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OSIRIS Sends Latest Images of Dust and Gases Released From Comet 67P

OSIRIS Sends Latest Images of Dust and Gases Released From Comet 67P

Images taken by Rosetta's optical Spectroscopic, and Infrared remote Imaging system (OSIRIS) on September 20 showed that the comet released large amounts of dust and gases into space.

Alan Eustace creates New World Record for High-Altitude Skydiving

Alan Eustace creates New World Record for High-Altitude Skydiving

The New York Times has reported that Senior VP at Search Engine Google, Alan Eustace created a new world record for a parachute jump on Friday.

Stores Hit by Sandy get Assistance from Improvement Program

Stores Hit by Sandy get Assistance from Improvement Program

It has been reported that businesses in Coney Island that were affected by the Superstorm Sandy are getting assistance from a new program offered by the city.

Government Plan not Strong Enough to Prevent Decline of Great Barrier Reef

Government Plan not Strong Enough to Prevent Decline of Great Barrier Reef

An Australian government draft plan does not have all the required steps to protect the Great Barrier Reef, claimed Australia's Academy of Science.

Colder winters may be witnessed across UK, Europe in coming decades

Colder winters may be witnessed across UK, Europe in coming decades

According to a new study, in the coming decades Britain will witness twice as severe winters as it usually does.

Circulation of the ocean plays an important role in regulating planet's climate: Study

Circulation of the ocean plays an important role in regulating planet's climate:

A new research led by the scientists at Rutgers University in the US has provided scientists a deeper understanding of the mechanisms of current climate change.

Two Prairie Butterflies Gain Protection under Endangered Species Act

Two Prairie Butterflies Gain Protection under Endangered Species Act

On Thursday, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced that it has included two prairie butterflies in the list of endangered species under the Endangered Species Act.

Europeans remained lactose intolerant well after adopting cheese-making: study

Europeans remained lactose intolerant well after adopting cheese-making: study

Ancient Europeans remained intolerant to lactose nearly 5,000 years after they started keeping cattle and goats for milk production and adopted cheese-making, according to a new study.

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Heavy Milk Consumption could be Harmful for Women: Study

A study conducted by Swedish researchers has found that women who drink three or more glasses of milk per day could face twice the risk of death and heart disease. According to the study, those women who consumed milk heavily had about 44% increased risk of cancer, as compared to women who drink one or less glass of milk.

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