Archive: 04/20/2008

Moose multiplying in Scandinavia

Biologists say there are now record numbers of moose in Scandinavia -- the greatest population since the Ice Age.

Apr 20, 2008
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Ill. earthquake a wake-up call

A U.S. seismologist said the earthquake that jolted the Midwest Friday is a reminder of the risks seismic events pose outside familiar quake areas.

Apr 20, 2008
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New DNA testing bring free will into play

A new generation of DNA testing gives a peek at biological and psychological traits allowing lawyers to question free will in U.S. criminal cases, experts say.

Apr 20, 2008
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Loggerhead turtles on decline in Florida

The number of loggerhead sea turtle nests is on the decline throughout Florida, indicating a potential threat to the animals, wildlife experts say.

Apr 20, 2008
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Inflammation triggers cell fusions that could protect neurons

Chronic inflammation triggers bone marrow-derived blood cells to travel to the brain and fuse with a certain type of neuron up to 100 times more frequently than previously believed, according to a new study from the Stanford ...

Apr 20, 2008
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No place like home: Katrina's lasting impact

New Orleans residents who lost their homes in Hurricane Katrina were over five times more likely to experience serious psychological distress a year after the disaster than those who did not. That is one of the findings from ...

Apr 20, 2008
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