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Researchers develop tattle-tale pills for medication compliance

Researchers develop tattle-tale pills for medication compliance

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Science | Did Grandma remember to take her pills today? Is she playing hooky from her daily walk? Grandma’s doctor may soon get all that information and more simply…

A decade after Dover

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Science | Courtroom loss has not stopped the advancement of intelligent design

Scientists urge jail time for those who question climate change

Scientists urge jail time for those who question climate change

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Science | The government should march off to jail scientists and others who don’t support man-made global warming theories, according to 20 climate scientists from…

Disabled face steep benefit cuts as federal program runs out of cash

Disabled face steep benefit cuts as federal program runs out of cash

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Government | The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program will run dry in 2016 and 14 million disabled Americans could face a benefit cut of nearly 20 percent,

Researchers resurrect debate over ‘Jesus wife’ papyrus

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Religion | Once again experts have resurrected the debate over the authenticity of an ancient scrap of papyrus with writing that suggests Jesus may have been married.

Hidden dangers

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Science | New research may help screen for toxic chemicals in everyday products

Not for everyone

Not for everyone

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Science | Risks may outweigh benefits of statin use for some

Is that medical treatment really effective?

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Health | Physicians prescribe medications and treatments to their patients based on research results that say those methods work. And patients follow their doctors’

New paper could solve developing world’s unsafe water crisis

New paper could solve developing world’s unsafe water crisis

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Science | More than 660 million people around the world lack access to clean drinking water. Contaminated water is linked to the transmission of diseases like cholera,

Supplemental diet

Supplemental diet

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Science | Research suggests men struggle with eating disorders, too

Ebola survivors still struggling to live

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Ebola Virus | The West African Ebola outbreak that began in 2014 has afflicted about 27,000 people so far and has claimed the lives of more than 11,000 of its victims. The…

Criminal care

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Science | Detroit oncologist built empire on his crimes

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