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Astronomers Spot An Ancient, ‘Hyper-Starburst’ Galaxy

A team of astronomers has observed a galaxy from early days of the universe undergoing a tremendous burst of star formation. The galaxy, seen by …

Doctors have alarmingly high rates of depression. One reason: medical school.

Over the course of Elisabeth Poorman’s first year of medical residency, she went from crying occasionally to tearing up every single day.<p>"I couldn’t sleep even when I had time off," she said of the rapid decline in her mental health in 2013. "I didn’t really have any motivation to do anything when …

Fresh look at old data shows the sun is surprisingly sluggish

The flaming ball of plasma in the sky is calmer than we thought. A new analysis of decades of old observations of the sun shows that we previously …

For Jones, Dooley families, football season has been twice the fun

FRISCO, Texas -- This has been a fall to remember for Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones and wide receivers coach Derek Dooley.<p>The …

And down the stretch they come in NFL season

And down the stretch they come.<p>The Cowboys already are in the playoffs. The Patriots and Seahawks almost certainly will qualify soon, too. Believe it …

Solving The Mystery Of Nebulae In Astronomy

From ancient times, humanity realized there’s more to the night sky than stars.<p>Stellar assemblies, like clusters and galaxies, are plentiful, but aren’t real nebulae.<p>A true nebulae, is a diffuse, cloud-like object, resulting from gas within a galaxy.<p>Dark nebulae – dusty, dense clouds of material — …

Cosmology

One of the most controversial ideas in psychology just got a boost

Priming studies have suggested that hearing about old people makes you walk more slowly, and that holding a cup of hot coffee makes you feel "warmer" toward other people. Another: Describing a typical professor makes you perform better on knowledge tasks.<p>Most of these studies have failed …

Donald Trump: The Body Language of a Bully

<i>This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article.</i><p>As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump ramp up for their third and …

Stanford psychiatrists developed a test to help see if you'll respond to antidepressants

A group of researchers from Stanford has created a tool that could help make that decision much easier. It's a two-part test that they say could one day help predict — with striking accuracy — if someone with depression will respond to antidepressants.<p>That's a huge development.<p>Millions of people …

20 members of same family killed in Aleppo; Russia temporarily halts airstrikes

<b>(CNN) —</b> Hours after airstrikes killed 20 members of the same family -- including nine children -- in Aleppo, Russia announced it will temporarily stop airstrikes on the rebel-held eastern part of the city.<p>Moscow has helped bolster the Syrian regime's airstrikes on rebel-held parts of Aleppo, …

Middle East

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Monday Musings: Time for Odell Beckham to scrap the antics because he's too good

Also, Aaron Rodgers still doesn't look comfortable and why Tony Romo needs to be the starter in Big D<p>New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is a …

Bears And Jaguars Fans Fight Viciously Over Pretty Much Nothing

No good can come of this.<p>The Chicago Bears did not prevail Sunday ― and neither did fans’ common sense.<p>After a game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, a fight started between a Bears supporter (likely angry over his team’s 17-16 home loss) and some Jaguars faithful. Yikes.<p>The Bears fan can be seen …

Rodgers: Getting over Packers' loss includes scotch

It was another week of poor play from Aaron Rodgers. The Green Bay Packers quarterback said he plans to have a glass of scotch and watch film after …

Marshawn Lynch Goes Beast Mode on 'Planet Earth' Iguana Chase (Video)

Fan dubs audio of Seattle Seahawks running back over epic sequence<p>Marshawn Lynch’s Beast Mode probably deserves its own “Planet Earth” segment, but …

Seattle Seahawks

Why go to Antarctica?

<i>Introducing the new ESA-sponsored medical doctor in Concordia research station: Carole Dangoisse with her first blog entry. Are you a medical doctor</i> …

Why Is It So Hard to Tell If Someone Likes You?

One of the most frustrating things about dating and relationships is trying to figure out whether a person has romantic feelings for you. People …

These 6 new technology rules will govern our future

Technology is advancing so rapidly that we will experience radical changes in society not only in our lifetimes but in the coming years. We are already seeing how computing, sensors, artificial intelligence, and genomics are reshaping entire industries and our daily lives.<p>As we undergo this rapid …

NASA Is Running Simulations to See How We'd Cope With a Devastating Asteroid Impact

Step 1: Don't panic.<p>In sci-fi movies like <i>Armageddon</i>, if Earth is threatened by an incoming and potentially planet-destroying asteroid, you send a …

Here are the Vegas odds on when the Cowboys will lose their second game

The last team to go 15-1 with a rookie quarterback? The 2004 Steelers<p>No one knew what to expect when Tony Romo went down in August with a back injury …

Tony Romo Injury: Updates on Cowboys Star's Back and Return

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo suffered a broken bone in his back when Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril tackled him from behind in the first quarter of a preseason game Aug. 25.<p>Romo, however, is healthy enough to play.<p>Continue for updates.<p>Romo Active vs. Ravens<p>Sunday, Nov. 20<p>David …