Cutting Carbon Pollution Quickly Would Save Millions of Lives, Study Finds
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Cutting Carbon Pollution Quickly Would Save Millions of Lives, Study Finds

Research shows that cutting carbon pollution would save millions of lives. Zoomen this image to toggle caption Matt Young/AP Matt Young/AP A new
Three Americans create enough carbon emissions to kill one person, study finds
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Three Americans create enough carbon emissions to kill one person, study finds

According to the first analysis of carbon emissions, the average American's lifestyle will cause enough global warming emissions to kill one person.
25 Splurge-Worthy Finds From The Nordstrom Anniversary Sale
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25 Splurge-Worthy Finds From The Nordstrom Anniversary Sale

Nordstrom Promising review: My dad is a coffee reheater. He retorts the same cup throughout the day and sometimes forgets to heat it in the microwave
People With Mental Health Disorders Nearly Twice As Likely To Die From Covid, Study Finds
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People With Mental Health Disorders Nearly Twice As Likely To Die From Covid, Study Finds

Topline New research released Tuesday shows that patients with mental disorders are nearly twice as likely to die of Covid-19 than those without.
People shielding were eight times more likely to get Covid, study finds
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People shielding were eight times more likely to get Covid, study finds

A study found that people who were advised to protect themselves during the pandemic's first wave were eight times more likely than others to
The Gift of Fire Lit The Flame of Knowledge Transfer 400,000 Years Ago, Study Finds
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The Gift of Fire Lit The Flame of Knowledge Transfer 400,000 Years Ago, Study Finds

Scientists believe that the ability to control a wild fire to heat food, cook, heat the camp and keep predators away was discovered by early humans.
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Hubble finds evidence of water vapor on Jupiter's largest moon

Scientists discovered water vapor for the first time on Ganymede (Jupiter's largest moon). To find the vapor, scientists used archival and new data
Zhurong Finds its Own Parachute on the Surface of Mars
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Zhurong Finds its Own Parachute on the Surface of Mars

China's Mars rover Zhurong had traveled 585 m across Mars' surface as of July 23, 2021. It also took pictures of many interesting sights along the
Covid-19 Delta Variant More Easily Infects the Fully Vaccinated, Israel Finds
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Covid-19 Delta Variant More Easily Infects the Fully Vaccinated, Israel Finds

A covid-19 vaccine dose is placed on a table at Hillel Yoffe Medical Center, in a photo taken December 20, 2019, in Hadera (Israel Photo: Amir Levy (
Lottery-based incentives do not increase COVID-19 vaccination rates, study finds
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Lottery-based incentives do not increase COVID-19 vaccination rates, study finds

If you had the chance to win cash or prizes in a lottery, would you be more likely to get vaccinated against COVID-19? According to researchers at