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Why don’t we know yet what killed Prince?
Apr26

Why don’t we know yet what killed Prince?

(CNN)We might not know what killed pop superstar Prince for weeks or even months. And while forensic science-themed TV shows make it look quick and easy, and the technology has improved, modern death investigations take time. See the latest news and share your comments with CNN Health on Facebook and Twitter. Scientists might look at stomach contents to see whether a person recently ingested a drug; undigested pills could still be in...

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Scientists Have Solved A Major Diabetes Mystery
Apr25

Scientists Have Solved A Major Diabetes Mystery

Scientists have taken a big step in better understanding how Type 1 diabetes wreaks havoc on the body, which could lead to novel ways to both treat and prevent the disease. It was previously known that the chronic autoimmune disease involves the immune system attacking four molecules, called autoantigens, in the pancreas. However, diabetes experts have long speculated that a fifth molecule must also be under attack — but they...

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Plane Flies Across The Pacific Using Only Solar Power
Apr24

Plane Flies Across The Pacific Using Only Solar Power

A solar-powered plane has completed a three-day nonstop flight across the Pacific Ocean without a single drop of fuel, marking a major milestone for innovations in renewable energy. Bertrand Piccard landed the single-pilot plane, Solar Impulse 2, in Mountain View, California, on Saturday night after taking off from Hawaii 62 hours prior. Since setting off from Abu Dhabi in March 2015, Piccard and fellow pilot Andre Borschberg...

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Where Bernie Sanders’ Health Care Crusade Might Go From Here
Apr23

Where Bernie Sanders’ Health Care Crusade Might Go From Here

That’s particularly true for one of his signature issues: health care. No matter what happens with the Democratic presidential nomination, the Vermont senator can keep pushing to to fill in the holes of Obamacare, while creating the building blocks for the single-payer system he has advocated for his entire political career. Versions of single payer exist in countries such as Canada, Taiwan, and the United...

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Award-winning Guardian reporter David Beresford dies aged 68
Apr23

Award-winning Guardian reporter David Beresford dies aged 68

Beresford, known for his writing about the Northern Ireland Troubles and the end of apartheid, has died in Johannesburg David Beresford, the award-winning Guardian correspondent who covered Northern Ireland during the Troubles and South Africa during and after the end of the apartheid era, has died after a long illness at his home in Johannesburg, aged 68. Beresford began journalistic life on the Guardian as a home news reporter and...

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These Earth Day predictions from 1970 never came true | Fox News
Apr23

These Earth Day predictions from 1970 never came true | Fox News

The earth is pictured as photographed from 10,000 nautical miles away during the Apollo 11 mission in this July 16, 1969 NASA handout photo. (REUTERS/NASA/Handout) Back in 1970, when the world celebrated the first Earth Day, environmentalists were worried that without dramatic measures, the future would be catastrophic for the Earth and civilization. But their grim predictions havent come true, The Daily Caller News Foundation pointed...

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