'Annoying' Book Probes The Science Of Irritations

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Electric Car Gets Its 'Revenge'

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Cape Wind Project Wins Construction Approval

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Emery Brown is a professor of computational neuroscience and health sciences and technology, with a joint appointment at MIT and Harvard University. He is also a professor of anesthesia at Harvard Medical School. MIT hide caption

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You Won't Feel A Thing: Your Brain On Anesthesia

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Listening To Wild Soundscapes

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A woman with Alzheimer's disease walks in a corridor at a retirement house in Angervilliers, France, last month. Sebastien Bozon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Charles Lotter is an operator of Tower Bridge in London and can work all night if a bridge lift is required. Sleep experts say that even people who routinely work night shifts will experience times when they get sleepy in the middle of the night. Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images hide caption

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Just Power Through The Late Shift? Dream On

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The Jury's Still Out On A Cellphone-Cancer Link

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Richard Leakey Reflects On Human Past--And Future

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Note-Taking Made Easy For Legally Blind Students

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How Bikes Steer Themselves

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Even Without Symptoms, Genital Herpes Can Spread

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