The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Requiem for Baiji, SOS for cousins
Baiji, the Goddess of the Yangtze, is believed to be extinct. An intensive six-week search by experts in late 2006 failed to find any trace of the dolphin in its riverine habitat in China. And while a scientist claimed to have seen a Baiji last week in central China, the sighting has not been offici...  | Read.. 
Shot in the arm
Multiple sclerosis is one of the most dreaded diseases today. It typically affects men and women between 20 and 40. The classic early symptoms are sti ...  | Read.. 
Dark side of the universe
We will conclude this series with a description of what most people consider to be the deepest mystery in theoretical physics today. Cosmological obse ...  | Read.. 
Old is beautiful
The earliest evidence of orchids shows that the plants may have coexisted with the dinosaurs. Scientists have been able to calculate the age of the or ...  | Read.. 
Myth shatters, as metal turns into glass
Legendary US golfer Tiger Woods may not know Srikanth Sastry. The same may be true of reigning tennis queen Maria Sharapova. But in future, the chance ...  | Read.. 
Requiem for Baiji, SOS for cousins
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Carpal tunnel syndrome
Everyone worries about his or her health. Today, cancers and heart attacks are commonplace and randomly strike friends and relatives. Anyone who sudde ...  | Read..  
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