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Arctic Facing Increased Ice Melting due to High Temperature
Subaru Gets Permission to Test Self-Driving Vehicles in California
NASA Announces Project for Drilling on Europa’s Crust
Japanese Scientists Create Robotic Bees for Better Pollination
NASA spacecraft spots building blocks of life on Ceres

Further boosting scientists’ interest in Ceres, U.S. space agency NASA’s Dawn spacecraft has for the first time spotted organic molecules, the carbon-containing building blocks of life, on the dwarf planet.

Vitamin D supplements protect against respiratory infections: study

Vitamin D supplements help in reducing the risk of developing acute respiratory infections, particularly among vitamin D-deficient people, according to a new study.

NASA to study risks & costs of flying crew on first flight of big rocket

NASA will study the risks and costs of sending astronauts on the first flight of a gigantic new rocket that is being built to explore deep space, the space agency’s acting administrator Robert Lightfoot announced.

Rare disease claims one life in Bronx area

An extremely rare and potentially lethal bacteria spread by rat urine has killed at least one person in the Bronx area and left two others struggling for their lives, the city's health officials have confirmed.

Health insurer Humana to leave Obamacare marketplaces in 2018

Amid Republicans’ push to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), health insurer Humana Inc. has declared that it will stop selling health insurance plans under Obamacare sometime next year.

Scientists should be able to edit humans’ DNA: panel says

U.S. government should allow scientists to alter people’s DNA to prevent serious and strongly heritable disorder and diseases, the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Medicine recommended.