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  1. North America's Oldest Mummy Sheds Light on Ancient Migrations
    A 10,600-year-old mummy found in Nevada is helping scientists fill in their fuzzy picture of how humans first migrated into the Americas.
  2. Ancient Monkey Transformed into a 'Sloth' When It Arrived in Jamaica
    The extinct Jamaican monkey X. mcgregori mcgregori acted like a sloth and had hardly any teeth. It may have been a seafaring hero.
  3. Hundreds of Tiny Terracotta Warriors Found Guarding 2,100-Year-Old Chinese Site
    They look like a miniaturized version of the Terracotta Army guarding the first emperor of China.
  4. Photos: Mini Terracotta Army Hidden in China Pit
    A 2,100-year-old pit containing chariots and small ceramic sculptures of infantry, cavalry, watchtowers, musicians and servants has been discovered in China.
  5. 'Move More and Sit Less': These Are the New Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans
    After a decade, Americans have new physical activity guidelines to aim for — and officials hope the changes will get more people encouraged to get moving.
  6. Tens of Cat Mummies and 100 Cat Statues Found Near Ancient Egyptian Pyramid
    Ancient Egyptians seem to have been "cat people," or at least cat mummy people.
  7. Purrfect Photos: Cat Mummies and Wooden Cat Statues Discovered at Ancient Egyptian Burial Complex
    Tens of cat mummies and around 100 wooden statues of cats were discovered near a pyramid in Saqqara, Egypt. The area seems to have been used for cat burials thousands of years ago.
  8. Scale of California's Deadly Camp Fire Shown in Satellite Photos
    As wildfires continue to burn in California, new satellite photos show the sheer scale of the deadly Camp Fire that has devastated the state's northern town of Paradise.
  9. Keto, Mediterranean or Vegan: Which Diet Is Best for the Heart?
    How do these three diets stack up against each other when it comes to heart health?
  10. Massive Solar Storm Detonated Hidden American Bombs During the Vietnam War, Navy Records Show
    Researchers digging through naval records uncovered a strange and alarming consequence of a massive 1972 solar storm.
  11. How to Farm During a Zombie Apocalypse
    Groceries stores are gone, and zombies want to eat you. How do you feed yourself and those around you?
  12. Both Bacteria and Viruses Can Cause Pneumonia, But One Is Much Worse for the Heart
    Pneumonia caused by bacterial infections poses a much greater threat to the heart than pneumonia caused by viral infections, a new study suggests.
  13. Ship Traffic in the Now-Open Northwest Passage Endangers Narwhals, Other Unique Animals
    Climate change is shrinking Arctic sea ice and opening the region to ship traffic. Whales, seals and other marine mammals could be at risk unless nations adopt rules to protect them.
  14. These Plant Chemicals Could Help Your Heart's Health
    Drinking a cup of tea or eating a handful of berries a day may help protect against heart disease, a new study suggests.
  15. The 12 Biggest 'Little' Mysteries of Fall — Solved!
    Here are the most intriguing "little" mysteries we've gathered about fall.
  16. Why Late-Night Eating May Hurt Your Heart
    Sometimes the heart wants what it wants. But it's not late-night eating.
  17. Could Consciousness All Come Down to the Way Things Vibrate?
    A resonance theory of consciousness suggests that the way all matter vibrates, and the tendency for those vibrations to sync up, might be a way to answer the so-called 'hard problem' of consciousness.
  18. 10 of the Strangest Medical Studies (in Recent History, That Is)
    Check out some of the strangest medical studies carried out in recent years.
  19. 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.
  20. 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.
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