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In America’s northeastern state of Maine, a miniature ecosystem battles alarming footprints of climate change. 

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Our Neolithic ancestors engineered their own ways of adapting to the climate change 8,200 years ago.

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Global warming is literally turning up the heat on your brain.

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Stem cell therapy, in which the patient receives his or her own cells, slips through the cracks of regulations.

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The development holds tremendous promise for patients with heart failure, the leading cause of deaths around the world.