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Costly Private Rooms Save Hospitals Lots of Money
The high cost of building additional single-patient rooms would be more than offset by the financial benefits of ...
November 5, 2015
Global Ocean Makes Saturn’s Moon Wobble
By examining tiny wobbles of Saturn’s moon Enceladus—whose cosmic quavers are detectable only in high-resolution images taken by ...
September 17, 2015
Family Farms Pay Less Money, More Pride
After long hours harvesting forage, managing livestock, and milking cows, family members who work on the family dairy ...
August 29, 2015
Sibling Suns From ‘Star Wars’: More Than Science Fiction?
Sibling suns and the planets around them may be more common than previously believed.
July 20, 2015
Why People Say They Know Made-Up Things
People who think they know a little something about a topic—confident though they may be—commonly and easily claim ...
June 16, 2015
On a Noisy Airplane, Some Foods Taste Different
In noisy situations foods rich in umami flavor get a major boost, but sweet tastes are suppressed.
May 13, 2015
Color Key to Aid Search for Life on Exoplanets
To help find life beyond our solar system, scientists have created a colorful catalog containing reflection signatures of ...
March 21, 2015
Weird Interior of Saturn’s Moon Makes It Wobble
A slight wobble detected in Saturn’s moon Mimas suggests its icy surface is covering either an odd-shaped rocky ...
October 23, 2014
Is the US Southwest Headed for a ‘Megadrought’?
The chance that the southwestern United States will experience a decade-long drought sometime in the next century is ...
August 30, 2014
Why Are Titan’s ‘Plastic’ Dunes Going the Wrong Way?
The “wrong-way” dunes on Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, may be due to long timescale changes in their orbit ...
May 25, 2014
Food Inflation Soars to Highest Level Since 1980, With More Pain to Come, Producers Warn
Biden: Drivers Must Pay More for Gas ‘As Long as It Takes’ to End Russia War
Electric Vehicles Have ‘Embarrassing’ Number of Quality Issues Compared to Combustion Engines: 2022 Study
Over 40 Percent of Homes See Prices Drop in Multiple Local Housing Markets
Drugs With High Abuse Potential Six Times More Likely to Be Approved for Pain Medication, Study Finds
Chinese Leader Xi Arrives in Hong Kong for 25th Anniversary of Handover
Supreme Court Allows Biden Administration to End Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ Asylum Policy
Democratic Activists Buy Up Spanish-Language Media With Soros Funds to Win Latino Votes: Brazilian Journalist
Monthly Mortgage Payments for Typical Home Rise $800 Since January
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