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Here's How Health Officials Plan to Use the Ebola Vaccine in New African Outbreak

The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is spreading, but this time around, there's a vaccine.
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Here's How Health Officials Plan to Use the Ebola Vaccine in New African Outbreak

The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is spreading, but this time around, there's a vaccine.

COPD: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chronic lung disease that makes breathing progressively more difficult. It affects about 11 million people in the United States.
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COPD: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chronic lung disease that makes breathing progressively more difficult. It affects about 11 million people in the United States.

Some Women Regret Freezing Their Eggs, and Doctors Are Worried

Most women who elect to freeze their eggs are happy they did it, but about 1 in 6 say they regret the decision, according to a new study.
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Some Women Regret Freezing Their Eggs, and Doctors Are Worried

Most women who elect to freeze their eggs are happy they did it, but about 1 in 6 say they regret the decision, according to a new study.

Ghostly 'Lightning' Waves Discovered Inside a Nuclear Reactor

Whistler waves are normally produced in the atmosphere by lightning. They could help protect nuclear fusion reactors from runaway electrons.
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Ghostly 'Lightning' Waves Discovered Inside a Nuclear Reactor

Whistler waves are normally produced in the atmosphere by lightning. They could help protect nuclear fusion reactors from runaway electrons.

Why Are Sweaty-Armpit Stains So Dark?

When we spill water down our front, or sweat profusely, our clothes get darker. Why? The fabric isn't actually changing colors in real time. Rather, our perception of the fabric's color is changing.
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Why Are Sweaty-Armpit Stains So Dark?

When we spill water down our front, or sweat profusely, our clothes get darker. Why? The fabric isn't actually changing colors in real time. Rather, our perception of the fabric's color is changing.

Ancient Horse and Stable Found Under Pompeii Ash

The horse likely swiveled its ears when it heard the deafening roar from Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79. That was one of the last things the animal ever did: After that, it died, buried in the massive amounts of ash that destroyed Pompeii.
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Ancient Horse and Stable Found Under Pompeii Ash

The horse likely swiveled its ears when it heard the deafening roar from Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79. That was one of the last things the animal ever did: After that, it died, buried in the massive amounts of ash that destroyed Pompeii.

What Is Trepanation?

Trepanation is the ancient practice of drilling a hole in the skull. It is one of the oldest medical procedures known to the human race.
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What Is Trepanation?

Trepanation is the ancient practice of drilling a hole in the skull. It is one of the oldest medical procedures known to the human race.

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