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A 22-pound rock that has been propping open a door in Michigan for decades turns out to be a meteorite valued at $100,000, according to Central Michigan University. Mona Sirbescu, a CMU geology professor, gets asked all the time by people to examine the rocks they ... Discuss
A mom has become the first woman in the U.K. to have a double hand transplant - and says she can't wait to brush her daughters' hair again. Tania Jackson, 42, underwent the incredible 15-hour procedure in September after she lost both hands and her ... Discuss
Police in Gilbert, Minn., are warning residents about a group of youthful residents unable to handle their alcohol. They've been drifting around town looking disoriented, narrowly avoiding getting hit by cars. But these aren't teenagers getting drunk. Instead, it's ... Discuss
Feeling down in the dumps? Stressed? A little off-kilter because of some disagreement? Hug it out! A new study suggests that just reaching out and touching someone -- consensually, of course -- can reduce bad feelings associated with the typical ups ... Discuss
Astronauts may not be able to stomach long voyages into space -- literally speaking. A new NASA-funded study reveals that exposure to space radiation on long trips, like a voyage to Mars, could permanently harm astronauts' intestines and lead to stomach ... Discuss
Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, and... groundcherries? A little-known fruit about the size of a marble could become agriculture's next big berry crop. To prepare the groundcherry (Physalis pruinosa) for mainstream farming, Howard ... Discuss
Dogs are often portrayed as being exceptionally clever and able compared to other animals. But is this really the case? In an attempt to answer this question, U.K. researchers from the University of Exeter and Canterbury Christ Church University reviewed more than ... Discuss
Humans did not accelerate the decline of the 'Green Sahara' and may have managed to hold back the onset of the Sahara desert by around 500 years, according to new research led by UCL. The study by a team of geographers and archaeologists from UCL and ... Discuss
A skull-shaped asteroid last spotted three years ago by astronomers will fly past Earth again next month, just days after Halloween. Nicknamed 'Great Pumpkin', NASA say asteroid 2015 TB145 is classified as potentially hazardous due to its size. But there's nothing ... Discuss
Green algae that evolved to tolerate hostile and fluctuating conditions in salt marshes and inland salt flats are expected to survive climate change, thanks to hardy genes they stole from bacteria, according to a Rutgers-led study. These Picochlorum single-celled ... Discuss
The Motz family of Katy, Texas, says their lives changed after a visit to the dentist's office. Mason Motz, 6, was at Dr. Amy Luedemann-Lazar's office to get teeth pulled when the pediatric dentist noticed a different issue. Mason had suffered from ... Discuss
History has not been kind to the elephant bird of Madagascar. Standing nearly 10 feet tall and weighing up to 1,000 pounds — or so researchers believed — this flightless cousin of the ostrich went extinct in the 17th century, thanks in part to humans ... Discuss
Nature journalist Alison Abbott has published a News and Comment piece in the journal detailing the finding of a letter in a Royal Society library purported to have been written by famed early scientist Galileo Galilei. The letter is significant ... Discuss
Researchers have rendered a population of mosquitoes in a lab sterile using the gene-editing tool CRISPR-Cas9 by homing in on a specific target in insect DNA -- the doublesex gene -- raising the possibility of eradicating disease-carrying species ... Discuss
The CDC says dozens of people have been hospitalized across the country after contracting a drug-resistant bacteria carried by puppies. A nationwide outbreak stemming from puppy adoptions has caused more than 100 people to fall ill. Cute, soft, lovable, innocent ... Discuss
Three out of four Americans in a relationship (79 percent) are carrying around a bit of “love weight,” according to new research. A study of 2,000 people in relationships found that the average respondent had gained 36 pounds since they've first ... Discuss
Kelly Thomas inches across the soft grass, using a walker to navigate her way. Each step is exhilarating and exhausting. She pauses amid the 90-degree Florida heat and smiles. "It only takes a little bit of try -- and by a little, I mean a lot," she ... Discuss
It sounds like a something out of a horror movie: A town covered in thousands of webs, each crawling with hordes of spiders. But for residents of a town in Greece, it's a spooky reality. In recent days, the webs have draped plants, trees and boats along the ... Discuss
The oldest known animal in the geological record has been identified, in a discovery that scientists are calling "the Holy Grail of palaeontology." Fat molecules discovered on the fossil of a mysterious creature called Dickinsonia have confirmed that that it ... Discuss
Octopuses are smart. They open jars, steal fish and high-five each other. Though interactive, they’re generally asocial, and temperamental, with unique behavior patterns, like those shown by Otto, who caused blackouts at a German aquarium and Inky, who famously ... Discuss
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