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Saving The Big Cats

TAMPA, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- If we’re not careful, lions and tigers could die out in our lifetime. The big cats are at the top of the food chain and without them, biologists warn other species could come under attack. So what can we do?

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Saving The Big Cats

Saving The Sea Turtles

BOCA RATON, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) --Sea turtles are one of the earth's oldest creatures. For millions of years they’ve thrived, but now they’re facing extinction. We tracked the turtles and found out it’s not too late to save them.

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Saving The Sea Turtles

Saving The Great Apes

ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) --The great apes are our closest genetic relatives. We share 97 percent of our DNA. But we’re also the biggest threat to their survival. Unless we act now, apes could become extinct within decades. Behind each great ape is a story. The woman behind them all is Patti Ragan.

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Saving The Great Apes

The Most Energy Efficient Building In America

DENVER (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Twenty-percent of the country’s energy is consumed in office building, and most of that is for lighting. Limiting how much energy an employee uses may sound a bit harsh but in a new federal building, built to be greener it’s working. It may be the most energy efficient building in the country.

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The Most Energy Efficient Building In America

Project Bud Burst

DENVER (Ivanhoe Newswire) --If the possibility of climate change has you concerned, you can help do research even if you are not a scientist. In fact, thousands of citizen-scientists are contributing just by watching their own backyard.

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Project Bud Burst

The Winning Bet: Large Losses, Big Wins

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Ivanhoe Newswire) --With just an Internet connection, online poker players can play whenever they want. The Internet is partly responsible for a huge increase in the number of poker players worldwide. But not everyone is winning, and most players are losing. Here are a few secrets behind online poker.

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The Winning Bet: Large Losses, Big Wins

Parkinson’s: Do Race Or Income Matter?

BALTIMORE (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Parkinson’s disease affects a million Americans and 10 million people around the world. But new research indicates how an individual fares with Parkinson’s is related to how they live.

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Parkinson’s: Do Race Or Income Matter?

Tracking Back Pain

ATLANTA (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Ever have a nagging pain in your back that just won’t go away? Twenty–six million Americans suffer from frequent back pain. It’s the leading cause of disability in Americans under 45. But sometimes, one of the biggest challenges is just figuring out where the pain is coming from. A new device could help doctors detect back pain right at the source.

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Tracking Back Pain

Regaining Strength After Stroke

WASHINGTON (Ivanhoe Newswire) --Each year, more than 795,000 Americans suffer a stroke. A severe stroke can rob a person of their ability to speak, and move. Recovery is a challenge for most, but there’s a new device that can help stroke survivors recover faster and better.

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Regaining Strength After Stroke

Detecting Autism Through The Eyes

PITTSBURGH (Ivanhoe Newswire) --A baby’s first birthday is a huge milestone usually marked with a party, presents, and home video. It’s also around this time that a parent may first start to suspect a child’s developmental delay may be the sign of something serious. Experts have a difficult time diagnosing an autism spectrum disorder before the age of two, but there’s one thing doctors can see earlier than ever before.

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Detecting Autism Through The Eyes

Pudgy Pooch & Fat Feline: There’s An App For That!

ITHACA, NY (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Do you have a pudgy pooch or a fat feline? Keeping your pet healthy is important, but many pet owners aren’t sure how much is too much to feed Fido, on top of keeping track of check-ups, vaccinations and flea and tick meds. We’ll tell you about a new way to track your pet’s health.

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Pudgy Pooch & Fat Feline: There’s An App For That!

Kitchen Chemistry

PHILADELPHIA (Ivanhoe Newswire) --What do Wolfgang Puck and Top Chef, Richard Blais have in common? These chefs put pizzazz on the dinner plate by using something called molecular gastronomy. It’s a fancy way of saying they’re using science in the kitchen.

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Kitchen Chemistry

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