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Using Smell to Solve Crime
Could body odor lineups solve violent crimes?
Freezing People After Heart Attacks Could Save Lives
Doctors are harnessing profound hypothermia (pushing body temperatures to as low as 50 degrees) to save lives.
Ebola Drugs In Development
ZMapp and other Ebola drugs have been fast-tracked for approval, but are they ready for use?
Show a Little Heart
Cardiac pacemakers will soon be as tiny as a grain of rice
Dying to Get Out of Russia
Why Russian women are less likely to commit suicide than their male counterparts, who are the most self-destructive people on Earth
Obama Promises 'Costs' for Russian Military Incursion in Crimea
Men in unmarked green uniforms patrol the airports in the Ukrainian region
Belting Out a Revolution in Kiev
Inspiring the protesters in Ukraine is Ruslana, a 40-year-old Eurovision song contest winner
The Carnivorous Habits of Humans Are Endangering the Planet
Humanity’s meat market has more than quadrupled since 1961.
The Cheeseburger That Ate The Earth
The carnivorous habits of humans are endangering the planet
Up in Smoke
Nicotine isn’t the most addictive drug in cigarettes