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d one-fifth of Europe's population, where iodized salt is rare, is iodine deficient, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).4

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Even the most peaceful group feels electric with communicative action. There's continuous eye contact, touching, trunk and ear movements to which others attend and respond. Elephants engage in low-frequency vocalisation, most of which you can't

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And, as with so many government coups and policies of questionable morality found in Latin America, we find the hand of the US government. The National Catholic Register reported on Tuesday that the US Agency for International Development the US's p

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Obviously enough, it is the true story of the relationship between a dominant female African elephant and the author himself. Just briefly, a small, displaced herd of elephants had become very aggressive and dangerous to the local native villagers, a

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As far as being intelligent, back in the 1990s, pigs were literally trained to use their snouts to manipulate a cursor on a video screen to distinguish between known scribbles and new ones. Plus, they performed this task just as fast as chimpanzees.

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"We went out of the laboratory, into the field ?" real-life field tests," says Stamets. "And we saw enormous benefit to the bees." So what's going on here? Stamets says the operating hypothesis is this: "These aren't really antiv

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What we are going to look at in this chapter is a new concept in oxygen therapy, or what might be called oxygen manipulation; treatments that would alternate between oxygen deprivation and maximum oxygen saturation to stimulate the immune system, sp

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