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Can Dogs Sense PTSD?

Can Dogs Sense PTSD?

It’s safe to say that dogs are pretty incredible. According to a survey done by the American Veterinary Medical Association, there were around seventy-seven million dogs in American households at the end of 2016. To quote a cliché, dogs are “man’s best friend” and for...

What Kind of Targets Are Ideal for Rifle Shooting?

No matter what kind of gun you own, chances are you’ll want to head to a range for target practice sooner or later. There are countless types of targets to help you hone your aim with on the market, and many targets are fit for rifle shooting as well as shotgun...

Seismic Activity Detected on Mars

We've been studying Mars for decades, first through telescopes from Earth and then through data sent back by a series of rovers. As our closest galactic neighbor, the red planet could hold secrets to the formation of our little blue dot. Until the InSight lander...

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The butterflies we may never see again in Britain

If you want to catch sight of many of Britain's butterflies, you'll need to be quick.A report by Butterfly Conservation warns that 24 of 58 species may soon disappear from our shores.Five more species are threatened with dying out than when the charity last compiled a...

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The meat and dairy farmers who are going vegan

Laurence Candy is not only giving up farming animals, he is looking to get vegan accreditationIt was after Laurence Candy lost most of his diary herd to bovine tuberculosis that he decided he would no longer send animals to the slaughterhouse."It made me wonder if we...

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Boeing capsule lands back on Earth after space shakedown

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Boeing’s crew taxi returned to Earth from the International Space Station on Wednesday, completing a repeat test flight before NASA astronauts climb aboard.It was a quick trip back: The Starliner capsule parachuted into the New Mexico...

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Boeing Starliner ends test flight with pinpoint landing

In a busy day for America's space industry, SpaceX launched 59 small payloads aboard a Falcon 9 rocket Wednesday just one minute before Boeing's Starliner crew capsule undocked from the International Space Station and flew itself to a picture-perfect landing in New...

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An ocean first: Underwater drone tracks CO2 in Alaska gulf

SEWARD, Alaska (AP) — In the cold, choppy waters of Alaska’s Resurrection Bay, all eyes were on the gray water, looking for one thing only.It wasn’t a spout from humpback whales that power through this scenic fjord, or a sea otter lazing on its back, munching a king...

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Scientists will set 1,000 traps for murder hornets this year

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Scientists will set about 1,000 traps this year in their quest to wipe out the Asian giant hornet in Washington, the state Department of Agriculture said Tuesday.Scientists believe the hornets, first detected in the Pacific Northwest state in...

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Forecasters predict a very active hurricane season

Forecasters predict another very active hurricane season this year.This is because for a second consecutive winter weather patterns will be heavily influenced by a natural phenomenon known as La Niña.Scientists from NOAA, the US weather service, have released the...

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