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  1. Observations of Europa by the Hubble Space Telescope suggest that the moon’s ice-covered ocean may hold sodium chloride, or common table salt.
  2. Antibiotic pollution can fuel drug resistance in microbes. A global survey of rivers finds unsafe levels of antibiotics in 16 percent of sites.
  3. Older stars, like the sun, can still send out massive bursts of energy that can be seen from light-years away.
  4. Learning a little about lice makes for a more efficient battle against the bugs.
  5. Yesterday’s DDT pollution crisis is still today’s problem in some of Canada’s lakes.
  6. The United States has finally unveiled its new, highly touted weather prediction model, but some scientists worry that it’s not ready for prime time.
  7. Cannabis may have been altering minds at an ancient high-altitude cemetery, researchers say
  8. In the United States, bats are mostly to blame for rabies deaths, while rabies transmitted by overseas dogs comes in second.
  9. Astronomers think they’ve identified a galaxy that hit the Milky Way and ruffled its edges millions of years ago.
  10. Two people born with six fingers on each hand can control the extra digit, using it to do tasks better than five-fingered hands, a study finds.
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