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The drug addiction epidemic is shattering not just lives but also stressing county budgets.
WHO plans global war on cholera as Yemen caseload soars
Limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius may still be possible
Trump’s nominee to lead NASA wants the agency to study climate change on Mars
Researchers unite in quest for “standard model” of the brain
Under GOP health care bill, states would struggle to hang onto Obamacare
Seeing the unseen: New, low-cost technique tracks objects hidden by fog
After Cassini’s end at Saturn, outer planets exploration shifts to Jupiter
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Today's youngsters seem to be growing up quickly. But new research suggests otherwise.
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Astronomers discover pitch-black exoplanet
Democrats urge full review of Republicans' 11th-hour attack on Obamacare
Cassini's end marks new beginning for exploration of Saturn
From the October 5, 1878 issue of Scientific American. #Oktoberfest
Some major apparel and digital technology companies will set goals to cut their greenhouse emissions.

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