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Boston Family Is Fundraising for Treatment for Son, 2, Who Has Rare Disease: 'Terror and Grief'
Henry Saladino suffers from Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood (AHC), a rare degenerative neurological disorder that causes life-threatening seizures, paralysis and breathing difficulties
U.S. Astronaut and Russian Cosmonauts Return to Earth Together as War in Ukraine Continues
"We are one crew," Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov said in a live broadcast prior to their departure from the International Space Station
Rare 207-Year-Old Whaling Shipwreck Found in the Gulf of Mexico: 'Critical Discovery'
The newly discovered remains of the Industry will help illuminate the stories of the Black and Native American crew members who worked aboard
Girl, 10, Born Without Arms Used to Eat Lunch Alone — Now a New Invention Lets Her Eat With Friends
A robotic meal assistant created by Jon Dekar enables 10-year-old Tenley Stoker to eat with independence and dignity
12,000-Year-Old Mammoth Tooth Found by Fisherman Auctioned Off to Help Ukraine amid Invasion
"Obviously, I can't solve the world's problems as a fisherman. But I can contribute to help the people that are suffering," said Tim Rider, the fisherman who discovered the tooth
Pete Davidson Is Going to Space on Blue Origin's 20th Mission After Dining with Jeff Bezos
Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson is among six astronauts embarking on Blue Origin's 20th mission to space next week, after he attended a dinner party at Jeff Bezos' Los Angeles home
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2 Billion Genetically Altered Mosquitoes Will Be Released in Fla. and Calif. to Fight Disease
The study has faced backlash, with some environmental advocacy groups criticizing both the purpose and methodology
Amazon Rainforest, 'The Planet's Lungs,' Approaches an Alarming 'Tipping Point': Study
"If too much resilience is lost, dieback may become inevitable," said a co-author of the new study, which found that 75% of the Amazon rainforest has suffered signs of loss
Rare, Menacing-Looking Deep Sea Fish With Needle Sharp Teeth Washes Up on California Beach

Pacific footballfish live 2,000 to 3,300 feet in the ocean where there is no sunlight, making the creature's appearance on a California beach especially surprising