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Poor sleep habits increase the risk of fibromyalgia in women
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Skin regeneration is a matter of timing
The regenerative capacity of skin is regulated by the biological clock

Climate change could alter the face of the Iberian Peninsula
Rising CO2 levels could dramatically change the landscape of the Mediterranean mountains

Flu surveillance goes international
The UK Flusurvey will join a network of European countries to provide a comprehensive overview of seasonal flu

Senile dementia might not be curable
The inappropriate redefining of Alzheimer's disease could have hampered three decades of research

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I'm a little concerned that the term "potato shaped" is misleading. Potatoes are, if anything, usually prolate spheroids, and the Earth, as far as I am aware, is an oblate spheroid.

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Gnome-adic investigation into the Earth's gravity

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