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news, latest-news, An Illawarra man jailed for nearly three years over a series of horrific assaults on his baby daughter can expect to have more time added to his prison term when he faces sentencing this week for bashing and choking the child’s mother. The man, who cannot be named in order to protect the …

A Kentucky nurse says her bout with the coronavirus was so bad it made her feel like her “bones were breaking,” according to a report. Meghan Harpole, a 43-year-old assistant nurse manager, said she came down in late March with a series of excruciating symptoms that made her question whether she would beat the virus, …

Hundreds of mammoth bones found at a site in Russia were once used by hunter-gatherers to build a massive structure 25,000 years ago. A fossil of an ancient rudist clam called Torreites sanchezi revealed that Earth’s days lasted 23.5 hours 70 million years ago. This is an artist’s impression of dinosaurs on prehistoric mudflat in …

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EVOLUTION HAS NO foresight. But occasionally it flukes something ideally suited to develop into something else. Biologists call this preadaptation, and it seems to explain the existence of three small bones, known as ossicles, that are found in the ears of mammals. Ossicles evolved from jaw bones, and the fossil evidence indicates this happened three …

CLAYTON — A Florissant father found guilty this summer of breaking 30 bones in his 6-week-old son’s body was sentenced Friday to seven years in prison. Circuit Judge Ellen “Nellie” Ribaudo sentenced Brian Graves, 31, to concurrent seven-year terms for two convictions of felony child abuse. A St. Louis County jury in June found Graves …

Image copyright PA Media Image caption In experiments, researchers removed skin from stored bones to match cut marks found on bone fragments Scientists in Israel say they have found evidence that early humans deliberately stored bones from animals to eat the fatty marrow later. It is the earliest evidence that humans living between 200,000 and …

Credit: CC0 Public Domain A team of University of Colorado Boulder anthropologists is out to change the way that scientists study old bones damage-free. If that sounds like a macabre goal, consider this: Bits of well-preserved bones are valuable to researchers studying humans who lived thousands to hundreds of thousands of years ago. These samples …

A team of University of Colorado Boulder anthropologists is out to change the way that scientists study old bones damage-free. If that sounds like a macabre goal, consider this: Bits of well-preserved bones are valuable to researchers studying humans who lived thousands to hundreds of thousands of years ago. These samples sometimes contain collagen, a …

Apples are one of the staple fruits. That is they are nearly always available, and we don't usually consider them exotic in the same way we might say a mango or a lychee. Apples are a unique fruit. The combination of the particular nutrients found in apples work together producing something that cannot be replicated. …