Move along alien hunters, there's now even more evidence to show that a skeleton once rumored to be of extraterrestrial origin actually belonged to a human fetus. But more than that, scientists are now able to say why the mysteriously-shaped skeleton looked the way it did.
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Regional News from Stanford University - South America
Sound waves generated by burbling lakes of lava atop some volcanoes could provide advance warning to people who live near active volcanoes.
Frances Stock, MD, is the lone pediatric oncologist in her city of Merida, Venezuela, where she cares for about 1,000 patients, some of whom travel by burro on dirt roads for treatment. She earns the equivalent of $18 a month for her work at a government-run hospital, sometimes paying for medications herself for her young patients, most of whom are very poor.