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Health & Science: Science News, Health News, Scientific Developments, Healthcare & Nutrition - The Washington Post 

New study suggests that any kind of dinosaur could have feathers, not just birds

It’s possible that all dinosaurs had feathers. Scientists previously believed that only avian dinosaurs — that is, the direct ancestors of our modern birds — sported feathers along with their scales. But the discovery of fossilized feathers on a newly identified dinosaur far removed from the bird lineage means that feathers likely were more widespread in the dinosaur world. Read full article >

The Guardian (U.K.) 

Piggybacking cells hold clue to cancer growth and treatment for melanoma

Discovery of how slow but invasive cells hitch ride on fast growing cells could help create a new drug to tackle skin cancer Continue reading...

NHS (U.K.) 

Deadly MERS 'camel flu' may now be airborne

“Deadly Mers virus 'could now be airborne',” The Independent reports. The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus, which has an estimated case fatality rate of 30%, has been detected in an air sample in a camel barn in Saudi Arabia. This raises the possibility the virus could be spread through the air in the same way as flu. MERS emerged in 2012 and can be extremely serious, leading to

FOXNews.com - Health 

100,000-year-old case of brain damage discovered

An ancient skeleton unearthed in Israel may contain the oldest evidence of brain damage in a modern human.

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