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New discovery could hold key to HIV cure

By Julie Borg
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Health | Since researchers first identified AIDS in the early 1980s, 35 million people around the world have died of the disease, according to the World Health…

Wise men avoid sneezing camels

By Julie Borg
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Health | If the Magi made their famous trip today, they would be wise to avoid sneezing camels. Scientists already knew the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)

Rudolph the mosquito-bitten reindeer and climate change

By Julie Borg
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Climate Change | Santa’s reindeer may be in big global warming trouble if the predictions of researchers at Dartmouth’s Institute of Arctic Studies prove true. According…

Will uterus transplants eventually violate all natural boundaries?

Will uterus transplants eventually violate all natural boundaries?

By D. Joy Riley
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Medicine | The Cleveland Clinic this month announced it would begin a clinical trial of uterus transplants—taking uteri from dead women and transplanting them into…

Tuned in one direction

By Joel Belz
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Science | Climate change activists refuse to forecast anything but doom

Marriage matters

Marriage matters

By Julie Borg
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Science | A happy marriage may improve your health

Visiting the Perot Museum of Nature and Science

By Marvin Olasky
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Evolution | I’ve been checking out some Darwin-worshipping museums. The latest issue of WORLD Magazine contains a look at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, and our…

Just-so Houston

By Marvin Olasky
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Evolution | Another natural history museum spotlights unnatural events

Mind benders?

Mind benders?

By Julie Borg
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Science | Study examines whether belief in God can be magnetically manipulated

Will new scientific research create human mice?

By Julie Borg
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Science | Every 12 minutes doctors add a new name to the list of 123,000 people in the United States waiting for an organ transplant. Of those, 6,500 will die each year…

Nobel winners relied on inference of design for DNA repair discovery

By Dick Peterson
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Intelligent Design | The three scientists who won this year’s Nobel Prize for chemistry didn’t rely on intelligent design for their discovery of DNA repair mechanisms. But…

India moves to ban surrogacy for foreign couples

By Courtney Crandell
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Family | The Indian government released an official letter to fertility clinics last week that bans them from contracting surrogates to foreigners. Though the Bombay…

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