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An ill-written paragraph in a report by the World Health Organization seemed to make the claim that half of all new HIV infections in Greece were self-inflicted to get $950 a month in welfare.
Harvard researchers found that seniors that drank hot cocoa regularly had better memories and performed better on cognitive tests.
The mole rat lives for 30 years or more and does not develop cancer due to sugars that keep cells from clumping.
Researchers in Sweden have found that people applaud because others are doing the same.
The idea is to make Facebook a forum for public conversations and debates, much like Twitter.
The Pakistani Taliban quickly withdrew earlier offers of peace talks after the reported death of its deputy commander, Wali-ur-Rehman, in a drone strike this week.
The man in his 50s was arrested in a neighborhood in southeast London on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder.
A new study found that soda consumption rots the teeth due to acidity, much like the effect of methamphetamine and crack cocaine.
Researchers found that left-brain thinkers use their right hand while right-brain thinkers use their left.
Landsat Data Continuity Mission satellite captured the active volcano from a height of 438 miles above sea level.
An advocacy group called the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) looked over 12 years of government data to find their results.
Jay-Z, who owns a 0.15 percent stake in the pro basketball team, was instrumental in bringing them to Brooklyn from New Jersey.
The Fur Institute of Canada has been lobbying the WTO to lift the ban, saying that too many seals are depleting fish stocks and aboriginal incomes will be affected.
The pop star is being accused by his neighbor in California of intimidation and battery.
Researchers from the University of Athens Medical School found that drinking the thick, sandy coffee may protect the heart.
The Grammy award-winning rap artist was at Cameo nightclub in Charlotte with his entourage who helped distribute the cash to the poor strippers.
The car is being sold by Swiss billionaire Thomas Straumann whose family made their money in dental implants.
Audio from phone calls between the alleged mastermind of the plan and a hitman shed new light on the plan.
The deadly crash took the life of his Italian girlfriend Elisabetta Castella who died at the scene.
The actor and his wife fled to Canada in 2010 after being arrested for causing $5000 damage of a home they rented in Santa Barbara.