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Michael Coe, Maya Scholar and Codebreaker, Is Dead at 90 8 Oct 5:49pm Michael Coe, Maya Scholar and Codebreaker, Is Dead at 90
He authenticated the oldest written manuscript in the Americas and proved that the Maya written language was surprisingly complex.
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Sexually Transmitted Disease Cases Rise to Record High, C.D.C. Says 8 Oct 5:36pm Sexually Transmitted Disease Cases Rise to Record High, C.D.C. Says
Cases of syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia in the United States jumped last year, and an alarming number of newborn deaths were linked to congenital syphilis.
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Bronx Teenager’s Death Is Youngest Vaping Fatality in U.S. 8 Oct 5:32pm Bronx Teenager’s Death Is Youngest Vaping Fatality in U.S.
A Bronx boy who died last week is the youngest of 23 people to die nationwide of a vaping-related lung illness.
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Was Heidi the Octopus Really Dreaming? 8 Oct 5:03pm Updated Was Heidi the Octopus Really Dreaming?
They’re far from us on the tree of life, and their brains are very different, and some scientists say we should take care before we assume that cephalopods sleep like we do.
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F.D.A. Approves New H.I.V.-Prevention Drug, but Not for Everyone 8 Oct 3:26pm F.D.A. Approves New H.I.V.-Prevention Drug, but Not for Everyone
Citing a lack of evidence, the agency will require Gilead to conduct additional trials in individuals ‘who have receptive vaginal sex.’
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Pregnant Women Should Get Flu and Whooping Cough Shots, C.D.C. Says 8 Oct 1:26pm Pregnant Women Should Get Flu and Whooping Cough Shots, C.D.C. Says
Millions do not, and they may be endangering their babies as well as themselves. Only 35 percent of pregnant women get both vaccines; about half get one.
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When Biking and Bears Don’t Mix 8 Oct 12:13pm Updated When Biking and Bears Don’t Mix
Conservationists worry that the popularity of recreational mountain biking and e-bikes in public lands leads to unsafe conditions for humans, as well as for bears and other wildlife.
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Want to Learn More About Breast Cancer? Read This Book 8 Oct 12:05pm Updated Want to Learn More About Breast Cancer? Read This Book
A 35-year-old journalist responded to her diagnosis with questions — lots of them. In “Radical,” she delivers the facts and the story of her treatment.
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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Cosmic Discoveries 8 Oct 9:03am Updated Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Cosmic Discoveries
The cosmologist James Peebles split the prize with the astrophysicists Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz, for work the Nobel judges said “transformed our ideas about the cosmos.”
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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Cosmology and Exoplanet Discoveries 8 Oct 7:11am Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Cosmology and Exoplanet Discoveries
The cosmologist James Peebles split the prize with the astrophysicists Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz, for work the Nobel judges said “transformed our ideas about the cosmos.”
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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Exoplanet Discovery and Cosmology Advances 8 Oct 6:39am Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Exoplanet Discovery and Cosmology Advances
The cosmologist James Peebles split the prize with the astrophysicists Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz, for work the Nobel judges said “transformed our ideas about the cosmos.”
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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Study of Universe’s Structure and Discovery of Planet 8 Oct 6:28am Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Study of Universe’s Structure and Discovery of Planet
The cosmologist James Peebles split the prize with the astrophysicists Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz, for work the Nobel judges said “transformed our ideas about the cosmos.”
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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Study of the Universe’s Structure 8 Oct 6:03am Updated Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Study of the Universe’s Structure
James Peebles split the prize with Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz who were honored for their contributions to discoveries that expanded understanding of the universe.
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Online Map Leads Archaeologist to Maya Discovery 8 Oct 5:00am Online Map Leads Archaeologist to Maya Discovery
Lidar has transformed the study of ancient civilizations, but maps made with the technology are expensive. Takeshi Inomata found a great one for free.
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