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2015 Best Year For Existing Home Sales Since 2006

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An unexpected boost in sales of previously owned homes in December wrapped up the best year since 2006.
First Flower Grown In Space

NASA Shows Off First Flower Grown In Space

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NASA astronaut and International Space Station Commander Scott Kelly has shared images of the first flower grown in space: a zinnia that recently came to bloom.
Wins Pritzker Prize

Chilean Low-Cost, Sustainable Housing Architect Wins Pritzker Prize

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The 2016 Pritzker Architecture Prize has been awarded to Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena, who built his career on designing low-cost, sustainable housing with speed and financial efficiency.
400-Million-Year-Old Tropical Forest Found In Norway

Remains Of 400-Million-Year-Old Tropical Forest Found In Norway

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An ancient tropical forest found in Svalbard, a Norwegian archipelago in the Arctic Ocean, may explain one of the most dramatic climatic shifts in Earth's history.
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U.S. Takes Community Approach To Solar Power

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The U.S. national grid could be greener with the advancement of solar power for low- to moderate-income households, the White House said.
Baby's Head Reattached

Baby’s Head Reattached After ‘Internal Decapitation’

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An Australian boy, 16 months old, had the bones between his head and neck successfully re-attached following a car accident.
Fish Oil

Fish Oil May Prevent Schizophrenia, Other Psychotic Disorders

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Fish oil, either by eating a fish or taking a supplement my help to prevent the onset of psychosis and psychotic conditions in teenagers and young adults.
FDA Approved Drug Dramatically Lowers Cholesterol

Drug That Dramatically Lowers Cholesterol Approved by FDA

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The Food and Drug Administration today approved the first of a new class of cholesterol-lowering drugs called proprotein convertase subtilisin kexin type 9, or PCSK9, inhibitors, to treat people who have a genetic, hard-to-treat form of high cholesterol or have specific types of heart disease.
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Austrian Teacher Receives Warning After Killing Rabbits in Front of Class

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An Austrian teacher received heavy criticism from students and parents after killing two rabbits in front of his class as part of a biology lesson this week.