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A woman has given birth to a more than 13-pound baby at a southeastern Pennsylvania hospital.
Austin Police are trying to determine what caused two of their own vehicles to crash into one another.
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The mainstream media's shameful abandonment of freedom fighter Cliven Bundy
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Long Island nursing home hired male strippers for entertainment of elderly residents
Indiana University cognitive scientists Catarina Vales and Linda Smith demonstrate that children spot objects more quickly when prompted by words than if they are only prompted by images.
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When exposed to graphic pornographic images without any context, women tend to experience nausea and physical revulsion, a new study has found.
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A new discovery by Harvard scientists may turn 160 years of neuroanatomy on its head.
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Older people who have apathy but not depression may have smaller brain volumes than those without apathy.
The government said the Ebola virus has claimed 61 lives in Guinea out of 109 laboratory-confirmed cases since January.
A woman who participated in a ground-breaking study where doctors used cells to grow vaginas in a lab said she now leads a normal life thanks to the surgery.
Policy experts wonder whether the government and private businesses can control spending as the economy gets stronger and millions more Americans gain coverage.
Almost three of out five readers believe Medicare's release last week of data on what it paid individual doctors was a good idea, according to results of a poll on the MedPage Today website.
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Through the years, the public has been apprised on incidents where engineers invent something before they fully comprehend why it works.
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A man is dead after the vehicle he was driving was rear-ended.
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