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Researchers at the University of Illinois Chicago find that death triggers increased activity in certain brain cells.
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A NASA-led study suggests the stress of spaceflight seems to trigger various types of herpes to reactivate in astronauts.
Young galaxies are bright and blue; old galaxies are red and dead. So how did this old, red galaxy form so early? The observable Universe contains two trillion distinct galaxies, but […]
The new record-holder opens up a literal Universe full of possibilities. Someday, even our own Sun will eventually run out of hydrogen fuel in its core, bringing a tremendous set […]
Tens of millions of Americans consume cannabis regularly. They're likely ingesting high levels of toxins. Only the federal government has the power and the resources to protect them.