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Brutus lost his limbs from frostbite, but is walking again using artificial limbs.
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'Punk rocker' frog shape-shifts from smooth to spiky

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Mar 30th - 11:59am
Two researchers were in for a surprise when they captured a frog in Ecuador's western Andean cloud forest.
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An apple a day may not keep the doctor away, study says

Lindsey Tanner, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 30th - 10:10am
An apple a day doesn't necessarily keep the doctor away. That's according to proverb-busting research that found daily apple eaters had just as many doctor visits as those who ate fewer or no apples.
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Science, patients driving rare disease drug research surge

Linda A. Johnson, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 28th - 6:58pm
The global pharmaceutical industry is pouring billions of dollars into developing treatments for rare diseases, which once drew little interest from major drugmakers but now point the way toward a new era of innovative therapies and big profits.
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Supernova's dust could make thousands of Earths, NASA says

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Mar 27th - 11:45am
Dust from supernova explosions survives to serve as "seed material" for new planets, according to a new study.
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Happy eating: Ingredient to a long life, in your cereal bowl

Jen Christensen, CNN  |  posted Mar 27th - 11:21am
There's good news for those of you who wake up to a bowl of cereal every morning, especially if your go-to choice is high in fiber. Hidden in that favorite box may be a prize better than a plastic toy. It just might hold the key to a longer life, according to a new study.
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Critters found in Antarctic ice show how tenacious life is

Luis Andres Henao and Seth Borenstein, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 27th - 11:03am
In a melting ice area of Antarctica scientists found the DNA of a creature that is unique, scary and a little darling.
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3-D printing gives 4-year-old boy new ear

Heather Simonsen  |  posted Mar 27th - 7:55am
Four-year-old Kai Sherwood was born with a birth defect that left him with only one ear. Thanks to the marvel of 3-D printing, and a whole lot of love, Kai has a new ear that looks so life-like no one would ever know.
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Local elementary school students to compete in robotics world championship

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Mar 26th - 9:19pm
Four local elementary school students from North Ogden will compete against children from all over the world in the VEX Robotics World Championship.
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Livestream your life with this new app

Jacque Wilson, CNN  |  posted Mar 26th - 4:04pm
If you haven't yet been asked by friends or co-workers to Meerkat, chances are you will soon.
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Study: Jupiter's journey destroyed 'super-Earths,' laid groundwork for Earth

Jethro Mullen, CNN  |  posted Mar 26th - 10:03am
It turns out that Jupiter may be more than just an enormous ball of gas spinning a few hundred million miles farther out in the solar system.
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Syracuse man develops router with timed filters, on/off Internet control

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Mar 25th - 10:52pm
A Utah man has created a new device that gives parents on/off Internet control on their children's devices.
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