World Science: Drug tied to longer, healthy lives in mice
- May 26, 2013 Expand MessagesView Source* Already-approved drug tied to longer,
healthy lives in mice:
The first drug to successfully extend the lifespan
of normal lab mice also does so in a way that
prolongs their healthy existence, a study
* Overeating may be learned in infancy:
Some simple parenting practices may substantially
reduce a child's risk of obesity, researchers say.
* Hurricanes are part of forecast -- for Saturn
Titan might be in for wild weather and some of its
first known waves.
* Allosaurus ate more like a falcon, T. rex more
like a croc, study finds:
Seemingly similar dinosaurs may have had quite
different feeding styles.
* Mammoths may have died after impact from
Tiny balls of carbon hint at a disaster that melted
rock and affected at least four continents,
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