Science

Chickens Help Reduce Elderly Loneliness, Depression

by Natalia Lima

Elderly men in England are less lonely these days –– and it’s all thanks to some chicks. It all started in 2012 when one of the men living at a

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Poland Rejects UN’s Zero Carbon Emission Proposal

by Natalia Lima

Poland is leading the bandwagon for a number of eastern European countries to shut down a United Nations target to cut carbon emissions to zero by 2100. On Sunday, the

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Galapagos Giant Tortoise Makes Comeback From Near-Extinction

by Brianne Hogan

Giant Galapagos tortoises that were driven to the brink of of extinction have made an epic comeback, a new study reveals. By the 1960s, the tortoise population on the isle

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Threatened American Chestnut May be Saved by Genetic Engineering

by Megan Thompson

After decades of humankind exploiting the world’s forests, it looks like our technology may finally have something to offer in return. 25 years after beginning their research, two professors at

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‘Vampire’ Musk Deer Spotted in Afghanistan for First Time in 60 Years

by Brianne Hogan

Halloween is over…or is it? A ‘vampire’-like musk deer who’s been spotted haunting the hills of Afghanistan apparently didn’t get the memo. For the first time in over 60 years,

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Walking Dead Star Calls for End of Dog Experiments

by Natalia Lima

Jon Bernthal will be mailing a letter to the Wayne State University president urging the institution to end its practice of doing experiments on dogs.

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Study Links Milk to Higher Mortality and Bone Fracture Rates

by Natalia Lima

Got milk? Too bad because the latest research shows that drinking dairy can increase chances of bone fractures and mortality.

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