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2018-07-19T09:53:14.478Z
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A study of human-mammal interaction across the globe found that animals are more prone to take to the night around humans. Jason G. Goldman reports. 

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New study finds city-like air pollution levels in the nation’s parks

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A number of states let pharmacists deny service based purely on their personal beliefs. That’s unconscionable.

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The draft bill is an attempt at compromise between environmentalists and conservatives favoring climate action

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Is it true that extroverts have shallow relationships and draw energy from others like a vampire? Not so fast

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Insurers and data brokers are predicting your health costs based on data about race, marital status and other sensitive information

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Big-data statistics have revealed, among other things, that our own solar system is kind of an oddball

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Critical responses have broadsided a study claiming the discovery of a galaxy missing evidence of invisible mass

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How smart urban planning and design can help people and the planet

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Researchers are developing diagnostics to determine which drugs might work for specific patients

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The feat could pave the way for more powerful computing, although the technology is still in its early stages

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Such fires are causing spikes in fine particles that threaten human health

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Probably, but we also need to take the risks very seriously

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The International Astronomical Union reports that there are now 79 known Jovian moons, with a dozen found last year.

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Long thought to be divorced from the brain, the immune system turns out to be intimately involved in its functioning

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There is a way that the dark makes us feel safer—and this has implications for our health

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The enticing scent of pee could help female felines choose the best mate

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New research shows 2,000-year-old baobab trees are suddenly dying. New trees won’t have a chance, either

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Midway to November’s big election, success for scientist-politicians seems to rest on non-science factors

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