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Research predicts breast cancer can relapse based on ‘internal wiring’

A study published in the journal Nature, shows that breast cancer is equal to 11 separate diseases that each has a different risk of c...

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Koko, the Gorilla: A Great Communicator and an Extraordinary Teacher

It's not every day that you come across a gorilla who knows sign language. Koko, the celebrated western lowland...

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Melinda Gates: Graduates deserve Action more than Encouragement

The season of graduation is a ‘dream come true’ for many students and families. It is a matter of p...

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AI Algorithm Diagnoses Pneumonia Better than Radiologists

Researchers at the Stanford University’s Machine Learning group have developed an Algorithm which presents diagnosis for Pneumonia. The Algorithm is based on a Deep L...

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10 Selfish Reasons To Save Elephants

Elephants can help humans live longer, healthier, happier lives. Help them, and we help ourselves It sometimes feels as if we are living in the elephant’s darkest hou...

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Kameela Rashid: Who Will Survie In America?

The visual artist on “the stutter” in history, strategic opacity, and Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter. rhaps, while strolling down the sidewalks of N...

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Can Wearable Sensors Tell When You're Sick?

It may one day be possible to spot illness the same way many of us already track our exercise habits and sleep patterns: with wearable sensors, researchers say. In a new st...

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'This Is a New Frontier': The Global Movement Working to Make Courts Feminist

When a sentence of six months' probation was handed down in the case of Brock Turner, the 20-year college Stanford University swimming star who assaulted an unconscious wom...

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Alcohol Isn’t The Cause Of Campus Sexual Assault. Men Are.

Bystanders who intervene, not less booze, would help prevent it. Ask Brock Turner or his father what made him sexually assault an unconscious woman behind a dumpster on the...

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Stem Cell Injections To The Brain Could Help Stroke Patients Regain Mobility

When researchers at Stanford University injected stem cells into the brains of stroke victims for a recent study, they were surprised to see that some patients regained mob...

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