Dinosaurs are not extinct!  Well, not technically anyway.  Some people would argue that birds are “new-school” dinosaurs. 

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With its shine and brilliant white luster, silver is one of the more luxurious metals and is used in both everyday products and luxury goods.

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Red Bull, ROCKSTAR, 24-hour coffee shops—these products and amenities help us stay awake longer and delay sleep. But, they are contributing to the rising problem of sleep deprivation amongst teens.

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These days, it seems you can’t swing a cricket bat without hitting a zombie reference in the media. Zombies are in the theatres, on prime-time TV, and even invading our classic literature!

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What role do environmental disasters play in the spread of disease?

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People trying to lose weight have a seemingly endless number of options. Many have jumped on the low-carb bandwagon with the Atkins diet. While these have been around for some time, people continue to ask: do low-carb diets actually work?

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On March 11, 2011, an earthquake off the coast of Japan triggered a tsunami that has caused massive destruction. Read about the earth science behind this natural disaster.

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“Natural healthproducts” are found everywhere from pharmacies to grocery shops and every otherstore in between. But what exactly are they? 

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The oceans and our atmosphere work together to form the Earth's climate. Throw humans into the mix and the debate begins. While the atmosphere quickly adjusts to our changes, the oceans are the world's great moderator.

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That mysterious and useful little box in your kitchen- the microwave - is a marvel of modern science and engineering.How does something so complicated help you heat up leftover pizza with the touch of a button?

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