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Climate change will increase extreme rainfall; drought, NASA says (VIDEO)

Climate change will increase extreme rainfall in certain regions and worsen drought in others claims a new study.

Humpback whales: Hawaii fishermen ask for removal from endangered list

Hawaiian fisherman are calling on the US federal government to remove humpback whales from the endangered species list.

Schizophrenia diagnosis possible using nerve cells from the nose, study shows

Nerve cells in the nose may help in diagnosing those with schizophrenia according to new research.

Did they really just spend money to do these studies?

  Stress is bad for your health? Women find facial hair more attractive? Ah, science. Sometimes, research benefits science and mankind. Other times, they have us scratching our heads. It seems some members of Congress have similar sentiments.

Plants combat climate change through cloud-causing aerosols

Plants counter climate change not only by absorbing carbon dioxide but also by assisting in cloud formation and atmospheric cooling.

Plants combat climate change through cloud-causing aerosols

Plants counter climate change not only by absorbing carbon dioxide but also by assisting in cloud formation and atmospheric cooling.

Ocean temperature off US and Canada Northeast highest in 150 years

The continental shelf just offshore from the Northeast US and Canada reached its highest average yearly temperature in 150 years say scientists.

Monkeys conform to certain diets just like humans, study shows

Researchers in Scotland found that wild vervet monkeys conform to culture-specific behaviors, particulary while eating.
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A new study has shown that monkeys conform to culture-specific eating behaviors when given a choice. (Christof Stache/AFP/Getty Images)
A new study shows that monkeys succumb to peer pressure just like the rest of us.
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Porn impacts sexual behavior in teens but not too much, says Dutch study

Porn affects the sexual behavior of teens but only moderately, according to a new study.

Porn impacts sexual behavior in teens but not too much, says Dutch study

Porn affects the sexual behavior of teens but only moderately, according to a new study.
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