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Scientists: Climate-whipped winds pose Great Lakes hazards

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<p>TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. &mdash; Powerful gusts linked to global warming are damaging water quality and creating a hazard for fish in Lake Erie and...

CT governor gets second shot, UNH starts genomic sequencing

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Developments in the coronavirus outbreak across New England: CONNECTICUT ...

Philly to dim lights to make it safer for birds in flight

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The lights of Philadelphia might not shine as bright in the coming weeks as a coalition in the City of Brotherly Love tries to...

UN says Ebola in Guinea may be linked to 2014 outbreak

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GENEVA — A top official at the World Health Organization said that a genetic analysis of the ongoing Ebola outbreak in Guinea suggests it...

NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn’t happen this week

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A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the week. None of these are legit, even though...

Austria targets hard-hit area with shots to battle variant

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<p>BERLIN &mdash; Austria is embarking on an ambitious drive to inoculate residents of a district that has been particularly hard-hit by the virus variant...

A year on, WHO still struggling to manage pandemic response

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GENEVA — When the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a pandemic one year ago Thursday, it did so only after weeks of resisting...

Austria targets hard-hit area with shots to battle variant

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BERLIN — Austria is embarking on an ambitious drive to inoculate residents of a district that has been particularly hard-hit by the virus variant...

Review: Take a ride into the greatest frontier in science

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<p>“The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing and the Future of the Human Race,” by Walter Isaacson (Simon &amp; Schuster)</p> ...

Warming oceans mean smaller baby sharks struggle to survive

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<p>PORTLAND, Maine &mdash; The warming of worldwide oceans from climate change means baby sharks are at risk of being born smaller and without the...