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What would Mark Twain think of Donald Trump?

Twain was an opinionated, prolific commentator on the personalities and political issues of his day. Terry Ballard/flickr, CC BY Click for a full size image   What would Mark Twain think of Donald Trump? Thanks to the criticisms they’ve leveled …

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For Threatened Coffee Crops, Tree Rings May Offer Answers

  For Threatened Coffee Crops, Tree Rings May Offer Answers Coffee and climate come together on the mountainous slopes of Guatemala, where fields — and the livelihoods of indigenous farmers — are threatened by changing rainfall, rising temperature and a …

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7 Ways to Make Eggs

  7 Ways to Make Eggs An Egg for Every Occasion Most egg connoisseurs know they can choose from a variety of eggs – chicken, duck and quail, to name a few – but not all enthusiasts actually know the …

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What’s in the Tea Leaves?

Click for a full size image   What’s in the Tea Leaves? Two Truths and a Lie About Tea A warm cup of tea can be a great way to ease into the morning or relax after a long day. …

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Is Mushroom Coffee the Next Superfood Trend?

  Is Mushroom Coffee the Next Superfood Trend? A Finnish company adds wild-harvested mushrooms to coffee to create the ultimate superfood sip. But is it worthy of the health hype? Forget golden lattes and enhanced waters. Mushroom coffee could be …

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500kg Egyptian woman heads to India for surgery

  500kg Egyptian woman heads to India for surgery February 11, 2017 AN Egyptian believed to be the world’s heaviest woman will fly to India for weight reduction surgery today after intervention from the country’s foreign minister ensured her a …

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Australia ready if Trump starts a trade war

  Australia ready if Trump starts a trade war Australia is the best placed of any Western nation to withstand a Trump-induced trade war, says the UNSW Business School’s Tim Harcourt. “We are now staring down the barrels of a …

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Woman in Wuhan opens quintuple-yolked egg

Click for a full size image Click for a full size image   Woman in Wuhan opens quintuple-yolked egg A woman surnamed Tao from the city of Wuhan in central China opened a quintuple-yolked egg on Jan. 23, local media …

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Healing Broken Bones, Wounds and Internal Organs

Ronke Olabisi, assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, and her lab focus on tissue engineering and regenerative medicine to replace or repair bone, skin, muscle and the retina. Credit: Cameron Bowman/Rutgers University Click for a full size image …

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