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Study: large carnivores gaining ground in Europe

Fat lost when you exhale

Spike seen in methane on Mars, but source unknown

Wolves, bears and lynx 'now plentiful in Europe'

Hugs can help ward off stress, infection: study

NASA rover finds organic molecules, methane gas on Mars

Study: Your all-electric car may not be so green

Japanese scientist resigns over stem cell scandal

Study sheds light on how humans tamed wild horses

Greenland ice loss may be worse than predicted

2016 contenders quiet on police shootings protests

Clinton v Bush, again: is US democracy a family affair?

New-found tale could be Hans Christian Andersen's

Class of 2012: Diploma dilemma for Europe grads

Shark attack reporting inaccurate: study

Voyager 1 becomes 1st craft to leave solar system

Financial stress may hit brain and wallet

Lead checks made on playground equipment at Port Pirie

Scientists plan controversial lab-made bird flu

New in rural Tennessee: Discovery Park of America

The pros and cons of swaddling your child

Researchers edge closer to a pill cure for hepatitis C

Early gene therapy trial for blindness promising

Loss of large carnivores hurts ecosystems: study

Fossils of Neanderthal DNA clump in human genome

Baby is born in Japan after ovary experiment

Chinese journalist tries to crowdfund his career

Stone age hunters and farmers co-existed in Europe

Experts warn Victorian logging laws may drive Leadbeater's possum to...

Experts urge US to measure, pursue our happiness

Antarctic ice lab sees sub-atomic particles in space

Scientists decode DNA of 'living fossil' fish

Rising seas clearly evident along SC coast