Archive: 05/31/2007

Chronicle of a Death Foretold

Two of the World's Largest Interferometric Facilities Team-up to Study a Red Giant Star Using ESO's VLTI on Cerro Paranal and the VLBA facility operated by NRAO, an international team of astronomers has made what is arguab ...

dateMay 31, 2007 in Astronomy
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Study: Cheetahs not monogamous

A British study found that female cheetahs in Tanzania are prone to infidelity -- having cubs with several different fathers.

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Dogs carrying hospital superbug

Veterinarians in Sweden say dogs may be spreading the MRSA superbug in veterinary clinics. The first Swedish case of a dog contracting the virus was recorded at a clinic in Stockholm last fall, The Local newspaper said Wednesday.

dateMay 31, 2007 in Other
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The general public lacks basic medical knowledge

The general public are worryingly ignorant about the symptoms and risk factors that contribute to serious medical conditions such as stroke and HIV/AIDS, according to a study published in the online open access journal BMC ...

dateMay 31, 2007 in Health
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Moths mimic sounds to survive

In a night sky filled with hungry bats, good-tasting moths increase their chances of survival by mimicking the sounds of their bad-tasting cousins, according to a new Wake Forest University study.

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