A new study shows that any living critters hanging out on the Red Planet are probably taking refuge just below the surface.
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A new investigation finds that invasive lobular carcinoma patients are more likely to suffer from delayed detection and worse survival rates.
And it’s only getting worse.
That’s definitely one approach for eradicating an invasive species.
The evidence has been in front of us the whole time!
The Orion Nebula has never looked this good before.
And it only took 600 hours of observations to find it.
Time for a name change?
We might one day pick these stamp-sized stickers up at the pharmacy and send the data to the doctor’s office with a simple app on the phone.
Early predictions show “over 88 percent of the world’s population” lives in the potential landing zone.