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Shorter Men Might Live Longer Than Taller Counterparts

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A team of scientists in Hawaii who have been conducting an aging study for nearly 50 years say shorter men live longer than taller men. Video provided by Newsy


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Radio Netherlands (Sep. 29, 2011) — A recent study by the Dutch national school exam board has revealed that Dutch children know very little about biology. One of the reasons, believe experts, is that biology classes for Dutch students are 25% shorter than a decade ago.
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Second 18-Foot Python in a Year Found in Florida

Second 18-Foot Python in a Year Found in Florida

Newsy (Feb. 5, 2014) — The Burmese python was measured at 18-feet 2-inches long, six inches shorter than the state record. Video provided by Newsy
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How High-Fiber Diets Could Help Heart Attack Survivors

How High-Fiber Diets Could Help Heart Attack Survivors

Newsy (Apr. 30, 2014) — A new study shows heart attack victims who eat a high-fiber diet might actually live longer because of it. Video provided by Newsy
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United Against Soil Erosion: German Farmers in Georgia

United Against Soil Erosion: German Farmers in Georgia

Deutsche Welle (Nov. 4, 2012) — Less rainfall due to climate change and strong mountain winds are causing serious soil erosion in Georgia. The ongoing effects of overforestation and overgrazing during the Soviet era are exacerbating the problem. Even though Georgia's soil is richer in minerals than Germany's, soil erosion has reduced harvests there by up to 40 percent. Now German farmers are providing tips to their Georgian counterparts to help them slow down soil erosion.
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