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Polling can take the pulse of a population’s sentiment, but swing voters, skewed samples and other issues have always limited its ability ..read more
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A trio of researchers has mapped the living things that make the tongue, gums and palate home ..read more
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The ancient pathogens in old graves are as dead as the people they once infected. Still, they tell a vivid tale ..read more
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Here are five things you didn’t know the navigation system could do ..read more
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Not all surgeons are equally skilled with a scalpel. Doctors are developing new ways to test — and improve — operating room performance ..read more
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Organic semiconductors can link up with brain cells to send and receive signals. They may find a use in sight-restoring prostheses ..read more
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An increasing number of cities and countries have begun taxing sugary beverages. But can raising the price of these drinks really make a ..read more
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Research is starting to reveal how the urge for vengeance may have evolved, when it can be useful and what could prevent the violence it ..read more
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Replicating human milk is no easy feat — nor is separating the science from the hype ..read more
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Hot Jupiters were the first kind of exoplanet found. A quarter-century later, they still perplex and captivate — and their origins hold ..read more

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