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The 2019 Hurricane Season Will Be 'Near Normal.' But Normal Can Still Be Devastating via
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Videos: Surreal-Looking Sea Dragons Come to SoCal Aquarium
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It's ! 🐢🐢🐢 Check out our episode about western pond turtles being released into Mountain Lake.
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Since The 1960s, Researchers Track Perry Preschool Project Participants via
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Fire Officials: Trump Administration Owes California $9.2M, Dispute Could Affect Response Times
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How mental health checks may help restaurant workers temper destructive stress via
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KQEDscience May 22
Let us introduce you to a couple of your closest friends: face mites that live in your skin. Our latest episode is all about how these guys get cozy in your pores and feed on your face oil.
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KQEDscience May 22
Here’s How We Now Know a 3-Million-Year-Old Mouse Had Red Fur
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KQEDscience May 22
So, you might have face mites. But these houseguests are polite - our latest is all about how they feed on your face oil.
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KQEDscience May 22
Four Days in May: Mount Lassen Erupted 104 Years Ago
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KQEDscience May 22
Bay Area Experiences Wettest May in 20 Years
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KQEDscience May 22
News Brief: Impeaching Trump, Iran Threat, CRSPR Modified Viruses via
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KQEDscience May 22
Scientists Modify Viruses With CRISPR To Create New Weapon Against Superbugs via
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KQEDscience May 22
Computerized Model Reveals Details Of How Human Cells Divide via
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KQEDscience May 21
Don’t panic, but you almost certainly have face mites. In our latest , learn about how these visitors feed on your skin’s sebum, and maybe also have sex on your face.
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KQEDscience May 21
From Edibles to Pot-Packed Human Waste, Why Bay Area Dogs Are Getting So High
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KQEDscience May 21
If you’re ever feeling lonely, just remember that you currently have at least a few face mites hanging out in your pores right now. Our latest is all about these tiny guests, and how they feed on the sebum your skin produces.
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KQEDscience May 21
Can CBD Reduce Cravings And Stress In Opioid Users? via
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KQEDscience May 21
Hey, I think there’s something on your face? Our latest is all about the face mites that live in your pores and eat your skin’s oil.
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KQEDscience May 21
The Half Dome Lottery System Was Supposed to Make the Hike Safer. This Study Says it Hasn’t
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