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After Hubble Repair, New Images From Space

The cosmic postcards are back. Astronomers on Wednesday unveiled new pictures and observations from the Hubble Space Telescope...

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In Tiny 'Tuk,' They Man Climate's Front Line

TUKTOYAKTUK, Northwest Territories (Associated Press) -- Caught between rising seas and land melting beneath their mukluk-shod feet, the villagers of Tuktoyaktuk are doing what anyone would do on this windy Arctic coastline. They're building windmills...

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Borderline Personality Disorder Grows as Healthcare Concern

They have the thinnest skin, the shortest fuses and take the hardest knocks. In psychiatrists' offices, they have long been viewed as among the most challenging patients to treat. They are the kind of people who drive a friend away for interfering and subsequently berate that friend for abandonment...

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Quietest Room in the World Opens Its Doors

The world's "quietest" room opened its doors for the study of nanotechnology in Bristol. The "ultra-low vibration suite," which cost £11 million, allows scientists to manipulate atoms and molecules without the interference of environmental vibrations interrupting their work...

from the Telegraph (UK)

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Liver Cells May Aid Drug-Safety Studies

Potential new drugs sometimes fail because they damage the liver, but the problem may not turn up until companies have embarked on expensive clinical trials--or until the medicine is on the market. Now, three teams of Boston-area scientists are seeking a faster, safer way to screen out drugs with toxic effects, by modeling the human liver in a lab dish...

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How Charities Harness Social Media for a Social Impact

Scott Harrison's new media revolution started by accident. Mr. Harrison is the founder of Charity: Water, a nonprofit dedicated to bringing clean water to impoverished villages in Africa...

from the Christian Science Monitor

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ADHD Brain Chemistry Clue Found

US researchers have pinned down new differences in the brain chemistry of people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). They found ADHD patients lack key proteins which allow them to experience a sense of reward and motivation...

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Hawaii Researchers Explore Previously Unseen Coral

HONOLULU (Associated Press) -- Scientists over the past month explored coral reefs in the remote Northwestern Hawaiian Islands that until recently were considered too deep for scuba divers to reach...

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