Amy Morales

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New Study Says Soda Could Cause Rare Cancers

Well that's just great.<p>If you have the habit of downing a soda every day, you might want to think about cutting back. A new study suggests that those who consume the bubbly stuff and other sugary drinks may have a higher risk of developing rare cancers in the gallbladder and liver, <i>Reuters</i> …

Meet the 'mouse-bunny' that could vanish from the US

<b>The pika’s pickle: The fur ball known as an American pika is not coping well with climate change.</b><p>Looking a bit like a mighty-eared mouse, the …

Mass grave reveals secrets of the 'walking fish': 360-million-year-old fossils provide a glimpse into how animals moved from water to land

Scientists studying fossils from a 'mass grave' some 360 million years ago have provided new insight into a group of strange fish-like …

Science discovers what’s basically a real-life Pearl from Finding Nemo

Like most things about <i>Finding Nemo</i>, Pixar’s massive 2003 hit depicting the brutal disappearance of a child and his father’s near-manic-inducing …

Why Are Rio's Olympic Pools Green And Smelly? Ryan Lochte's Hair Holds The Answer

No, no, NO! Hydrogen peroxide does not turn water green (nor does it make water smell like farts)<p>Whenever I read about the 2016 Summer Olympics, water quality has almost always been mentioned as being the biggest concern. And no wonder, considering that an investigative report published by the AP …

Science Once Again Proves There’s Nothing Dogs Love More Than Their Humans

Dogs and humans have a unique bond. Over the centuries the two species have evolved a strong social bond; in other words, we really like dogs, and dogs really like us, which is why they’ll follow us around no matter what and why they recognize us even if they don’t see us for years. And it turns …

Scientists blown away by adorable, goggle-eyed cuttlefish

Scientists couldn't contain their coos when their undersea mission unearthed this adorable cuttlefish.<p>The researchers were aboard the E/V Nautilus, a research vessel which is exploring the ocean off the coast of California.<p>The cute creature is called a stubby squid, even though it is more related …

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