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“Bigger than landing on the moon” – paralyzed man walks after new surgery

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A formerly paralyzed man is walking again, in the first-ever case of recovery from complete paralysis. Continue reading

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Government Backs TV Adverts To Promote Healthier Eating

In search for healthier food: scientists get more salt taste from less salt

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Researchers are finding new ways to trick the taste buds in order to produce healthier food. Continue reading

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Second Ebola diagnosis shows danger for health workers

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The second diagnosis of Ebola in the U.S. has raised concerns about how to keep health workers safe while treating sick patients in hospitals. Continue reading

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35,000 walruses gather in Alaska due to climate change

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A gathering of 35,000 walruses on the Alaskan shore earlier this month was a dramatic glimpse at the effects of climate change. Continue reading

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CDC racing to stop Ebola

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is working to contain the Ebola virus in West Africa and prevent further deaths. Continue reading

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