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Trump Orders The Creation Of A 'Space Force' Military Branch

Trump announced the decision during a meeting of the National Space Council at the White House on Monday.

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2:05A loot box
Blizzard Entertainment

Video Game Loot Boxes Hook Players The Same Way Gambling Does

1:07A person is shown playing a video game
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WHO Says Playing Video Games Persistently Could Be Bad For Your Health

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Single Fathers Are At Higher Risk For Health Concerns

1:02Bottles of beer
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Federal Study On Alcohol To Be Canceled Due To Credibility Issues

2:39Hands pull a stretchy, self healing hydrogel.
2018 KAUST

3D Printing And Stretchable Skin Gel Could Change How We Heal Wounds

0:50Honey Smacks cereal
U.S. Food and Drug Administration

CDC: Multistate Salmonella Outbreak Linked To A Kellogg's Cereal

0:53Lion in South Africa
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Study Says Some Animals Are Becoming More Nocturnal To Avoid Humans

1:2720-year-olds in Japan take part in the annual Coming of Age Day
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Facing An Aging Population, Japan Lowers Its Legal Age Of Adulthood

1:27construction in Miami
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Coastal Real Estate Is Already Feeling The Costs Of Sea Level Rise

0:41Walgreens Pharmacy
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Walgreens Is The Target Of A New Opioid-Related Lawsuit

1:15An explosive is detonated at an A & G Coal Corporation surface mining operation.
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Interior Dept. Hasn't Sufficiently Explained Why It Nixed Coal Study

2:53A doctor holds an intrauterine device
Newsy / Andrew Shafer

How IUDs Became One Of Doctors' Top Contraceptive Choices

0:53Water drips from a faucet
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California Has New Water Laws, And They've Been Wildly Misinterpreted

0:55Pharmacy
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Study: Over One-Third Of Adults Take Meds Linked To Depression Risk

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Dream Jobs: Urban Farmer

1:33A tractor in a field of crops
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Just 100 Nuke Detonations Could Cause Worldwide Food Shortages

2:42Karrisa Mickelson of Iowa, 11, saved and raised money to get Daisy Anguiano, who is fighting cancer, an American Girl doll.
Nebraska Medicine

An 11-Year-Old Stranger Bought $115 Doll For Girl Fighting Rare Cancer

0:37OxyContin
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The Maker Of OxyContin Is The Target Of Yet Another Lawsuit

3:01Angelia Jolie, like many women, made the decision to undergo a preventive double mastectomy
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Pop Culture Is Influencing Women's Breast Cancer Decisions

0:47Sugar
CNN

Study: US Toddlers Are Getting Too Much Sugar Too Early

2:31A farmers market worker handing an apple to a customer
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Doctors Are Prescribing Food As Medicine

2:04A map of Earth with ocean floor features
Reto Stöckli, NASA Earth Observatory

Making A Detailed Map Of Earth's Oceans Is Harder Than It Looks

0:48Mixed melon
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

At Least 60 People Sick After Eating Potentially Contaminated Melon

0:58Pope Francis
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Pope Francis: 'There Is No Time To Lose' On Climate Action

0:35Flu shot
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CDC: The Past Flu Season Broke A Record For Pediatric Deaths

1:04Ikea logo
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Ikea Pledges To Stop Selling All Single-Use Plastic Products By 2020

0:43Coal power plant
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Carbon Dioxide Levels In The Atmosphere Hit Record High In 2018

1:12Crisis counseling phone
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Suicide Rates Are On The Rise In Most US States

2:12A miner handles coal in West Virginia
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Why Trump's Administration Made Coal Plants A National Security Issue

1:29The Curiosity rover
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

There's Still No Life On Mars — But The Odds Are Getting Better