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Baryogenisis: how matter came to be

One of the greatest mysteries of the Universe, apart from its reason for existing, is the question “How?” : how did we come to be,

The Sun: A Fascinating Star

The nearest star to us, the Sun, is important in many ways. Not only does it help sustain life on Earth, but it also provides

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Defining the disease Melanoma is defined as a type of skin cancer that usually begins in melanocytes (pigment-producing cells). This type of cancer normally occurs

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Salt, Sugar, and Spice Cravings

Why is it that salt, sugar, and spice are so addictive that even the toughest fitness enthusiasts succumb to their cravings? SUPERSTIMULUS Snacks concentrate our

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Hepatitis B – the oldest human virus

Recent studies at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, have found traces of the Hepatitis B virus (HBV) in 4,500-year-old skeletons. HBV is a double-stranded DNA virus that

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What’s with Teens and Sleep?

  It is common knowledge that many students in high school suffer from sleep deprivation. Both academics and extracurricular activities reduce the amount of sleep

Solar Events

We have all heard the hype over the solar eclipse of 2017; the news mentioning it non-stop and people gathering in large groups to see


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