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By adding an antibody to HIV treatment, researchers send virus into 'sustained remission' in monkeys

Scientists may have found a way for patients with HIV to keep the virus in check without having to take powerful drugs every day. But despit...


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Plant-eating dinosaurs may have dined on crustaceans on special occasions, study says

Think dinosaurs didn’t mix things up at mealtime? Think again. Researchers studying fossilized dinosaur feces from about 75 million years ag...

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›  Disgraced ex-Patriots player Aaron Hernandez found to have CTE and early brain atrophy

Environment

How ‘Goldilocks fires’ can give rise to vibrant bird communities years after a forest blaze

California has a complicated relationship with wildfires.

›  How a tax on carbon has divided Northwest climate activists
›  Human-caused warming doubled how much of the West has burned since 1984
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Health and Medicine

With CRISPR, scientists correct genetic mutation that causes sickle cell disease

The promise of a revolutionary gene-editing technology is beginning to be realized in experiments aimed at curing sickle cell disease.

›  The most sought-after drug in the Ebola crisis failed to prove it helped patients
›  World health officials want super-size tax on soda and sugary drinks, but are countries ready to swallow that?

Highlights

Scientists engineer proteins that caused obese animals to lose weight and lower cholesterol
 
     

As the U.S. obesity rate has galloped toward 40%, doctors, drug designers and dispirited dieters have all wondered the same thing: What if a...

›  Coal country is finding little relief in Trump's climate actions
›  With cancer, it's not necessarily where it starts but how it starts
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