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Op-Ed: Delisting Wolves From the ESA Ignores Science and Data

8 months ago by Ean Thomas Tafoya
Our destiny will be the same as the wolves.
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Sex Science

13 years ago by Mark Dragotta
Polyester might not wrinkle like its natural-fabric cousins, but neither will this disco child get you laid. Well, actually, it won't get rats laid. In Mary Roach's new book, Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex, you'll learn about the Egyptian doctor who dressed vermin in little underpants for...
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Blinded by Science

21 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
When Barbies are outlawed, only outlaws will have Barbies. Life in Boulder isn't all fun and games these days -- although you might think otherwise, considering how much time the Boulder Valley School Board has spent playing with dolls. The games began when a precocious eight-year-old set up her exhibit...
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Colorado's Bad COVID-19 Data Gets Worse

10 months ago by Michael Roberts
Nearly 24,000 new cases have been reported in five weeks.
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Sex Ed: Colorado Schools Behind National Average in 9 of 10 Categories

6 years ago by Michael Roberts
Last week, we noted the defeat of an IUD bill in the Colorado legislature, along with statistics about how Colorado stacked up with other states when it comes to teen pregnancy. This topic got us to thinking about the topic of sex education — and judging by 2012 statistics from...

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