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In 1967, researchers saw the light in jaundice treatment

Researchers discovered how to use light to treat babies with jaundice 50 years ago. But questions remain about the technique's effectiveness in some cases. Read More

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Facial recognition changes a wasp's brain

A new study maps genes at play in a paper wasp's brain during facial recognition. Read More


How bearded dragons switch their sex

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