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Research team uncovers how the bacterium that causes ulcers travels through the stomach mucus.
Supercluster is bigger than first thought—and its inhabitants are all dead or dying.
Quakes far from tectonic plate boundaries may simply be aftershocks of ancient temblors.
Study suggests female crabs are willing to have sex with nearby males for their protection.
Some 24 percent of men and 9 percent of woman suffer from this sleeping disorder.
Access to information online leads some to skip vaccines, fearing serious side effects.
Regulators from competing government agencies struggle for control over a popular online game.
Rather than be one massive structure, vehicles would run up a cable tethered to a mass in orbit.
Robots would operate autonomously for months on end, providing valuable data on water conditions.
With major climate talks in Copenhagen looming, a UN report tallies Kyoto's achievements.