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Ebola: A Crash Course in Fear

Ebola: A Crash Course in Fear
Americans are getting a crash course in fear, which is pushing every anxiety button in our instincts. Yet, they're incredibly less likely to get the disease than to get sick from worrying about it.
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Viewing the Solar Eclipse Safely
A solar eclipse -- when the moon is between Earth and the sun and blocks all or part of the solar disk-- will sweep across most of the U.S. on Thursday, and you definitely want to check it out, safely.
Own Your Own Hoverboard for $10K
Fans of the “Back to the Future” films can relax: the hoverboard is finally here. And just like the "Back to the Future" movies predicted, the hoverboard will be available by 2015.
Frozen Poop Pills Fight Infections
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Ebola Suits Can Keep Wearers Safe
In the heart of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, healthcare workers are sealed head to foot in waterproof suits that have been tested against viral, bacterial and chemical intrusion.
Ebola Pet Threat? CDC Says No
No reports of dog or cat sickness.
Humans May Name Era We Live In
Scientists describe Anthropocene age.
Step to Artificial Hand with Touch
Nerve connections help patients feel.
Nature Trumps Nurture in Academics
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