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The devastating earthquake originated close to the surface, thus producing intense shaking
Making a bad situation that much worse
Oh, right, we can't
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Emerging research on hoarding classifies it as its own distinctive disorder, separate from OCD.
Large aftershocks continue to shake the region
Shaking loose recent memories
Catherine Snelson takes an explosive approach to gauging seismic risks in a fault-ridden city.
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New machine a significant step towards personalized genetic medicine
The only thing we can predict is where a "big one" could do the most damage
We actually can learn from the past