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Saglek Fjord in northern Labrador, Canada. Scientists said they'd found what could be the oldest traces of life on Earth in rocks found in the northern Labrador region.
No one likes to think too much about what waits for us after we die, but now a study has revealed that we might actually 'live' a little longer than we imagined. This is after research showed that ju...
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In a remote corner of eastern Canada — polar bear country, miles from the nearest village — researchers say they may have found the "oldest evidence" of life on Earth embedded in rocks dat...
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A whiz of a study has determined just how much urine may be in the average public pool. And urine for a shock: It's more than anyone wants. The news leak ― actually, the news about leaks ― comes from...
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Night-shift work may disrupt the body’s internal clock.
The new study was in mice, not humans, but it could offer clues about 'false starvation'.