan Are Key To The Current Protests

1:08Cars on highway in California
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Trump Administration Ends Talks With California Over Fuel Standards

0:52A woman puts sunscreen on a girl's face.
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FDA Plans To Update Sunscreen Regulations

0:54The moon is seen from Earth
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SpaceX Launches First Privately Funded Lunar Mission

4:00Sofia Montoya, 20, talks to her peers about her congenital heart disease.
Sofia Montoya

Meet the 20-Year-Old Woman On Her Second Pacemaker

0:58A container of baby powder made by Johnson & Johnson sits on a table.
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Federal Agencies Subpoena Johnson & Johnson Over Baby Powder Safety


Up For Debate: Should We Bring Extinct Creatures Back To Life?

0:54President Donald Trump
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Report: White House Panel Will Study Climate Change, National Security

2:48David Bruton of the Denver Broncos
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CTE Was First Identified In 1928. It's Only Now Being Understood.

1:20A bird perches on the U.S. border fence
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Border Wall Emergency Could Make Things Worse For Endangered Species

1:54A group of young adults

What's Herd Immunity, And Why Does It Matter?

2:38FDR campaigning
FDR Presidential Library & Museum

For Presidents, One Brain Region Helps Campaign, One Helps Govern

0:57A Bramble Cay melomys
University of Queensland

First Mammal Confirmed Extinct Due To Climate Change

1:18A doctor administers a vaccination
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Federal Government May Have To Enforce Stricter Vaccine Laws

2:33A nurse practitioner prepares an influenza shot
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How Facebook's Fake News Fight Helped Circulate Vaccine Misinformation

1:09Perseid meteor
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President Trump Moves Closer To Creating A US Space Force

24:09Protesters hold signs supporting "Medicare for all"
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'What The Health' Full Episode: Medicare For All Explained

4:21Sherryn Hensley has had five heart attacks since age 37.
Dave Franco

Meet The Young Woman Who Had Two Heart Attacks In Ten Days

1:18A U.S. Border patrol agent sits in his vehicle near the U.S.-Mexico Border in Sunland Park, New Mexico
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Trump's National Emergency On Border Wall May Shift Debate On Climate