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Bone regulators, proteins involved in the breaking down of bones, moonlight as fever inducers.
The disappearance of the tiger underscores the plight of a species that may be near extinction.
The president will pledge to cut CO2 emissions by 17 percent from 2005 levels by 2020.
Reducing carbon dioxide emissions could curtail preventable deaths from heart and lung disease.
The unmanned aerial drone surveyed wildfire damage using visible, infrared and thermal filters.
Hundreds of icebergs spread over a sea area of 600 miles by 440 miles are drifting toward New Zealand.
Goals to intensify agriculture may not necessarily return farmland to nature, new survey finds.
A type of pressure treated wood often found in playgrounds is infused with an arsenic preservative.
Salt power could theoretically produce half of the European Union's yearly power production.
Bacteria living on the surface of our skin prevent excessive inflammation after injury.