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All Stories by Cassie Martin
Manatees, dolphins and other warm-blooded marine animals can't break down some common pesticides. The newfound reason: Long ago, their genes lost the ability to do so.
Health & Medicine
Surprise! Bones release hormones that carry on long-distance chats with the brain and other organs. Studies in mice show these conversations can affect appetite, how the brain uses energy and more.
Researchers took air samples as they screened movies. What people exhaled were linked to film scenes’ emotional tone, they found.