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Salamanders shrink as they get warmer

Salamanders in the southern Appalachians appear to be changing their body size and getting smaller in response to global warming, according to a new study.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Is fear written all over your face?

Given a real fright, the blood can literally drain from a person’s face, leaving a white mask. For more subtle responses, scientists have used heat sensitive camera to detect ‘fear’.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Britain hotter than Greece or Turkey: Met Office

London - Britain was set to enjoy the warmest day of the year on Sunday, with temperatures hotter than in parts of Greece or Turkey, the Met Office said.Temperatures were forecast to hit 18 degrees Celsius (64 degrees Fahrenheit) in parts of England, making it ...
In the Media by AFP

Masked man James scores 61 against Bobcats

Miami's LeBron James, wearing a protective mask to shield his broken nose, plundered a career-high 61 points in the Heat's 124-107 victory over the Charlotte Bobcats on Monday.
In the Media by Reuters

Heat forward James out of Bulls game with broken nose

Miami Heat forward LeBron James was scratched from Sunday's home game against the Chicago Bulls because of a fractured nose, only the second game he has missed this season.
In the Media by Reuters

Nordic Combined: It's like the Summer Olympics, say sweaty athletes

More used to biting chill and snowy climes, Nordic Combined athletes sweated uncomfortably at ski jump training on Saturday as temperatures at the Sochi Winter Olympics hit a relatively ba...
In the Media by David Ljunggren (Reuters)

Limited playing time helps injury-hit Wade flourish for Heat

Ongoing knee injuries have been a source of frustration for Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade in recent years but a meticulous program of limiting his workload and playing time has made him an infl
In the Media by Mark Lamport-Stokes (Reuters)

Extreme heat halts play at Australian Open

Melbourne - Organisers suspended play at the Australian Open Thursday as temperatures hit 42 Celsius (107.6 Fahrenheit) on a third day of extreme heat, throwing the Grand Slam tournament into chaos.
In the Media by Talek Harris (AFP)

Record number of pull-outs as Open swelters

Melbourne - The heat-baked Australian Open has been hit by a record number of pull-outs, organisers said Wednesday, as temperatures hovered around 40 Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) for a second straight day.
In the Media by AFP

Murray fires heart attack warning over Aussie Open heat

Melbourne - Britain's Andy Murray said Australian Open organisers were risking a tragedy after players fainted and vomited in extreme temperatures on Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP
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