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North American Newt & Salamander Populations Are Being Threatened By A Horrifying Flesh-Eating Fungus

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While Americans worry about catching Ebola, the newts and salamanders are worried about something else entirely!

Whether or not these amphibians know it, a deadly fungus is headed for the states, and it could devastate their populations!

University of Maryland researcher Carly Muletz explained:

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Paralyzed Man Walks Again After Nerve Cell Transplant! Cells Used For SMELLING Reconnected His Spine?!

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This is so incredible!! Way to go, science!

A paralyzed man was able to walk again after doctors performed an amazing procedure.

Doctors took olfactory cells (scent smelling cells) and transplanted them into the patient's spinal cord. The patient was paralyzed from the chest down after a knife attack severed his spine.

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Whoa! Student Designs Jewelry That Turns Your Body Into A Power Source So You Can Charge Your Phone!

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This is definitely a little creepy!

An Israeli student named Naomi Kizhner has set out to solve the problem of ever-depleting battery life — by turning your body into a power source!

She designed three products as a part of her "Energy Addicts" project that can potentially do just that: The Blinker, The E-pulse Conductor, and The Blood Bridge.

And while The Blinker seems to be a pretty non-invasive piece that can collect energy from your blinks, The Blood Bridge actually has to be inserted into the wearers veins so that the blood flow can spin a wheel.

Are you grossed out yet? You're supposed to be! According to Naomi:

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Binge Drinking Can Permanently Alter Your Genes! Find Out How Hitting The Bottle Hard Can Change Your DNA Forever!

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Uh-oh, this new information about binge drinking is seriously scary!

Researchers from the University of Missouri have concluded that drinking to excess can change your genes FOREVER.

Scientists have discovered that binge drinking messes up

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Canadian Hospital Restores Blind Man's Sight With Bionic Eye!! The Future Is Here!!

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Ian Nichols, 76, has been blind for about 20 years due to a degenerative eye condition.

It's called retinitis pigmentosa and because of it, he knows what it's like to hold his grandchildren, but he's never seen them as they've grown.

Until now that is!!

Thanks to a Toronto hospital doing a study, Ian was able to get a "bionic eye!"

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Scientists Have Found A Way To Give Prosthetic Limbs A Sense Of Touch! This Is Great News For Amputees!

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Wow, this is great news!

Scientists in Cleveland have discovered a way to provide prosthetics a sense of touch, which is wonderful news for amputees.

[Science Gives Us Ice Cream That Changes Color As You Eat It! ]

The way it works is this: scientists plant electrodes around three main nerves in the test subjects' arm stumps and then a machine

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Wondering What George Clooney's Film Tomorrowland Is About? According To The Creators, It's The Harry Potter For Science!

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Science + Harry Potter = Tomorrowland? Count us in!

George Clooney's latest movie, inspired by the famous section of Disney parks, is reportedly the Harry Potter of science!

Which makes it sound SUPER cool!

The sci-fi/fantasy adventure, which is the brain child of director Brad Bird, who wrote the movie with Damon Lindelof, sounds like it's going to be one heck of a film!

Damon revealed why they believe the film captures a Harry Potter-like mysticism!

He said:

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