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An Ice World…With an Ocean?

A dramatic plume sprays water ice and vapor from the south polar region of Saturn’s moon Enceladus. Cassini’s first hint of this plume came during the spacecraft’s first close flyby of the icy moon on February 17, 2005. Credit: NASA/JPL/Space ...

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¿Hay riesgo para los bebés?

El centro sanitario privado de la capital burgalesa le controló el embarazo a la mujer de 64 años y programó una cesárea para la semana 37 de gestación. – Foto: Hospital Recoletas Click for a full size image   ¿Hay ...

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Red flag on opioid scripts

Image: Backyard Production, Getty Images Click for a full size image   Red flag on opioid scripts Habit Forming Physicians’ opioid prescribing patterns linked to patients’ risk for long-term drug use By Jake Miller Emergency room patients treated by physicians ...

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Supernova spotted shortly after explosion

BRIGHT AND EARLY Scientists caught an early glimpse of an exploding star in the galaxy NGC7610 (shown before the supernova). Light from the explosion revealed that gas (orange) surrounded the star, indicating that the star spurted out gas in advance ...

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Novel approach to treating common diseases

  Novel approach to treating common diseases Researchers at Cardiff University’s School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences have discovered a new clinical approach that could provide a new avenue for treating a range of common diseases including cancer, strokes and ...

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