Scientists say the slow down in global warming since 1998 can be explained by a natural cooling in part of the Pacific ocean.
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With a unique focus on methodology, Huck Institutes researchers studying rat behavior show that chronic, unpredictable stress during adolescence causes long-term changes in cognitive bias and coping response.