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Sheep-Human Hybrids Made in Lab—Get the Facts

Building on a controversial breakthrough made in 2017, scientists announced on Saturday that they have created the second successful human-animal hybrids: sheep embryos that are are 0.01-percent human by cell count. The embryos, which were not allowed to develop past 28 days of age, move researchers a small step closer to perhaps growing human organs for medical transplant.   Read

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Walgreens faces boycott over transgender-inclusive restroom policy

Just as Target did two years ago, Walgreens now is facing the wrath of social conservatives for adopting a policy earlier allowing transgender people to use the restroom corresponding to the gender with which they identify. One Million Moms, an activist arm of the American Family Association, has launched a petition demanding that the company reverse its decision on transgender

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They will soar on wings like Eagles..

The Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles became known this year as one of the most spiritual teams in the league, with group baptisms, team Bible studies and group accountability. In March, tight end Zach Ertz committed his life to Christ. “I was baptized in March, got married the next day. Our marriage has been built on that foundation from the

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The Not-So-Nutty Habits of Squirrels

The squirrel family (Sciuridae) is quite extensive, including species such as chipmunks, flying squirrels, and ground squirrels (among them woodchucks and prairie dogs). Squirrels live on almost every continent in the world and come in many sizes and colors. Red and gray squirrels are common in the United States. Some states have black squirrels, and Brevard, North Carolina, is famous

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