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A single droplet of blood can tell the doctor whether you have a mild or severe case of asthma.
Being active as a child influences how your brain will function as you age.
Interactive toy to inspire the next generation of scientists.
A new device can recognize that you are too sleepy before you do.
New cancer treatment using a common cold virus gives hope.
Stimulating nerve therapy can reverse symptoms from a stroke.
Warming torso and forearms could reduce chilly temperatures’ bite.
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New technology can give warning before an injury takes a player out of the game.
Researchers take non-edible parts of plants and turn them in to food we can eat.
Tricking the tuberculosis bacterium could save many people.
Movie theater staple packs in cancer-fighting antioxidants.
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Insects in the Middle East could be deadly to troops.
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