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Did Warming Play a Role in Deadly South African Floods? Yes, a Study Says.

The heavy rains that caused catastrophic flooding in South Africa in mid-April were made twice as likely to occur by…

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World

‘Mouth Almighty’ Doesn’t Mind When His Cheeks Are Full of Another Fish’s Babies

Lurking among the underwater plants in Australia’s ponds and streams is a fish called the mouth almighty. The species is…

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Business

From King Cobras to Geckos, 20 Percent of Reptiles Risk Extinction

About 20 percent of reptile species risk extinction, mainly because people are taking away their habitats for agriculture, urban development…

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Health

Omicron Was More Severe for Unvaccinated Children in 5-to-11 Age Group, Study Shows

Unvaccinated children from 5 to 11 years old were hospitalized with Covid at twice the rate of vaccinated children during…

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M.R.I.s Are Finding Connections Between Our Brain Activity and Psychology

In March, neuroscientists and psychiatrists from the School of Medicine at Washington University, St. Louis, along with colleagues elsewhere ...

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Health

Covid Vaccines Did Not Protect Adolescents as Effectively During the Omicron Surge

In yet another twist to the debate over how best to protect children against the coronavirus, researchers reported on Wednesday…

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Health

Cancer Patients Are at High Risk of Depression and Suicide, Studies Find

One day years ago, during her training in neurology, Dr. Corinna Seliger-Behme met a man with end-stage bladder cancer. Before…

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Health

Does Social Media Make Teens Unhappy? It May Depend on Their Age.

Over the past few years, as the cold glow of a smartphone has followed more and more adolescents from bedroom…

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Health

F.D.A.’s Accelerated Drug Approvals Come Under Scrutiny

By the time Brittany Bonds gave birth to her third son in the back of an ambulance 10 weeks before…

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Health

Masking did help protect children from the virus last fall, according to a C.D.C. study.

More and more American school districts have dropped mask mandates in recent weeks as coronavirus cases plunged across the United…

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