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Mammoth-Belch Deficit Caused Prehistoric Cooling?

Anne Casselman National Geographic When mammoths and other Ice Age “megafauna” disappeared from the Americas about 12,800 years ago, the animals took with them their planet-warming burps—spurring the mysterious cooling period known as the Younger Dryas, a new study says. … Continue reading

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Born To Rage?

Explorer National Geographic Ex-punk rocker Henry Rollins is on a mission to figure out why many have struggled with feelings of aggression their entire lives. Related: Influence of Parenting Styles and Bullying Experiences on a Child’s Mental Health

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Science of Babies

National Geographic Explore the remarkable plasticity of a baby’s brain and see how early experiences influence human development.

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How to Build a Beating Heart

Explorer National Geographic Scientists are using tissue engineering to harness the body’s natural powers to grow skin, muscle, body parts and vital organs, even hearts.

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Drugs Inc.: Heroin

National Geographic Follow this dangerous drug as it begins in a remote Afghan heroin lab and witness a police raid on a heroin distribution network.

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