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Prevalences in Males and Females

Prevalences in Males and Females
This figure (2) shows the prevalence of normal blood pressure, prehypertension, and hypertension in males (L) and females (R).

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Symptom-Entering and Tremor-Analysis Screens of the Tremor App

Symptom-Entering and Tremor-Analysis Screens of the Tremor App
This is the symptom-entering screen of the Tremor app.

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Angry Face

Angry Face
The anger face is a constellation of features, each of which makes a person appear physically stronger.

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Cold Dense Solar Material

Cold Dense Solar Material
A filament of cold dense solar material moved toward the front of a Jan. 20, 2005, coronal mass ejection, which led to an unusually large amount of solar material funneling into near-Earth space ...

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A Coronal Mass Ejection on Jan. 20, 2005

A Coronal Mass Ejection on Jan. 20, 2005
A coronal mass ejection on Jan. 20, 2005, produced an extreme amount of solar particles, seen as white static in this imagery from ESA/NASA's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory. Closer to Earth, it ...

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Satellite Sees a Hyperactive Tropical Atlantic

Satellite Sees a Hyperactive Tropical Atlantic
Although there's only one formed tropical cyclone in the Atlantic: Hurricane Cristobal, there are three other developing areas of low pressure and all were captured in this panoramic image from NOAA's...

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Falling Chukar Chick

Falling Chukar Chick
A nine day-old chukar chick is righting itself using asymmetric wing flapping and rolling after being dropped upside down.

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Nao Robot Setup

Nao Robot Setup
This image shows the Nao robot in the experimental set-up, from the child subject's perspective.

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Child and Nao Robot

Child and Nao Robot
This is a representation of the "copycat game" interaction between the child subject and the Nao robot.

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Scuba Divers Conduct Pupfish Research

Scuba Divers Conduct Pupfish Research
Scuba divers conduct fish research at Devils Hole, an isolated geothermal water-filled limestone cavern in the Nevada desert. The aquifer-fed pool in the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, a ...

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