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

For rare species, the future is in the freezer as zoos manage a conservation effort

She’s not just another girl with a pretty face living in the District’s outermost exurbs.Amani, an eye-catching cheetah feline, has a proud name that means aspiration and a strong family line that traces to Namibia and South Africa. Her rich genes make her one of the most important individuals in her small community just outside Front Royal, Va. Unlike people who pay up to $2,000 for ancestra

The Guardian (U.K.) 

'Extreme solar storm' could have pulled the plug on Earth

Satellites, power and water supplies would have been hit if billion-ton plasma cloud had erupted from sun a week earlier Continue reading...

NHS (U.K.) 

Study links shift work to increased risk of diabetes

“Type 2 diabetes is more common in people who work shifts, a large international study suggests,” BBC News reports. The BBC reports on a review that searched the literature and found 12 studies including more than 225,000 people which looked at the link between shift work and diabetes.When pooling the results the researchers found that overall, shift work was associated with a 9% increased

FOXNews.com - Health 

Ebola virus kills senior doctor in Liberia

A health official says a senior doctor working at Liberia's largest hospital has died of Ebola.

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