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Are Antibiotics On The Farm Risky Business?

You've probably seen the labels on meat in the store: "Raised without antibiotics." They're a selling point for people who don't like how many drugs are used on chickens, turkey, hogs and beef cattle.<p>Activist groups, as well as prominent medical organizations, are calling for stricter rules on how …

What is the biggest problem facing the world today? David Cameron wants to know

David Cameron wants to solve the world's biggest problem. What do you think it is?<p>The Prime Minister is launching a competition to identify the world's biggest problem. Once this has been determined, he will offer £1 million of cash to the person who works out the answer.<p>The competition is modelled …

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Paris Time-Lapse Video Takes You On A Condensed Tour Of The City Of Light (VIDEO)

Paris 2013 TimeLapse in Motion (Hyperlapse by Kirill Neiezhmakov) from Kirill Neiezhmakov on Vimeo.<p>If you're desk-bound this summer -- or if a trip to Europe just isn't the cards -- you can still take in the sights of Paris from the comfort of your computer screen.<p>This beautiful time-lapse video by …

HPV prevention: vaccination works

No one wants to become infected with human papilloma virus, commonly known as HPV. Not Michael Douglas, who has recently talked to the media about …

Hiking Zion National Park

I have a confession to make. The American Southwest wasn’t on my adventure radar until my friend Reed persuaded me to join him on a road trip through Utah Canyon Country.<p>Driving into Zion National Park at sunset was a shot in the arm for my wanderlust. I was ready to explore the big red …

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Grass: It's What's For Dinner (3.5 Million Years Ago)

If you could travel back in time about 8 million years, you'd find a creature in an African tree that was the ancestor of all current apes and humans. And that creature in all likelihood would have spent a big part of its day munching leaves and fruit — pretty much what apes eat now.<p>Obviously, we …