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3000-year-old sawn-off tooth may be the earliest evidence of horse dentistry

Three thousand years ago, a horse in Mongolia had a toothache that was probably making it—and its owner—miserable. So the owner tried to help, by attempting to saw the painful top off the offending in... read more

Highly religious people are less motivated by compassion than are non-believers

"The more religious, on the other hand, may ground their generosity less in emotion ... systematic studies," Saslow said. In the first experiment, researchers analyzed data from a 2004 national survey ... read more

Primitive fossil bear with a sweet tooth identified from Canada's High Arctic

The scientists identify the bear as Protarctos abstrusus, which was previously only known from a tooth found ... "This is evidence of the most northerly record for primitive bears, and provides an ide... read more

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How Ancient Beekeepers Made Israel the Land of (Milk and) Honey: Imported Bees

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Trying natural ways for pearly whites? Research first

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Anthropologists Slam Using Social Scientists in Mideast Wars

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