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Thousands of infants each year die in their cribs from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) for reasons that have remained largely a mystery. A...

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For a long time researchers figured the body had a tidy way of dealing with immune cells that might trigger diabetes, lupus or other...

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For a long time researchers figured the body had a tidy way of dealing with immune cells that might trigger diabetes, lupus or other...

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In 2010 the U.S. fielded a baseball team to compete in the Women’s Baseball World Cup in Caracas. Not softball—baseball. Most Americans never heard...

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The kinds of bacteria that can cause food poisoning lurk all around us. These germs can be especially easy to pick up when traveling...

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As the nation’s 375,000 nail technicians buff, polish and file our fingers and toes, that workplace exposure to chemicals in the polish and glue...

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“Sometimes things are very stable, and then they change a lot.” Reed Hastings, the CEO of Netflix. He was talking May 5th at the re:publica...

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Editor’s Note: Shortly before his death last August at the age of 79, the noted physicist and public intellectual Victor Stenger worked with two...

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Outer space may look mostly empty, but it’s actually packed with cosmic radiation—gamma rays and charged particles produced by exploding stars, black holes and...

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Chestnut trees once carpeted the eastern U.S. Three billion of them fed and sheltered many forest residents—until the early decades of the 20th century...