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    Physical Sciences Notes

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    Hot, Hotter, Hot: Climate seesawed during dinosaur age

    Dinosaurs, too, endured climate change. Although scientists had speculated that the world some 120 million years ago was unvaryingly hot, climate fluctuated dramatically, a new report argues. Twice during a 250,000-year period in the reign of the dinosaurs, tropical sea-surface temperatures varied by 6°C, the findings suggest. That's twice as much variability as is known to have occurred at any...
    10/04/2006 - 10:25 Earth
  • Food for Thought

    When Kids Eat Out

    Adolescents are increasingly dining out on fried foods, a new study finds, and the older they are the more frequently they do so. Those trends may portend hefty risks down the line, the authors argue, because the youngsters who ate out most often were generally the heaviest kids and they gained the most weight over the course of a year.These are worrisome prospects in this nation, where obesity...
    10/05/2005 - 15:31 Nutrition
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    Science News of the Year 2003

    Fighting off the virusesA couple of decades ago, if someone had asked whether you'd heard about "that new virus," you'd have know that they were concerned about a health threat. This year, you'd have needed to ask, "Medical or computer?" On both viral fronts, 2003 was eventful. A new viral disease emerged in China, and travelers spread it around the globe. A series of novel viruses and other...
    12/16/2003 - 12:27 Humans & Society
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    Science News of the Year 2003

    Fighting off the virusesA couple of decades ago, if someone had asked whether you'd heard about "that new virus," you'd have know that they were concerned about a health threat. This year, you'd have needed to ask, "Medical or computer?" On both viral fronts, 2003 was eventful. A new viral disease emerged in China, and travelers spread it around the globe. A series of novel viruses and other...
    12/16/2003 - 12:27 Humans & Society