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  1. 'Flesh-Eating' Bacteria May Be Spreading to Beaches Once Thought Off-Limits. Here's Why.
    "Flesh-eating" bacteria that live in the ocean may be spreading to previously unaffected beach waters thanks to climate change, according to a new report.
  2. The Plastic We 'Recycle' Is Actually Horrible for the Environment
    When you drop your plastic waste into the recycling bin, where does it go?
  3. Terrifying 'Fly-Pocalypse' Descends Upon Russian Village
    Swarms worthy of a horror movie may have emerged from illegal fertilizer.
  4. Neolithic People Made Fake Islands More Than 5,600 Years Ago
    Hundreds of tiny islands around Scotland didn't arise naturally. They're fakes that were constructed out of boulders, clay and timbers by Neolithic people about 5,600 years ago, a new study finds.
  5. Most of the World to Face Record-High Temperatures Every Year Without Serious Climate Action
    About 60% of the world will face record-high temperatures every year for the next 100 years if we don't tackle climate change now, a new study suggests.
  6. Icy Martian Clouds Are Formed from the 'Smoke' of Dead Meteors, Study Claims
    The wispy, blue ice clouds of Mars are actually made of pulverized meteors, a new study claims.
  7. Woman Who Requested Mariah Carey Cake Got Marie Curie Instead
    The birthday girl was probably feeling emotions when she saw what the baker had done.
  8. Pea Burgers Taste Fantastic. They Can Also Help Save the Planet. (Op-Ed)
    I ate a burger last night and it surprised me. It was delicious. So what was surprising? It was made from peas.
  9. Did Van Gogh Shoot Himself? Auction of Pistol Reignites Debate.
    Did Van Gogh commit suicide, or was he shot by someone else?
  10. Baby Pterosaurs Could Fly. So, Did They Need Their Parents?
    Newly hatched pterosaurs may have been more independent than once thought.
  11. Why Do Skulls Have So Many Bones? (It's Loads More Than You Think)
    Why are there so many bones in animal skulls, and which animals have the most?
  12. Scientists Develop New Laser That Can Find and Destroy Cancer Cells in the Blood
    This technology can screen the blood from above the skin.
  13. What Happens If You Don't Take Out a Splinter?
    It can be a freeing feeling to shuck off your shoes and walk outside barefoot...until you get a splinter.
  14. The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
    Here are the most interesting, amazing and unusual things that happened in the world of science this week. A recap of Live Science's best.
  15. Amazing Images: The Best Science Photos of the Week
    Here are the stories behind the most amazing images in the world of science this week. A recap of the coolest photos featured on Live Science.
  16. Volcano's Shadow Forms an Eerie, Perfect Triangle
    The shadow's pointy tip is a matter of perspective.
  17. Multiple Sclerosis: Symptoms, Management & New Research
    Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a potentially incapacitating disease that poses unpredictable challenges, but does not signal a shorter lifespan.
  18. 'Poop Transplants' Can Transmit Deadly Superbugs, FDA Warns
    The FDA is warning that these transplants may come with a risk of spreading superbugs.
  19. Biden Promises to 'Cure Cancer' If Elected. Here's Why That's Laughable.
    Biden's promise may be easier said than done, according to experts.
  20. The Carnivorous Plant Named 'Turtle Socks' Has Been Eating Baby Salamanders for Lunch
    These carnivorous Canadian plants don't just eat bugs — they eat vertebrates, too.
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