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The discovery of a strange virus living in a hot, acidic lake may hold the answer to the evolution of DNA as today's most common genetic molecule.
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Scientists discover the switch that turns on the aging process.
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In the northern hemisphere, it's getting to be grilling season again. Before you get too excited, though, there are a few things you should know.