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Circulation of the ocean plays an important role in regulating planet's climate:

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Two Prairie Butterflies Gain Protection under Endangered Species Act

Two Prairie Butterflies Gain Protection under Endangered Species Act

On Thursday, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced that it has included two prairie butterflies in the list of endangered species under the Endangered Species Act.

Weight-loss surgery can lead to severe headaches

Weight-loss surgery can lead to severe headaches

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Toyota sells partial stake in Tesla Motors

Toyota sells partial stake in Tesla Motors

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‘PhotoMath’ – a free mobile which can solve mathematical problems almost instantly

‘PhotoMath’ – a free mobile which can solve mathematical problems almost instant

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Soft drinks increases aging process at the same rate as cigarettes

Soft drinks increases aging process at the same rate as cigarettes

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Brain-eating amoeba in water supply leads to indictment of two employees

Brain-eating amoeba in water supply leads to indictment of two employees

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Europeans remained lactose intolerant well after adopting cheese-making: study

Europeans remained lactose intolerant well after adopting cheese-making: study

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