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Researchers at Emory University, led by Dr. Warren Jones, studied eye movements in babies from birth to three years of age.
A slow-moving ice storm is causing headaches in much of central Kansas, knocking out power to hundreds of customers and sending vehicles off highways. At least one traffic death is blamed on the ice.
In one part of the world, bat populations are thriving due to the fact that they perform oral sex on one another – a behavior widely thought to be almost exclusively human in nature.
The warmer weather means ticks are getting hungry, so check yourself or your family members if you’re spending a lot of time outside.
The sheepnose and spectaclecase mussels will be protected following an agreement reached last summer between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Washington, Center for Biological Diversity.