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The Sugar Industry Has Attempted to Shape Science, Study Says
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A new study details how the sugar industry worked to downplay emerging science linking sugar and heart disease. Sept. 12, 2016, at 12:36 p.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. New Study Says Sugar Industry Has Tried to Sway Science.
Sugar Industry and Coronary Heart Disease Research: A Historical Analysis of Internal Industry Documents | JAMA …JAMA Internal Medicine – JAMA Network
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Questions arise after excavation of California mammoth skull
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This undated photo, supplied by Channel Islands National Park, shows an exceptionally well preserved fossil of a complete mammoth skull unearthed by a team of scientists from an eroding stream bank on Santa Rosa Island within southern California's …

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8000-year-old female figurine uncovered in central Turkey
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Hackers Hit EurekAlert, Where All Your Science News Comes From
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The science stories that crowd your newsfeed, influence policies, and lead the front pages of your favorite newspapers often come from a single source: EurekAlert.com. And now it's been hacked. EurekAlert, a project of the American Association For The …
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China launches second space station, Tiangong 2
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The Long March 7 rocket carrying the Tiangong-2 module blasts off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Jiuquan, northwest China's Gansu Province, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016. China has launched its second space station in a sign of the growing …
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Scientists may have solved mystery of giant Midwest earthquakes
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Two centuries ago, a series of giant earthquakes rocked the tiny town of New Madrid, Missouri, collapsing chimneys and shaking houses more than 1000 kilometers away. It was even said that parts of the Mississippi River momentarily flowed backward as

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Belief about nicotine influences cravings, brain activity
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IMAGE: Read Montague, director of the Human Neuroimaging Laboratory and the Computational Psychiatry Unit at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, was part of a multi-institutional team of researchers that showed… view more. Credit: Jim …
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The Week Science Got Hacked
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Because some scientific publishers rely so heavily on EurekAlert to communicate their work to the public, the result of the breach has been what seems to be one of the slowest science news weeks in a while. To address the bottleneck, EurekAlert has

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Survival of the smallest? Bigger sea species more threatened
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