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Scientific American     04.09.2019

When Vitamin Pills Are Too Much of a Good Thing

Although vitamins and minerals are essential for health, more is not necessarily better.
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Scientific American     04.09.2019

Poison Frog Fathers Ferry Their Tadpoles Great Distances

After poison frog tadpoles hatch from their eggs in the leaf litter, they wriggle onto the backs of their patiently waiting fathers, who piggyback them to water.
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Scientific American     04.09.2019

Canine MRIs Sniff Out How Human Preferences Shaped Dogs’ Hallmark Traits

A new study explores the brain structure of various dog breeds and how it relates to their behavior.
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Scientific American     03.09.2019

Stronger, Wetter, Slower: How Hurricanes Will Change

Sluggish hurricanes have become increasingly common over the past 70 years.
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Scientific American     03.09.2019

Dorian Drives Home Warnings of Climate Influence on Hurricanes

Hurricane Dorian could be the fifth major storm to threaten the U.S. in three years, driving home scientists’ warnings that climate change is shaping powerful tropical systems.
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Scientific American     03.09.2019

How Misinformation Spreads—and Why We Trust It

To understand how false beliefs spread, new models in network science investigate the interactions of social trust, evidence seekers, and propagandists.
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Scientific American     03.09.2019

Earth’s Orbital Shifts May Have Triggered Ancient Global Warming

A new study combining astronomical and geologic data hints at an extraterrestrial cause for extreme climate change 56 million years ago.
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Scientific American     02.09.2019

“Particle” Robots Work Together to Perform Tasks

Scientists have created a robot consisting of multiple units that can operate as a cluster.
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Scientific American     02.09.2019

To Justify Using Weed, Some Pregnant Women Cling to an Old and Dubious Study

Social media users extol—and health experts decry—a 25-year-old study from Jamaica suggesting cannabis use poses no harm to fetal development.
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Scientific American     02.09.2019

A New Type of Visual Prosthetic

The director of the National Institutes of Health showcases a project to develop a brain implant that would restore sight.
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