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Bizarre discovery shows bones could be triggering 'fight-or-flight' response
When faced with a threat, hormones flood our bodies in preparation either for battle or a quick escape — what's commonly known as the 'fight-or-flight' response.
Where you grew up, what you ate; your bones record your life
What’s on your plate? The answer doesn’t just matter for your next dinner — it’s an issue of critical importance to archaeologists, who can infer everything from individual diets to large-scale population movements based on the chemistry of an ancient bone sample.
‌Singapore Airlines bans lion bones in cargo
Singapore Airlines said Friday it has stopped accepting lion bones for cargo after the carrier was singled out in a report for transporting the animal parts from South Africa.
Smog may harm bones in older adults
Exposure to air pollution can increase the risk for osteoporosis and broken bones in older adults, a new US study suggested.
Yoghurt: Secret weapon against brittle bones
Pensioners who eat a daily pot of yoghurt slash their risk of suffering from brittle bone syndrome by half, according to new research.
Paleontologists discover a big concentration of mammoth bones
Over a month, scientists and students of Tomsk State University (Russia) conducted an excavation in the Novosibirsk Region at one of the largest mammoth graveyards in Eurasia.
Baby's early walking may mean stronger bones as teen
British scientists report that toddlers who can walk, run and jump by the time they are 18 months old may have stronger bones as teenagers.
Vitamin D3 helps child's growth
About 78 percent of Iranian children suffer from vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) deficiency, said Dr. Reza Shiari, a faculty member of Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences.
Skulls, bones found under Afghan presidential palace
Afghan officials say renovation works on the grounds of the presidential palace in Kabul have led to the uncovering of skulls belonging to two bodies.
Vitamin D supplements won't strengthen bones in older women
High doses of vitamin D do not appear to protect postmenopausal women from the dangers of osteoporosis, new research indicated.
US Senate Democratic leader breaks ribs, face bones
US Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid has broken some ribs and bones in his face as he was using an exercise machine.
Statins won't help protect bones
The cholesterol-lowering drugs known as statins have been touted by some as capable of reducing the risk for broken bones. But, it appears that's not the case, a new study finds.

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