Scientists Seek New Ways To Produce Flu Vaccine

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Study: Political Bent Affects How We View Skin Tone

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Rethinking The Human Future In Space

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A close-up composite image of a dust particle. The green patches contain bromine, calcium and/or iron. Courtesy of American Chemical Society hide caption

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The Dirt On Dust

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A new study suggests that a high-fat and high-sugar diet can dramatically affect the microbes living in your gut. istockphoto.com hide caption

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The Gut Response To What We Eat

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Success Boosting Monkey Muscle Could Help Humans

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Babies May Pick Up Language Cues In Womb

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People ... People Who Eat People

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Why Runners Like To Feel The Burn

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Examining Gene Therapy As Treatment For Blindness

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Can You Make Your Baby Smarter, Sooner?

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In this illustration, new viruses emerge from an infected human throat cell. When you get the flu, viruses turn your cells into tiny virus factories that help spread the disease. Courtesy XVIVO/Zirus hide caption

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Seeing The Softer Side Of Nature

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Natural Selection Works On Humans, Too

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Scientists Solve Mystery Of Ear-Splitting Sounds

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