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Rains have been so heavy in the Pacific Northwest, that the state flower of Oregon has been changed - to kelp.
A global study reveals that US students are extremely weak in math. The research shows that most teenagers can't even count their blessings. The good news is, at least they're assured a job with the National Park Service.
The Environmental Protection Agency has announced new, stricter air quality standards. When the air reaches a density deemed to be harmful to health, officials will attach a warning sign to it.
Doctors say strep throat can trigger obsessive behavior in children, causing them to do things like continuously wash their hands, clean their rooms or even comb their hair. Apparently, this is a rare affliction.
Young people are taking a new designer drug that causes a brief sense of euphoria, followed by a lapse into a coma. Boys, if you want THAT feeling... just get married...
Major airlines say they were defrauded by a caterer. Instead of in-flight meals, he delivered trays of fresh, tasty, edible food.
Researchers say estrogen can dramatically improve the memories of women. They hope it can do the same for men, but caution that male patients who take estrogen will probably only remember to leave the toilet seat down.
And finally, a new discovery of a human jaw and some tools sheds new light on early man. Although man's jaw has evolved, his obsession with tools has not.