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Scientists unearth ‘ghost fossils’ of plankton dating back more than 180 million years
The fossils are microscopic imprints, or 'ghosts', of single-celled plants called coccolithophores.
Neighbors want ‘nightmare’ rooster that crows every day at 4 am to cluck off
“It’s very hard to concentrate and sound professional when it sounds like your office is in farm."
Study: Women’s body clocks could hold key to preventing premature births
Maternal circadian rhythms govern the unborn baby's biological clock - before it starts ticking on its own.
Air pollution increases risk of potentially deadly irregular heartbeat
Earlier this week an international team reported that air pollution killed almost 6.7 million people across the world in 2019...
Mom may lose both legs due to tiny insect bites from 13 years ago
"I literally had four tiny bites on my leg, just like pinholes."