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Scientists say there are are 80 MILLION microbes in a kiss as Valentine's Day arrivesScientists say there are are 80 MILLION microbes in a kiss as Valentine's Day arrives

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Every person has 100-200 microbe species living in their mouth. Research has shown that during a 10 second intimate kiss, you and your partner are sharing 80 million microbes with each other. »more

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Farewell Philae! Scientists give up hope of contacting Rosetta's comet lander... but hope for a final glimpse of it in the summer

Farewell Philae! Scientists give up hope of contacting Rosetta's comet lander... but hope for a final glimpse of it in the summer
Scientists at the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) say Philae (illustrated) is now covered in dust and is too cold to operate from its resting place in a hollow below a cliff on the surface of comet 67P.
MailOnline 18 hours ago

 
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The prehistoric ‘Big Bird’ with a head the size of a HORSE’S: Enormous flightless bird roamed the Arctic Circle 50 million years

The prehistoric ‘Big Bird’ with a head the size of a HORSE’S: Enormous flightless bird roamed the  Arctic Circle 50 million years
The Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing and the University of Colorado Boulder that describes the first and only fossil evidence from the Arctic of a massive bird known as Gastornis.
MailOnline 8 hours ago

 
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Google wins legal fight over maps: UK site StreetMap loses court action where it accused the technology giant of driving search traffic towards its own products

Google wins legal fight over maps: UK site StreetMap loses court action where it accused the technology giant of driving search traffic towards its own products
Leicestershire-based StreetMap accused Google of abusing its 'dominant position' in online search market by 'driving traffic' from rivals to Google Maps (stock image shown).
MailOnline 16 hours ago

 
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Could Zika come to Canada? Scientists don't have an answer - yet

Could Zika come to Canada? Scientists don't have an answer - yet
Canadian scientists, who were “blindsided” by the Zika virus outbreak in South and Central America, are scrambling to answer the question: could the virus come to Canada?
canoe.ca 6 hours ago

 
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Gene previously observed only in brain is important driver of metastatic breast cancer
One gene that was once thought only to be found in the brain is also expressed in breast cancer and helps promote the growth and spread of the disease, research shows. Additionally, the scientists showed how a version of the gene with edited RNA prevents metastasis.
Science Daily 18 hours ago

 
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Study finds mechanism by which obesity promotes pancreatic and breast cancer
Investigators may have uncovered a novel mechanism behind the ability of obesity to promote cancer progression. The study focused on the effects of obesity on pancreatic and breast cancer, since more than half of those diagnosed with such tumors are overweight or obese.
Science Daily 14 hours ago

 
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Fears grow that Philae lander may never wake up
Time is running out to save the Philae space probe, which made history when it became the first to touch down on a comet more than a year ago.
FOXNews.com 14 hours ago

 
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Air pollution kills over 5.5 million people worldwide annually
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