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Image Release: High-Def Radar Images of Near-Earth Asteroid

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A team of astronomers using the NSF's Green Bank Telescope (GBT) in West Virginia and NASA's Deep Space Network radar transmitter at Goldstone, California, has made the most detailed radar images yet of asteroid 2004 BL86.

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Winners and Losers for Super Bowl Menus

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UCLA Is Only West Coast Medical Center to Offer Pioneering Surgery for Phrenic Nerve Damage

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A pioneering surgery may help people suffering from a frustrating breathing condition in which the damaged phrenic nerve prevents the diaphragm from getting the message to breathe.

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Added Sugars Just Add to Your Risk of Dying From Heart Disease. Available Expert Dr. Rachel Johnson

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"Rock-N-Omics" Professor at NSU Releases 2015 Economic Forecast Video

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Fight Fat with Favorable Feedback, Not Fear

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Is it better to tell people about the harms of certain health decisions or about the benefits of positive health related decisions? That depends on who you are talking to, according to recent research by the Cornell Food & Brand Lab. Published in the journal Nutrition Reviews, the paper finds that the type of health messaging that is most effective might vary depending on certain characteristics of the target audience.

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New Deep-Brain Imaging Reveals Separate Functions for Nearly Identical Neurons

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New deep-brain imaging shows activity of individual, genetically similar neurons to particular behaviors of mice. Scientists watched as one neuron was activated when a mouse searched for food while a nearly identical neuron next to it remained inactive until the mouse began eating.

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Top Five Reasons You Need Fat in Your Diet

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IFT Past President Roger Clemens, DrPh, CFS, explains why it’s important to incorporate fats in our diets in this IFT Food Facts video. Dr. Clemens emphasizes needing a balance of fats and exercise to help our body function at its highest level and reduce the risk of diseases such as cardiovascular disease.