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Public will see 125 million-year-old dinosaur tracks

John Hollenhorst  |  posted Aug 19th - 11:59pm
The public will soon have a chance to see an extraordinary set of footprints left behind by dinosaurs 125 million years ago.
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‘Dragon’ pterosaur was toothless, dominated skies

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Aug 19th - 12:45pm
With a name that comes from the Persian word for "dragon," the azhdarchidan pterosaur didn't need any teeth to control ancient skies, according to a new study.
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The down (and dangerous) side to getting a tattoo

Suzanne Carlile, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Aug 18th - 8:38pm
There's no doubt body art has become increasingly popular over the years — but just because something is popular doesn't mean it's not dangerous. You could become the proud owner of a great looking tattoo and a lifetime of health issues.
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Utah company raises over $83K in 9 hours for Bluetooth padlock

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Aug 18th - 7:33pm
For anyone who has struggled to remember their padlock combination or find the key, two Utah men have created a solution that raised over $83,000 in nine hours of fundraising.
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Image overload: Help us sort it all out, NASA requests

Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN  |  posted Aug 18th - 7:31pm
NASA is asking for your help. No, you do not get to go to space.
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Kids' brains reorganize when learning math skills

Lauran Neergaard, Associated Press  |  posted Aug 18th - 10:46am
Sometime in elementary school, you quit counting your fingers and just know the answer. Now scientists have put youngsters into brain scanners to find out why, and watched how the brain reorganizes itself as kids learn math.
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Antibiotics may mess with your baby's metabolism

Jacque Wilson and Val Willmingham, CNN  |  posted Aug 18th - 8:49am
If young mice are given antibiotics early in life, they have a greater chance of becoming obese, a new study out of NYU Langone Medical Center found.
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Crews working hard to contain West Nile virus

Wendy Leonard  |  posted Aug 14th - 4:01pm
Mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus have been identified in at least seven counties across Utah, five of which are the most populated counties in the state.
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Video shows ‘how the sun sees you,’ reveals unseen damage

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Aug 14th - 3:00pm
When you look at your face in the mirror, there is likely sun damage lurking under the surface that you can't see.
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Twitter reviewing policies after Robin Williams' daughter harassed

Doug Gross, CNN  |  posted Aug 14th - 10:58am
Twitter is looking to revamp its user-protection policies after Zelda Williams, the daughter of comedian Robin Williams, was run off of the social site by abuse in the wake of her father's apparent suicide.
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Documentary shines light on the medically undiagnosed

Sandra Olney  |  posted Aug 13th - 8:19pm
Millions of people wander the country and the world each year in search of a diagnosis for an illness or a condition that doctors have not been able to give a name to or offer treatment for. A new documentary sheds light on their plight.
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