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Patching Up Wounded Puppies

CORVALLIS, OR (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- If your family dog got hurt, how much are you willing to spend to fix Fido? Consider that Americans will spend 47 billion dollars on their pets this year, and the answer is obvious. Now, some new science is proving that surgery doesn’t have to be the first option.

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Patching Up Wounded Puppies

Cooling Bodies, Saving Brains

LAS VEGAS, NV (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- four out of every one thousand babies born today will suffer brain damage. Now doctors are using a special blanket to help these babies reduce their chances of developing a lifetime of disabilities.

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Cooling Bodies, Saving Brains

Waking Up Brains After Stroke

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- It strikes 800 thousand people every year and is the leading cause of long-term disability in the U.S. Ninety-five-percent of stroke survivors struggle to move their arms or hands after an attack. Now researchers are hoping to wake up hands by stimulating sleepy brain cells.

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Waking Up Brains After Stroke

The Key To Saving Cyclists

BOZEMAN, MT (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Every nine minutes a pedestrian or cyclist is injured or killed on the road hit by a passing motorist who either didn't see them or wasn't paying attention.

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The Key To Saving Cyclists

Submerged In Oil

Monterey, CA (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- The massive leak in the gulf is sealed shut, now the focus is on the oil left behind. How much is there left to clean up? That’s the question. Science is helping to figure out just how much is left behind and how dangerous it is.

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Submerged In Oil

New Spin On Tornadoes

ATLANTA, GA (Ivanhoe newswire) -- Even before the devastation of hurricane Katrina, climatologists say since the 1990s, gulf hurricanes have been getting bigger and more powerful. We know that puts coastal residents at risk, but it can also increase the threat of devastating tornadoes hundreds of miles from where gulf hurricanes come ashore.

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New Spin On Tornadoes

Digging For Earthquakes

MADISON, WI (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Earthquakes happen around the world every day. There’s a lot known about earthquakes, but scientists still have unanswered questions, especially about quake zones lying underwater that could cause devastating tsunamis.

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Digging For Earthquakes

New Roofs Put Money In Your Pocket

OAK RIDGE, TN (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- a roof over your head, it's what everyone wants. But for the money-conscious and green-minded, that means the latest, most energy efficient roof.

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New Roofs Put Money In Your Pocket

Smaller, Lighter, Faster Gadgets

OAK RIDGE, TN (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- From our computers, to our cell phones, every day we rely on machines. Now scientists have developed special foam to make our gadgets smaller, lighter, and more energy efficient.

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Smaller, Lighter, Faster Gadgets

3D Video Games Go Inside The Body

WASHINGTON, DC (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Parents who have a hard time getting their teenagers off the computer and away from video games, now might want to allow for more time to play games.

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3D Video Games Go Inside The Body

Animated Tutors: Making The Grade

SANTA CRUZ, CA (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- It's back to school and back to the books, but this isn't the classroom that you remember. Students and even teachers are going hi-tech to make the grade.

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Animated Tutors: Making The Grade

Mathemagic!

ATLANTA, GA (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- What do you think of when you think of mathematics? Numbers? Equations? How about magic? It turns out that the basic principals of mathematics can make for some pretty impressive card tricks, where the hand and the math is quicker than the eye.

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Mathemagic!

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