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Emergency C-Section Baby Gorilla Learning to Crawl and Eat by Herself

Emergency C-Section Baby Gorilla Learning to Crawl and Eat by Herself

As time is passing, a baby gorilla named Joanne, born through emergency caesarean section, is getting better and active. Five months old Joanne is now seen mixing with rest of the group.

Compared to Whites, American-African Women Get Less Breastfeeding Support

Compared to Whites, American-African Women Get Less Breastfeeding Support

In comparison to white women, African-American women receive less support for breastfeeding, finds a new study by US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Two Mite Species Crawl on Our Face

Two Mite Species Crawl on Our Face

A novel research has come up with an interesting finding that thousands of tiny mites crawl on human face.

Researchers find Surprising Levels of Ozone Pollution in Colorado Mountains

Researchers find Surprising Levels of Ozone Pollution in Colorado Mountains

Scientists from the National Center for Atmospheric Research have conducted an intense examination of pollution along the populated northern Front Range.

Toxic Green Algae Blooms in San Joaquin County Waterways

Toxic Green Algae Blooms in San Joaquin County Waterways

According to the health officials, the green and smelly algae that bloom in the Delta waterways are now considered to be toxic.

Pot Industry in US Growing at a Tremendous Speed: Report

Pot Industry in US Growing at a Tremendous Speed: Report

The huge marijuana business expo held near Seattle shows that the pot industry in America is growing at a fast pace, informed industry experts.

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