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Survey: More Mexican Gray Wolves Roaming Southwestern U.S.

Survey: More Mexican Gray Wolves Roaming Southwestern U.S.

| By Susan Montoya Bryan | Apr 10
More Mexican gray wolves are roaming the American Southwest now than at any time since federal biologists began reintroducing the predators more than two decades ago, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Monday.

How Being Beautiful Influences Your Attitudes Toward Sex

How Being Beautiful Influences Your Attitudes Toward Sex

| By Robert Urbatsch | Apr 9
While many benefits of beauty are small — a slightly higher salary offer here, a better performance evaluation there — the romantic benefits are larger and more consistent. Good-looking people on average have more sexual opportunities and partners.

Scientists Release Most Detailed Map of Teton Quake Fault

Scientists Release Most Detailed Map of Teton Quake Fault

| By Mead Gruver | Apr 9
Scientists have completed the most detailed map yet of one of North America's most spectacular geologic faults with the hope of providing a better understanding of the earthquake risk at a popular vacation destination.

3D Technology Being Used to Locate New Alaska Oil Pockets

3D Technology Being Used to Locate New Alaska Oil Pockets

| Apr 9
New technology is being used to search for untapped oil in an Alaska bay that is already an established source of fossil fuel, according to officials.

Ancient DNA is A Powerful Tool for Studying the Past — when Archaeologists and Geneticists Work Together

Ancient DNA is A Powerful Tool for Studying the Past — when Archaeologists and Geneticists Work Together

| By Elizabeth Sawchuk | Apr 8
DNA has moved beyond esoteric science and into the center of everyday conversations about identity, culture and politics. It's also reshaping stories about the past.

Smoking Pot vs. Tobacco: What Science Says about Lighting Up

Smoking Pot vs. Tobacco: What Science Says about Lighting Up

| By Jennifer Peltz | Apr 7
As more states make it legal to smoke marijuana, some government officials, researchers and others worry what that might mean for one of the country's biggest public health successes : curbing cigarette smoking.

Japan Space Drops Explosive on Asteroid to Make Crater

Japan Space Drops Explosive on Asteroid to Make Crater

| By Marcei Yamaguchi | Apr 6
Friday's mission was the riskiest for Hayabusa2 because it had to immediately move away so it wouldn't get hit by flying shards from the blast.

Climate Research Needs to Change to Help Communities Plan for the Future

Climate Research Needs to Change to Help Communities Plan for the Future

| By Robert Kopp | Apr 6
Climate change is a chronic challenge — it is here now, and will be with us throughout this century and beyond.

Elite Hospitals Plunge Into Unproven Stem Cell Treatments

Elite Hospitals Plunge Into Unproven Stem Cell Treatments

| By Liz Szabo | Apr 3
A growing number of respected hospitals and health systems — including the Mayo Clinic, the Cleveland Clinic and the University of Miami — have entered the lucrative business of stem cells and related therapies, including platelet injections.

UK's Only Female Giant Panda Artificially Inseminated At Zoo

UK's Only Female Giant Panda Artificially Inseminated At Zoo

| Apr 2
Britain's only female giant panda has been artificially inseminated in a bid to produce a cub.

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