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Penn physician David Casarett has written a fascinating book on reviving the recently dead:
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This map shows you just how miserable weather is around the globe right now
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Series of cosmic GIFs inspired by Carl Sagan's famous phrase, "we are made of starstuff."
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Want to be revived after accidental death? Doctor says: try to die in Pittsburgh. Seriously.… @billpeduto
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