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January 1, 2010

Over the past thirty years, the prevalence of nearsightedness in the United States has risen dramatically. (Jupiter Images)

People with Alzheimer’s disease get less cancer, nearsightedness is on the rise in the U.S., why the bones of the skull don’t become brittle, and how an ingredient in clown make-up could protect astronauts from radiation.


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