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Stuff Your Face

PHILADELPHIA (Ivanhoe Broadcast News) -- Ah, summertime grilling, where one hotdog turns into a craving for seconds ... and thirds ... and ... 36 hot dogs in 12 minutes without getting sick?! It's enough to gross out most of us, but competitive eating isn't for everyone. It takes a rare breed, like "Humble" Bob Shoudt, to want to gorge on food.

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Stuff Your Face

Wasps: Man's New Best Friend?

ATHENS, Ga. (Ivanhoe Broadcast News) -- Wasps are not man's best friend -- probably their worst. But when it comes to sniffing out trouble, scientists believe they may be better than dogs.

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Wasps: Man's New Best Friend?
On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!

ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Broadcast News) -- To get from one place to another, we walk or run without thinking much about why. But these two engineers did wonder why humans move the way we do.

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On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!

Doggy Genes

ROCKVILLE, Md. (Ivanhoe Broadcast News) -- We may be more like dogs than we think. Now, a complete map of dog genes not only helps explain what gives dogs their unique set of traits, behaviors, and diseases -- it could help identify human diseases, too.

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Doggy Genes

Summer Forecast: La Niņa

CAMP SPRINGS, Md. (Ivanhoe Broadcast News) -- Batten down the hatches! Forecasters are warning of another powerful hurricane season.

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Summer Forecast: La Niņa

Drunk and Behind the Wheel

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Ivanhoe Broadcast News) -- Each year, 17,000 people are killed because someone drove while drunk or on drugs, and 1.4 million Americans are arrested for driving under the influence. Some just get a ticket or lose their license. Others end up with more serious consequences. Now a high-tech go-cart may help put the brakes on impaired drivers.

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Drunk and Behind the Wheel

Uncovering Mysteries of the Sea

ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Broadcast News) -- Two scientists believe they've solved a mystery that's defied explanation for more than 400 years. The phenomenon known as milky seas, once thought to be folklore, may be real.

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Uncovering Mysteries of the Sea

Cleaning Up Our Beaches

PALO ALTO, Calif. (Ivanhoe Broadcast News) -- Some scientists say they can predict when beach pollution will be the worst by monitoring the moon. And that could mean safer beaches for people all over the world.

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Cleaning Up Our Beaches

Sounds From the Sea

SEATTLE (Ivanhoe Broadcast News) -- What do boats, whales and rainfall sound like from underneath the surface of the sea? How does it affect everything that lives down there?

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Sounds From the Sea

Robot Walks on Water

PITTSBURGH (Ivanhoe Broadcast News) -- Nature inspires many things, from fashion to perfume to furniture. Now, technology gets a little inspiration.

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Robot Walks on Water

Surviving Heart Failure

HOUSTON (Ivanhoe Broadcast News) -- This year, 300,000 people will die from chronic heart failure. But researchers are hoping novel new therapies can help bring those numbers down. Next, on discovery and breakthroughs, see how the human body can actually be tricked into healing a failing heart.

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Surviving Heart Failure

Cheaper Drugs

ITHACA, N.Y. (Ivanhoe Broadcast News) -- As we all know, pharmaceuticals are not cheap. Part of the reason is developing the right formula is a process that can cost over a billion dollars. This biomedical engineer at Cornell University found a way that could revolutionize the way drugs are tested -- and help make them cheaper.

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Cheaper Drugs

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