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Reference Crystal healing is an alternative medicine technique that employs crystals and other stones as conduits for natural healing energy.
Nutria, also known as coypu or swamp rats, are large rodents that wreak havoc on their non-native ecosystems.
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Measles is making a comeback. Here's what you should know about one of the most contagious infectious diseases in the world.
Do your fingers turn white and blue when you are cold or stressed out? It might indicate Raynaud's disease.
Fried rice syndrome is a type of food poisoning named for the food its most commonly associated with.
These synthetic chemicals have been included in numerous household products for more than eight decades, but are they safe?
Watching more than 2 million wildebeest and other migrating mammals travel hundreds of miles is one of the many spectacular natural events that occur in the Maasai Mara National Reserve.
Parabens can be found in a wide variety of cosmetics, foods, beverages and pharmaceuticals — but are they bad for you?
Genetic modification purposefully alters the genetic makeup of organisms through controlled breeding or via genetic engineering technologies such as CRISPR.
Glaciers, icebergs and sea ice, oh, my — exploring the different types of ice found on planet Earth.
X-ray spectroscopy is used in many areas of science, medicine and technology, to better understand the characteristics of a material at the atomic level.